Traveling in Tasmania

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As an isolated state off the coast of Australia, you might think that Tasmania would have problems with its national identity. But nothing could be farther from the truth – this is one of the most Australian places you’ll find! It is one of the most interesting and underappreciated areas of the country. If you want to have a unique and original Australian adventure, you need to make sure you visit Tasmania.

But, when you’re there what should you see and do? Well, don’t worry, we’re going to walk you through a visit to this vast and rugged island. Tassie, as it’s affectionately known, is the best island you’ve never been too. Don’t believe us? Well, it’s time to look a little closer at this place and experience it fully. If you want to travel around Tasmania, these are some of the things we think you should do.

Head to Wineglass Bay

Tasmania is not the sort of place to visit if you aren’t an outdoor person. There is so much natural beauty and stunning scenery here, and it is just itching to be explored! Get yourself over to Freycinet National Park and head for the gorgeous Wineglass Bay. If you hike to the top of the viewing platform, you’ll get in a nice walk, and then you get some views that are literally to die for. It doesn’t get much more breathtaking than this bay, and it’s the ideal activity for those who enjoy scenic walks.

Stroll through lavender fields

Have you ever dreamt of walking across an ocean of purple flowers all swaying in the cool breeze? Well, now that dream can become a reality if you head for Bridestowe Estate. Sure, they have lavender fields like this in other parts of the world, but, with the bronzed dirt and epic sunshine, they are nowhere close to these Tasmanian fields. Make sure you visit Tas at the start of the year if you want to see the fields because they bloom in February. You can also keep checking progress online to make sure you don’t miss the opportunity.

Thalia Haven

This aptly named luxury accommodation is quite literally heaven on Earth. Don’t believe us? Well, check this out… Not only is the 130-acre peninsula located on the banks of Great Oyster Bay, but, there is even an outdoor bathtub overlooking the stunning Bay, and luscious scenery. Bathing in paradise is something most of us can only dream of, and you will have the chance to do it by staying at Thalia. Tasmania’s East Coast is the ultimate spot for those seeking a life-changing vacay! As a side note – head over to the legendary Bay of Fires while you’re here, also located on the East Coast.

Visit Switzerland

Tasmania has some insanely beautiful areas – places you’ve never been to or seen the likes of before. And, there are unique opportunities too – for instance, we bet you never knew you could visit Switzerland without ever leaving Tassie! If you take a drive North along the Tamar Valley, you can visit a Swiss village named Grindelwald. Developed in the style of a Swiss village in the 1980s, this is a remarkable place to visit. Following an eco-tourism development a few years ago, this is an even more appealing and beautiful place to visit.

As you can see, Tasmania is a fascinating, beautiful, and epic island, which offers so much you wouldn’t be able to experience in Australia. There are sprawling lakes, jagged mountain peaks, stunning hotels, delightful beaches, and vibrant fields of color. This is a place you need to check out as soon as you can, so get online and start booking a trip.

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