Tasmania Travel Guide

Come to Tasmania to indulge in history, vast wilderness areas, Australia’s most spectacular mountains, beautiful beaches and the freshest food and wine imaginable.  Separated from mainland Australia by the 150 miles stretch of Bass Strait, Tasmania is a green island of wild, mountainous and beautiful landscapes, with friendly, welcoming people.  You’ll find a temperate climate; quality cool-climate wines and food; a spirited history; and a creative arts community; all in a relaxed lifestyle.

More than 40 per cent of the island is protected as World Heritage Area, national parks and reserves. And because Tasmania is so compact it is easy to walk through an ancient alpine meadow in the morning and be on Tasmania Australia, Tasmania Travel Guide, Tasmania beaches, Australia beaches, things to do in Tasmania, best hotels in Tasmania, best restaurants in Tasmania, best bars in Tasmaniaa pure white beach in the afternoon.  The island is home to just 500,000 people, and is beautiful, yet with an intimate feel.  The capital, Hobart, is home to the world’s best art galleries.  You can drive anywhere on the island and go from beach-lined coasts to World Heritage mountain areas within just a few hours.

Families will enjoy walking across the suspension bridge at the Launceston Cataract Gorge & First Basin, while adrenaline junkies can hike Wellington Park’s Organ Pipes or embark on a multi-day trek along Cradle Mountain’s Overland Track. Freycinet National Park is an ideal spot for water sports like snorkeling and kayaking, and once the sun goes down, you can get your heart pounding during an evening ghost tour of the Port Arthur Historic Site. In between sightseeing and exploring your surroundings, you’ll find a variety of shops and art galleries, as well as eateries that serve fresh seafood and produce alongside locally made wines, beers, ciders and spirits.  Our Tasmania Travel Guide will provide you with everything you need to start planning your vacation to beautiful Tasmania.   For a complete list of the best beaches on the island of Tasmania, << Click Here >>.

Weather (When to Go)

The best time to visit Tasmania is between December and February, Australia’s summer season. Though crowds are at their thickest and room rates at their highest, these months offer the most comfortable temperatures for enjoying the island’s abundant outdoor activities. Additionally, summer is filled with food and culture festivals. If you’re hoping to hike but want to save some money, consider visiting in late spring (October and November) or early fall (March and April). June, July and August are also months where you’re more likely to find accommodation and airfare deals, but you’ll want to pack appropriate attire and snow boots to help you cope with the region’s chilly temps and ample snow.

Entry & Exit Requirements

To visit Tasmania, you will need a valid U.S. passport and a visa. If you’re staying in Australia for less than 90 days, you can apply for your Electronic Travel Authority (an electronic, label-free visa) on the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection’s website. Some airlines and travel agents can apply for an Electronic Travel Authority on your behalf.

Getting Around Tasmania

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Cycling Tasmania is one of the best ways to get close to nature. Roads are generally in good shape, and traffic outside the cities is light. If you’re prepared for occasional steep climbs and strong headwinds, you should enjoy the experience immensely.  Bike rental is available in the larger towns, and a number of operators offer multi-day cycling tours or experiences such as mountain biking down Kunanyi/Mt Wellington in Hobart.  Bicycle helmets are required in Tasmania, as are white front lights and red rear lights if you’re riding in the dark.

By Boat

There are a few regional ferries around Tasmania, accessing the islands off the island.

Bruny Island Ferry Vehicle/passenger ferry running at least 10 times a day from Kettering to Bruny Island in Tasmania’s southeast.

Furneaux Freight Small weekly passenger and car ferry from Bridport in Tasmania’s northeast to Lady Barron on Flinders Island.

Encounter Maria Island Runs at least three ferries daily from Triabunna on the east coast to Maria Island National Park; carries passengers and bicycles.

By Bus

Tasmania has a reasonable bus network connecting the major towns and centers, but weekend services can be infrequent. There are more buses in summer than in winter, but smaller towns are still not serviced terribly frequently. Small operators run useful services along key tourist routes and to smaller regional towns. The two main players – Tassielink and Redline – don’t currently offer multi-trip bus passes.

