Strahan – for many this name evokes a place with the true spirit of independence – of 19th..Cradle Mountain Information
The Cradle Mountain National Park is an Australian icon not to be missed: accessible wilderness..Franklin - Gordon Wild Rivers National..
Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, this national park protects Tasmanias great..Gordon River Information
The dark waters of the Gordon flow through the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area before..Zeehan Information
Zeehan, once Tasmania’s third largest town, is north of Queenstown on the west coast. Rich in..Tullah Information
Tullah is a former mining and ‘Hydro’ town, overlooked by magnificent Mount Farrell and Mount..Rocky Cape National Park Information
A craggy promontory nudging out into Bass Strait, Rocky Capes tracks, cliffs and beaches attract..Wynyard Information
Wynyard is a centre of agriculture on the A2 about 60 kilometres (37 miles) west of Devonport. The..Liffey Falls Information
Liffey Falls State Reserve is nestled within cool temperate rainforest on the slopes of the Great..Nelson Falls Information
Nelson Falls is set amongst a true rain forest of deep green ferns, moss and ancient trees. From..Ocean Beach Information
Ocean Beach is situated on the West Coast of Tasmania and extends from Strahan in the south to..Dismal Swamp Information
Explore four pathways through Dismal Swamp and open your eyes and your mind to the mystery of life..Queenstown Information
Historic Queenstown, the largest settlement on Tasmania’s west coast, is best known for its..See all locations in Cradle Coast
Classified an historic town, Stanley has a busy fishing port at the base of an unusual land formation called The Nut - a flat-topped rock outcrop 150 metres high. Take the chairlift or the walking track to the top for panoramic views. Historic Highfield House, built in 1835 with wooden shutters to deter marauding bushrangers, was headquarters for the giant Van Diemen's Land Company, which once controlled 200,000 hectares (half a million acres) of land in north west Tasmania. The area's natural beauty and wildlife inspires local artists and craftspeople, with their work on display in local galleries and studios.
Greater Hobart and its surrounding towns of Richmond to the north-east and Kettering, to the south..Northern Tasmania Information
Welcome to a region of wonderful variety. Of colours and contrasts. Of views found around every..See all locations in Tasmania