The Absolute BEST Things to do in Tasmania (top 50)

How do you decide the best things to do on a little island so vast as Tasmania? Well, you go out there and explore it of course! For years I have been re-visiting and re-exploring Tasmania, now having finally compiled a list of the absolute best things to do in Tasmania. Before you go booking that plane ticket, remember that these are the best 50 Things to do in Tasmania, so you’ll need at least 1-2 weeks to explore!

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1. Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park

Surely nothing beats this view. You can hike to the visitor’s platform for a great view over wineglass bay, or tackle the harder (but better views) hike to the top of Mt. Amos. Or if you want to grab a birdseye views, book yourself on a scenic flight from as low as $175 per person (a small price to pay for a million dollar view).

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2. Kick Back in the World’s Most Scenic Bathtub

Because who wouldn’t want to go off the grid for a few days and unwind here (a.k.a heaven)!? This is a private rental right on the coast of Tasmania, offering complete seclusion and of course that bath tub. Check yourself in to Thalia Haven on the East Coast of Tasmania for the ultimate vacay.

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3. Run Through the Lavender Fields at Bridestowe Estate

If you’re visiting Tassie at the beginning of the year, be sure not to miss these impressive lavender fields in the North of Tasmania at Bridestowe Estate. While the fields usually bloom in February, the season can sometimes be brought forward to late January – be sure to check out their website to stay up to date!

Hazards Mountains Tasmania

4. The Hazards

Also located inside the Freycinet National Park are a chain of mountains like no others – The Hazards. Golden Hour (The hour before sunset) is absolutely magical but really any time here is unforgettable. (Image: Saffire Freycinet).

5. Bay of Fires

What better name for a bay that truly looks as if it is alive with fire, ideally set beside the ocean on Tasmania’s East Coast!? Bay of Fires is a short drive from the township of St Helens, on the East Coast of Tasmania. A great itinerary is to drive from Hobart through the East Coast and onwards to Launceston to end your trip.

Read more: A quick guide to Tasmania’s East Coast.

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6. Tulip Farm, Table Cape

If you find yourself visiting Tasmania during the month of October, be sure to time your visit to allow for a visit to the “Bloomin’ Tulips festival” – a festival where the tulip farm on the Northwest Coast of Tasmania comes to life in full bloom. (Image: Tourism Tasmania).

Cradle Mountain National Park

7. Cradle Mountain National Park

As one of Tasmania’s most visited and most renowned attractions, a visit to the main midlands National Park, Cradle Mountain National Park, is an absolute must. There are a range of day walks for visitors to enjoy, or alternatively you can set off on the famous multi-day trek (see below).

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8. The Overland Track

Seeing Cradle Mountain is one thing, but to traverse that vast landscaped of the Tasmanian wilderness over the course of a 6-day trek is quite another. You can choose to stay in public huts if you’re on a budget, or for a more luxurious approach try out the Cradle Mountain Huts Walk – glamping at its’ finest!

Eagle Hawk Neck Tasmania

9. Tessellated Pavement

There are a few hidden gems located on the rugged coast line of Tasmania, one of these being the tessellated pavement located in the Eagle Hawk Neck region. This location is best visited on a visit to Port Arthur Historic Site – Tasmania’s most visited attraction.

Stanley Nut Tasmania

10. Climb “The Nut”

…because where else can you say you have climbed a nut! The walk to the top is only a 15-20 minute trek (albeit a steep one), and the views on the way up and once at the top are hard to beat! To stay in the idyllic seaside town, check yourself in to @VDL.

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11. Check in to the “World’s Best Boutique Hotel”

Recently this uber-luxe resort, Saffire Freycinet, was dubbed the world’s best boutique hotel. If you’ve been lucky enough to stay there, you’ll understand exactly why! While rooms down’t come cheap, they do include all meals (including a 6-course degustation dinner with matched wines) AND an all-inclusive free mini-bar. Winning! (Image: Saffire Freycinet).


12. Museum of Old & New Art (MONA)

This museum made headlines when it first opened in January of 2011… years on and the captivating headlines are yet to subside. This artsy building is even more impressive on the inside when you view the controversial, quirky and sometimes just downright crazy exhibitions on offer. Totally worth a visit! Plus if you’re a Tasmanian, you enter for free! (Image:

satellite island

13. Visit the exclusive Satellite Island

This small private island is home to one of Tasmania’s most exclusive accommodations on offer and is one of the most remote locations on earth to find yourself. Its such a secret that most locals don’t even know it exists! (Image: Satellite Island).