By Car

Getting around Tasmania with a car is pretty straightforward thanks to the island’s compact size and well-maintained roads, which are generally uncrowded. Road signs are in English, and Americans only need a valid U.S. driver’s license to drive in Australia. Some Tasmanian customs are different than those found in the U.S. Locals drive on the left side of the road, gas is sold by the liter – most gas stations are open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily – and distances are measured in kilometers.

Area Attractions

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The Port Arthur Historic Site is the best-preserved convict settlement in Australia and among the most significant convict era sites in the world. It has won many awards and has been called one of Australia’s great tourism destinations. The Site combines rich history and scenic beauty to tell the stories of the harsh discipline and determined industry of the settlement. It is a place to discover Australian history and connect with the origins of Australian culture.

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About 7.5km south of Port Arthur is Remarkable Cave, a long tunnel eroded from the base of a collapsed gully, under a cliff and out to sea. The waves surge through the tunnel and fill the gully with sea spray (and sometimes water – watch out!). A boardwalk and 115 steps provide access to a metal viewing platform. Believe it or not, hardcore surfers often brave the cave, paddling out through the opening to surf the offshore reefs beyond.


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The Cape Bruny Lighthouse is the most iconic & dominant landmark on Bruny Island. Nestled on the sea-cliff tops in the South Bruny National Park, at the southern top of Bruny Island. Built from 1836 she sits proud, overlooking the craggy coastlines of Southern Tasmania. This is the southernmost lighthouse tour in Australia. The tours operate daily. For just $15 you will hear stories of shipwrecks, convicts and how the lighthouse keepers performed their daily duties. Learn how the lighthouse was built and experience the wild ocean and sea cliff views from above.

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Wineglass Bay is one of Tasmania’s most photographed beauty spots and it’s easy to see why. Part of the Freycinet National Park, the bay is simply flawless – a perfect crescent of dazzling white sand and sparkling blue water set against pink and grey granite peaks known as The Hazards. Just remember that ocean temperatures can be chilly even at the height of summer, so a light wet suit is recommended if you want to spend any time in the water whether swimming or snorkeling.

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Famous for its crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches and orange lichen-covered granite boulders, the Bay of Fires is one of Tasmania’s most popular conservation reserves. The Bay of Fires conservation area extends along the coast from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north.  The Bay of Fires area contains rocky gullies, with many small secluded beaches and inlets to explore. Binalong Bay is the area’s main beach – a beautiful stretch of white sand and clear water for swimming, snorkeling, surfing or simply relaxing.  There’s a wealth of local wildlife to discover, too, including birds that can be encountered on self-guided and guided walks. The area is renowned for game fishing, with numerous boat ramps. The offshore reefs contain rich marine biodiversity that attracts divers and snorkelers.

Things to Do

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Discover Freycinet! Tasmaia’s greatest sea kayaking destination The Freycinet Paddle- explore the breathtaking coastline of Freycinet National Park by sea kayak on this relaxed guided, award winning tour. Listed #4 Things to do before you die, in Australia For more information call 03 6257 0500, or visit them on the web at Freycinet Adventures.

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Step aboard Schouten Passage II for an unforgettable 4.5 hour cruise. Let our experienced and friendly crew guide you through the sights and history of the Freycinet Peninsula; taking you from the gentle shores of Coles Bay, to one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Stop for lunch at Wineglass Bay and enjoy some of Tasmania’s finest fresh produce with a grazing platter served to you. Let go of the every day and absorb the serenity of your destination. The scenery is stunning, the wildlife abundant, and you will experience a rare, intimate outlook on one of Tasmania’s most extraordinary places.  For more information call 03 6257 0355, or visit them on the web at Wineglass Bay Cruises.

