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Australia 's stunning coastlines, incredible landscapes and natural beauty are now at your fingertips. The pristine waters of Queensland, the blazing sunsets of Uluru, the vineyards ripe with fruit and sparkling lights of Sydney are waiting for you.

Before you venture further, though, look at these holiday destinations in Tasmania.

Port Arthur

Freycinet Peninsular

Cradle Mountain

Flinders Island

King Island

Strahan and the West Coast

Gordon River

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Trips out of Hobart

Museum of Old and New Art: MONA situated on the banks of the Derwent at Moorilla winery on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart, Tasmania was founded by David Walsh and has some amazing exhibitions www.mona.net.au The museum itself is undergound and specialises in confronting exhibitions which question everything about us.

 

Bruny Island:

From Kettering you can take a 15 minute ferry ride and find yourself on Bruny Island. Bruny Island boasts wonderful swimming spots at Mickey's Bay and for surfers at Coal Point near Adventure Bay and there is a sensational three hour boat trip with Bruny Crioses which shold not be missed. Here you will see towering cliffs, spoting blow holes and a wealth of sea birds while seals bask in the sunshine on The Friars. Bruny's home grown food and fresh oysters make wonderful fare!

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Bushwalking

The Overland Track. The most spectacular of Tasmania's walks is the Overland Track which runs through a number of World Heritage areas. This is a five to seven day walk and along the way there are many huts which can be used for overnight stays or a reprieve from the journey. From here you will see Tasmania's highest peak, Mount Ossa.

The Melaleuca to Cockle Creek Walk is a five to nine day trek and is undoubltedly one of Australia's most unforgettable coastal walks.

Arch-Fortescue Bay Walk is a two day must do walk covering coastal vistas, thick forests and tumbling waterfalls.

The South Coast Track- Eastern End is just a two hour walk but has amazing views of this World Heritage area.

 






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