NOT TO BE MISSED
(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.
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.