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Join them on their 3-4hour Seal & Ocean Expedition and observe wild Fur Seals and other marine life underwater with mask & snorkel, wearing dry suits on top of your clothes, safely suspended on our floating sea-view platform. Rather stay on top of it? On their 2-hour Coastal Adventure, you will get to see beautiful caves, stunning cliff formations and amazing wildlife. They ensure minimal impact on the environment and by joining their tour, you help support our marine and wildlife conservation projects.  For more information call +61 473 770 416, or visit them on the web at Wild Ocean Tasmania.

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Their PADI 5 Star Dive Center is situated on the Tasman Peninsula in southeastern Tasmania at only 1 hour from Hobart. Eaglehawk neck is the gateway to the spectacular Three Capes Track or the historical site of Port Arthur Convict settlement. They can offer you a great diversity of world-class scuba diving sites in this area, including the famous Cathedral Cave, the historic wreck SS “Nord”, or the magical sponge garden at Sisters’ rocks. Dive with very playful Fur Seals or meet the bizarre Weedy Seadragon. They have sites suitable for divers of all levels of experience from novice to technical.  For more information call 03 6250 3566, or visit them on the web at Eagle Hawk Dive Centre.

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They offer safe and exciting tours using ATVs. Traverse the iconic Henty Dunes carved out of the landscape by the legendary roaring 40 winds.Take a short walk to ocean beach admire the view hear the waves crash onto the beach. Take the Sunset Tour to the magic Macquarie Heads view the birds marvel at the stunning beauty sit back enjoy our Tasmanian Gourmet Hamper as we watch the sunset. Take your cameras and binoculars, go for adventure, fun, laughter or just cruise along at your pace.  For more information call +61 407 343 797, or visit them on the web at Strahan ATV Adventures.

Best Rated Area Restaurants

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$$$$  Stillwater

Located in Launceston, this award-winning restaurant serves up contemporary Tasmanian cuisine along with an indulgent five-course evening menu. The beautifully restored 1830’s flour mill has exquisite views over the Tamar River, and is known for its professional service and wonderful cuisine. Stillwater is Tasmania’s most awarded regional restaurant with a flair for local seafood, including oysters and calamari, but with equally great meat and vegetable dishes. For more information call 03 6331 4153, or visit them on the web at Stillwater.

$$$$  The Source

This restaurant is part of the MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) on the Derwent River. You will be dazzled by the French-influenced cuisine. Dishes are playful, rich and daring. To find out what this place is all about, choose the nine-course menu which includes dishes such as pan-fried scallops, whole roast duck, rabbit sausage and venison. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. The wine list here is truly impressive, so make the most of this by ordering one of the great selection from Australia, New Zealand and further afield.  For more information call 03 6277 9900, or visit them on the web at The Source.

$$ – $$$  Mud Bar & Restaurant

Overlooking the Tamar River in the old seaport, Mud Bar & Restaurant is a laid-back place for an evening drink, a long relaxed lunch or a more formal dinner. The menu is the sort of thing you might find in any good gastro pub: lemongrass chicken curry, slow roasted lamb and grilled salmon. Make sure you have the oysters here — they’re sensational. Mud has a good selection of Tasmanian wine by the glass, plus local beers, ciders and cocktails. For more information call 03 6334 5066, or visit them on the web at Mud Bar & Restaurant.

$$$ – $$$$  Black Cow Bistro

This eatery is reminiscent of those great New York steak joints, but the premium beef on offer here is defiantly Tasmanian. While the bistro does offer a token, non-meat option, you come here for the steaks which are large and succulent. The kitchen uses only aged beef from northern Tasmania. Choose from porterhouse, rump, scotch fillet or rib eye. Try the grass-fed Wagyu from Robbins Island – a carnivore’s dream. Kick off your meal with a dozen freshly-shucked Moulting Bay oysters. For more information, call 03 6331 9333, or visit them on the web at Black Cow Bistro.

