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Tasmania is Australia’s island state. It’s rich colonial history is displayed in the buildings around Hobart and many small villages where this history is preserved in their streetscapes. Tasmania’s diverse topography ranges from the remote, unspoilt wilderness of the West Coast to the more benign coast and rainforests of the East. The alpine peaks of Cradle Mountain at the centre of Tasmania are popular for summer bushwalking and winter snow skiing. Tasmanian orchards, market gardens, farms and the fishing industry produce a tantalising array of fresh food.
Main attractions and events in Tasmania
Cruise the scenic Cataract Gorge in the centre of Launceston
Enjoy the abundance of wildlife including the Tasmanian Devil
Visit our beautiful islands including Flinders Island, King Island and Bruny Island
Fabulous fishing resulting in wonderful seafood including crayfish and abalone
Explore the convict history at Richmond, Port Arthur Penal Colony and Port Arthur Village
Have your camera ready for the pristine rivers, lakes, wilderness and secluded beaches
Climb the magnificent Mount Wellington, a stunning backdrop to the city of Hobart
Trek through the wilderness village of the Gordon River, Cradle Mountain, Freycinet National Park and Hazard Mountains
View the Aurora Australis
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Tasmania has four distinct seasons. Summers are mild with an average temperature of 23 degrees celsius. Winters can be cold averaging 11 degrees celcius.
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Arriving by Air
Hobart International Airport is situated 17 km from the city. A shuttle bus service operates
Launceston airport has a shuttle bus service to the city and surround suburbs
Ferry from the Mainland
The Spirit of Tasmania passenger and car ferry operates between Melbourne and Devonport (Tasmania), sailing from both locations most nights and some days during peak periods
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