Hartz Mountains National Park, Raminea TAS, Australia
Hartz Mountain National Park
A window into the south-west wilderness with features including small glacial lakes, waterfalls off dolerite ranges and a variety of vegetation from we eucalypt forest to alpine heath on exposed mountain tops. Some great walks to navigate!
Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs, Hastings Caves Road, Hastings TAS, Australia
Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs
Spacious and well-lit dolomite caves with spectacular subterranean formations including flowstone, stalactites, columns, shawls, stalagmites and the unusual helictites. Join a tour with a Parks and Wildlife guide.
Cockle Creek, Tasmania, Australia
The furthest point you can drive in Australia! Its rich history can be found today in Aboriginal sites, abandoned tramways, gravestones and ruins.
Tahune Airwalk, Arve Road, Geeveston TAS, Australia
Walk among the treetops 50m above the ground, past rare species of King Billy Pine and Celery Top pine only found in Tasmania. Other forest walks complete the experience including the Huon Pine walk and don’t miss the Eagle Hang Gliding Adventure.
Kate Hill Wines, Dowlings Road, Huonville TAS, Australia
Hartzview Vineyard, Dillons Road, Gardners Bay TAS, Australia
Enjoy tastings including Pinot Noir, fruit ports and liqueurs as well as small goods. Tasmania’s rich heritage can be explored at the restored fruit pickers’ huts – home to workers and their families, and Italian Prisoners of War in the early 1900s.
Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia
Bruny Island is a nature lover, foodie and photographers’ dreamscape. North Bruny features rolling hills, bays and sheltered beaches. The iconic “Neck” isthmus, Lookout and penguin rookery. Is the gateway to South Bruny and its rugged, mountainous scenery, beaches, cliffs, the famous South Bruny National Park and historic Cape Bruny Lighthouse. Walk, drive, eat, drink, sample, picnic, tour and photograph the islands’ extraordinary beauty and fresh produce.