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is an island separated from mainland Australia by the
240 km stretch of Bass Strait with spectacular scenery,
a rich heritage and superb food and wine. It's an island
made for touring - and the best way to explore is in
a comfortable, spacious, self-contained motorhome or
campervan from Tasmania Motorhomes. Getting
to Tasmania can be by ferry or plane.
the Apple Island as it is also known in a quality Motorhome
or Campervan hire rental. We have an itinerary
from Hobart to Hobart though you can vary from Launceston
or Davenport - check here for the Island
of Tasmania's distances and general information Tasmania.
Don't be constrained by time let yourself be the guide
and explore Tasmania.
drives Tasmania’s network of highways allows you to
loop around the island using a combination of routes.
The road to the west coast (A10) winds from Hobart to
Strahan through the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage
Area (WHA). You can follow the Bass Highway (A2) along
the north-west coast to the far north-west.
the east coast, the Tasman Highway (A3) takes you alongside
beaches and tiny seaside towns to Coles Bay and Freycient
National Park and on to St Helens. On the Lake Highway
(A5) you cross the "roof" of Tasmania - the Central
Plateau; while the Heritage Highway (Highway1) links
the historic Georgian midland villages. On the Arthur
Highway (A9) you travel the Tasman Peninsula to Port
Arthur and the Port Arthur Historic Site, while the
Huon Highway (A6) takes you to waterways and wilderness
south of Hobart. When driving a motorhome rental remember
about our Australian
eco policy, Tasmania's
road laws, suggested fuel prices and driving licences.
Acknowledgements: Scenic Drives is an extract from http://www.discovertasmania.com
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is a land abundant – a island of wild pristine landscapes;
friendly, folks; a pleasant, moderately seasonal temperate
climate; world stand wines
and rich cuisine and exquisite produce. With is
heritage and colonial history Tasmania boosts a friendly
and relaxed island lifestyle for your to experience
in your travels around the island. According
to travellers in search of excellence, Tasmania has
one of the world’s 10 best beaches (Wineglass Bay, ),
one of the world’s best little town (Strahan) one of
the world’s Sustainable Tourism Initiative. There are
so many things
to do in Tasmania from fishing, farms, wineries, parks,
activities and adventures.
warmer months are a good choice of time to visit Hobart
and tour around Tasmania especially during late summer
and autumn. Hobart is choice commencing point for vacation
around the island state of Tasmania. Hire a rental luxury
spacious campervan or motorhome with a toilet, shower,
airc onditioner from Hobart and consider 10 to 14 days
to be able to experience
the many things to do Tasmania or try our cultural
heritage with our events
such as arts, museums and sport in Tasmania and
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you book luxury or even budget rental camper van, motor
home, mobile homes or RV as they are also known hire
in Hobart through our Tasmania Motorhomes site, you
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who's brand is world renowned and at our best rates
- a wilderness adventure seekers paradise with numerous
internationally known heritage listed National Parks.
With one third of the State in World Heritage areas,
you will find parks and reserves to enjoy accessible
wilderness and nature. Tasmania is rich and vibrant
with it's unique fauna and flora species - many unique
to the island of Tasmania such as the Tasmanian Devil
Because of the well maintained road network, it is easy
to see many differing landscapes in a rather short time
line. Whether you have allocated a few days or say two
weeks, your touring will be rewarding and memorable.
some 20% of Tasmania is classified as a World Heritage
area of true outstanding natural and cultural significance.
Tasmanians breathe some of the world's cleanest air,
drink pure crystal clear water and grow mouth-watering
rich and vibrant produce from it's island's fertile
oceans and coastlines are also there for those diving.
There are hundreds of diving and snorkeling sites all
over Tasmania to suit all diving abilities . To find
the right site for you, visit www.divetasmania.com.au
or ask a local dive operator.
the Capital of Tasmania
the State’s capital in southern Tasmania, has a large
international airport a short drive from the city centre.
It is gateway to the historic Port Arthur, and the southern
capital, Hobart, is in the south of the island at latitude
42.5 degrees south. Maximum temperatures in winter average
12 degrees C, and in summer average 21.5 degrees C.
The mild temperate climate make the summer months ideal
for outdoor activity. Tasmania operates under Australian
Eastern Standard time. Hobart is on the Derwent river,
has one of the world's finest deep water harbours and
the majestic Mt Wellington in the background. The population
of the Hobart metropolitan area is 194,000.
Airport, located just 17 kilometres from Australia's
southern most capital city, provides an international
gateway to the island State's famous heritage.
information and a visitors guide on Hobart in Tasmania
Market is held in Hobart every Saturday between 8.30am
and 3pm – rain, hail or shine. Being Hobart’s popular
outdoor market you can join the locals for a shopping
experience with a difference. Salamanca Market is a
special place where you actually meet the people who
create, make or grow what they sell. You can shop here
for locally grown organic fruit and vegetables, freshly
cut flowers, fine Tasmanian arts and crafts and an array
of odds and ends. More
information on places, attractions and things to do
Market is held in Hobart every Saturday between
8.30am and 3pm – rain, hail or shine. Being Hobart’s
popular outdoor market you can join the locals for a
shopping experience with a difference. Salamanca Market
is a special place where you actually meet the people
who create, make or grow what they sell. You can shop
here for locally grown organic fruit and vegetables,
freshly cut flowers, fine Tasmanian arts and crafts
and an array of odds and ends.
