Rolling rivers, wild seas and mountains capped in snow are just some of the sights that you will be likely to see next time you are in Tasmania.
And with scenery that has the power to stir memories and evoke the senses, it is little wonder that so many people keep coming back to the island state after their first visit.
Among some of the attractions to look out for on your trip to the island state this month is Tastings at the Top, Jazz at Mona, as well as a number of weekly markets which allow you to get down and local.
For those who are keen to break up an action packed schedule with moments of solitude, or just a little peace and quiet by design, you can also lose yourself to nature in the Tasmania’s many national parks.
Best of all, the easy driving distances around Tasmania make it easy to see as many or few sights as you like depending on your own personal schedule. We suggest you never rush – that is not what a holiday is about.
If you are looking to travel in a group, you may want to go online to find different tour companies that may still have winter deals available.
However, wise travellers will try to book as early as possible to make sure they get the best value for money.