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Explore King Island

Tee off across the ocean on two of Australia’s greatest golf courses. Dine heartily in a restaurant with no food. Ponder the ocean’s power above the site of a shipwreck. Favoured by nature and flavoured by some of the nation’s best farmland, this is truly the king of islands.

Explore King Island

Explore the north west

Abundant produce, clever makers and epic wilderness – a journey in the north west is a feast for the senses. Follow your food from paddock to plate (or glass). Explore rugged coastlines and mysterious caves. And breathe deep. This is the cleanest air in the world.

Explore North West

Explore the west coast

This is a region of World Heritage-listed wilderness, of wild rivers and deep lakes, glacial valleys and windswept coasts. Plot a road trip through the Western Wilds, a drive journey full of detours and stories of convict courage and boom-and-bust mining fortunes. Remote. Raw. Untamed. Like nowhere else.

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Explore Hobart and the south

Old meets new in the island’s capital. Get caught up in history, lost in an underground gallery and dazzled by nature. This is a place of sea cliffs and big waves, tranquil rivers and alpine mountains, cosy bars and provocative art. This is the edge of the world.

Explore Hobart & South

Explore the east coast

Slow down. There’s a view around every corner and a long white-sand beach in between. This is the place to embrace simple luxuries – take time to pull over and follow a beach track, eat seafood at a fish shack, fall asleep with an ocean soundtrack.

Explore East Coast

Explore Launceston and the north

Imagine a vibrant food scene, plenty of cool-climate wine, and adventure in bucketloads. Follow a tasting trail or a wine trail. Take a hike in a city gorge or a ride in a rainforest. From farm gates to cellar doors, meet the makers of northern Tasmania.

Explore Launceston & North

Explore Flinders Island

Settle into island time. There are more than 120 beaches, and finding an empty one is easy. Snorkel in water as clear as air. Scale a mountain that rises direct from the sea. Find "diamonds" on a beach. This is a place where every driver waves, and time slows to the turn of the tides.

Explore Flinders Island

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Road Trip in Tasmania

From beautiful coastal drives to misty highland highways, foodie-themed routes, winery circuits and lonesome country backroads, Tasmanian road trips come in all shapes and sizes. Getting from A to B might not take all day, but you’re guaranteed some scenery and an adventure or two along the way.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Tasmanian Aboriginal people and their enduring custodianship of lutruwita (Tasmania).

We honour the uninterrupted care, protection and belonging to these islands and its skies and waterways, before the invasion and colonisation of European settlement.

As part of a tourism industry that welcomes visitors to these lands, we acknowledge our responsibility to represent to our visitors Tasmania’s deep and complex history, fully, respectfully and truthfully.

We acknowledge the Aboriginal people who continue to care for this country today.

We pay our respects to their elders, past and present.

We honour their stories, songs, art, and culture, and their aspirations for the future of their people and these lands.

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