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Hobart Historic Walking Tour - Tasmanian Travel & Information Centre, 20 Davey Street (Cnr Davey & Elizabeth St) Hobart.
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Satisfy a key reason why visitors enjoy Tasmania by providing an opportunity to experience the rich heritage offered by Hobart’s colourful past. The Tasmanian Visitor Survey has identified "history and heritage" as the number two reason for visiting Tasmania.An entertaining insight into Hobart’s rich history, and a good orientation around the city • An easy guided walk with frequent sit-down stops • Guides are accredited and have Senior First Aid certs.

This two hour tour provides a wonderful introduction to Hobart’s history. The informative guides explain the significance of many heritage-listed buildings that are still a visible part of Hobart and make up much of its charm, together with stories of people and events that influenced those early days. The walking tour will take you through Salamanca and historic Battery Point, while the story of Hobart unfolds through the lives of many characters. www.hobarthistorictours.com.au

*1/2 -hr Historic Walk from the Old City to Salamanca
*1-hr Battery Point Walk, a real charmer!
*1 1/2 -hr Old Hobart Pub Tour to three establishments including free tastings of bush liqueurs at one of the pubs.

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Salamanca Market - Hobart
On Saturday, visit Salamanca Market, in Hobart, and look for our local produce. You can sample special herb vinegars, mustards, bush honeys and organic goods and meet the producers.

Or visit one of the specialist delicatessens across Tasmania to taste locally produced condiments, smoked and fresh produce and luscious cheeses. www.salamanca.com.au

Courtesy of  Dismal Swamp - Bass Highway, Togari a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Dismal Swamp - Bass Highway, Togari
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Dismal Swamp is an intriguing eco-tourism experience set in the evocative surrounds of a giant blackwood sinkhole. Dismal Swamp provides a contemporary interpretation of an ancient environment. It features a thrilling 110-metre slide down to the swamp floor, a series of ‘maze-like’ paths and fascinating art installations inspired by the swamp ecology. A must see in Tasmania.
Courtesy of  The Bridestowe Estate Lavender Farm - 296 Gillespies Road, Nabowla a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday The Bridestowe Estate Lavender Farm - 296 Gillespies Road, Nabowla
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The Bridestowe Estate Lavender Farm is a riot of purple in December and January but if you miss the bloom a visit any time of the year is worthwhile. The farm has a picture postcard setting, with mountains rising up in the distance from thick green forest and fertile farmland. See Tasmania Card - http://bridestowelavender.com.au/pub/
Courtesy of  Tasmazia, near Sheffield - 40 minutes from Devonport  a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday

Courtesy of  Tasmazia, near Sheffield - 40 minutes from Devonport   a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday

Tasmazia, near Sheffield - 40 minutes from Devonport
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Among other green and growing delights, you’ll find the world’s biggest hedge maze (Tasmanzia, near Sheffield);Tasmazia, at Promised Land in northern Tasmania, features mazes and a whimsical miniature village. Promised Land is a small village in northwest Tasmania, a fifteen-minute drive southwest of Sheffield (15 kilometres) and 40 minutes from Devonport (40 kilometres). www.tasmazia.com.au/

Courtesy of Tourism Tasmania for the promotion of Tasmania as a unique tourist destination Hobart’s Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
The largest public collection of mature conifers in the Southern Hemisphere (Hobart’s Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens). These gardens were established on slopes beside the River Derwent in 1818. Now in the 13.5 hectare site there are 6500 species and varieties of plants, including the largest public conifer collection in the southern hemisphere. www.rtbg.tas.gov.au
Courtesy of Tourism Tasmania for the promotion of Tasmania as a unique tourist destination Inverawe Native Gardens - 1565 Channel Highway, Margate just 15 minutes south of Hobart
Inverawe Native Gardens are located at Margate, 15 minutes south of Hobart, Tasmania's capital. 9.5 Hectares of: · landscaped gardens · stunning views · bird life. An amazing variety of flowers form a stunning display in this impressive garden, designed by two enthusiasts with a grand vision. Over 5500 water wise, low maintenance plants make this a "must see". Abundant bird life including rare and endangered species is a magnet for birdwatchers. Plant labels, interpretive signs and notes will enhance your experience. This garden will inspire you.
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Peppermint Bay - 40 minute drive south of Hobart
Peppermint Bay is a waterfront restaurant, bar, providore and gallery at Woodbridge, southern Tasmania.

Woodbridge is located in the D’Entracasteaux Channel district, a 40 minute drive south of Hobart (43 kilometres).

Courtesy of  East Coast Nature World - 18356 Tasman Highway, Bicheno. 7 kilometres north of Bicheno towards St Helens a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday

East Coast Nature World - 18356 Tasman Highway, Bicheno. 7 kilometres north of Bicheno towards St Helens.
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Wildlife park featuring birds, reptiles and other native animals, including Tasmanian Devils. Set in 160 acres of natural flat parkland and lagoon, Natureworld brings the wilderness to you. Boasting Australia’s sunniest climate, there is guaranteed viewing of Devils, Roos, Koalas, Snakes, Quolls, Narkies, Cape Barrens, Gang Gangs, Gliders and much more of Tasmania’s unique Flora and Fauna including 800 year old grass trees. www.natureworld.com.au/

Courtesy of  Cascade Museum and Brewery - 149 Cascade Road South, Hobart  a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Cascade Museum and Brewery - 149 Cascade Road South, Hobart
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Established in 1824, Tasmania’s oldest brewery is nestled in the foothills of Mount Wellington and the pure water used in the process is still taken from the Wellington catchment. The hops and barley are also locally grown, as they were when this famous brewery poured its first pint. Due to safety requirements this tour is not suitable fro children under five years of age.
Courtesy of  Lark Distillery - 14 Davey Street, Hobart  a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Lark Distillery - 14 Davey Street, Hobart
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Tasmania’s pure mountain water is ideal for distilling fine whisky and our wild bush flavourings make wonderful liqueurs - sample them at Lark Distillery - http://www.larkdistillery.com.au/ in Hobart. Established in 1992 to produce single malt whisky and premium Tasmanian Spirits. Step into The Lark Distillery at Hobart’s historic waterfront.