Maria island

14. See the Maria Island Painted Cliffs

Hiding neatly away on Maria Island are Tasmania’s painted cliffs, a favourite among photographers and nature enthusiasts (Image by JJ Harrison via Wikicommons).

The Neck Bruny Island

15. Stand at the top of “The Neck” Bruny Island

…Because who wouldn’t want to stand here!? Bruny Island is a short ferry ride from the mainland, with the departure point at Kettering just an hours drive from Hobart, Tasmania’s capital.


16. Is this even real life now? Totem Pole

Hiding away in the distance is Tasmania’s Totem Pole, inside the Tasman National Park. The rock formation stands 60 metres tall and is a thrill seeker’s favourite for extreme rock climbing (Image via Tasmania for Everyone).

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17. Traverse the Tamar Valley Wine Region

What could be better than sipping a glass of Sauvignon Blanc amidst the rolling hills of the Tamar Valley? Here you will be spoiled with an array of award winning wineries with inviting cellar doors. Pictured: Josef Chromy’s.

Brooke Saward Tasmania

18. Become a Giant For a Day

If there’s one thing we could all call the Tasmanians at this point, its creative. A visit to the Tazmazia Village will have you feeling larger than life in no time!

Raspberry Farm Tasmania

19. Eat an Entire Menu of Raspberry Everything

….I’m talking raspberry Eggs Benedict, raspberry scones, raspberry meringues, and much more. The Raspberry farm is a great pit stop between Launceston and Devonport for the roadtrippers out there!


20. Visit a Town Named Penguin…

…Where yes, there is a town mascot. ‘Nuff said.

Tasman Arch

21. Admire Nature at the Tasman Arch

Tassie is a true testament to the wild and whacky wonderfulness of nature. A road trip is without a doubt the best way to get around, as you’ll find many worthy stops along the way. The Tasman Arch is located on Tasmania’s Southern Peninsula, around the Eaglehawk Neck region. Signs will point the way to this and a number of other attractions in the immediate area.


22. Enter the Wilderness via Railway

The West Coast Wilderness Railway is perhaps as close as one will get to a trip on the Hogwarts Express without actually travelling to Scotland to hop on board the real deal. (Image: Supplied)


23. Check yourself into the Pumphouse Point Hotel

This hotel has quickly become one of the world’s most instagrammable hotels. I mean, who couldn’t see themselves here!? (Image via Pumphouse Point).


24. Visit Switzerland in a Day

Yep, you heard it here first. A visit to Tasmania is also a visit to Switzerland when you make a short 15 minute drive North along the Tamar Valley from Launceston, to the Swiss Village named “Grindelwald“. (Image via Northern Tasmania).


25. Cruise through the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park

This idyllic national park is renowned for being home to one of Tassie’s most loved attractions – a scenic cruise down the Franklin-Gordon River (Image via Gordon River Cruises).

barnbougle dunes

26. Play Golf on one of the World’s Most Scenic Courses

Barnbougle Lost Farm is located in the North of the state, making this courses a popular stop for international jet setters who fly in via private jet… But you needn’t have a jet to play here! This course is in fact a public course and anyone can play here, although you might want to brush up at the driving range before tackling it in public!!! (Image via Air Swings).

27. Walk the Three Capes Track

The newest of Tasmania’s walks, the “Three Capes Track” opened in 2015 and has been a real hit the Aussies visiting from overstate and is slowly drawing an international crowd. Believe me when I say it is worth every step for those coastal views!!!

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28. Stand atop Mount Wellington

The capital city of Tasmania, Hobart, is full of surprises – perhaps none more photographic and impressive than a trip to the Mount Wellington observation deck in the evening to admire the city from above (images via instagram @watermelonaddict).

Aurora australis

29. See the Southern Aurora Australis

Forget travelling thousands of miles in search of the Northern Lights when you have the Southern Aurora Australis right here! (Image via Instagram @kimmaischphotography).

Richmond Tasmania

30. Stroll Along Australia’s Oldest Bridge in Richmond

A nice little pitstop just outside of Hobart is one of Tasmania’s most quaint and charming towns; Richmond. Be sure to stop for some scones in one of the many cafes and walk it off with a wander along Australia’s oldest bridge; Richmond Bridge.

Port Arthur

31. Hunt for Ghosts on a Spoooooky Port Arthur Night Tour

If you dare, Port Arthur is rumoured to have one of the spookiest night ghost tours on offer inside the remains of what was once a convict prison.


