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Destinations

Cradle Mountain, Tasmania

Located in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Cradle Mountain is like nothing else in the world. With a number of hiking trails, unreal scenery, epic views and loads of Australian wildlife, this area is without a doubt a must-do when travelling along the west coast of Tasmania. Recommended Stay: 3-4 days Activities Walking [...]

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Strahan, Tasmania

A beautiful, small, coastal town located on the west coast of Tasmania. Relax along the secluded beaches and adventure to the nearby national parks and waterfalls for natural perfection. Strahan is a great location to base yourself when exploring Franklin-Gordon National Park or the west coast of Tasmania. Recommended Stay: 3-4 days [...]

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Hobart, Tasmania

The capital city of Tasmania, Hobart is a great place to adventure to for incredible nature sights. The city has a magnificent backdrop on Mount Wellington which provides epic views, hiking and cycling trails. Recommended Stay: 5 days Activities Salamanca Market This outdoor market is located in the heart of Hobart and is a very popular [...]

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Freycinet National Park, Tasmania

Freycinet National Park, is a beautiful, lush national park that offers great hiking spots, pristine beaches, and picturesque mountains ranges. This national park is home to the famous Wineglass Bay, one of the best beaches in the world. Coles Bay is a great place to base yourself when exploring Freycinet National Park. Recommended Stay: [...]

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Launceston, Tasmania

Tasmania’s second largest city which is surrounded by beauty. Known for its incredible Cataract Gorge, see natures at its very best with a trip to Esk River, home to Cataract Gorge and the Tamar Valley. Explore the city centre and head out to the coasts that surround Launceston for a beautiful getaway. Recommended Stay: 3-4 days [...]

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Devonport, Tasmania

Devonport is a beautiful coastal city, surrounded by river, ocean and mountains. Arrive in Devonport via ferry or plane and enjoy the relaxed nature this town has to offer. Hop on the Spirit of Tasmania to head to mainland Australia or hang around Tasmania for a little while, indulging in the beautiful nearby national parks, and beaches. [...]

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Port Augusta, South Australia

Port Augusta is a small town located on the northeast corner of the Eyre Peninsula. See local attractions such as the beautiful beaches and the Spencer Gulf, and learn about local history. A great place to base yourself when travelling up the middle of Australia or exploring the nearby national parks and peninsulas. Recommended Stay: 1-2 [...]

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Port Lincoln, South Australia

Port Lincoln is a beautiful coastal town located at the bottom of the Eyre Peninsula. See wildlife in their natural habitats such as emus, kangaroos, sharks, and sea lions. Go shark cage diving, swim with sea lions, and swim with tuna. A great place to situate yourself to explore the nearby national parks. Recommended Stay: 3-5 days [...]

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Ceduna, South Australia

Ceduna is a small coastal town situated in the northwest on the Eyre Peninsula. Check out the nearby beaches and coastlines for relaxation and adventuring. A great place for sailing, fishing, walking, and relaxing on the beach. Recommended Stay: 2-3 days Note: South Australia’s quarantine station is in Ceduna so make sure you don’t have [...]

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Border Village, South Australia

Cross the border from Western Australia to South Australia and into the very small town of Border Village. Head to the ‘Welcome to South Australia’ sign for a quick photo. Rest up for the last stretch of the Nullarbor and enjoy the solitude of the Australian Outback. Recommended Stay: 1 day Tip: There is food quarantine heading from SA [...]

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