Let’s be honest, there are loads of destinations all around the world that most of us would like to visit one day. However, there are many more destinations that are not as popular or well-known. One of those destinations is most definitely Tasmania. Still one of the least visited parts of Australia, this little gem of an island has quite a lot to offer to all types of tourists and adventurers.


So, let’s try to spark up your imagination, and let’s help you learn why Tasmania might be ideal for your next holiday abroad. Be careful, though, as you might actually fall in love with this amazing island to the south-west of Australia. Let’s dive in and check out some of the most amazing places to experience in Tasmania.

Hobart – For a City Break Lover

One of Australia’s oldest cities, and the capital of Tasmania, Hobart is an absolute jewel of a town. Almost vibrant from all the history, incredibly appealing, inviting, and walkable, Hobart is probably one of the most charming cities in the world. Old sandstone buildings still create the eerie historical feeling, even though their function has completely changed. One of the places with the best restaurants in all of Tasmania, but also stacked with incredible things to see, like the MONA museum, the Salamanca Market or the historic harbor. If you ever consider visiting Tasmania, make sure you plan your stay so you can explore Hobart. It will be one of the most memorable moments, regardless of your personal preferences, as Hobart has it all.


Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs – For a Stunning Tranquility

If you’re one of those people who love visiting different countries, but you don’t like an extremely dynamic holiday, you’re in luck. Tasmania has a few hidden gems to offer just for you. One of the totally different experiences from anything else in Tasmania is most definitely the visit to the Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs. These dolomite caves have formed millions of years ago, and they will leave you speechless and amazed at the first sight. Unbelievable stalactites, stalagmites, columns, and shawls spread out through incredibly spacious caves and caverns will make you feel stunned. And once you come outside, there’s a swimming pool filled with gentle and warm thermal water, surrounded by forest and all the facilities you might need. If you’re looking for a peaceful holiday abroad, make sure you visit Hastings Caves in Tasmania.

Hastings Caves Tasmania

The West Coast Wilderness Railway – For a Calm Adventurer

Traveling by train is probably the best way to explore a new country. It’s not too fast, and yet it doesn’t take too much of your time. Tasmania is no different in this regard. If you would really like to explore Tasmania’s West Coast, there isn’t a better way than using a train. The Wilderness Railway goes from Strahan to Queenstown, taking you through rainforests, which are otherwise inaccessible. The train itself is an old steam-powered train, so you will really experience something unique and exciting. Just don’t forget to bring your camera with you, or no one will believe what you’ve experienced.

Freycinet National Park – For an Adventurous Sight-Seeker

One of the best national parks in Australia, Freycinet National Park is absolutely spectacular in every possible way. A peninsular covered in white, sandy beaches, eucalyptus forests, pink granite mountains, and some of the most unique rock formations you’ll ever see in your life. This amazing national park is intertwined with various hiking and walking trails, each considered to be a different level of difficulty. There are some unbelievable scuba diving spots around the peninsula, and you can find quite charming accommodations here. One of the things you shouldn’t miss is checking out the breathtaking Wineglass Bay walk. This unbelievable part of Freycinet National Park will most definitely leave you speechless.

Freycinet Wineglass Bay

Three Capes Walk – For a Dynamic Nature Enthusiast

One of the most amazing and most popular walking trails in Australia is located in Tasmania. It’s the breathtaking Three Capes Walk trail, located to the south of the island. The trail is 46 km long, and it takes two days to complete it. Covered with loads of other walking tracks, the Three Capes Walk offers the unique opportunity to experience Tasmania’s wildlife in the best possible way. You can easily find some of the most amazing accommodation solutions all over the place, but what you should really think about is – how to record as much as possible. You can find numerous indigenous species around this walking track, and the views are absolutely unbelievable. If you’re into action, make sure you visit Tasmania and check out the Three Capes Walk.

Three Capes Tasmania

Wrapping it up

Luckily, not many tourists visit Tasmania, so you can go there at almost any time of the year and feel like you’re discovering the place for yourself. Filled with incredibly hospitable people, some of the best restaurants in the Land Down Under, and breathtaking nature, it would be a shame to miss out on visiting this beautiful island. So, if you were thinking about checking Tasmania out, don’t think, just start packing and get there as soon as possible. You’ll thank us later.