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Nelson Falls, Gordon Wild Rivers National Park

Tasmania is Australia’s smallest and most southern state, and the only island state. It is a heart-shaped island of lush green valleys, uncrowded towns and villages and still undeveloped coastlines. Despite its size, there is a variety of activities to entertain you. From the world heritage wilderness of the west, to the beautiful coastlines of the east, there is so much to see and do.

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Tasmania State Map
Regions within Tasmania
See Tasmanian Devil's at the Conservation Park
The Bay of Fires are a must see at Mt William National Park
Gordon River Cruise takes you through the World Heritage Area
Guard Tower at the Port Arthur Historic Site
The Overland Track is one of the Great Walks of Tasmania
Western Wilderness
Experience the most wild and unspoiled area of Australia! The West Coast features World Heritage listed areas, stunning scenery and natural landscapes that are not to be missed.
Devonport is the gateway to Tasmania for Spirit of Tasmania Ferry passengers
North West Coast
Tasmania's North West Coast is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Sample fresh produce and meet local artists at the seaside villages or explore the temperate rainforest and natural landscapes of the Tarkine.
The cultural center of Launceston features Victorian buildings, museums and cafes
Launceston, Tamar and North
Launceston, is 3 hours (200km) north of Hobart and is a good base for visitors wishing to visit the attractions of northern Tasmania. You can enjoy a Tamar River Cruise, or the many activities available at Cataract Gorge. The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery at Inveresk is recommended. Near Launceston you can follow the Tamar Valley Wine Route, or explore one of the many unspoilt historic towns in the area - Evandale, Deloraine, Longford.
Experience the nightly march of penguins in the seaside town of Bicheno
The East Coast
The East Coast of Tasmania boasts many beautiful beaches including Wineglass Bay, rated as one of the 10 best beaches in the world, and the Bay of Fires Reserve. Food and wine is a major highlight of the area with many vineyards and fresh produce available, including seafood, berries and cheeses. Explore the rich heritage of Maria Island or experience the nightly march of penguins in the seaside town of Bicheno.
Hobart is rated in the top 10 of Lonely Planets Best in Travel 2013 guide
Hobart & Surrounds
Hobart is the capital of Australia island state of Tasmania. The city is located in the state's south-east on the estuary of the Derwent River. The skyline is dominated by Mount Wellington at 1,271 metres high. The city is not only ideal base for southern Tasmanian journeys but it is also city full of friendly people, relaxed lifestyle, beautiful scenery and vibrant culture.