Tasmania

Tasmania indulges in isolation. Come to Tasmania and be pampered by the history, the vast wilderness areas, the spectacular mountains of Australia, the stunning beaches and the freshest food and wines.

If you wanna travel around Australia on your own, then you should definitely consider Tasmania. Tasmania is the smallest state of Australia far down in the South. Read on to find out why solo traveling around...
Accessible only by plane or ferry from Melbourne, the smallest state in Australia is a must-see destination! 21% of the territory is occupied by national parks. The landscapes of the island are very different from the Australian Outback. Here...
Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park is one of Tasmania's jewels and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Covering 160,000 hectares, this park is full of glaciers, rainforests, lakes, and wildlife. Cradle Mountain is a must-see in Tasmania. In...
Hobart in Tasmania has a friendly atmosphere and a colonial charm. Established in 1804, it is the second oldest city in Australia and also the most picturesque. Formerly called Van Diemen's Land, it was built when 35 convicts and...
Cradle Mountain - Lake St. Clair National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the wonders of the Australian state of Tasmania. On an area of ​​160,000 hectares, in the land of 3,000 lakes, you will discover...

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