Top 3 Tassie travel destinations

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Planning a trip to Tasmania? Then you will want to know about the island state’s most popular attractions.

Each year people of all ages make the pilgrimage to Tasmania and while there are always fun things to do and see during your stay, you will find that there are some places that take your breath away no matter how many times you visit.

Whether you are embarking on your first ever trip to the island state, enjoying a yearly sojourn or just a curious local, you will want to add these destinations to your travel itinerary.

Cataract George – If you are from Launceston, you are probably already familiar with the rugged beauty nature reserve. Located just 15 minutes from the city centre, it is hard to believe that clean mountain air, sweeping views and rushing rivers are so close to civilisation. Enjoy relaxing with friends by the water’s edge or test your endurance on a nearby hike to really make the most of this must-see travel spot.

Cradle Mountain, Lake St Clair National Park –  It doesn’t seem to matter how many times you see Cradle Mountain, you can always find something new to discover. Along with horse riding, hiking and wine tasting events to help you pass time, you can also relax at one of the holiday venue’s many luxury spas – which means that this national park really does cater to everyone’s needs.

Flinders Island – For a real taste of island tourism, you will need to pack your bags and book a flight to Flinders Island. From adventure tours to bush walking and fishing, you will find something to keep you occupied in this part of the world. It is also a great place for photographers to hone their skills given the area’s natural beauty and unique inhabitants.

Cataract Gorge and The Basin Launceston

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Flinders Island Trousers Point - Tourism Tasmania Visual Library

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