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About Tasmania

Welcome to Tasmania, one of Australia’s must-see travel destinations. With a range of spectacular national parks, World Heritage listed convict relics, and unique wildlife, this Australian island state is one of the most beautifully diverse destinations on earth.

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Separated from the mainland by the Bass Strait, Tasmania’s relative isolation has kept its environment in pristine condition. The landscape is strewn with charming historical towns, secluded beaches, iconic wind farms and fascinating convict ruins. Marvel at the oldest bridge in Australia and discover the orange-hued granite boulders on the delightful east coast. Get up close and personal with a Tasmanian Devil, our very own carnivorous marsupial, or don a wetsuit and go surfing in the uncrowded waters of the Southern Ocean.

Asides from its natural beauty, one of the greatest things about Tasmania is its top-notch food and wine scene. Restaurants here are known for serving delicious, locally sourced cuisine, and some of Australia’s finest wines are produced in Tasmanian vineyards. Nicknamed the Apple Isle for its abundance of orchards, Tasmania has become a favourite destination for foodies, with travellers able to enjoy a range of culinary delights in both the city and the countryside.

No matter where your itinerary takes you, every corner of Tasmania is fascinating in its own unique way. Navigate the southern coastline’s rugged waterways and visit sacred Aboriginal sites with ancient rock carvings. Take in some of the of the most amazing scenery Australia has to offer from the top of Mount Wellington in Hobart, or get lost in the untamed Tasmanian wilderness in the North West. Whatever you choose to do, the time to visit this majestic corner of the world is now.

To learn more about Tasmania, visit our Hobart and Launceston itinerary pages, where we’ve compiled a collection of exciting road trips.

Hobart Surroundings

Hobart is the capital city and cultural heart of Tasmania. Recognised as one of the friendliest towns in the world, it is a relaxed oasis surrounded by beaches and national parks. The famously eccentric Museum of Old and New Art is a popular tourist attraction, as is Salamanca Place, the city’s premier waterfront district. Situated at the base of Mount Wellington, Hobart’s bustling tourist precincts and historical significance make it a must-see on anyone’s travel itinerary. Cruisin’ Tasmania’s Hobart branch is located in the suburb of Cambridge, just 4 kilometres from the Hobart Airport.

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About The East Coast Of Tasmania

Set away from the crowds of Tasmania’s main cities, the East Coast is a more secluded and peaceful area. With scenic coastal drives and pretty seaside villages, this idyllic slice of the state showcases the diversity of Tasmania’s landscape. The famously beautiful Bay of Fires and Freycinet National Park are located on the East Coast of Tasmania, as well as St Helens, a busy fishing port. Visitors to the region can dine on fresh seafood and take leisurely strolls down long, scenic beaches, or go hiking in one of the five national parks spaced out along the coastline.

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The Tamar Valley Launceston

With charming historical buildings, world-class vineyards and a striking urban reserve, the city of Launceston and the surrounding Tamar Valley wine region are ripe with scenic attractions. The stunning Cataract Gorge is a few minutes’ walk from the town centre, and the Tamar Valley stretches north of the city, all the way to the Bass Strait. As well as wine-tasting tours, visitors can play on one of the Tamar Valley’s famed public golf courses, or enjoy relaxing walks in the surrounding countryside. The Cruisin’ Tasmania Launceston branch is located 15 kilometres from the CBD, in the historic town of Evandale.

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About The North West Coast Of Tasmania

Tasmania’s North West Coast is an extraordinarily beautiful region, home to a range of cities and natural attractions. This unique part of the state provides some of Tasmania’s freshest produce and is made up of an eclectic mix of pristine beaches, charming seaside villages and rich, red soil. Visitors to the North West Coast can expect to get a taste of the true Tasmanian wilderness.

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Western Wilderness Of Tasmania

Welcome to Tasmania’s wild west, where raw nature and Australia’s infamous convict history come together in one fascinating destination. With a number of charming towns to visit and attractions to behold, you’ll love exploring this exciting region.

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