See the dramatic contours of this rugged peak from the shores of Dove Lake or clamber to its summit for unbeatable views of Tasmania’s World Heritage wilderness.
Taste fresh oysters, climb pink granite mountain cliffs, laze on stunning beaches and swim with dolphins at this national park on Tasmania’s east coast.
A glorious mix of fern forests, alpine heathlands, pristine waterways and cascading waterfalls, all accessible via pretty pathways, await in this park not far from Hobart.
Spend a day in this area where sandstone warehouses are now home to gourmet restaurants, trendy bars, galleries and a busy Saturday market.
The crowning jewel in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, this national park is home to one of the state’s most impressive hikes.
Step back into Tasmania’s past as a penal colony and learn about the lives of convicts who were sent to one of the harshest settlements in the British Empire.
Step back in time in this colonial town as you explore more than 50 Georgian buildings that have been brought back to life as cafés, restaurants and stores.
Hobart’s beachside beauty is summed up in Sandy Bay. Cruise along the waterfront boulevard and check out the many faces of this neighbourhood.
Take it easy in Battery Point, where a maze of narrow laneways will reveal quaint cafés and galleries to intrepid wanderers.
North Hobart is a diner’s dream, where exciting new restaurants and cafés turn on the culinary charm day and night.
Discover Tasmania’s pioneer heritage in the historic sites, including one of the country’s oldest pubs, at this town on the Derwent River.
The suburb of Claremont juts out onto a peninsula in the Derwent River and is the home of New Zealand’s Cadbury Chocolate Factory.