$  Preachers

It may be a casual bar-restaurant vibe, but Preachers is a Hobart institution and rightfully deserves its place on a ‘best eats’ list. Preachers is a backyard type of affair (quite literally) and does some of the most mouth-watering salads, burgers, and fries in town. Open nightly with a fun and care-free al fresco and an on-trend atmosphere, Preachers makes for a great mid-week dinner or casual dinner date spot.  For more information call 03 6223 3621, or visit them on the web at Preachers.

Best Bars

The Brunswick Hotel

As the second oldest pub in Australia, The Brunswick Hotel has tonnes of history and is a favorite of locals who love to kick back in a casual, know-the-bartender-by-their-first-name sort of environment. Perfect for a mid-week pint or afternoon hangout on the weekend, this local watering hole is perfectly set in the center of town with affordable hotel accommodation, too.  For more information call 03 6234 4981, or visit them on the web at The Brunswick Hotel.

Hobart Brewing Company

Hobart Brewing Co. is one of the best places for beer lovers to seek out when in Hobart. Independently created, this bar-cum-brewery is synonymous with local lovers of that golden goodness, with exciting and unusual beer options spotlighting Tasmanian brews. Brewery tours are available, too, for those who really want to ‘nerd out’ on all that hoppy goodness.  For more information call 03 6231 9779, or visit them on the web at Hobart Brewing Company.


Preachers is a loose little local spot for the hipsters and hanger-outers. With a great open-plan back garden featuring an old-school school bus, this place is laid-back and on-trend. With beers, burgers, and board games aplenty, this is the perfect spot for a mid-week drink or as a day-to-night venue for the weekend.  For more information call 03 6223 3621, or visit them on the web at Preachers.

Tavern 42 Degrees South

Tavern 42 Degrees South (T42º) is one of Hobart’s leading bar venues. With waterfront views, this stunning contemporary venue is the perfect place for evening cocktails overlooking the water. Chic and cosmopolitan, the bar also serves up stylish plates of fantastic Australian-international fusion fare. A nightclub and wine bar are also featured within its walls.  For more information call 03 6224 7742, or visit them on the web at Tavern 42 Degrees South.

IXL Long Bar

IXL Long Bar is the perfect place to escape to when in search of creative cocktails in a contemporary and cultured setting. Part of the renowned The Henry Jones ‘art hotel’, the bar is suitably stylish, attracting a cool clientele who sip on curious concoctions made by award-winning mixologists.  For more information call 03 6210 7700, or visit them on the web at IXL Long Bar.

Best Hotels

MONA Pavilions

Mona Pavilions is located on a private peninsula on the Derwent River, it offers a heated lap pool and on-site restaurant.  All pavilions at Mona feature a spa bath, state-of-the-art kitchen and laundry facilities. The bathrooms have under-floor heating. Each living area and bedroom has a TV and iPod dock.  Boasting panoramic views of the Derwent River, each Mona Pavilion has an individual wine cellar and is decorated with artworks from the Mona collection.  Guest facilities include a sauna and a fitness center. There is a micro-brewery and a winery at the property. Free Wi-Fi is available.  The Source Restaurant serves breakfasts prepared with local products from small producers. The Cellar Door offers guests a taste of the wines and beers produced at Mona. For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit MONA Pavilions.

Hadley’s Orient Hotel

​Hadley’s Orient Hotel was originally built by convict labor in 1834 and plays host to almost two centuries of stories, scandals and secrets to be explored.  Tucked behind the original Heritage listed façade in the hear of Hobart’s CBD are 71 elegantly appointed accommodation suites, hotel rooms and stunning event spaces. ​ Step inside and be enchanted by the stunning chandeliers, vintage wallpaper and charming atmosphere. They look forward to meeting you.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit Hadley’s Orient Hotel.

Peppers Silo

Designed within the original silos and the new North tower are beautifully appointed modern hotel rooms with all of the modern amenities. Plush interiors are decorated with earthy tones to compliment the surrounds and offer in-room complimentary WiFi, LCD TV with Chromecast and Foxtel channels, mini bar and guest en-suite. Taking in sweeping views over the meandering river, the Gorge River Rooms and Premier Suites boast private balconies where you can soak in Launceston’s natural ambiance.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit Peppers Silo.