Come and experience a truly unique taste of Tasmania and discover the science, art and passion behind these handcrafted spirits and liqueurs. Established in 1992 the Lark Distillery produces an exotic and diverse range of products made from local produce and distilled on the premises. The distillery incorporates Hobart's first specialised whisky bar, and a walk-through tour of the distilling process. From Single Malt Whisky, Apple Schnapps, Bush Liqueur, Cherry Max and Pepperberry Vodka and Gin there something for everyone.
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James Boag’s Premium - 39 William Street Launceston Ph: (03) 6332 6300
In Launceston, visit the home of James Boag’s Premium - http://www.boags.com.au, on the banks of the Tamar River, and Boag's Centre for Beer Lovers, just across the street.

Boag & Son currently offer tours of our historic brewery each weekday. The tours include a full circuit of our brewery from the brewhouse to the packaging line, information on the brewing process and Boag’s fascinating history.

The Boag’s Centre for Beer Lovers is housed in the historic Tamar Hotel which dates from the 1830’s. Our Brewery Tours commence in the Boag’s Centre which includes a museum of the Brewery’s memorabilia giving an insight into the Boag family and the development of the Boag’s brands throughout the last century.

Courtesy of  Mole Creek Caves - Located close to the small rural town of Mole Creek in the Meander Valley, 23km from Deloraine   a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Mole Creek Caves - Located close to the small rural town of Mole Creek in the Meander Valley, 23km from Deloraine on the B12
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On the slopes of the Great Western Tiers, the Mole Creek Karst National Park protects an internationally significant karst system renowned for its numerous spectacular caves. A guided tour through two of these, Marakoopa and King Solomons Caves, is a highlight of any visit to the area. Both show caves are home to a range of fascinating animals adapted to the lightless environment. The glow-worm display in Marakoopa Cave is the largest youll see in any public access cave anywhere in Australia. The Mole Creek Karst National Park offers a range of activities including easy walks through the beautiful forest around the caves.
Courtesy of  Richmond Zoo Doo Wildlife Park - 620 Middle Tea Tree Road, Richmond a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday

Richmond Zoo Doo Wildlife Park - 620 Middle Tea Tree Road, Richmond
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An exciting wildlife experience located just a short drive from Hobart and the historic Georgian village of Richmond. This hands-on zoo is home to many of Australia's most loved and most unusual creatures. Visit Tassie Devils, Koalas, Forest Kangaroos, wallabies, Wombats, and possums. www.zoodoo.com.au/ Only 6 km from the historic town of Richmond with its goal, famous bridge on the way to Port Arthur.

ZooDoo caters for tour groups, families, children, school educational activities. ZooDoo is able to offer an extensive range of Australian native animals these include the Tasmanian Devil, Tiger Quoll, Koala, Forester Kangaroo, Bennetts Wallaby, Pademelon Wallaby as well as rare albino animals, White Tamar Wallaby, Wombat, Sugar Glider, Tasmanian Ringtail and Golden Brushtail Possum. There are a huge variety of indoor and outdoor native birds, talking cockatoos and Emus, Swans Parrots, Galahs, Cockatoos and Corellas. ZooDoo also has an extensive range of domesticated and other animals including fallow deer, water buffalo (albino), camels, miniature ponies, goats. miniature pigs, rabbits, guinea pigs, ducks and geese, ostrich, monkeys and more. See them in the indoor animal nursery. Watch the miniature house races conducted at regular intervals throughout the day.

Courtesy of Stanley Seal Cruises  a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Stanley Seal Cruises
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Enjoy a spectacular scenic cruise aboard the ‘Sylvia C’, viewing the Australian Fur Seals and numerous birdlife at Bull Rock. Bull Rock is classed as a Haul-out, 500 metres off the Tasmanian coastline and is one of the best seal viewing platforms in Australia. Here, up to 500 seals bask in the sunshine or frolic playfully in the crystal-clear waters of Bass Strait. You’ll also enjoy the amazing scenery of Stanley Nut, the unique township, the old burial ground and Godfrey’s Beach. The Stanley Seal Cruise booking office is located at the Fisherman's dock beside the famous Nut, and is a 50 minute scenic drive west of Burnie. www.stanleysealcruises.com.au/
Courtesy of Huon River Jet Boat a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Huon River Jet Boat
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By the time you reach Huonville you’ll already be captivated by the beauty of the Huon River, but now is your chance to take to its water. Be refreshed by the exhilaration of a shallow whitewater jet boat ride as well as the stunning scenery, history and economic diversity of one of Tasmania’s mightiest rivers. Experience the peace and quiet of drifting beneath Huon Pines then give way to the thrill of breathtaking 360 degree turns.