32. See a Tassie Devil up Close!

They might look cute (a la Taz the cartoon), but these little devils are just that – devils! See them at one of the many wildlife parks around the island: in the North and in the South. (Image by JJ Harrison via Wikicommons).


33. Explore Underground Caves

The Mole Creek Caves are a popular attraction for travellers making their way up to Cradle Mountain (usually from the city of Launceston). If you have the chance to stop for a few hours, be sure to book a tour in advance (Image via Northern Tasmania).

Salamanca Market

34. Sift Through the Goodies at the Salamanca Market

Salamanca Market is located on Hobart’s waterfront and open every Saturday of the year – rain, hail, or shine. The market offers some fantastic local produce, handicrafts, and local talented artists.

Tahune Airwalk Tasmania

35. Walk on Air

It’s not every day you get to walk on air… so why not schedule in a visit to the Tahune Forest airwalk to really get a grip on Tassie’s wildlife and wilderness.

Blue Derby Trails Tasmania

36. Blue Derby Mountain Bike Trails

A recent addition to the top 50 things to do in Tasmania are the newly opened Blue Derby mountain bike trails – this image says it all! There are over 100km of mountain bike trails in the network and you can even stay inside a pod for a 3-day ultimate tour if you’re really keen to hit the trails hard!

Cataract Gorge

37. Walk Through The Cataract Gorge at the Centre of the City of Launceston

The locals of Launceston are lucky enough to call this their public backyard… and yep, it’s right in the centre of town!

western arthur range

38. Overlook Lake Oberon, Western Arthur Range

If you packed your hiking boots and are ready to hit the trails, make your way to the Western Arthur Range for some great trails off the beaten tourist path (Image via Instagram @natureloverswalks)



39. Slide through the Forest 

Wait…. you can actually do this!? Yep! Someone was feeling equally playful and inventive the day they said they were going to build a huge slide through the forest. Check it out at dismal swamp on the North West Coast.

Russell Falls @tassiegrammer

40. Marvel at Russel Falls

This picture says it all. Russel Falls aren’t one of the most known waterfalls to visit in the state, but this picture certainly suggests otherwise! (Image via Instagram @tassiegrammer).


41. Strathgordon Dam

Care for a quick abseil down!? That’s right, you totally can! The dam is a two hour drive from Hobart if you’re looking for something a little out of the ordinary. (Image via Lewis’ Exploring Oz).

Hollybank Treetops

42. Zip Through the Trees at Hollybank

This treetop adventure is a fave among the families – and it’s not hard to see why! You can reach the Hollybank treetops adventures from Launceston by car, in about 20 minutes.

43. Montezuma Falls

Make your way into the wilderness, traverse a rickety swinging bridge, and find yourself at the glorious Montezuma Falls. They’re located in the West of the island, so be sure to pair with a visit to Strahan and Queenstown.

Kayak Tasmania

44. Kayak Bathurst Harbour

What better way to experience untouched beauty than to glide along with it!? Visit Roaring 40s Kayaking to learn about more of their one-day and multi-day kayaking adventures! (Image via Instagram @AdventureTasmania).

Tasman Peninsula

45. Visit the Tasman Peninsula

Many of the locations named are in and around the Tasman peninsula, but have you considered just how equally beauty the area is in itself!? (Image via Instagram @crispy_scapes).


46. Drive the Winding Road to Queenstown

…Because where else in the world could you feel so completely off the grid than the rugged West Coast!? (Image via Instagram @sandra_celebrate).

Horseshoe bend

47. Fly over Horseshoe Bend on the Gordon River

There’s no doubt the Gordon River is stunning on a river cruise, but how about flying over to site the photogenic Horseshoe Bend from above (Image via Instagram @chrisbrayphotography).

Sea Sparkles

48. Watch the Sea Sparkle

Well there’s real life and then there’s…… IS THIS EVEN REAL LIFE!? In fact, it is. Here’s the story behind the photo to prove it: @Helenawisby123

Cape Elizabeth Bruny Island

49. Walk Through this Natural Rock Arch on Bruny Island

And then there’s this natural rock arch on the Bruny Island Cape Elizabeth track… As if you needed any more convincing to get yourself down to Tassie!

