Being separated from the mainland of Australia, Tasmania is largely unspoiled, and so is home to some of Australia’s most beautiful locations, wildlife and landscapes.
The state is an elegant blend of the old and new, with the purity of the pristine wilderness surrounding quaint cityscapes filled with both old-world and modern charm. Discover luxury resorts, lush temperate rain forests, rugged coastlines and more.
Hobart is one of Tasmania’s most populated cities. This beautiful destination combines modernity with an interesting heritage charm.
Hobart is home of Tasmania’s thriving restaurant scene, with the key to their success relating to the incorporation of Tasmania’s freshest produce into their dishes. With Hobart being located right along the harbour, it is easy for restaurants to source the most exquisite seafood, fresh from the Southern Ocean.
The city also houses the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), an extraordinary private collection filled with an astounding selection of antiquities and modern art. MONA is a truly unique experience that should not be missed.
Much like Hobart, Launceston is an elegant mix of the old and new. Located at the meeting point for the North and South Esk rivers, Launceston is long considered the gateway to the Tamar River Valley.
The city of Launceston itself is filled with all the features of a thriving, modern cityscape, including an excellent selection. Of cafes and restaurants to choose from. For travellers seeking a little more for their palette, the surrounding area is booming with excellent boutique wine and spirit producers.
Launceston is the perfect starting point for an incredible Tasmanian adventure.
From the pink-hued peaks of the Hazards Mountains to the aqua-blue oceans, from the ivory white sands to the rusty red rocks of Coles Bay. The Freycinet and East Coast of Tasmania is an impressive kaleidoscope of colour.
The perfect base in which to explore the region is Coles Bay, a pretty coastal bay sitting in the shadows of the Hazard Mountains. Be sure to take the time to explore the exquisite Wineglass Bay and Freycinet National Park.
One of the region’s greatest highlights is the Saffire Freycinet Lodge, one of Australia’s most luxurious accommodations. The resort is set amongst pristine landscape a enjoys a wonderful outlook over the silhouette of the Hazards Mountains.
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