Bookings are essential as spaces are limited and subject to availability. Departures are from the Visitor Centre which also has a picturesque café and offers access to other waterborne activities. www.huonjet.com/ operate jet boat rides on the Huon River approximately 40 kilometres south of Hobart. It is located on the Esplanade at Huonville beside the Huon River.
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Tahune Airwalk - Hobart to Geeveston - 61km & Geeveston to Tahune - 28km
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This beautiful reserve on the banks of the mighty Huon River is now the home of the popular Tahune Forest AirWalk, two swinging bridges and visitor centre. When exploring the Huon Trail, don’t miss the adventure of walking through the canopy of Tasmania’s renowned Southern Forests. At nearly 600 metres, the Tahune AirWalk is one of the longest tree top walks in Australia. It offers a ‘bird’s-eye’ view of wet eucalypt forest, culminating in a spectacular cantilever above the confluence of the mighty Huon and Picton Rivers. Other activities include guided tours to the most easily accessible place in Tasmania to see the famous Huon Pine. The Visitor Centre offers licensed café and retail sales.

Generally camping and campervans are welcome in forest areas. No fees or bookings apply but be considerate of other users. There are many prepared sites with basic facilities, but you are welcome to camp almost anywhere in State Forest. We ask only that you leave designated day-use sites to picnickers. Whatever your choice, please be considerate of others and of the forest environment.

There are no formal guided tours at present but we encourage people to take advantage of our self-drive tours in State forests

Courtesy of  Tamar River Cruises - Home Point, Home Point Parade, Launceston a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday

Tamar River Cruises - Home Point, Home Point Parade, Launceston
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The Tamar River is unique: at 76 kilometres, it is Australia's longest navigable tidal estuary. It varies in width from 250 metres to four kilometres.

The navigable section of the spectacular Cataract Gorge is included in our cruises.

Explore the spectacular wilderness area of Cataract Gorge and the majestic Tamar River when you hop aboard the Lady Launceston – a beautiful 1980’s style vessel. This 50 minute cruise boasts stunning scenery, the chance the spot wildlife and expert commentary. Why not spoil yourself and upgrade to the Batman Bridge Luncheon cruise or the Afternoon Discovery Cruise where you can learn about intrepid explorers and the exploits of the infamous bushranger, Matthew Brady.
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Courtesy of  Platypus House - 200 Flinders Street, Beauty Point a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Platypus House - 200 Flinders Street, Beauty Point
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Platypus House is located 48km north of Launceston along the western bank of the Tamar River on the wharf at Beauty Point. Platypus House is a unique attraction being the only venue in Tasmania where visitors can watch Tasmanian Platypuses and Echidnas in daylight conditions in an indoor setting. Visitors are guaranteed to see these spectacular egg laying mammals actively feeding during their guided tour and you are assured of many great photographic opportunities.
Courtesy of Tasmania Gourmet Sauce Co. - 174 Leighlands Rd Evandale  a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Tasmania Gourmet Sauce Co. - 174 Leighlands Rd Evandale
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Home of some of the islands finest sauces and preserves, a visit here is your chance to taste something truly Tasmanian. Be guided through the range of products, learn the expert's way of using sauces in cooking, and taste them too. From berry fruit, chili, pasta sauces, chutneys, relishes, chocolate sauce and jams, everything here is to die for, so fill the hamper and enjoy a picnic in the beautiful Ericvale gardens adjacent to the property. https://gourmetsauce.com.au/
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Port Arthur Historic Site
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Port Arthur is one of Australia's great tourism destinations. Every building, every feature of Port Arthur Historic Site has a story to tell. Created with convict labour, the impressive architecture, delightful gardens and chilling prison facilities survive today for you to explore.

Historic Ghost Tours - Historic Ghost Tours operate every evening except 25 December. Book here and visit the offical site www.portarthur.org.au/

Courtesy of  Wings Wildlife - is just 35 minutes from Devonport a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Wings Wildlife - is just 35 minutes from Devonport.
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Wing's Wildlife Park - Tasmania Attractions - The family-run Wing’s Wildlife Park is just 35 minutes from Devonport. The focus of the park is the rehabilitation and care of injured and orphaned wildlife. You’ll see Tasmanian devils, quolls and many more native animals. You can feed the resident trout and Atlantic salmon, and view the venomous snakes safely behind secured glass. Many of the exhibits are under cover ensuring you’ll have an enjoyable experience in all weather conditions. Set on a 106 acre farm, Wing’s Wildlife Park is also home to American bison, alpacas, camels and water buffalo.
Courtesy of Putters Adventure Golf (for the Kids) - Hobart Corner Creek & Main Roads, Moonah a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Putters Adventure Golf (for the Kids) - Hobart Corner Creek & Main Roads, Moonah.
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More than just miniature golf, this world-class attraction is fun for everyone. Waterfalls, waterwheels, beautiful gardens as well as the challenging banks, turns and hazards make these putting courses truly unique. No matter what the weather, this is a great place to go in search of fun. As well as the outdoor course, there is an indoor putting adventure to be had too. www.putters.com.au/
Courtesy of a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Woolmers Estate, Tearoom & National Rose Gardens - Woolmers Lane, Longford
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Woolmers Estate is one of over 60 participating tourist attractions which ... grounds which feature fabulous gardens (including the National Rose Garden). Woolmers Estate reflects colonial Tasmania in its most genuine state. Regarded as Australia’s most significant colonial property, this collection of buildings, antique cars, photographs, art and furniture chronicle a remarkable dynastic journey from Thomas Archer, who founded the estate in 1816 through six generations of the Archer family. Take a tour of this extraordinary time capsule and explore the grounds which feature fabulous gardens (including the National Rose Garden), free settlers cottages, a woolshed and cider house.
Courtesy of  Trowunna Wildlife Park - Location 1892 Mole Creek Road, Mole Creek a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Trowunna Wildlife Park - Location 1892 Mole Creek Road, Mole Creek
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Devils once occurred on mainland Australia, with fossils having been found widely. Today, however the devil is only found in Tasmania. Devils are widespread in Tasmania from the coast to the mountains. They live in coastal heath, open dry sclerophyll forest, and mixed sclerophyll-rainforest - in fact, almost anywhere they can hide and find shelter by day, & find food at night.
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Courtesy of  Gordon River Cruises - Esplanade, Strahan a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday

Gordon River Cruises - Esplanade, Strahan
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The small fishing community of Strahan on the West Coast is remote and wild, just as you'd expect from a place at the gateway to the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The heart of the village faces the busy waterfront from where the Lady Jane Franklin 11 departs.