The Henry Jones Art Hotel

At the Henry Jones Art Hotel history and art collide. Hobart’s oldest waterfront warehouses have been thoughtfully reimagined as Australia’s first dedicated art hotel. Located in the Hunter Street precinct, the hotel blends modernity with an industrial past. Decadent elliptical spas bubble underneath rough-sawn timber trusses. Blackwood-lined boardrooms have been refashioned into stately, indulgent suites.  The precinct hums with galleries, award-winning restaurants, bars and cafes. Hotel views capture the bustling port with kunanyi/Mount Wellington beyond.  Attention to every guest is unique – much like the 500 contemporary Tasmanian artworks lining the hotel walls. For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit The Henry Jones Art Hotel.

Salamanca Wharf Hotel

Salamanca Wharf Hotel is a contemporary self-contained boutique apartment hotel offers its visitors ultimate comfort and convenience within one of the oldest and most beautiful precincts in Australia.  Salamanca Wharf Hotel has been awarded a ‘Stellar Stays’ property, earning a place among the top 3% of over 800,000 properties worldwide.  The Salamanca Wharf Hotel has been designed to provide guests with every modern comfort and convenience in a beautiful, self-contained apartment. Our Hotel provides the option of cooking or laundering for yourself if you desire, or simply using it as a traditional hotel room with the bonus of some extra space to stretch out, do some work or conduct a meeting. All this within Tasmania’s premier entertainment precinct – Salamanca.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit the Salamanca Wharf Hotel.


  1. LYNNE

    Wow, this post of yours certainly gave me the desire to visit Tasmania! Such rugged beauty. I would definitely want to go in the summer as I am not a cold-weather fan! I love that the cave is named the Remarkable Cave! Everyone must’ve just been saying how remarkable was, so it acquired the name. It is definitely something that I would want to see if I were able to ever visit!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You will have to visit Tasmania Lynne, it is just one of those bucket list items worth vacationing too, especially if you like nice sunny warm weather. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Stewart Bibby

    Wow, yes! I had no idea Tasmania has this much to offer. It’s amazing and I think this review says it all.
    My wife and I have been thinking of visiting Australia in the next 2 years, but you may have just changes]d my mind.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Tasmania is a wonderful place, and yes with so much to offer. You and your wife will enjoy for sure. Please let me know if you need any additional information.

  3. John

    Australia has always been somewhere my wife and I have wanted to visit. Tasmania looks like an ideal location to tick Australia off my bucket list.
    thanks for the great post, definitely given us something to think about.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome John, thank you for visiting Beach Travel Destinations. Come on back when you are ready to start planning!

  4. Nathalie

    Thanks so much for this great travel guide! Tasmania looks amazing! Such a beautiful place. We recently started cycling and this is for sure another plus to visit Tasmania soon.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Oh yes Nathalie, biking here would be so beautiful. I could see myself trekking all over Tasmania and enjoying the scenery and beaches along the way. I just need a couple months time to do it!

  5. Steven Rinker

    Hi Leahrae!

    I’m booking my trip just to try out Hobart Brewing Company!! Ha! Tasmania looks like a place that needs to be added to the bucket list. So beautiful..And who needs a guide? I can just print this out and use it as my guide. You covered everything!


    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad I could help Steve, and yes why not book it just for the Hobart Brewing Company 😀 You can have an amazing time while there! Thanks for stopping by.

  6. Wiebren

    Hi Leahrae, what a beautiful, informative post. Although I live in Australia, I have not yet made it to Tasmania, but it is definitely on my list. Thanks.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Wow, you are lucky to live in Australia. You do have to make it to Tasmania, just to get a feel for the different culture. I think you would enjoy! Thanks for visiting my Tasmania Travel Guide.

