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Holidays To Tasmania

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Strikingly beautiful, rugged, historical and amazingly invigorating Tasmania is a must visit when touring Australia. Holidays to Tasmania from Travel Center offer you a chance to savour the unique beauty of the island. Explore Hobart, the West Coast, East Coast and of course Flinders Island. A collection of the world’s tallest White Gum Trees grow in the White Knights Everchreech nature reserve while just 20kms from Hobart is majestic Mount Wellington, boasting glacial rock formations, sub-alpine vegetation and pleasant rainforests. Check out our all-inclusive holidays to Tasmania and enjoy the hassle free convenience of booking the best hotels and flights. Rest assured knowing that our budget accommodation and air fares are the best on offer. The Tasman Peninsula offers breath-taking vistas across the horizon while Mona Museum Australia’s largest is arguably the best collection of modern art and antiques. Head over to the West Coast and enjoy gorgeous bird’s eye views of Franklin River Valley and Frenchman Cap. Book holidays to Tasmania and be one with nature, look forward to long walks through verdant rainforests, picnicking by bubbling brooks and delving into the fascinating historical culture that surrounds the island. Book your cheap flight to Tasmania today!


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Time Zone

UTC+10:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Qantas, British Airways



Best Time to Travel

December to February

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car, Trams, Ferry

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 2.04 AUD

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Cradle Mountain at Lake St Claire National Park

Cradle Mountain is considered the jewel in the crown of Tasmania’s natural wonders. Located within the northern World Heritage site of ‘Tassie’ the area consists of sparkling lakes, glacial crags, spikey dolerite summits, beech forests, alpine heathland and 1616 metre high Mt Ossa.

Port Arthur Historic Site

Infamous convict settlement Port Arthur is an hour from Hobart. One of the country’s most visited attractions the vestiges are deemed Australian Convicts World Heritage Property. Remaining are the church, guard tower, model prison and hospital. Further on is the stunning Tasmanian Peninsula.

Freycinet National Park

One of the country’s most beautiful and oldest natural parks this is a stunning location. Wineglass Bay is the star; with its white powder sand beach and azure waters. Walk along the lookout and drink in the view of ‘Hazards’. A must do for nature lovers and ideal for exploring the East Coast splendours.

Salamanca Place

Centrally located within the historic waterfront of Hobart this tourist hub features sandstone Georgian style buildings, built by convicts from 1835 to 1860. Today the ancient warehouses are home to galleries, restaurants and shops. Open-air Salamanca Markets boast 300 stalls selling souvenirs and much more

Cataract Gorge

Cataract Gorge is a deep abyss carved by the Esk River. Walk 15 minutes from the city centre of Launceston and enjoy the sunny romantic atmosphere of the place. Built in 1890 the walking paths are carved into the cliff face. The world’s longest single span chairlift is there for the adventurous to try.

Mount Wellington – Kunanyi

Hobarts most iconic site 1,270m high Mt Wellington or Kunanyi is a must explore. Follow the 21km mountain path and get to the summit, enjoy the mostly snow speckled path and look forward to stunning views of Hobart, Derwent Valley and beautiful D’Entrecasteaux Channel. Take along the cameras!

Tasman National Park

Australia’s most striking coastal environs are located around the gorgeous Tasman National Park. The park is well known for ‘The Blowhole’, Tasman Arch, Devils Kitchen, Remarkable Cave and Waterfall Cave. Fairy penguins, whales, dolphins, possums are just some of the wildlife to be seen.

Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park

This gorgeous environ consisting of primitive rainforests, wild rivers and deep gorges is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Frenchman’s Cap peak stands at 1,443m while the Aborigine influence visible all around date back to over 36,000 years. Enjoy white-water rafting on Franklin River, cruises and hikes.

Bruny Island

Ideal for nature lovers and foodies, Bruny is 55 minutes from Hobart by car and ferry, across the D’Entrecasteaux Channel from Kettering Village. Foodies enjoy local handmade chocolates, juicy oysters, artisan cheeses and local berries. Explore spiralling cliffs, isolated beaches and more at South Bruny National Park.

Mona Museum and Art Gallery

Controversial Mona Museum is the newest addition to Tasman attractions. Intriguing antiques and art works create a rebellious adult Disneyland; enhanced by a cinema, entertainment venues, chic restaurant and library.