Perfect Week in Tasmania
Hobart, TAS
hard to miss! It’s probably where you’re flying in to and it’s definitely a great place to start. We spent a total of three days staying in this city and exploring the area around it.
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South Hobart, TAS
Cascade Brewery
is a must is you’re visiting Hobart. It’s the oldest brewery in all of Australia, complete with a beautiful beer garden. It also serves a killer cheese board that lets you sample three of their signature beers.
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National Park, TAS
Russell Falls
tucked away in Mount Field National Park-- the drive to get there is spectacular on a sunny day like the one we had, but the falls are something else.
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Berriedale, TAS
experience • restaurants
a canopy walkway located in the Tahune Forest. It’s a beautiful walk, though between us we enjoyed Russell Falls more. Still, if you’re sticking around Hobart for a while it’s definitely a good thing to check out!
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Eaglehawk Neck, TAS
destination • experience
Tessellated Pavement
It’s a fantastically cool museum with thought-provoking, out-of-the-box exhibits that you have to see to truly appreciate. The museum also features a beautiful lookout over Hobart’s waterfront, a world class restaurant, and wine & beer garden. What’s not to love?
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Coles Bay, TAS
Freycinet National Park
We started at Waterfall Bay Lookout, followed by Devil’s Kitchen and the Tasman Arch. MJ’s favorite was Waterfall Bay Lookout, mine was the Tasman Arch, all are spectacular natural wonders and definitely worth the visit. They’re also very close to each other, only a couple minutes drive at most, so there’s no excuse not to hit them all.
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Bicheno, TAS
East Coast Natureworld
This natural phenomenon is the most famous example of tessellated pavement in the world and it definitely worth seeing. It’s hard to believe it’s natural when you’re looking at it but it makes for some serious amazing photos.
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Bakers Beach, TAS
Narawntapu National Park, Parks and Wildlife Service
The most famous attractions in this park are The Hazards, a mountain range running along the coast, and Wineglass Bay Lookout. Walk around the Cape Tourville Lighthouse, which gives you an alternate view of Wineglass Bay, and ventured down into Sleepy Bay. This easy walk brought us to a stunning little beach complete with unique rock formations and some of the crystalline sand the area is known for.
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