  7. thomas

    This was the best vacation review I’ve ever seen! If I ever decide to vacation that far away from the U.S. I know where I’m going. So informative, beautiful, and extremely easy to use. I feel like I could visit only this site and feel confident going on a cross world vacation.
    Thank you for putting this together. I REALLY want to go to Tasmania now!!!

    Leahrae- the virtual travel agent 🙂

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes Thomas, I can be your virtual travel agent 🙂 I love doing this sort of thing, and I know how to save the money, yet put together a great vacation. Please let me know if you have any other questions, or need help with your vacation planning!

  8. Brandon

    Tasmania looks so beautiful! I really enjoy your site Leahrae! There are so many places I wish to visit and your site has hit the spot! Keep ’em coming.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Ok Brandon, I will! Thanks for continuing to visit Beach Travel Destinations.

  9. John

    Australia is on my bucket list, now I am thinking that I should at least visit Tasmania when I am there, thanks for outlining the short warm season.
    You have outlined a few things to see, are there any other old structures to see besides the Port Arthur Historical site. I do like to explore old castles or buildings made from rock.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Oh yes, there are plenty of historical buildings/sites you can see besides the Port Arthur Historical Site. You can also see the Hobart Convict Penitentiary, Woolmer’s Estate, the Runnymede House, the C.H Smith Building Launceston, and the Coal Mines Historic Site. This is not a complete list, so you can really have a great time checking out historical sites if you’d like. Thanks for reading my Tasmania Travel Guide.

  10. Mick Krug

    Wow, Tasmania is a beautiful island. Plenty to do there. Wineglass Bay looks very inviting in the picture. You would think the water would be warmer during the summer. According to your pictures and the video there is plenty of fauna to see on Tasmania. Remarkable cave looks very interesting to explore. Tasmania looks like a great place to visit. You provide another excellent video!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Tasmania is beautiful Mick, and Wineglass Bay is a must see when there. I am glad you enjoyed the video as well. Please let me know if you need any additional information.

  11. Rob

    Hey Leahrae, I have to say that Tasmania is really awesome! I’m looking at the Remarkable cave and the lighthouse. I would love to go there and experience these places. While it’s hard to pick just one, Wineglass Bay would be the best one for me! It’s beautiful! I would take so many pictures and videos for sure! This is a once in a lifetime trip for me! Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful place Leahrae! 🙂

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Rob, and Wineglass Bay is highly photographed for it’s beauty, and definitely has to be on the itinerary along with the Remarkable cave and lighthouse. All three are worth visiting for sure. I am glad you enjoyed reading my Tasmania Travel guide.

  12. Skip

    Amazing rundown! I love the depth of this, you cover the entire experience. From the beach to the restaurants, and Tasmania–excellent destination. I’m ready to go, I’ve always wanted to visit Australia, this gives me a reason to finally follow through. Thanks.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Skip, everyone needs to make at least one trip to Australia….I guess unless of course, you do not like warm weather, beautiful beaches and all. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

  13. Daniella

    WOW, Tasmania is so beautiful! I have never been there. But now that I see all these stunning images, I won’t miss this place for anything in this world! The Wineglass Bay is so beautiful!
    The Wineglass Cruise is really attractive. I wonder if it’s possible to stay a few nights on the cruise. I will get in touch with the cruise agency, but for the meantime. Do you think we will be able to stay for several days? That would be fantastic!

    Thank you in advance.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I agree that Tasmania is beautiful. A place most would not consider or know about for sure. I do not know if they have overnight cruises, I don’t believe so, but I know there are companies that do. I will do some research and email you the companies that do offer this. Yes, it would be fantastic to stay on Wineglass Bay for several days, I agree!

  14. Montana

    Wow! This place looks beautiful! Australia has never really been high on my bucket list – but after reading this it really peaks my interests now!
    Thanks for this! 🙂

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Montana! Thanks for visiting my Tasmania Travel Guide and glad you enjoyed. I hope you can make it there soon!


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