Explore the island by region or city. The perfect way to plan your trip and find those island secrets!
The north-west coast is a mix of pristine coastline and rich, rolling hills of Tasmania's most beautiful farmland country. Devonport at its heart is the port city for the Spirit of Tasmania (passenger and vehicle ferries connecting Melbourne to Tasmania). Along the coast travellers will find The Nut at Stanley, Braddon's Lookout sitting above Forth Valley, Sheffield through to Cradle Mountain. Click below to discover more places to see and do during your visit.
The West Coast region of Tasmania, to this day, is still largely unpopulated due to its rugged nature and largely forested geography. Strahan is the most visited and popular town for travellers, nestled on the edges of Macquarie Harbour. Outside of Strahan, Arthur River, the Tarkine rainforest and various walks are great places to visit during your stay.
Tasmania's Central Highlands makes up most of the interior of the island. It's the expansive area is largely elevated around the Central Plateau region, forming iconic travel destinations such as the Overland Track, Tasmania's highest mountain - Mount Ossa, the Great Lakes and more. Also largely unpopulated due to its aline region, some of Tasmania's best walks are in this region.
Like it's pre-colonial narrative, much of the south-west area of Tasmania remains untouched. Accessible in only certain areas, and by different means, this has some of Australia's most pristine and incredible wilderness. Top travel experience for this area includes the Arthur Ranges, South Coast Track and more!
The Southern Region focuses on the range of incredible things to do and see south of the island's capital of Hobart (west of the River Derwent).
The region ranges from the lush rolling valley of Huon Valley, natural forest, down to the southern tip of the island - Cockles Creek).
Driving west up the coast, Burnie, Stanley and towards to Tarkine makes up Tasmania's north-west coast. Beautiful, full of adventure and one fo the best road-trips on the island, click below to discover more.
Launceston is Tasmania's second largest city and is found in the north of the island. Launceston is well-worth of visit and is known as a historical and cultural centre in the north. Forming part of Tasmania's early pioneering and industrial centre, this city is full of surprises. Some of Launceston most loved attractions include, but are not limited to is a diverse range of historical architecture, picturesque Cataract Gorge in the heart of the city and more. To find out more, click below!
Found on the north-west coast, this is the island main entry to the state via the twin Tasmania's passenger ferries - the Spirit of Tasmania. If you are planning on coming to Tasmania by car, this will be your first destination!
Hugging the beautiful coastline of the north-west, this part of the island has some of the island best picturesque and temperate coastline and farm-land.