50. OVER. TO. YOU. What are your favourite places in Tasmania? 

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    April 9, 2016 at 11:20 pm

    If this is the way you live in poverty… it is because you choose to do so… If you are not working then the government supports you and they do give you enough to live on if you don’t waste it… but it is your choice to make your life better … NO ONE OWES YOU ANYTHINNG…

    March 22, 2016 at 8:09 pm

    This looks great. We are going in October 2016 and have ONLY 6 days in Tasmania- what to choose 🙂

    February 24, 2016 at 9:59 pm

    Just a footnote about the Bloomin’ Tulips festival on the north west coast. It is held in Wynyard, a town with a population of around 5,000 people. The attendance at the 2015 one-day festival totalled over 18,000 people- quite an achievement!

    February 22, 2016 at 1:20 pm

    Where is the one with the bathtub taken ? Number two? Look amazing !

    February 11, 2016 at 2:40 pm

    To Yan,
    Tasmania hiking in July is a bit extreme in the mountain areas, you can get snowed in, but in saying that, it can happen in summer as well. You just have to be prepared for all weather conditions up there

      February 12, 2016 at 2:36 am

      thank you very much! We probably will be there in the beginning of July.

    February 11, 2016 at 12:08 pm

    I live in Tasmania and love it!
    To Darcy, there is poverty everywhere in the world, but I have seen far worse places than Tassie, look at the poverty in India and Africa. At least poor people here get welfare and free health care.

    You don’t have to be a rich tourist to see the delights of the Island, there is beauty eveywhere and most of it is free.
    The cataract gorge is on Launceston’s doorstep and and you are free to go and swim in the pool or gorge at no cost, up the river from here is the old duck reach power station and there is a walking track to get to it. Tasmania has some of the best and cleanest beaches in Australia and maybe even the world.
    The samon fishing you can do down the east coast off St Helens beach is great or for deep see fishing you can charter a boat.
    Walking through the central highlands, Cradel Mountain, Walls of Jeruselam national parks are an experience not to be missed.
    I have seen a lot of Tasmania, but I have plenty more to see.

    February 11, 2016 at 6:24 am

    WE are planning our trip to Tasmania now but haven’t decided to go in July or Xmas. We are a family of 4 with 2 boys, 8 and 10. We love outdoor, and love hiking. We want to avoid the peak crowded in Xmas, but not sure if the hiking road will be OK for the boys. Any suggestions from you will be appreciate. Thank you!~

    January 31, 2016 at 9:26 pm

    I live in Tas and I am not poor

    January 27, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    Oh. My. God. These place are just absolutely amazing. Now, Tasmania has moved up to the top of my bucketlist. I can’t wait to go there and visit these wonderful places.

    January 24, 2016 at 4:51 pm

    Marvel at the poverty of all the depressed people who inhabit this tiny island most of whom are far too poor to ever do or see any of these things on this list… Tasmania is good of you’re a rich tourist but if you live here it is the worst possible place to be becuse you are trapped in an endless cycle of poverty.

    January 14, 2016 at 6:09 pm

    Well i will be doing this and more in Feb/Mar/Apr or however long it takes and i can’t wait,see you then Tassie

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    January 7, 2016 at 12:57 am

    I’m going in May this year! I can’t wait. Sadly, we’re only in Hobart for 3 days.

    We’re going to do the best we can to visit the regional places but can anyone recommend the top 3 (or 4 or 5) things to do in Hobart itself?

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    August 13, 2015 at 10:28 am

    Thanks Brooke for the mention, so many awesome ideas on this list!

    August 4, 2015 at 9:30 pm

    The oldest synagogue in Australia is in Hobart, and besides its interesting past (funded by freed convicts who’d been transported…), it’s also, it turns out, got a most interesting present. A tiny, beautiful place.

    Helen Wood
    August 2, 2015 at 6:43 am

    I think it is hard to go past the historic maritime precinct at Low Head; with its totally intact light house, leading lights, pilot station, cottages, museum built by convicts, penguins and beaches. There is nothing like the sunsets. Ask about the female pirates.

    August 2, 2015 at 5:34 am

    I love these photos.

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    August 1, 2015 at 8:02 pm

    The murals in Sheffield, Hastings caves, South Cape Bay, Agfest, Tasmanian arts and craft fair.

    Faye Clafton
    August 1, 2015 at 6:17 pm

    Have been to Tasmania 5 times and still haven’t seen all of this Beautiful Place. I shall be returning. Love it.

