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Sitting just off the mainland of Australia, south of Victoria, the little island of Tasmania is an untouched paradise full of natural beauty, world class produce and hidden hot spots that are definitely still of the beaten track. 

From beautiful white sand beaches along the East Coast, to the rugged mountain landscapes of the West Coast and just so much to explore in between, there’s always a new pocket of Tasmania waiting to be uncovered.

While you’re in Tasmania, make sure to taste test some of the local wines and produce made in the area, it will keep you coming back for more.

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Capital City: Hobart

Start here: discovertasmania.com

Check out all the locations for Tasmania Visitors Centres to find the one closest to you. 

Stay connected & get featured: Follow @tasmania on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter, & hashtag #discovertasmania or #tassiestyle to have your photos featured on their socials.

Everything you need to know about carvanning in TAS: caravanningtas.com.au

For a list of all the wi-fi hotspots in Tasmania:  discovertasmania.com.au/travel-information/wifi-hot-spots

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Hobart is one of the most charming cities in Australia. From the historical streets and buildings to incredible local wineries, breweries and world class art galleries, there’s so much to explore in Hobart.

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Tasmanian Travel & Information Centre Hobart: 

20 Davey Street, Hobart | Ph: (03) 6238 4222   hobarttravelcentre.com.au

To check out Tasmania’s events calender:  discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/events

For information on bush fires, fire bans and fire warnings: fire.tas.gov.au

For everything you need to know about National Parks and buying a pass: parks.tas.gov.au

For quarantine information and what you can and can’t bring to Tasmania: dpipwe.tas.gov.au

For information on fishing in Tasmania: ifs.tas.gov.au/ols