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Tasmania is rich in history, being one of the earliest settled areas in Australia, 1803. The landscape contains hundreds of mountains up to 5000 feet high, majestic rivers and tremendous forests. Tasmania is also renowned for its gourmet food. There's plenty to do in Tasmania, dozens of golf courses, thousands of both freshwater, big game, estuary and sea fishing spots are accessible from major centres of Hobart and Launceston.
Hobart Hotels | Port Arthur Hotels | Coles Bay Hotels
Hobart and its surrounding towns of Kettering to the south and Richmond to the north-east are an intriguing blend of heritage and lifestyle, scenery and vibrant culture. Visit WikiAustralia.com to read more about Hobart, Australia.
Hobart is defined by the river and sea. Take a harbour cruise or drive to the summit of Mount Nelson or Mount Wellington. »
Around 90 kilometres south-east of Hobart is the beautiful historic town of Port Arthur, where there is so much to experience. »
The Coles Bay and the Freycinet National Park are one of Tasmania's most popular holiday spots for visitors and locals. »
Devonport Hotels | Cradle Mountain Hotels | Launceston Hotels
The northern region of Tasmania is an area of absolute natural beauty. From Devonport to the rugged country towards Cradle Mountain, to Launceston and the Tamar Valley, visitor to this region of Australia will be inspired and moved. Accommodation is available throughout this reagion, from luxury resorts to quaint little bed and breakfasts.
Devonport is one of the Tasmania’s main points of access, on the banks of the Mersey River and is the state's third largest city. »
The rugged Cradle Mountain country is a region of farming hamlets and historic buildings, forests and mountainscapes. »
Launceston and the Tamar Valley blend history, scenery, adventure, entertainment and the superb flavours of fine food and wine. »