Tassie's Regions

Southern Tasmania & Hobart
Southern Tasmania & Hobart

As your plane begins its descent into Hobart you will wonder where the vast wilderness ends and civilisation begins as your eyes drink in snow-capped mountain ranges, lakes, rivers and forests stretching to white beaches and the far horizons. Read more...

Northern Tasmania

Experience some of the most diverse and spectacular scenery in Australia. Forested mountains,  impenetrable wilderness and swathes of the world’s most fertile land.

For wildlife enthusiasts, the north is the passport to some of Tasmania’s most remarkable and unforgettable encounters in the wild including wild Tasmanian devils, quolls, and platypus. Read more...

Northern Tasmania
Central Highlands
Central Highlands

Head to the highlands of Tasmania to find wombats hiding in the button grass moorlands, eagles soaring overhead and 'kangaroos' that could fit in the palm of your hand. Wander around thousands of deep lakes, swim and fish; explore the Lake St Clair-Cradle Mountain National Park, and breathe in the alpine air on your unforgettable wildlife adventure.

 

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East Coast

Renowned for its beautiful white beaches, turquoise waters, lichen stained red rocks, wineries, superb walking, Mediterranean climate, and plethora of conservation areas and national parks bursting with birds and wildlife, Tasmania's east coast is the most photographed stretch of coastline in the island. Read more...

East Coast
Western Wilderness
Western Wilderness

The raw, brutal beauty of Tasmania’s World Heritage listed Western Wilderness Area is impossible to miss. Furthermore its history of confrontation, the battle to save the Franklin River in 1982, is of even more significance than it has ever been, at a time when the world is acutely aware of our environmental responsibility. Remarkably much of this area was saved from man’s destruction before the term ‘eco-tourism’ had even been coined. Read more...

Photo Credits: Tourism Australia