Tasmania - The Southeast (Chapter)
This is the Southeast chapter from Lonely Planet’s Tasmania guidebook.
Still harbours and misty valleys - Tasmania’s southeast has much to offer. The heartland of the Apple Isle, this fertile area now also produces cherries, apricots, Atlantic salmon, wines, mushrooms and cheeses. Courtesy of its southern latitudes and myriad waterways, the southeast is also known for its rainbows.
- drop out of mobile-phone reception on Bruny Island for a couple of days
- spelunk into the subterranean gloom at Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs
- pick up a bag of the Huon Valley’s finest at a roadside apple stall around Cygnet
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Margate, Kettering, Bruny Island, Woodbridge & around, Cygnet, Huonville & around, Geeveston, Arve Road & around, Hartz Mountains National Park, Dover, Southport, Lune River and Cockle Creek.
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