Tasmania is one of the world's most popular walking destinations. For the keen walker, there is a wide range of landscapes to enjoy. On a bush walk you might find yourself looking at a magnificent beach or admiring an alpine forest.
Facilities for walkers are excellent. There are free public huts, excellent campsites, visitor centres and superb walking paths.
Not a lot of time? No worries, there are plenty of short walks available. And even on the short walks there are spectacular views to be enjoyed. Include at least one short walk on your Tasmania holiday.
A cruise is such a terrific way to slow down, relax and "enjoy the ride". And that's exactly what you should be doing on your Tasmania holiday.
Fishing in Tasmania has been described as top class. As with other activities in Tasmania, what's great about fishing here is you can try a range of fishing experiences all on one compact island.
Does fishing at a beach appeal to you? How about fishing for wild brown trout on a highland lake? Or maybe you prefer to cast a line for some bluefin tuna? How does saltwater flyfishing sound to you? Would you like to try your luck with hauling in flathead from a dinghy?
There are experienced guides available to help you make the most of your fishing experience. You may have some experience under your belt. You may be a newbie. Whatever the case may be, you must try the fishing in Tasmania.
What about an encounter with Tasmanian devils on your Tasmania holiday? Now those are a little harder to spot in the wild. However you can still visit them in special parks like the Trowunna Wildlife Park.