Separated by the Bass Strait, Tasmania lies some 240 kilometres to the south of the Australian continent. With more visitors yearly than residents, its a great place to explore pristine parks and wilderness areas.
The island has the cleanest air in the world, fascinating wildlife, beautiful vistas and crystal clear lakes. It also the country’s oldest brewery and a great selection of boutique beers, some excellent wines and the freshest produce and seafood.
Australia’s most famous feline, the first cat to circumnavigate the continent and Tasmania:
Accommodation found in the country includes hotels, seaside resorts, desert resorts, caravan parks, camping, bed and breakfasts, luxury homes, backpackers and guest houses.
Find hotels and other accommodation, see Australia Hotels and Accommodation.
Main Photo: Map showing Tasmania and the Continent of Australia - Click to see the States Map
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