How could any visit to Tasmania be complete without a cruise on the world-famous Gordon River? The fight to save this natural treasure in the early 1980's attracted international attention and support. It's not hard to understand why. The Macquarie Harbour: more than 110 square miles of natural, protected water surrounding the crumbling history of Sarah Island.
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Courtesy of Tourism Tasmania for the promotion of Tasmania as a unique tourist destination Forest Eco Centre - 96 King Street, Scottsdale
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The award-winning Forest Eco Centre was designed for maximum energy efficiency and its greenhouse-style interpretive section features a ‘coast to mountain’ display of local plant species. Additional interactive displays focus on local forest history, ecology and the hardwood and softwood plantations so important to the economy of the north east. Whether you’re inspired by forest walks, waterfalls or wineries, the friendly team of volunteers in the Visitor Information Centre will give you the inside knowledge on the very best this region has to offer.
Courtesy of  Something Wild - 3klm from Russell Falls in Mt. Field National Park a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday

Something Wild - 3klm from Russell Falls in Mt. Field National Park.
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Something Wild is situated 3klm from Russell Falls in Mt. Field National Park. Something Wild is a rehabilitation and conservation wildlife sanctuary for orphaned and injured animals. We nurture our native wildlife back to good health and prepare them for eventual release.

Something Wild also has a number of habitats for animals that are unsuitable for release or may have been bred in captivity where visitors may enjoy viewing these special animals.

To rehabilitate orphaned and injured wildlife in Tasmania and provide environmental habitats and excellent care for animals unable or unsuitable to be released.
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Lake St Clair - Lake St Clair, Visitor Centre. 5km past Derwent Bridge
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Lake St Clair is at the southern end of the world famous Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

Lake St Clair is at the southern end of the world famous Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Carved out by ice during the course of the past two million years, this is the deepest lake in Australia. This is an ideal getaway and a great place for walking, whether you wish to take a leisurely stroll or a more strenuous bushwalk. www.parks.tas.gov.au

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Cradle Mountain - Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre, 4057 Cradle Mountain Road
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Cradle Mountain is possibly the most famous landmark of the Tasmanian wilderness. Its jaggered contours rise up in Tasmania’s north, and is surrounded by glorious national park which is part of the 1.3 million hectare Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

Cradle Mountain National Park - www.parks.tas.gov.au/

Courtesy of Entally Estate - 15 Minutes form Launceston a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Entally Estate - 15 Minutes form Launceston
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One of the state’s true heritage houses, Entally Estate is thought to have been built in 1819 by Thomas Haydock Reibey, who named it after the suburb in Calcutta, India. Reibey came to Tasmania in 1816 pursuing shipping interests and the fine features of his home reflect his affluent background. These include a magnificent collection of Regency furniture and fine silverware. Set in superb grounds and gardens, Entally also has a greenhouse, chapel, coach house and stables which are all open for viewing. www.entally.com.au/. Hadspen, 18km from Launceston via Bass Highway 1 and B54
Courtesy of Tiagarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre & Museum - Mersey Bluff, Devonport a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Tiagarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre & Museum - Mersey Bluff, Devonport
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Established to preserve the art and culture of Tasmanian Aboriginals, Tiagarra (a Tasmanian Aboriginal word for keep) houses a rare collection of more than 250 rock engravings, the first of which were discovered on Mersey Bluff headland in 1929 by local headmaster, A L Meston. Several buildings resembling west coast Tasmanian Aboriginal huts contain 18 displays of more than 2000 artefacts, among them two large murals by Tasmanian artist, Max Angus. A 30 minute guided tour of the centre is well worthwhile. Tel (03) 6424 8250
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Tassielink Cataract Gorge & Launceston Sights Tour - Cornwell Square Transit, Cnr St John & Cimitiere Street, Launceston
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The best way to get acquainted with Launceston is gently.

Begin with a morning stroll through the famous Cataract Gorge Reserve where a guide will tell you about the native plants, exotic birds and animals of the Gorge's Victorian Gardens and cliff surrounds. Admire the peacocks grazing beneath the trees of the grounds and cross the gorge on the elegant Alexandra Suspension Bridge. As this half day city sightseeing tour continues, soak up Launceston's Victorian streetscapes and fine architecture including colonial era churches and the City Town Hall with its striking Corinthian columns.

Princes Square and City Park have historic fountains and a verdant spread of exotic trees just perfect for picnicking beneath. A short coach tour of the historical Inveresk Railyards concludes the tour. www.tassielink.com.au

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Tassielink Mt Wellington & Hobart City Sights Tour - Hobart Bus Terminal, 64 Brisbane Street, Hobart
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Of the many striking things about Hobart, the largest is Mount Wellington, which looms over the city. But before tackling its slopes it's best to get your bearings on a city coach tour - travel past the famous Cascade Brewery, Anglesea Barracks and through Salamanca Place to historic Battery Point, and weather permitting, climbing to Mount Wellington's summit for a panoramic view of Hobart. Pass many of Australia's oldest buildings along the waterfront, then take a stroll through the magnificent Royal Botanical Gardens. www.tassielink.com.au

