Tasmania Attractions


Dismal Swamp
Enjoy Tasmanian food and wine in the café or on the deck overlooking the forest treetops, before or after your journey below. See the enormity and depth of the sinkhole and swamp from the cantilever, suspended off the sinkhole rim at the edge of the deck.
Approx 30 minute drive west of Smithton.


Tahune Forest AirWalk
This 597m walk amongst the trees gets you 20m above the ground. The highlight is the cantilever that is 48m above the river level, providing fantastic views of the forests and the junction of the Picton and Huon Rivers.
Approx 1 hours drive South of Hobart.


Freycinet National Park
Freycinet National Park offers a wide variety of activities. Take a walk to the pass overlooking the perfectly shaped Wineglass Bay or try less strenuous activities like beach strolls, swimming or wildlife spotting.
Approx 2 hours from Hobart or Launceston on the East Coast


Port Arthur
The Port Arthur Region represents an amazing combination of history, heritage, magnificent scenery, fine food and wine, plus a range of fascinating attractions and activities. There’s so much to do, you will need to allow at least two days in the region. Approx 1½ hours east of Hobart

Cradle Mountain
Cradle Mountain forms the northern end of the wild Cradle Mt - Lake St Clair National Park, itself a part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The jagged contours of Cradle Mountain epitomise the feel of a wild landscape
Approx 1½ hours west of Launceston


Gordon River Cruise
The ancient, mirror like waters of the Gordon River meander down from their source in the Central Highlands, through a breathtaking World Heritage rivers cape of temperate rainforest and mountain crag, to the river mouth of Macquarie Harbour.
Cruises Depart from Strahan.


Stanley Nut
Over looking the township of Stanley, "The Nut" is a huge flat-topped circular headland that dominates the town. It’s 152 metres high, with a path and a chairlift to the top
Approx 2 hours west of Devonport



Seahorse World
Seahorse World provides a unique insight into the mystical, intriguing and lovable seahorse from birth, in a working farm. When touring the working aquarium you will be accompanied by informative guides providing an educational experience.
Beauty Point in Approx 40 Minutes North of Launceston.

Beaconsfield Gold
Beaconsfield Gold is a listed gold producer tapping into one of Australia's richest gold veins.
Beaconsfield Gold offers excellent exposure to gold and growth prospects through its highly prospective exploration programmes in Tasmania and Victoria.


Platypus House
Beautiful, majestic, mysterious and darn right odd are possible descriptions of the platypus. Located at Beauty Point in the Tamar Valley, just 40 Minutes from Launceston and next to the Seahorse World.




Grindelwald
Modelled on a traditional Swiss Village, Grindelwald is just a few kilometres off the highway and is another must see. The village includes a world class resort, a small shopping village, restaurants and a 9 hole good quality golf course.
Approx 20 Minutes North Of Launceston


Mt Field National Park
This historic and beautiful national park has spectacular glaciated landscapes, some of the worlds tallest eucalypt forests and a network of excellent walking tracks, from overnight alpine walks to the sealed five minute wheelchair-accessible walk to Russell Falls, one of Tasmanias best-known attractions.


Mole Creek Caves
The Mole Creek area is renowned for its caves. Marakoopa and King Solomons Caves are but two caves in an area that contains over 300 known caves and sinkholes. Other typical karst features in this area include gorges and large underground streams and springs.
Approx 1 hours West of Launceston.



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