On the Road Tasmania - - News -

(in no par­tic­u­lar or­der)

1 Bay of Fires

Feel the sand be­tween your toes along a mag­i­cal coast­line named by To­bias Furneaux, cap­tain of the Ad­ven­ture – a ship in James Cook’s fleet dur­ing his sec­ond global voy­age.

2 Bicheno Pen­guin Tour

Get up close to lit­tle pen­guins as they come ashore at night in Bicheno.

3 Fr­eycinet Marine Farm

Taste some of Tas­ma­nia’s best seafood – oys­ters, mus­sels, scal­lops, abalone and rock lob­ster – lo­cated on the pic­turesque Fr­eycinet Penin­sula.

4 Wine­glass Bay

At Wine­glass Bay sit back and take in one of Aus­tralia’s pret­ti­est beaches while en­joy­ing a bot­tle of sauvi­gnon blanc from a lo­cal win­ery.

5 East Coast Na­ture­world

With 150 acres of for­est, la­goon and beach frontage, en­joy a pleas­ant af­ter­noon wan­der­ing around the grounds to see Tas­ma­nian wildlife, birdlife and flora up close.

6 Pier­mont

Savour a re­mark­able meal at this award-win­ning restau­rant over­look­ing Great Oys­ter Bay, near Swansea.

7 An­sons Bay

Watch the sun­rise at this tran­quil ham­let in the Bay of Fires area.

8 Tas­man Penin­sula

Join a cruise to Cape Hauy to watch rock climbers scal­ing the Totem Pole, a slen­der sea stack ris­ing 65m straight out of the ocean.

9 St He­lens

Try your luck at deep-sea fish­ing on a char­ter boat from the har­bour.

Mt Wil­liam Na­tional Park

Search for en­demic Forester kan­ga­roos, echid­nas and black cock­a­toos in the rugged Blue Tier For­est Re­serve within Mt Wil­liam Na­tional Park.


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