Courtesy of Tourism Tasmania for the promotion of Tasmania as a unique tourist destination Freycinet National Park - Coles Bay
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As one of the most stunning coastlines in the world, this is the perfect place to discover the great outdoors. Freycinet National Park is full of natural wonders including granite peaks and rugged coastline with sheltered beaches. Bushwalk to the world famous Wineglass bay, peek at local wildlife or explore rock pools. Freycinet National Park showcases nature at its most pristine and spectacular.
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Spoil yourself with an evening at Wrest Point. This restaurant is at the top in more ways than one, serving modern Australian cuisine against a stunning backdrop of the spectacular city. The numerous awards and accolades of this worldclass restaurant are a justifiable reflection of its quality food and service not to mention the magnificent 360-degree panoramic views of Hobart, the Derwent Estuary and Mount Wellington.
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Courtesy of Wrest Point Casino and Entertainment Centre  a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Wrest Point Casino and Entertainment Centre
Perfectly positioned to soak up the beauty of the Derwent River, Wrest Point offers the best in dining, luxury accommodation, relaxation and recreational facilities to visitors and locals alike. From the extensive Conference Centre facilities to the vast selection of dining options, Wrest Point serves as a great base to explore the beautiful and exciting area of Southern Tasmania, rich in cultural and natural attractions. Wrest Point is also the home of Australia’s original Casino - with a wide array of classic Table Games and new Video Gaming Machines, there is something here for everybody. www.wrestpoint.com.au
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The Wooden Boat Discovery Centre - Main Road, Franklin
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Forming part of a school set up to teach the next generation of craftsmen, the centre will entice you into the fascinating world of traditional wooden boats. Interactive features, video presentations and static displays being the history of boatbuilding and water transport to life. Observing the boatbuilding students will introduce you to sounds of the activity, the smells of the timber and glues, the gleam of old and treasured tools, the satisfaction of old skills learned anew. www.woodenboatcentre.com/

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Lactos Cheese Tasting & Sales Centre - 145 Old Surrey Road, Burnie
Sample some of the world's best cheeses at the factory door. The Lactos Cheese Tasting & Sales Centre is open from Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm (excluding Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day). Weekends and Public Holidays open from 10.00am to 4.00pm. All cheese tastings finish 30 minutes prior to closing. Ever wondered how Brie is made, or what to look for when selecting a Blue cheese? Take a cheese tour and become an expert. Ph: (03) 6433 9255 http://www.lactos.com.au

Courtesy of a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Wilderness Whitewater River Journeys
The Franklin River carves its way through some of the most beautiful, rugged and inaccessible country in the world. Its significance was recognised in 1982 when it was listed as a World Heritage Area. On your expedition you will experience surging rapids, tranquil gorges and pristine forests of myrtle, leatherwood and the ancient huon pine. Platypus, wallabies, quolls (marsupial tiger cats), cormorants and white breasted sea eagles are often encountered. Negotiating the untamed waters of the Franklin is one of the worlds true adventures. Water by Nature offers a ten day expedition rafting the full navigable length of the river, a seven day expedition on the Upper Franklin and a five day tour on the Lower Franklin.
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Fish Wild Tasmania - 115A King St Sandy Bay (Hobart)

Unique locations, big trout, pristine waters, an expert guide, the right fly, tuition if you need it, a gourmet lunch and all you have to do is fish. Spoil your self with a trout fishing charter in the worlds best trout fishery and experience the thrill of sight fishing to trout cruising shallow margins. We invite you to discover our Tasmanian hospitality and world class fishing using our proven techniques. http://www.fishwildtasmania.com/

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Red Tag Trout Tours - From Hobart

August 4, 2007 is opening day for Tasmania’s famed wild brown trout, so no rivers and most lakes are not open until then. Red Tag Trout Tours -specialises in the traditional fly fishing techniques of stalking/walking these waters introducing his clients to feeding/sighted wild trout predominantly using the dry fly, nymphs and dual rigs. Thewild brown trout could be said to be the ultimate fly fishing challenge. Since its introduction to Tasmania in 1864, from eggs of English wild stock, the Tasmanian wild brown trout has remained disease free and uncontaminated. http://www.redtagtrout.com

  Redbanks Fish and Field - Secluded property 45 mins from Hobart

Redbanks offers a range of outdoor activities that are not available on the one site anywhere else in Tasmania, and which give people an opportunity to try these sports in a safe and natural environment Conference, corporate or general groups are a specialty. http://www.redbanks.biz/
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West Coast Pioneers’ Museum - 114 - 120 Main Street, Zeehan
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The West Coast Pioneers Memorial Museum at Zeehan is the place to unearth everything from minerals and machinery to the workings of a historic mine. Housed in the former Zeehan School of Mines and Metallurgy, the museum showcases the area's mining heritage which began in 1894 at the peak of the West Coast mining boom.

Back then Zeehan was known as Silver City and home to more than 10,000 inhabitants. But the people moved on when mining began to fail and the bustling town became what it is today, a little sleepy village.

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Navigators - Brooke Street Pier, Hobart
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Hobart sits on the shores of the Derwent River which opens into the deep natural harbour that enables watercraft of all sizes to dock within walking distance of the city centre.

With a range of vessels capabl of a variety of stunning cruises through our unique waterways, you can be assured of the most memorable of experiences. Be it on rivers, bays, channels or oceans, Navigators will take you there in style and comfort.

