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Tasmania may be Australia’s smallest state, but its attractions are many: seafood fresh from the water, heritage architecture, rugged coastlines and remnants of colonial history.
Hobart, Tasmania’s capital, features creative culture, galleries, museums and unique markets. From Mount Wellington, high above the city, enjoy panoramic views over the Derwent River and rolling hills that give Hobart its natural beauty.
Enjoy the art and food culture of Hobart’s Salamanca Markets held amid 19th-century warehouses. Ferry to MONA for an unforgettable modern art experience. Wander through sub-Antarctic plants at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens. Finish your day with a tour and tasting at Cascades Brewery.
Explore Port Arthur’s penal colony. A guided tour reveals the harsh lives of prisoners once incarcerated here.
Stop in at enchanting eastern coastal towns for fresh seafood and stunning sunsets. Swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Bay of Fires, surrounded by boulders bright orange with lichen. Don’t miss secluded Freycinet Peninsula. Spend the day kayaking between white-sand beaches and enjoy fresh oysters and local wines at Coles Bay.
Go north to Tasmania’s second-largest city, Launceston. The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery features the state’s cultural and natural history and colonial artists’ depictions of Tasmania’s wilderness. Meet the Tasmanian Devil at the Tasmania Zoo. Walk or ride the chairlift over the Esk River and rainforest at Cataract Gorge.
Take a daytrip to the Tamar Valley to tour lavender and strawberry farms and visit vineyards. Wander through formal gardens of 19th-century colonial English manors at Clarendon and Woolmers Estates. Glide among the treetops on a cable adventure or head to Ben Lomond National Park ski fields in winter for snow sports.
In the northwest, you’ll find Tasmania’s best walk, through the breathtaking mountain scenery, button grass fields and glacial lakes of Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park. Southwest is Strahan, a small port town. From here, take a boat tour to see the World Heritage-listed Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.
Position excellent, lovely hotel and helpful staff. Restaurant and room meals the only complaint
Nice old hotel, rooms are nice and big. Food is pretty good. Unfortunately most of the staff are unfriendly and not great at their job. Exception was the young man working at the restaurant who was lovely and professional and the older gentleman who checked us out. Would stay there again.
Bathroom was a little tired. However the family room set up was good. There should be a child lock on balcony door!
Clean,rooms spacious.Bed and pillow most comfortable.Lounge relaxing area spacious with a nice log fire.Breakfast was first class, with a wide variety to choose from.
Great place to relax, away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. The lodge is surrounded the best nature can offer and is just right outside the national park. The breakfast was excellent and there are heaps of activities on offer. Highly recommended!