Tasmania - The Southeast (Chapter)
This is the Southeast chapter from Lonely Planet’s Tasmania guidebook.
The quiet harbours and verdant valleys of Tasmania’s southeast have much to offer, particularly if you enjoy snacking leisurely from roadside produce stores: the southeast is abundant with cherries, apricots, Atlantic salmon, wines, mushrooms and cheese.
- forget the office, courtesy of a couple of days on Bruny Island
- paddle a sea-kayak over the glassy swells of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel
- restaurants and accommodation
- conjure up images of French explorers’ tall ships anchored in remote Recherche Bay
Coverage includes: Margate, Kettering, Bruny Island, Woodbridge, Cygnet, Huonville & around, Geeveston, Arve Road & Tahune Forest Reserve, Hartz Mountains National Park, Dover, Southport, Hastings Caves & Thermal Springs, Lune River and Cockle Creek.
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