So it makes sense that you’ll see Hobart at its best on a river cruise, experience the regions beautiful surrounds as you cruise along the majestic Derwent River. Take this sightseeing cruise from Brooke Street pier and see Hobart from a shipboard perspective. www.navigators.net.au/

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Seahorse World offers a unique tour experience through this fascinating aquarium dedicated to the preservation and conservation of the seahorse. It's unique, exciting and fun.
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Courtesy of The Honey Farm - 39 Sorell Street, Chudleigh between Mole Creek and Deloraine a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday The Honey Farm - 39 Sorell Street, Chudleigh between Mole Creek and Deloraine
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Chudleigh is named after a village in Devon, England. A small, pretty village set in beautiful countryside between Mole Creek and Deloraine, its claim to fame is the Honey Farm which provides an exciting way to see honeybees up close. The farm is impossible to miss, just look out for the building emblazoned with giant images of bees. Inside you can watch real honeybees at work behind glass, discover the story of Tasmanian honey, enjoy interactive displays and taste the selection of more than 50 honey varieties. www.thehoneyfarm.com.au/
 

Old Hobart Town Model Village
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Situated in Richmond, which is conside ed the most historic of Tasmanian towns, Old Hobart Town Model Village is a triple award-winning attraction showcasing Hobart as it was in the 1820s. Largely reconstructed from original plans, the authenticity of this model makes it unique in Australia and enables visitors to visualise how the city has changed over the years. Your visit here will give you an insight into the historical background of Hobart helping you to picture life in days gone by. http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/

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With your See Tasmania Smartvisit Card, you will receive a Freycinet Paddle from $50.00 with Freycinet Adventures. Based in Coles Bay, the Freycinet Paddle is the ultimate way to experience the Freycinet National Park. Sea kayaks allow you to explore pristine beaches and secluded coves of this spectacular coastline. Discover the amazing colours of its landscape and the tales of shipwrecked whalers, early settlers and French explorers. Stop on a beach for freshly brewed tea and coffee - the best cafe in the world! Be inspired as your guide shares with you the spirit of the Freycinet Peninsula. www.freycinetadventures.com.au/
  The Wooden Boat Discovery Centre - Main Road, Franklin
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Forming part of a school set up to teach the next generation of craftsmen, the centre will entice you into the fascinating world of traditional wooden boats. Interactive features, video presentations and static displays being the history of boatbuilding and water transport to life. Observing the boatbuilding students will introduce you to sounds of the activity, the smells of the timber and glues, the gleam of old and treasured tools, the satisfaction of old skills learned anew. http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/
Courtesy of The Coal Valley Vineyard - 15 mins from Hobart a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday The Coal Valley Vineyard - 15 mins from Hobart

Only fifteen minutes drive from the centre of Hobart, the restaurant is perched just above the vines, and with floor to ceiling windows it has panoramic views out across the beautiful estuary of the Coal River and the waters of Barilla Bay and Pittwater where the oysters served in the restaurant are harvested from. www.coalvalley.com.au/
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The Richmond Wine Centre - 27 Bridge St, Richmond

You expect the best food and wine the island can give.... so visit The Richmond Wine Centre.

We set out to give you that experience in an enjoyable setting, offering an extensive menu, premium wine list and a large selection of mouthwatering desserts . The Richmond Wine Centre is a family business, We strive to give you the finest and freshest produce available.

Lavender Cottage : - 1 Double with Spa En suite and Rose Cottage: - 2 Double with En suite Both Cottages have Laundry Facilities. http://richmondwinecentre.com.au/

Courtesy of Cooinda Vale Estate - Cooinda Vale Vineyard, Barton Vale Road, Campania. Belmont Vineyard, 1431 Richmond Road, RIchmond a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday

Cooinda Vale Estate - Cooinda Vale Vineyard, Barton Vale Road, Campania. Belmont Vineyard, 1431 Richmond Road, RIchmond.

Cooinda Vale Estate: is ideally positioned facing northeast in southeast Tasmania on the banks of the Coal River Valley. We produce Award Winning cool climate premium wines in Tasmania, of which the main varieties are Pinot Noir, Riesling and Chardonnay. The late Denis Pooley and his wife Margaret established our small family vineyard at Cooinda Vale Estate in 1985. involved in the business. The vineyard is ideally positioned facing northeast overlooking the Coal River in southern Tasmania.

Belmont Vineyard: A stately house located close to the Township of Richmond. It is a sandstone structure with a parapet to the front and sides.

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Domaine A/Stoney Vineyard, Tasmania, Australia

A 20-hectare property in the Coal River Valley of southern Tasmania. Wines are made only from estate-grown grapes. Just 30 mMinutes drive from Hobart
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Hood Wines - 10 Mins from Hobart

Established in 1990, Hood Wines is the largest contract winemaker in Tasmania. We also produce a wide range of award-winning cool climate styles under our Wellington, Frogmore Creek and Roaring 40s labels. Located in the Coal River Valley region of southern Tasmania, the winery is just 10 minutes from Hobart. Our Cellar Door is open every weekend from 10am to 5pm (except Easter and Christmas). We are located 4 kilometres from the Cambridge turnoff and 9 kilometres from Richmond. www.hoodwines.com.au

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Arthur River Cruises
The Arthur River is unique to Tasmania, and the best way to see it is on the MV George Robinson - a beautiful old style steel craft fitted out with Tasmanian timber and brass. The Arthur River is one of the State's seven major rivers, but it is the only one which is completely wild, having never been logged, dammed or had a hot fire through the rainforest for almost 650 years.

Aruther River is in Tasmanias far northwest, it is approximately: 1 hour by road from Smithton 1 hours from Stanley. http://www.arthurrivercruises.com/

Courtesy of Wild Thing Adventures - The Gatehouse’ 1 Prince’s Wharf, Castray Esplanade a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday

Wild Thing Adventures - The Gatehouse’ 1 Prince’s Wharf, Castray Esplanade
Family owned cruise business operating from Hobart in a 26 seat boat with exceptional speed and an inflatable pontoon giving stability.

