Tasmania is an island blessed by nature delivering the freshest air in the world, purest water, cool climate wines, refreshing beers, cider, and more recently globally acclaimed whisky and gin! It is an island of abundant wildlife, authentic colonial heritage, history with a dark and sometimes brutal past, and a modern arts and culture scene that has spawned an incredible range of dining experiences around the island.
Tasmania is also Australia’s health farm! A farm that features a larder full of the finest produce imaginable - fresh berries, honey, cheese, truffles, chocolate, beef, seafood and so much more. With a population barely in excess of 500,000 we offer a lifestyle the envy of many. It’s no joke that our “peak hour” usually lasts 20 minutes!
Perhaps more importantly Tasmania has an incredibly friendly population - locals immensely proud of their island home – and willing to share it’s many secrets.
Credit: Paul Fleming
Tasmania has four distinct seasons. The warmest months are December, January, February and March. Autumn generally has clear, sunny days and Winter can be cool, depending on the region that you are in. However, because we sit in the Southern Ocean and have a maritime climate, temperature can vary greatly on any given day.
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7-night Tasmania Adventure!
A taste of the state’s highlights with this seven day self-drive tour.