Tasmania represents an interesting alternative to the Australian mainland and is fast becoming the choice destination for those wanting to escape the traditional parameters of an Australian holiday. Tasmania is the alternative traveller’s choice, complete with rolling, picturesque landscapes; Tasmania has effectively contributed significantly to Australia’s magnificent heritage.

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Discover Australia’s offshore Tasmanian state on your Australian adventure with one of Travelbag’s excellent Multi-Centre holidays. With its green pastures, rocky coastline and historic towns, Tasmania makes a fascinating diversion on any Australia holiday, making it the ideal destination to twin with a holiday to Sydney and Melbourne. Show More
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Tasmania Highlights

The treasures of Tasmania are there for everyone to see and with a holiday to the wonderful island, you will be able to see first hand what this offshore island has to offer and the endless discoveries that await you. Traditionally a quieter corner of Australia, Tasmania has rocky coastlines and headlands perfect for hiking, waterways and a splendid array of wildlife including the endangered Tasmanian Devil. Tasmania is without a doubt an excellent choice for a holiday involving those who are keen to venture of the beaten track and explore this magnificent island.

The island’s history and heritage, displayed perfectly by the capital Port Arthur, featuring the former prison (which is now a World Heritage Site) and lush landscapes where as the various national parks (of which 40% of the island consists) really makes Tasmania an intriguing, fascinating and beautiful holidaying destination.

Tasmania Lands Tasmania Lakeside Beaches of Tasmania

Things to do in Tasmania

  • Go on an adventure with numerous national parks, trails and outdoor activities for you to do in Tasmania’s numerous national parks.
  • Explore and discover Tasmania’s heritage and colonial beginnings with a trip to the island’s capital of Port Arthur.
  • Witness Tasmania’s unique wildlife including the elusive Tasmanian Devil.
  • Sample Tasmania’s secluded white, sandy beaches.

If you would like to know more about Travelbag’s excellent tailor-made holidays to Tasmania, don’t hesitate to contact us on 0203 139 7074.

Packing Tips

Tasmania is the Australian region perfect for people who love adventure and love the outdoors. Located off the mainland on a tiny island, Tasmania is home to some of the most diverse and beautiful wildlife in the country.

If you’re headed to Tasmania, pack for adventure. We’re talking strong, sturdy walking boots and shorts and trousers that can withstand a bit of climbing. It’s also a great idea to take a good backpack too - if you plan on doing hiking whilst on the island, this will be more useful than anything else.

But don’t forget about the relaxation too! Just as you’d expect from anywhere in Australia - there are a bounty of beaches to choose from too - so pack your swimwear, sun-cream and travel towel.

Essential Information

  • Country Capital-Canberra
  • State Capital-Port Arthur
  • Currency-Australian Dollar
  • Language-English
  • Time Zone- GMT +10 hours.

Weather In Tasmania

Much like the UK, Tasmania has four very distinct seasons, so each time of year is considerably different from the other. If you want mild temperatures and plan on doing plenty of outdoor activities, then the summer months (December - March) will be the best time to visit for you.

If you visit during the summer, expect maximum temperatures averaging at around 20 °C (68 °F) to 24 °C (75 °F) which is a nice, comfortable temperature for outdoor activities and hiking.


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