Australia's Island Gem

Welcome to Tasmania, Australia's island gem, where unspoiled natural beauty and a rich cultural heritage await your exploration.

This island state, located to the south of the Australian mainland, offers a unique blend of rugged landscapes, pristine wilderness, and charming historic towns.

We Recommend

  • Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park: Hike through breathtaking alpine landscapes, including the iconic Overland Track, surrounded by rugged mountains and ancient rainforests.
  • Freycinet National Park: Discover the stunning Wineglass Bay, with its crystal-clear waters and white sandy beaches, and explore the park’s granite peaks and pink granite cliffs.
  • Port Arthur Historic Site: Step back in time at this UNESCO World Heritage site, once a 19th-century penal settlement, and explore its well-preserved historic buildings and haunting stories.
  • Hobart: Tasmania’s capital city offers a blend of history, art, and culinary delights. Don’t miss the vibrant Salamanca Market and the stunning MONA (Museum of Old and New Art).
  • Tasman Peninsula: Explore the dramatic coastal landscapes of the Tasman Peninsula, including the impressive Tasman Arch, Devil’s Kitchen, and the extraordinary rock formations of the Tessellated Pavement.
  • Bruny Island: Embark on a foodie’s paradise journey, tasting local produce, including cheese, oysters, and whiskey, while enjoying the island’s rugged beauty.
  • Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area: Immerse yourself in this pristine wilderness, known for its unique flora and fauna, ancient rainforests, and serene rivers.
  • Wildlife Encounters: Encounter Tasmania’s unique wildlife, including the iconic Tasmanian devil, wallabies, wombats, and a myriad of bird species.

Travel Tips

When to Go

Tasmania's weather varies throughout the year. Summer (December to February) brings warm days, making it ideal for outdoor activities. Autumn (March to May) showcases stunning foliage, while winter (June to August) offers opportunities for snow adventures. Spring (September to November) brings blossoming landscapes and milder temperatures.

Wildlife Encounters

While enjoying Tasmania's natural beauty, be cautious of wildlife, especially on the roads. Drive carefully, especially at dawn and dusk, to avoid collisions with animals.

Travel Insurance

Ensure you have comprehensive travel insurance that covers any outdoor activities you plan to do, such as hiking or wildlife tours.

Environmental Responsibility

Respect the delicate ecosystems of Tasmania. Follow "Leave No Trace" principles, and avoid disturbing wildlife or damaging vegetation.