Tattling Tasmania!

Tattling Tasmania!

Tattling Tasmania!

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Tasmania popularly known as “Tassie,” is a smallest state in Australia which is shrouded in mystique. This far-flung location is in the south of the Australian mainland across stormy Bass Strait. It’s vast expanses of windswept wilderness mass lies in national parks and World Heritage Areas, with sparkling alpine lakes, wild rivers, and mist-cloaked peaks. It’s the bizarre wildlife from real life Tasmanian devils to the extinct thylacine, the Tasmanian tiger to its haunting convict history and beautifully preserved heritage towns, which seem frozen in time.

Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park

In the north of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park is the jewel in the crown of the state’s many natural wonders. Glacier-carved crags, glittering lakes, beech forests, alpine heathland, and jagged dolerite peaks, including 1,616-meter-high Mount Ossa, are some of its most breathtaking features. Hiking here is legendary with Lake Dove Walk, with magnificent views of Cradle Mountain and the Weindorfer Walk, a six-kilometer circuit through dense forests.

Shaped appropriately like a heart, Tasmania is also a foodie’s delight. Gloriously creamy cheeses, crisp fruits, and succulent seafood are just some of the mouthwatering local treats on offer.

Hobart

In a beautiful setting between the sea and the soaring peak of kunanyi Mount Wellington, Tasmania’s capital has transformed itself from a sleepy backwater with a turbulent convict history to a hub of cutting-edge culture.

Freycinet National Park

World Heritage-listed Freycinet National Park, on Tasmania’s relatively sunny east coast, is one of Australia’s oldest nature reserves and one of its most beautiful. The star of this picturesque peninsula is the perfect curve of powder-white sand and azure sea at Wineglass Bay one of the top beaches in Australia.

 

Taste of Tasmania!

Shaped appropriately like a heart, Tasmania is also a foodie’s delight. Gloriously creamy cheeses, crisp fruits, and succulent seafood are just some of the mouthwatering local treats on offer.

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