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TASSIE TOURS THINGS TO DO IN TASMANIA

Mt Wellington is located above the Capital City of Tasmania, Hobart. The mountain rises to 1,271 meters over the city. When you reach the top of the mountain the views of the city below and Derwent Estuary are absolutely breathtaking.

Mona Museum

The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is located within the Moorilla winery on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Mona is the largest privately funded museum in Australia. The museum presents antiquities, modern and contemporary art from the David Walsh collection. Walsh has described the museum as a "Subversive Adult Disneyland".

Mt Wellington

Mt Wellington is Located above the capital city of Tasmania, Hobart. The mountain rises to 1,271 meters over the city. When you reach the top of the mountain the views of the city below and Derwent estuary are absolutely breathtaking.

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

Located in the Queens domain Hobart the botanical gardens offer a viewing pleasure for those who love nature. A wide array of native Tasmanian plants and international theme gardens are on display, such as the Japanese Garden designed by Kanjiro Harada and the Chinese collection.

Salamanca Markets

Salamanca Market is a wonderful street market held in the historic Salamanca Place in Hobart. The Market is held every Saturday between 8:30am and 3:00pm.

Cataract Gorge

Located in Tasmania's second largest city Launceston the Cataract Gorge is a wonderful and must see place to visit while travelling in Tasmania. You can wander the reserve interacting with local wildlife and peacocks, or eat at one of the restaurants or cafes. For those who are not afraid of heights you can even ride the chairlift from one side of the basin to the other.

The stunning Tamar Valley Wine Route

The Tamar valley runs from the city of Launceston to the coast either side of the Tamar River. There are many things to see and do in the Tamar valley with lovely rolling hills and amazing views as far as the eye can see. When you’re on a Tasmanian holiday or a Tasmanian weekend getaway, this place is a must see.

Bay of Fires

The Bay of Fires is located on the east coast of Tasmania; it’s a region of endless white sand beaches, crystal clear blue water and amazing orange-hued granite. A wide range of activities can be pursued in the bay of fires, whether you are enjoying a Tasmanian holiday escape with family or seeking an outdoor Tasmanian adventure.

Trout Fishing

Tasmania has endless opportunities when it comes to trout fishing, whether you are a novice or seasoned angler Tasmania is a great place to wet a line.

Great Lakes

The Great Lake is located in the central highlands of Tasmania and is the second largest fresh water lake in Australia, the largest is Lake Pedder also located in Tasmania. For the Tasmanian Adventure travellers many exciting things are on offer.

Cascade Brewery

Located in Tasmania’s capital city Hobart Cascade Brewery is Australia's oldest operating brewery. The brewery was first established in Hobart 1832 and has been producing beer ever since.