    Kerry Hulm
    August 1, 2015 at 4:38 pm

    A Par Avion flight to Port Davey is absolutely amazing. The scenery is stunning and the the crisp clean air is unbeatable. The walk to Snug Falls is beautiful as well. All of Tasmania is amazing 🙂 <3

    Karen Kruimink
    August 1, 2015 at 12:27 pm

    Wonderful, beautiful Tasmania. A must see is the historic mining town of Queenstown. Not only does the Abt railway have its home there it is worthy of a day or two to wander, photograph and explore. Stay a night or two. It is a great town currently undergoing hard times due to the temporary (we hope) closure of the mine. Have a fabulous time and help boost the local economy.

    August 1, 2015 at 11:00 am

    Yes Tasmania is that impressive and we haven’t even started telling you all our secrets. Bridport, North East Coast, fantastic R&R location for Tasmanians. Here you catch the biggest flathead, ride, run or walk around the spectaular walking tracks, swim in pristine waters and we even have a secret Tassie Tiger! Hope you all enjoy your visit.

    August 1, 2015 at 8:36 am

    Which photo are you refering to?

    Kim George
    August 1, 2015 at 3:10 am

    Those are all superb spots but misses King Island (and Flinders Island). Tallest stone (convict built) lighthouse in the southern hemisphere; penguin colony; platypus tours; world class surf beaches; 2 beaches consistently rated in Australia’s top beaches (and the locals think those are outclassed by a dozen others hidden on the island); cloud juice rainwater from the purest air in Australia; calcified forest; King Island Cheese; King Island Beef; King Crabs; 100 Shipwrecks; Currie Harbour; kelp forests; 2 world-class golf courses opening Oct/Nov 2015; probably Australia’s best 9-hole golf course; King Island Long Table foodies celebration; Cooking School; Country horse racing (gallops and trots); bushwalking; beach-combing; fishing; Australia’s friendliest mob of locals you will ever come across; and of course the greatest little festival you have never been to – FESTIVAL OF KING ISLAND (FOKI). Last weekend in January.

    August 1, 2015 at 1:26 am

    I love Liffey falls, picking strawberries at Hillwood berry farm and browsing through the little handcrafted shops here in tassie

    August 1, 2015 at 1:07 am

    Oh wow. All of it looks and sounds so amazing! Especially the lavender fields, three capes track, the totem pole, that sea! Tasmania has just flown right up my list! Great post X

    August 1, 2015 at 12:13 am

    Wow – Tasmania looks like out of space – such an amazing place!
    I can’t believe I missed going to Tasmania, while I was in Australia for FOUR months!! Thanks for putting it on my bucket list!
    Happy travels, xx

    July 31, 2015 at 9:24 pm

    And you’ve barely left the mainland with this list! Flinders Island is insane – the most beautiful place on earth.

    July 31, 2015 at 1:02 pm

    I can’t believe you left Port Davey off the list! Greatest thing I’ve ever seen

    July 31, 2015 at 12:32 pm

    I am so proud to be Tasmanian having lived there most of my life I have done a few of the things on the list but so much more to see! To add a couple more to the list
    – visit the cascade brewery in south Hobart and do a brewery tour with beer tastings then have lunch in the bestuful restaurant and explore the cascade gardens.
    – visit botanical gardens in Hobart and take a picnic
    – go to the taste of Tasmania in Hobart from late December to early January the city is buzzing and the weather is beautiful, you can even watch the boats come over the finish line for the Sydney to Hobart yacht race
    – take a drive down to peppermint bay and enjoy more of tassies fresh produce & wine
    I could keep going buy would be here all day!

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    July 31, 2015 at 10:39 am

    50. Driving along Bicheno and Swansea. Can’t wait to go back and trekking in Cradle Mountain National Park, The Overland Track and Three Capes Track that will open in November 2015. Thanks.

    July 31, 2015 at 9:05 am

    Hold on, did you really just say “southern aurora borealis? I could have sworn they only had the Aurora Australis!!

    Richard Read
    July 31, 2015 at 5:47 am

    Been to Tassie twice now and still you find more things to see! I know some of these have been said before in the comments but you could add:
    The Museum at Zeehan
    Fish & Chips at Mures in Hobart
    The Convict Brick Trail at Campbell Town ( I found a relative’s name there last time! )
    Some of the house names in Doo Town
    The Squeaky beach on the road from Hobart to Port Arthur.

    I am sure others could make your list up to 100 – it is arguably my favourite part of Australia – but your list is tremendous, makes me want to go back again.

