TASMANIA is an island at the edge of the world – a natural paradise … small in size yet big on experiences. The spotlight is on Hobart – the capital city with lots of charm & character. Hobart boasts such amazing adventures including the Museum of old & new Art, long lunches by the waterfront, shopping at the Salamanca Markets, and not-to-be-missed day trips to Port Arthur and Bruny Island.
For Tasmania attractions beyond Hobart, expect wilderness and wildlife at a gentle pace, cruise majestic rivers, walk along pristine deserted beaches or savour inspiring views. Think Mount Field National Park, Strahan, Cradle Mountain, the Tarkine Wilderness and Freycinet to name a few. Enjoy the flavours of these small cities and towns, fine food and wine, produce renowned the world over as fresh and local. Tasmania is a place to wander at a slow-place as there is much to see and enjoy at every turn.
World Heritage listings are big in Tasmania. The state boasts close to a fifth of the total area as the Tasmania Wilderness World Heritage area. This primarily consists of 6 National Parks. There are also 5 convict sites recognised as World Heritage, the most famous of course is Port Arthur.
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