At Wild Thing Adventures we're all about having fun, staying safe and letting you enjoy some of the world's most spectacular scenery.

Wild Thing cruises at 30 knots but it is capable of travelling 50 knots and The Common Dolphin is often found around Bruny Island UTube on Wild Thing - Phone: 03 6224 2021 http://wildthingadventures.com.au/?p=3

Courtesy of World Heritage Cruises - Strahan, West Coast Tasmania a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday

World Heritage Cruises - Strahan, West Coast Tasmania
Make your holiday to Tasmania one to remember by visiting the West Coast and cruising Macquarie Harbour and the Gordon River with World Heritage Cruises. World Heritage Cruises offers a variety of cruises from Strahan on MV. Wander 2, now supplemented by their new state of the art catamaran "Adventurer" which is designed for low impact on the fragile Gordon River.
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Pipers Brook - 50 minutes' drive from Launceston via Lilydale.

Home of Pipers Brook, Ninth Island, Kreglinger and Norfolk Rise Vineyards Enter the Kreglinger Wine Estates. Pipers Brook Vineyard is located at Pipers Brook on the C818 about 50 minutes' drive from Launceston via Lilydale. http://kreglingerwineestates.com/index.html
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The Grape Escape - 35 Esplanade Coles Bay

Personalised tours are operated by an enthusiastic wine lover with 14 years tourism experience and local knowledge of the Freycinet region. The full-day winery tour visits three to four sites including a one-hour tour of a large award-winning working vineyard. You will visit some of the boutique wineries dedicated to providing wines to suit every individual taste and have the chance to tantalize your palate and savour the rich flavours of the region. Lunch is a range of fine local cuisine. Six to 10 people. Select from the vineyards available to you on our tours and we will ensure your experience is a memorable one.Tel (Toll Free or Local Call Cost): 1800 054 618 www.grapeescape.com.au/

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Meadowbank Estate - 699 Richmond Road Cambridge

We have special offers for winter lunches and winter dinner functions. A venue obsessed with fine wine, food, art and landscape. In keeping with our affiliation with the arts, we produce a seasonal program of events, each quarter. This program includes special wine tastings, art exhibitions, musical concerts and fabulous food and wine events. http://www.meadowbankwines.com.au/events/index.htm

Courtesy of Woolnorth - Woolnorth at Smithton a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Woolnorth - Woolnorth at Smithton
Take a guided tour of the historic Woolnorth property in Tasmania’s far north-west. You explore the 22,000 hectare property on one of the guided tours, taking in the old farm buildings, the wind farm and Cape Grim, where the Bureau of Meteorology has measured the cleanest air in the world. Try their Wind Farm Tour http://www.woolnorthtours.com.au/
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Barnbougle Dunes - 425 Waterhouse Road, Bridport

Tasmania, Australia’s island state, boasts a pristine
environment, an unspoilt and wild coastline and is a sought after holiday destination. On this little island, world golf architects have created Barnbougle Dunes, one of the best links golf courses in the world. Come and stay and play at Barnbougle Dunes. Phone: +61-3-6356-0094 http://www.barnbougledunes.com/

  Penitentiary Chapel & Criminal Courts - Corner Campbell & Brisbane Streets, Hobart. Access off Brooker Highway.
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A National Trust property, this is one of few examples of Georgian ecclesiastical architecture in the Commonwealth. Just 30 years after its construction two wings of the building were converted for use as Criminal Courts, leaving the third as the Penitentiary Chapel, which remained in use until 1961. Each day Volunteer Trust guides conduct tours of this fascinating complex which features underground passages, solitary cells and an execution yard. http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/
Courtesy of Tourism Tasmania for the promotion of Tasmania as a unique tourist destination Brickendon Historic Farm & Convict Village
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Tasmania's only historic farming attraction, this magnificent 1824 estate remains in the same family which farmed it seven generations ago. It offers a rare insight into the world of early Tasmanian settlers, right down to the details of the buildings which were constructed of either pit-saw timber or convict made brick. http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/
Courtesy of Nat. Automobile Museum of Tasmania - 86 Cimitiere Street, Launceston a Tasmania tourist place to visit on your next Tasmanian holiday Nat. Automobile Museum of Tasmania - 86 Cimitiere Street, Launceston
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Offering one of Australia’s best collections of Veteran, Vintage, Classic and Exotic motor vehicles and motorcycles, the Museum has over 95 exhibits on display. The Museum features ever changing seasonal theme displays and privately owned vehicles, allowing for a constantly changing display of rare and exciting exhibits some unique to the museum and not seen in any other collection. A unique collection of gift lines and memorabilia complements this exiting attraction that is a delight to be enjoyed by people of all ages. www.namt.com.au/
  Highfield Historic Site - Green Hills Road, Stanley (Scenic Drive Route)
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Many regard Highfield House as the birthplace of European settlement in Tasmanias north west. Built from 1832 to 1835 as a residence for the chief agent of the Van Diemens Land Company, Edward Curr, it represents an important part of Tasmanian historic heritage. With outstanding views of Stanley and The Nut, its hard to believe this area was once a convict enclave. But the proof is all around you in the convict barracks, cottages, chapel, pigsties and barns. http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/
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Yachting - Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race
The Rolex Sydney Hobart is a 628nm yacht race which begins in Sydney Harbour and finishes in Hobart. Each December on Boxing Day you can see the world's greatest yachts charging through Sydney Heads as they take part in the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race. Days later, in Hobart, the excitement builds as news of who will be the first boat to arrive comes through to Constitution Dock in Hobart. www.discovertasmania.com

