In every corner of Tasmania, there are discoveries, attractions and experiences waiting for you to discover. Whether you're interested in sea kayaking or sea-run trout, fine wool or fine furniture, tall ships or tall trees, smoked salmon or steam trains or an interesting combination of them all, chances are you'll find them in Tasmania.
Tasmania's capital city is an intriguing blend of heritage and lifestyle, scenery and vibrant culture.
Launceston is Tasmania's second-largest city and is located on the Tamar River where the North and South Esk Rivers converge - a city of graceful streets adorned by elegant Victorian and Edwardian facades, surrounded by beautiful countryside.
If there's a single keynote for Tasmania's North East, perhaps it is colour - travelling through this part of the State, you'll be aware of the changing tones and hues of the land, the sky, the sea.
From Devonport, the Bass Highway takes you through the Port of Burnie. Visit the lighthouse at Wynyard's Table Cape then continue through farming land to Stanley and the famous "Nut". South west of Smithton is Marrawah on Tasmania's wild West Coast.
Port Arthur is situated in a very picturesque region of Tasmania and is home to one of Australia's historic convict settlements.
Experience the many aspects of the Tasmania's South East. Inland is historic Richmond and further north the town of Swansea and the beautiful scenery of the east coast.
Strahan is a picturesque village on Tasmania's west coast where visitors can enjoy a number of tours and cruises to the nearby waterways and countryside.