May
30
2012

Tasmania is famous for its wild seas, pristine beaches and fresh mountain air, but it is rare to combine three of its best features in one place.

Yet those who have laid eyes on the far North Coast of the island will be all too aware of the truth in this statement.

From the snow capped mountain peaks of Cradle Mountain through to the rocky cliff tops and sweeping ocean views that have come to define the coastal town of Marrawah, you won't be short of natural wonders in this part of the world.

Whether you are in the region for a week or just a few days, you will still have time to breathe in the natural beauty of the area and reconnect with nature.

Also, there are a number of wilderness adventures on offer that cater to people of all ages and ability levels – which means that you won't have any excuse not to enjoy yourself on your next trip to the far North West of Tasmania.

And if you split the journey into easy-to-manage day trips, you will have the flexibility to stay in each location for as much or as little time as you like.

If you wish to explore holiday specials in the area – go to mytassiebreak.com

My Tassie Break in the North West

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