Recommended routes Tasmania

Recommended routes Tasmania

Ideally, it takes a month to fully tour Tasmania, visit each point of interest and take breaks at its favorite spots.

If you have less time ahead of you, it is better to land on the east side of the island, and expand the program according to your schedule.

A week in Tasmania


  • Stroll along the quays and window displays in front of the shops and galleries of Salamanca Place, fitted out in former warehouses from the colonial period (XNUMXth century)
  • Salamanca Market, Saturday morning
  • Historic buildings and pretty XNUMXth century whalers' cottages in Battery Point
  •  Mount Wellington (1 m above sea level), for its panoramic view of the city and the entire coast
  • Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
  • Visit of the cadbury chocolate factory

Bruny Island

  • Hiking and wildlife observation (penguins, albatrosses, etc.)
  • South Bruny National Park : Adventure Bay, Cloudy Bay, Cape Bruny Lighthouse

Huon Peninsula

  • Tasting in the orchards and vineyards of the Huon Valley
  • Cygnet
  • Huonville


  • Historic town, many XNUMXth century buildings
  • Richmond Bridge (the oldest bridge in Australia) and St John's Church (the oldest Catholic church on the continent)
  • Model Village, miniature reproduction of Hobart as it was in its origins, circa 1820


  • Sorell Fruit Farm 

Tasman Peninsula

  • Hiking in the Tasman National Park
  • Port Arthur Historic Site
  • Natural curiosities: Remarkable Cave, Devil's Kitchen, Tasman Arch, Waterfall Bay
  • Tasmanian Devil Park to Taranna, to see a real taz

Two weeks in Tasmania

Same circuit, then continue up the east coast.

Freycinet National Park

  • Hike to the magnificent Wineglass Bay, via the Wineglass Bay Lookout to have a preliminary panoramic view. If you take the time to appreciate this exceptional place and return to the Visitors Center via the Hazards, impressive pink granite cliffs, it will take you a big day.

St Helens

  • Binalong Bay
  • Bay of fires


  • Repic
  • Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery
  • Nature walk in the marshy reserve of Tamar Island

Mole Creek Karts National Park

  • King Solomon Cave
  • Marakoopa Cave and its colony of glowworms

Cradle Mountain-Lake St-Clair National Park

  • Dove lake at Cradle Moutain
  • Lake St-Clair at the other end of the park (allow 2 days to see both)

Mount field national park

  • Russel falls

Three weeks in Tasmania

To enrich your visit, add to the previous program:

Maria Island National Park

  • Plan 2 days on this car-free island, popular with bird watchers, divers, cyclists and hikers. 


  • Tasmanian Aboriginal Culture Center
  • Devonport Maritime Museum


  • Pioneer Village Museum 


  • The Nut, volcanic formation 152 m high with panoramic view at the top
  • Organized tour to discover the local fauna: fur seals, penguins or even platypus


  • For surfing


  • Ride in cogwheel train restored to Queenstown
  • Cruise on the Gordon River

Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Parks

  • Descent in Rafting of the Franklin River

One month in Tasmania

  • Take the opportunity to embark on a multi-day hike in one of the island's national parks. Take a tour in that of Southwest, remote but which is part of the area classified as World Heritage of Humanity. You can also spend a few days on Flinders ou King Island.

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