Tourism Tasmania
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Kelvedon Beach, Tasmania

Australia’s smallest state over-delivers on unforgettable experiences. With unique guided wilderness adventures ahead of you, colourful local characters to meet, haunting history to discover - and the reputation as a food lover's playground to test - you’ll be spoiled for choice on a visit to Tasmania.

Travel guides

Tasmania, your winter playground

No other Australian state gives you the ability to disconnect in the middle of nature one day and indulge in the culture of the city the next. From exploring the vast beaches and plump seafood on the East Coast, the fresh mountain air in the North West or the urban vibe in Hobart and the South – Tasmania is open to just about anything during the Off Season.

And with so many self-drive journeys the freedom to uncover Tasmania’s rich arts and cultural life, wine regions and authentic fresh produce or beautiful landscapes and diverse wildlife, means there’s a trail to match every passion.

Qantas is now flying to Tasmania from Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Canberra and Brisbane. Now is the time to book your Tasmania escape today.

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Discover Tasmania’s Best Road Trips

Boat on river, Western Wilds, Tasmania

About the Western Wilds

Tasmania’s Western WildsOpens external site in a new window is globally recognised for its wilderness landscapes. The rainforests and alpine plains, imposing mountains and deep glacial valleys, wild rivers and windswept coasts and the unique flora and fauna of the UNESCO Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.


Ghost Rock vineyard, Tasmania

About Northern Forage

Bordered by the wild coastline of the Bass Strait, a road trip across Tasmania’s Northern ForageOpens external site in a new window is a chance to relax, discover rural towns or coastal getaways or follow your food from paddock to plate at some of the most beautiful farms and regions in Australia.

Bridestowe Lavender Estate, Tasmania

About the Heartlands

A journey through the HeartlandsOpens external site in a new window of Tasmania will allow you to step back in time, as you uncover a region rich in history and stories. Take a detour on convict-built roads, uncover the Georgian-era facades and architecture and follow country roads dotted with old-fashioned country hospitality.

Bay of Fires, Tasmania

About the Great Eastern Drive

The Great Eastern DriveOpens external site in a new window is one of Tasmania’s most eye-watering drives. When you journey along the coast, take in the magnificent bays, quaint seaside villages and national parks with some of country’s best walking tracks and wildlife.

Huon Valley, Tasmania

About Southern Edge

A journey through the Southern EdgeOpens external site in a new window in Tasmania is framed by picturesque ocean views and defined by river and sea. Uncover D’Entrecasteaux Channel coves, stop by the Huon Valley’s farm-gate stalls and cider houses of and then detour by ferry for freshly shucked oysters and freshly-made cheeses on Bruny Island.

Learn about First Nation cultures in Tasmania first nations tour

Cultural experiences

Discover the true spirit of Australia. Follow the trails and explore sites, stories, history of Australia’s First Nation cultures.

Visit our guide and book a tour of cultural experiences in Tasmania.

Learn about First Nation cultures in Tasmania