Hooroo, the new online accommodation brand from the Qantas Group, recently invited Australians to share their favourite ‘in the know’ travel experiences and destinations with the search uncovering hundreds of hidden gems from across the country – ranging from spectacular waterfalls, hidden beaches and freshwater lagoons to unusual rock formations, off the beaten track accommodation and hidden milk bars.
An expert judging panel consisting of well-respected travel and lifestyle influencers selected the top 40 ‘Secret Spots’ and Tasmania has been awarded 4 Spots in the Top 40!
In no particular order they are –
Ross River Bridge, One of Tasmania’s historic bridges built during the convict era.
Secret Falls, in Hobart. This surprisingly beautiful little waterfall is a small walk up past Cascades and the Female Factory on the lower slopes of Mt Wellington.
Bay of Fires, on Tasmania’s East Coast is one of Tasmania’s best known spots. Along with Wineglass Bay it is rated as one of the best beaches in the world.
Donaldson River, in the Tarkine Forest in Northwest Tasmania.
To get involved and show your support for your favourite Tasmanian ‘Secret Spot’ by voting, simply head to http://hooroosecretspots.com. Voting is now open and closes at 5pm (AEDST) on 17 December 2012.