Travellers in the isolated island state of Tasmania find 3.4 million acres of protected wilderness areas. There are white-sand beaches on the ocean, and mountains and rainforests inland. The exotic wildlife includes the Tasmanian devil, a marsupial that lives nowhere else on Earth; as well as wombats and echidnas. Dolphin and seal sightings are common on the east coast. For your stay in Tasmania, we recommend the following hotels:
Tasmania offers opportunities for swimming, scuba diving, fishing, rafting, kayaking, sailboating, cruising and yachting. Among other options are bushwalking, bicycling, four-wheeling, hang-gliding, zip-lining, rock climbing, horseback riding, cave spelunking and snow skiing. The island produces and sells apples, seafood, cheese, bread, honey, nuts, truffles, stone fruit, craft beer, whisky, gin and wine. There are annual festivals celebrating wine, beer, food, music and the arts.
Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, is a small city with historical and cultural amenities. Two of the most popular attractions are the mostly underground Museum of Old and New Art, on the grounds of the Moorila Winery; and shops and galleries in the 19th century sandstone warehouses of Salamanca Place.
The town of Launceston is home to the beautiful Cataract Gorge, with its scenic vistas and gardens; and the Queen Victoria Museum, dedicated to Tasmanian history. Freycinet National Park boasts beaches, the picturesque Wineglass Bay and Honeymoon Cove, and a spectacular mountain range called the Hazards. To visit that places you can try the Top Rated Hotel Ridgeline Pottery
Most visitors get to Tasmania by flying to Hobart from Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane or the Gold Coast. There are also flights to Launceston and several other cities on the island. Taking a ferry from mainland Australia is an alternative.
If you want to stay near to Launceston Airport you have many options, for example:
Tasmania’s average daily high temperatures range from 21C in the summer to 12C in the winter. Considerably more rain falls on the West Coast and in the southwest part of the state. A day of touring Tasmania costs about AU$151. Meal expenses amount to about AU$25, and an average hotel room for a couple costs AU$190.