Australia - Tasmania (Chapter)
This is the Tasmania chapter from Lonely Planet’s Australia guidebook.
Tasmania is compact enough to ‘do’ in a few weeks and layered enough to keep bringing you back. Look forward to plentiful wildlife and vast tracts of virgin wilderness, superb gourmet food and wine, a flourishing arts scene and impressive colonial architecture.
- meander lazily through the labyrinth of stalls at Hobart’s Saturday morning Salamanca Market
- negotiate the Overland Track, the archetypal Tasmanian bushwalk and an essential Aussie rite of passage
- contemplate the contrast of melancholy silence and beautiful scenery at Port Arthur
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Hobart & around, Richmond, Mt Field National Park, The Southeast, Kettering, Bruny Island, Cygnet, Huonville & around, Geeveston & around, Hartz Mountains National Park, Dover & around, Hastings Caves & Thermal Springs, Cockle Creek, Tasman Peninsula, Sorell, Eaglehawk Neck & around, Port Arthur & around, The Midlands, Oatlands, Ross, Campbell Town, East Coast, Triabunna & Maria Island National Park, Swansea, Coles Bay & Freycinet National Park, Bicheno, St Marys, The Northeast, St Helens, Bay of Fires, Mt William National Park, Pipers River Region, Launceston & around, Tamar Valley, Longford & around, Evandale, Ben Lomond National Park, The North, Devonport, Deloraine, Mole Creek, Walls of Jerusalem National Park, Sheffield & around, King Island, Ulverstone & around, Penguin, The Northwest, Burnie, Wynyard, Boat Harbour, Stanley, Marrawah, Arthur River, The West, Corinna, Queenstown, Strahan, Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Flinders Island, The Southwest, Southwest National Park and Lake Pedder & Strathgordon.
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