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Tasmania Holidays

A holiday in Tasmania will fulfill all the expectations that you have had about this magnificent state. Everyone should have a Tasmanian holiday at some stage in their life and experience the majestic scenery and the distincly unique wildlife that only exists here. It is so easy to get to Tasmania that you have no excuse for not making the effort. You can fly in direct from any Australian city to either Hobart or Launceston or you can even take your car or caravan across on the Bass Straight ferry that will land you in Devenport. The tourist infrastructure in Tasmania is so well developed that you will find it easy to get to those special places that you have always wanted to visit. A campervan or motorhome holiday with Kea Campers, Britz / Maui or Apollo Motorhomes is an ideal way to explore the countryside. There are many caravan parks around the state and the highway system is excellent. An organised tour is another way to explore Tasmania. AAT Kings, Adventure Tours and Grey Line Tours all have terrific itinerarys to take you to all the major beauty spots and places of interest. You can also rent a car and we can assist with accommodation in all areas and to suit your budget.

Some of the places you must see in Tasmania during your holiday include Hobart which is one of our nations most historic cities. The city areas around Salamanca Place and Constitution Dock are steeped in history and you will be delighted with the range of cosy restaurants and cafés here. To the East of Hobart is Port Arthur and the convict ruins of our first settlements. The coastal scenery through this region is quite spectacular and reminders of our convict past are everywhere. In Central Tasmania you must visit the forests and the National Parks. The most famous tourist icon in the region is Cradle Mountain and you should try and stay here for a couple of days and try the bushwalks and enjoy the wildlife. The West Coast is rugged and mostly world heritage listed wilderness. If you visit Queenstown which is the biggest center on the West Coast of Tasmania, you will be able to board a cruise to take you to the Gordon and Franklin river systems which will take you deep into this special region. In the North of the state is the city of Launceston which lies on the Tamar River. This region is well known for its spectacular scenery and if you use it as a base your can tour out to a number of interesting areas and attractions.

If you would like a little assistance to plan and book your Tasmanian Holiday then don’t hesitate to drop us an email or phone one of our helpful consultants.