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Runnymede - 61 Bay Road, New Town
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Overlooking New Town Bay on the River Derwent, Runnymede is a stately colonial residence surrounded by delightful grounds. It was built in the 1830s by Robert Pitcairn, a strong advocate for the abolition of convict transportation and the first lawyer to qualify in Tasmania. Carefully restored and maintained by the National Trust, Runnymede is now furnished as a gentleman's residence of the 1840s period. Tel - 03) 6278 1269 - Opening Hours: Mon - Friday 10:00am to 4:30pm, Sat - Sun 12:00pm to 4:30pm - Closed: Good Friday & Christmas Day http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/

  Franklin House - 413 Hobart Road, Franklin Village (Near Launceston)
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On the outskirts of Launceston is Franklin House. Built in 1838 for an early Launceston brewer and innkeeper, Mr Britton Jones, it soon became the Classical and Commercial school. The school enjoyed an enviable reputation in the north of the colony for more than 20 years, educating the sons of many prominent citizens. Outstanding features include the joinery of NSW cedar, an original kitchen, clocks, fine china and a collection of fine English furniture with a number of colonial pieces. The school room is also a special feature of the house. http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/
The Shot Tower - A short drive from Hobart
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Just a short drive from Hobart is Taroona, home to the only remaining circular sandstone shot tower in the world. Did you know that dropping molten lead down the tower resulted in perfectly spherical gun pellets? Be sure to climb the stairs because there are breathtaking views of the Derwent River estuary from the top. As well as the fine views from the tower there is a small museum, pretty grounds, a craft shop and a tearoom serving delicious refreshments. This is a great place to stop on your journey to the Huon Valley or to visit from Hobart. http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/
Launcestion Planetarium - Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, 2 Wellington Street, Launceston
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See the stars at the Planetarium in the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery. The 45-seat planetarium presents a variety of astronomy shows by projecting images of the southern night sky onto a domed ceiling accompanied by special effects and narration. The planetarium projector, the heart of the system, displays all the stars visible to the unaided eye from the southern hemisphere, and simulates the apparent motion of the stars as the Earth rotates. The effect is so realistic, it is like being out under the stars! For shows Tel (03) 6323 3777 http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/
Creative Paper Tasmania - Burnie* Tel (03) 6430 7717
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The largest handmade paper mill in Australia, Creative Paper Tasmania specialises in turning Tasmanian plants and recycled materials into some of the most astonishing papers on the planet. Here you’ll fine genuine Roo Poo paper as well as paper made from beer and recycled jeans! Take part in the hands-on papermaking tour where you’ll be introduced to this wonderful craft, rich in history and tradition. The interpretive displays allow you to experience what life was like back in Burnie’s papermaking hey day. Walk through Australia’s only papermaker’s garden and meet Tasmania’s famous life-sized ‘paper people’ sculptures. http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/
The Maritime Museum of Tasmania - Cnr Argyle & Davey Street, Hobart
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Surrounded by the ocean, it's no wonder that Tasmania's seafaring heritage is still of great significance. The Maritime Museum of Tasmania charts the history from earliest times to modern day with the largest collection of maritime artefacts in the state. Beautiful paintings, historical accounts and intricate replicas of ships as well as a gift shop full of maritime memorabilia help bring Tasmania's nautical links alive. http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/
Tattersall's Hobart Aquatic Centre
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This world class facility comprises of three superb pools, spas, a sauna and steam room, fitness centre and café. Relax in a sub-tropical paradise and enjoy the excitement of the aquatic activities including a waterslide, bubble jets, lap pools, a beach entry, and a giant inflatable sea dragon. After your swim why not spoil yourself to lunch at the café or enjoy a workout in the fitness centre.http://seetasmaniapass.iventurecard.com/tasmania-tourist-attractions/
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Cable Hang Gliding - Located at Tahune Forest Airwalk
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Experience this unique sensation in complete safety as you soar over an 19 metre cliff to your landing 200 metres from take-off. Cable Hang Gliding uses approved safety methods to ensure your hang gliding flight simulation is one to remember. Flying days can be determined by weather conditions so please check with the operators to avoid disappointment. www.cablehanggliding.com.au/
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Experience this unique sensation in complete safety as you soar over an 19 metre cliff to your landing 200 metres from take-off. Cable Hang Gliding uses approved safety methods to ensure your hang gliding flight simulation is one to remember. Flying days can be determined by weather conditions so please check with the operators to avoid disappointment. www.cablehanggliding.com.au/
 

Tasmania mcampers and motorhomes selfdrive specials available nowwww.tasmaniamotorhomes.comt is part of the specialist for selfdrive vehicle hire and rentals and camping and accommodated one day or extended tour and safari broker group of Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals and Goholi Pty Ltd group being an experienced respected licensed Travel Agent in Australia (Tel +61 (0) 8 7999 7511). Why come to us and not the supplier direct - We can offer a reasonable discount's off various recommended supplier rates. Simply when we receive a request we recommend the different suppliers of which some you know and some you don't, then we compare the prices, what's included, availabilty limitations, standard or all inclusive quotes and prepare a detailed lenghty quote in a easy to read format detailing all you need to know about the vehicle and how to book. We then book the vehicle with a small deposit to confirm reservation for you and collect full payment of the daily basic rental 45 days prior to travel to fully complete the booking and to save any problems that may arise if you were to try to pay the balance of the daily basic rental at pickup. We then pay the supplier immediatley the following working day so your funds of the required rental monies are in the hands of the supplier. From here you will receive our E-Ticket via email which you confirm back to us then print it and take it to the Britz/CT/Maui/Apollo depot and collect your vehicle on the day of pickup. *All vehicle specifications, contents & layouts are subject to change without notice & may vary due to modifications and/or upgrades. Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals cannot be held liable for any such variance.

 
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