    Peter Shires
    July 31, 2015 at 3:21 am

    And you could add a few, like the Edge of The World at the mouth of the Arthur River, crossing the Pieman River by barge at Corinna, Ocean Beach and the dunes near Strahan, Boat Harbour Beach, the walk from Sisters Beach to Rocky Cape, surfing at Marrawah, Bathurst Harbour, and so much more.

    July 31, 2015 at 3:06 am

    I’ve been daydreaming about my December trip to Tasmania for months. Definitely bookmarking this list — the Three Capes Trek has been on my radar for awhile now, but I didn’t know about Tasmania’s lavender fields or bioluminescence! Seriously can’t wait.

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    July 31, 2015 at 12:58 am

    WOW! Tasmania has always been on my list, and this only makes me want to visit more. Thanks for the awesome ideas!

    July 31, 2015 at 12:25 am

    Just the Air Walk from the South? 🙁 Brook, you can spend 3 weeks down here just exploring the South and Far South and you have seen only a fraction of what we have … 🙂

    Malena Permentier
    July 31, 2015 at 12:11 am

    Oh men! You make me want to book a ticket straight away 🙂

    X Malena

    Saakshi Kumar
    July 30, 2015 at 11:23 pm

    Those pictures. I got nothing to say about them. Beyond beautiful. You just made me fall in love real deep with Tasmania. Thank you for that. 🙂

    July 30, 2015 at 11:12 pm

    OH MY GOD!

    Lindi Jarman
    July 30, 2015 at 10:19 pm

    All these, plus plus plus!
    Reliquaire at Latrobe
    Seahorse World and also the Platypus House at Beauty Point
    the Pilot Station and Museum at Low Head
    The museum at Zeehan
    Bruny Island Cruise into the Southern Ocean
    ALL of Bruny Island (the vineyard, Get Shucked Oysters, the Smoke House, Bruny Island Cheese, etc etc)
    The Cherry Shed (the BEST cherry ice cream and Cherry Port and cherry relish)
    The Wall at Derwent Bridge (100 metres of 3 metre high carved sculpture panels showing the history of the area)
    The Apple Shed in the Huon Valley for great apple cider tastings

    So far, we have spent a total of 8 weeks there, and we haven’t seen everything yet!

    July 30, 2015 at 9:55 pm

    This list would’ve been perfect for me at the beginning of the year. Realising how much I missed out on now 🙁


    July 30, 2015 at 9:39 pm

    isnt Tasmania amazing? How many of these places have you been? Great to read such a positive review on the apple isle!

    Nigel Barwick
    July 30, 2015 at 8:49 pm

    Lovely pictures. I am truly Tasmanian 70 plus yrs and I’ve been to all of those places over the yrs and every time it is just as beautiful. Thank you for the memories.

    Kuriappan Mathew
    July 30, 2015 at 8:48 pm

    Welcome to India, more specifically Kerala, Gods Own Country 🙂 If you are visiting will surely specify the most beautiful and adventurous places all over India.

    Growing Positive
    July 30, 2015 at 8:47 pm

    These places look phenmomenal! Such great photography, would love to go to a place like this! Did you actually do all of these? thanks for the list, will definitely look back on this if I ever go for a visit

    Britty Hercus
    July 30, 2015 at 7:37 pm

    Hey Brooke! Thanks so much for doing this list, it’s amazing! Born and bred in Melbourne, I’ve explored a fair bit of the Australian mainland, but am yet to venture south. I’m now planning an epic road trip to tick all these off! Love your blog – it’s fabulous! I’m heading to the USA next week for the second time this year, your blog has been so helpful with many tips I’ve taken on board! Thanks again! ☺️ B xx

    James Spencer
    July 30, 2015 at 7:10 pm

    Sooooo many of these still to do! 😀

    EmilyAnne (Eat All Over The World)
    July 30, 2015 at 6:25 pm

    Oh this is perfect! We were just talking today about we wanted to go to Tassie for Christmas! Thanks!

    July 30, 2015 at 5:09 pm

    Amazing list! I’ll definitely put some of your tips on my bucket list! Thank you 🙂

    July 30, 2015 at 4:54 pm

    Liffey Falls and Devils Gullet are amazing spots, too!

    July 30, 2015 at 4:44 pm

    Wow! that is an impressive list, we are heading there for 1 week in November for a road-trip and can’t wait!! I think I am most looking forward to Cradle Mountain 🙂

    Btw not sure if it is just me, but some of your photos came out really tiny??

    Marcello Marchioli
    July 30, 2015 at 3:51 pm

    What an awesome list Brooke. As someone who lives and was born in Tasmania, I seriously need to see more of it!