Australia - Tasmania (PDF Chapter)
This is the Tasmania chapter from Lonely Planet’s Australia guidebook.
Some say islands are a metaphor for the heart. Isolation mightn’t be great for romance, but Tasmania has turned remoteness into an asset. With a unique beauty, as well as a plethora of food and wine, Tasmania is bewitchingly different.
- be inspired, turned on, appalled, educated and amused by pieces at MONA, Tasmania’s unique art gallery
- get down and Derby on the world-class mountain-bike trails in the northeast mining town of Derby
- pay your respects to the past, both distant and recent, at the sombre ruins of the Port Arthur Historic Site
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Hobart & around, Richmond & around, Mt Field National Park & around, The Southeast, Bruny Island, Cygnet, Huon Valley, Geeveston & around, Dover, Southport & around, Tasman Peninsula & Port Arthur, Dunalley, Eaglehawk Neck, Port Arthur & Tasman National Park, The Midlands, Oatlands & the Southern Midlands, Ross, The East Coast, Maria Island National Park, Swansea, Coles Bay & Freycinet National Park, Bicheno, St Helens, Binalong Bay & the Bay of Fires, Derby & around, Flinders Island, Launceston & around, Tamar Valley, Longford & around, Evandale, Ben Lomond National Park, Devonport & around, Sheffield & around, Deloraine, Mole Creek, Walls of Jerusalem National Park, Penguin, Burnie, Stanley, Marrawah & around, King Island, The Tarkine Wilderness, Corinna & the Pieman River, Cradle Country & The West, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Queenstown, Strahan, Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, The Southwest, Lake Pedder & Strathgordon, Southwest National Park, Maydena, When to Go, Best Places to Stay.
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