Tasmania GuideTasmania is Australia's smallest and only island state with a population of roughly 500,000 people. It enjoys a unique lifestyle and is internationally renowned for its beautiful landscapes and pristine environment - approximately one quarter of the state is classed as a wilderness area. HotelsFind hotels in Hobart, Strahan, Port Arthur, Bruny Island and more.
Popular in TasmaniaHobartHobart is the capital city of the Australian state of Tasmania, as well as Australia's second oldest city after Sydney. StrahanStrahan is located on Tasmania's west coast at Long Bay at the northern end of Macquarie Harbour. Port ArthurPort Arthur is a small town and former penal settlement on the Tasman Peninsula in Tasmania, the island state of Australia.
In TasmaniaSoutheast TasmaniaSoutheast Tasmania is often an alternative name for Hobart and Surrounds in Tasmania in Australia. Northeast TasmaniaNortheast Tasmania is a region of Tasmania in Australia. Northeast Tasmania is a great place to visit for a few days. North West CoastNorth West Coast is in Tasmania in Australia. One of the joys of north west Tasmania is to take the time to drive the secondary roads of the region and appreciate the natural beauty you will find. East CoastEast Coast is a region in Tasmania, Australia. QueenstownQueenstown is an an old mining town in Western Tasmania, that has been recognised by the National Trust as a historic town. DevonportDevonport is the third largest city in the state of Tasmania, Australia. Often referred to as the gateway to Tasmania, being the arrival port of the daily Bass Strait ferry service from the mainland. One week in Eastern TasmaniaThis is a one week itinerary for the eastern coast of Tasmania. Tasmania differs from the Australian mainland both in terms of environment and culture. LauncestonLaunceston is the second-largest city in Tasmania and is situated in the north of the state on the Tamar River. Bass Strait IslandsThe Bass Strait Islands consist of two island groups lying between the Australian states of Victoria and Tasmania. Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National ParkCradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is located in the Central Highlands of Tasmania, the island state of Australia. BurnieBurnie is the fourth largest city in Tasmania, Australia, with a population around 20,000. RichmondRichmond is a sizeable historic village in the south-west of the Australian state of Tasmania. RossRoss is a small historic town in the centre of the Australian state of Tasmania, 120 km north of Hobart and 80 km south of Launceston. Mt Field National ParkMt Field National Park is a national park in Tasmania. This is a relatively easy walk and the scenery is very attractive. StanleyStanley is located in the north western part of Tasmania in Australia. According to the 2006 census, Stanley had a population of 458. Beauty PointBeauty Point is a town in Northern Tasmania. Beauty Point is near the Northern Coast of Tasmania on the west of the Tamar. Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National ParkFranklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park is in Tasmania, Australia. The Franklin Gordon Wild Rivers National Park is a part of the South West Tasmania World Heritage area. SwanseaSwansea is a coastal town in Tasmania. PenguinPenguin is a small village in northern Tasmania. It was named after the little penguins that used to wander around its beaches.
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