Go behind the scenery in Tasmania where eco-tourism and nature exist in tandem with bountiful local produce and activities to get your blood pumping. You’ll soon see why Lonely Planet named Tasmania in the top ten regions in the world to visit in 2015!
For some outdoor fun, you have to visit World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair National Park in the North West of Tassie. It is the definition of absolute wilderness with a range of breathtaking walks and activities on offer – try canyoning, quad biking, horse riding and more.
Exploring Tasmania’s beautiful East Coast is another must. Check out the Bay of Fires with its glorious blue water, white sand and red granite rocks along the shore. Keep your camera handy because this is a place you’ll want to capture, no filter required! Get up close to the local wildlife, then head to the Freycinet Peninsula and visit iconic Wineglass Bay. Get amongst the dolphins in a sea kayak or jump aboard an eco-cruise and try and spot a whale.
For adrenalin-pumping wilderness adventures near the city – grab a bike and tackle the Blue Derby or Hollybank MTB trails just outside Launceston or walk amongst the treetops at Tahune Airwalk near Hobart. Thrill seekers will get their kicks with a 140 metre abseil off the Gordon Dam – it’s higher than the Sydney Harbour Bridge and holds back thirty times the amount of water in the harbour itself!
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