Tasmania is an island state of Australia, located to the south east of the mainland. It is the smallest state in Australia by both size and population.
Popular destinations: Hobart, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and Bruny Island

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Southeast Tasmania is often an alternative name for Hobart and Surrounds in Tasmania in Australia.
Popular destinations: Hobart, Bruny Island and Port Arthur
West Coast is a region on the western side of the island state of Tasmania in Australia.
Popular destinations: Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Strahan and Queenstown
The North West Coast is a region of Tasmania, the only Island state of Australia.
Popular destinations: Somerset, Burnie and Ulverstone
Northeast Tasmania is a region of Tasmania in Australia.
Popular destinations: Scottsdale, Bicheno and St Helens
East Coast is a region in Tasmania, Australia.
Popular destinations: Freycinet National Park, Coles Bay and Triabunna
Devonport is the third largest city in the state of Tasmania, Australia located on the north coast, on the Bass Strait.
Launceston is the second-largest city in Tasmania and is situated in the north of the state on the Tamar River.
King Island is a relatively large island located in Bass Strait to the north-west of Tasmania.
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