Tasmania is wild!  …Wildlife, wine and history.
Tasmania is still a wild place. More than a fifth of the island is beautiful wilderness.  Tasmania was settled by a rough assortment of convicts, miners and whalers who’ve left traces of their history at scenic sites around the island.

Hobart:  was founded in 1803 and offers Victorian charm of a city with riverfront cobblestone streets Stretching along the shore of the Derwent River.  Enjoy exploring and having lunch at an outdoor café,

  • Salamanca Outdoor Market - Australia’s best – Saturday 8:30am-3pm.
  • Art Galleries – Museum of New and Old Art 30 min by ferry – fun!
  • Tasmania's wonderful food and wine culture. – yummy.
  • Port Arthur- Cruise and historic tour learn about life as a mid-19th century prisoner –yikes!

Out and about Tasmania

Hike from one comfortable lodge to the next in Cradle Mountain - Then explore the rugged peaks and mirrored lakes of World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain and the Overland Track and see Mount Ossa, Tasmania’s highest mountain.   Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay where you can kayak, swim or scuba right off the sandy shore. Flinders Island – ship wrecks and diamonds  Launceston: Located in Northern Tasmaia it is the third oldest city in the nation with a history form The magical wilderness of Cataract Gorge. Where you can hike, abseil, rock climb or hang glide on and around the gorge’s dramatic walls. 

Accommodations in Tasmania are so varied and unique that it would be hard not to find a favorite to match your personality….. or try different styles just for fun.

  • Converted Workers Cottages
  • Charming Victorian bed and breakfasts and elegant Georgian Houses,
  • Converted Wharf warehouses now stunning modern loft accommodations
  • Five Star lodges