the market take a short climb up the Kelly's Steps to
reach the Georgian Cottages and the village atmosphere
of Battery Point. Hobart's picturesque and famous waterfront
is also nearby across the Salamanca grassed lawns to
where hard-working fishing boats are berthed close to
cruising yachts and a square-rigger or two. More
information and a visitors guide on Salamanca in Hobart
Arthur has become one of Tasmania's most prominent
tourist destinations. The drive from Hobart to Port
Arthur takes approximately 1.5 hours. Port Arthur
is 95km (60 miles) south-east of Hobart on the Tasman
From Hobart, take the Tasman Highway to Sorell and then
the Arthur Highway. Though, it may take longer if you
take time to enjoy the scenery and stop to view the
attractions along the way.
information and a visitors guide on Port Arthur in Tasmania
- Come and take a step back in time and engulf yourself
in what it was life in the early life of a Tasmanian
and visit Australia's most delightful Georgian village
24kms from Hobart. Richmond is on Tasmania’s
More information and a visitors guide on Richmond in
Island is situated approx. 30km south of Hobart,
and is separated from the mainland of Tasmania by the
D'Entrecasteaux Channel. Bruny Island actually comprised
of 2 parts that being South Bruny and North Bruny which
are connected by a narrow strip of land called the ‘Neck'.
Bruny Island is about 50 km long. Apart from Adventure
Bay, the island's other tiny settlements are Lunawanna
and Alonnah. More
information and a visitors guide on Bruny Island in
is one of Tasmania’s three main cities and is the second
largest city and is the North of Tasmania. Launceston
has a large airport with daily flights connecting with
Melbourne and other major Australian cities. The state-managed
national park system stretches from Flinder’s Island
off Tasmania’s northern tip to Melaleuca in the far
south west and to Rocky Cape on the north west tip.
information and a visitors guide on Launceston in Tasmania
of the West Coast is unexplored wilderness, with
densely treed rainforests, valleys of unusual scrubland,
wild white water rivers with pristine and spectacular
rapids and ravines. More
information and a visitors guide on The West Coast and
Rosebery and Montezuma in TasmaniaFalls.....
seafaring connection with the mainland continues now
today through the Spirit of Tasmania, the only passenger
ferry operating across Bass Strait. Spirit of Tasmania
operates between Melbourne and Devonport, sailing from
both locations most nights and some days during peak
information and a visitors guide on Davenport Tasmania.....
Heritage Listed Cradle Mountain/Lake St. Clair National
Park is located approx. 80km
from Devonport (1¼ hrs), 110km from Burnie (1½
hrs), 140km from Launceston (2½ hrs) and 375km from
Hobart (4½ hrs). Allow additional travelling time during
More information and a visitors guide on Cradle Mountain
Lake St Clair National Park Tasmania.....
Valley is the region which gave Tasmania its name
– “The Apple Isle. At Ross
which is located between Hobart and Launceston. Ross
is a beautiful colonial heritage town in the heart of
Tasmania’s world-renowned wool-growing area, which has
on many occasions held the world-record price for a
bale of superfine Merino wool. More
information and a visitors guide on Ross and Houn
on a quiet bay of Macquarie Harbour, Strahan population
of 900 is a picturesque Tasmanian waterfront holiday
town and also a working fishing port Strahan is a seafood
lovers haven. Strahan is the major harbour town on Tasmania’s
wild west coast, and a excellent town to go to if you
want to explore the wild and beautiful World Heritage
information and a visitors guide on Strahan Tasmania.....
a small town with beautiful beaches and penguins galore.
When there maybe stay at the Old Tram Bed and Breakfast
located on the bay within walking distance of the penguins
and blowhole. More
information and a visitors guide on Bicheno Tasmania....
Bay in Tasmania sits at the foot of the pink granite
mountains known as the 'Hazards' and on the edge of
the world-renowned Freycinet National Park about
a two and 1/2 hours scenic drive from Hobart and Launceston
on the east coast of Tasmania.
National Park also has some stunning walks including
the 25-minute climb to the viewing platform over Wine
Glass Bay, regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches
in the world. Feel free to explore the park by foot
on any of the 7 great short walks located in the park
including the most celebrated 1 to 2 hour return walk
to Wineglass Bay Lookout. More
information and a visitors guide on Coles Bay and Freycinet
National Park Tasmania....
Field National Park - The Mt. Field National Park
is approximately an hour's drive past New Norfolk out
of Hobart some 80+ klm and 2 hours being a scenic drive
minutes drive northwest of Hobart on the Rivers Run
route or B61. Close to the Mt Field National Park entrance
are three main waterfalls being the Junee Falls, Marriotts
Falls, and the most popular and well-known Russell Falls
is one of Tasmania's most loved falls (insert). More
information and a visitors guide on Mt Field National
are over 3000 lakes, rivers and streams in Tasmania
so naturally it is an anglers paradise and regarded
as Australia’s premier wild trout fishing destination.
just embrace on Tasmanian country on horseback through
High Country with horse riding through areas where there
are bush tracks, quiet roads, horse trails and uncharted
bush. Well cared for horses and real Tasmanians to guide
you on these rides. More
information and a visitors guide on Horse Riding or
Fishing in Tasmania....
Overland Track is Tasmania’s recognised by many
as the most famous walking experience in Tasmania and
it is widely recognised as one of the world’s great
wilderness treks. It stretches along some pristine wildness
80 kilometres over Tasmania’s highland country through
the Cradle Mountain - Lake St. lair National Park starting
from Cradle Mountain. More
information and a visitors guide on The Overland Track
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