Tasmania - The East Coast (PDF Chapter)
This is the East Coast chapter from Lonely Planet’s Tasmania guidebook.
Tasmania’s east coast is sea-salted and rejuvenating – a land of quiet bays and sandy shores, punctuated by granite headlands splashed with flaming orange lichen. The whole coast is fringed with forests, national parks and farmland.
- sweat it out on the track to Wineglass Bay, then cool off in the sea once you get there
- bump into wombats and wallabies on a bushwalk in Maria Island National Park
- reel in a deep-sea monster – or at least catch your dinner – in St Helens
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Orford, Triabunna, Maria Island National Park, Swansea, Coles Bay & Freycinet National Park, Bicheno, St Marys, Scamander & Beaumaris, St Helens, Bay of Fires, Weldborough, Derby, Scottsdale & Around, Bridport, Flinders Island.
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