When you’re travelling around Australia you’ll most certainly come across places with weird and wonderful names. Tasmania, originally called Van Diemen’s Land, has several classics. From Doo Town to Nowhere Else, here are some of our favourite places to visit in Tasmania with the most unusual names. 1- Nowhere Else Nowhere...
The Three Capes Track in Tasmania is a multi-day walk on the Tasman Peninsula. It has 46 kilometres of world-class coastal hiking and three public huts. The four-day walk starts with a boat trip from Port Arthur to Denmans Cove in Tasman National Park and will take you via Cape...
The Aurora Australis is not as well-known as the Aurora Borealis in the north but if you catch it on the right night, it is just as amazing. Australia's amazing light show in the sky, the Aurora Australis or Southern Lights is as stunning as any night lights you'll...
The world's largest surviving carnivorous marsupial, the Tasmanian devil, has become an Australian icon and a national treasure. It has products and sporting teams named after it. Here are a few Tasmanian devil facts you may not have known. They release harrowing screeches and if you are lucky enough to...
From the picturesque vineyards of the Adelaide Hills to the towering peaks of the Flinders Ranges, from the wide open spaces of the arid Simpson Desert to the shipwrecks and bays of the Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia serves up a diverse mosaic of landscapes. Wildlife and nature experiences around...
Looking for a fabulous beach? In Tasmania beaches are wild and beautiful. We've scoured the island for the best beaches in Tasmania. As an island, going to the beach is one of the things to do in Tasmania that is on every visitor's list. Here are our picks for a...
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