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Bicheno is the best place in the entire world. It's so peaceful, they have all they need.
Launceston is right next to Cataract Gorge, a 150m cut into the rock with the river at the bottom. Literally 10 minutes walk from the city centre and you're in the heart of nature. The city has an adequate bus system during the week, based at St John Street. Always call taxis from payphones instead of mobiles as the …
Hobart is a happening place, with old buildings, tourists, and locals. It has the usual city feel to it, and is lovely to walk around in. Salamanca place is a must. Hiding behind other buildings this is an outdoor area with restaurants and some shops and a big pond. On Friday nights there is the live music by locals in …
Coles Bay is a very small town on the edge of water and next to a nature reserve. This is for the nature and ocean lover, and not a party and happening place like a big city. The Freycinet National Park has lots of hikes and nature and beaches to explore. Don't miss the hike to Wine Glass Bay, and even though the climb …
Eaglehawk Neck, the gateway to the Tasman Peninsula, is an isthmus holding the land to the mainland Australia by little more than a hundred-meter stretch of land. During the colonial times of Tasmania, the Tasman Peninsula was considered a natural prison for these reasons, as it needed minimal security to patrol for …
Bicheno is a small, quiet but beautiful city on the east coast of Tasmania in Australia. Bicheno it's known for its amazing landscapes, walking tracks, natural attractions, and fresh and well cooked seafood -- all of this in a relaxing place with very friendly people. As this town is a small one, expect that most of …
There are a number of Hobart hostels for you to choose from for your trip to Tasmania. Tasmania is known for its colorful, friendly personality and tends to be on the liberal side politically. The mainland often pokes fun at Tasmania, or “Tassie”, but there is no denying its beauty. To keep it pristine, no fruits, …
Devonport is the third-largest city in Tasmania and the home of the Spirit of Tasmania, the large sailing ship that travels daily between Devonport and Melbourne. It is a relaxing, quiet, seaside town, but still offers all of the amenities of a larger city. If you aren't traveling to Devonport on the Spirit of Tasmania …
Bridport, a small, seaside town in Tasmania located on the Anderson Bay, is a popular destination for Tasmanian locals to take their holidays or to spend a day at the beach. Hostels in Bridport are located along Main Street and are only a short walk to all of the amenities and shops that you may need during your stay. …
Port Arthur, located on the Tasman Peninsula, was originally a penal settlement in Tasmania. Given that the land is attached by a one-hundred-meter stretch that was home to the infamous "dog line" that would keep the prisoners from escaping, the land served as a natural prison and was deemed suitable for building a …
Coles Bay is the gateway to the stunning Freycinet National Park and the world-famous Wineglass Bay. Situated at the top of the Freycinet Peninsula on the east coast of Tasmania, this quaint seaside town offers a range of things to see and do from bushwalking, kayaking, boat tours, and food and wine tasting. Hostels …
Launceston is a pretty and quaint town with a lot to offer. Located on the Tamar River and with a population of a hundred thousand people, it is the second-largest city in Tasmania and offers a small-town feel in a city setting. Hostels in Launceston are mostly located in the downtown vicinity or nearby, allowing …
Stanley is a small town, situated in the north of the Australian island, Tasmania. There are no bus or train services that operate to Stanley, so the only way to reach the town is by car. The nearest major city is Burnie, which is about three hours by car. The drive is along the Great Nature Trail, along Tasmania’s …