See & Do

To whet your appetite, here are a few of the bits and bobs you can see, do and discover in Tasmania.

  • Three Capes Track

    Lace up and take the walk of a lifetime along the breathtaking Three Capes Track.

  • The Devil’s Keeper

    Experience ‘Devils in the Dark’ where you’ll get closer to the creature than you ever thought possible.

  • The Canyon Chaser

    Meet the man behind Cradle Mountain Canyons, one of the greatest outdoor adventures on earth.

  • The Power of Two

    Discover a place where heavenly wines and fresh oysters marry together like they never have before.

  • Bushie’s Backyard

    Join Pepper Bush Adventures on the journey of a lifetime in Tasmania’s magical wilderness.

  • The Story Farmer

    Step into Ratho Farm and step back in time to the home of some of Tassie’s most colourful history.

  • The Laird of Crackpot

    Get lost in Tasmazia; a wonderful world where you’ll discover what it’s like to be a child again.

  • The Great Australian Crawl

    Buckle up and prepare to be captivated by one of Australia’s most iconic self-drive holidays.

  • The Hole in One

    The No.1 public golf course in Australia awaits… game on!

  • Bay of Fires Lodge

    Join James and Sara as they show you around this awe-inspiring place.

  • Meet Jeremy & Anita

    Uncover the secrets behind award winning wine and design.

  • Mount Gnomon Farm

    Meet farmer Guy Robertson and enjoy a true paddock to plate experience.

  • Seafood Seduction

    Meet eco-warrior Rob Pennicott and prepare to have your tastebuds seduced.

  • Cycle North Tasmania

    Discover a few reasons why cyclists the world over are making tracks down here.

  • East Coast Food & Wine

    Get a taste of Tassie’s East Coast.

  • Windgrove

    Discover a place where art and nature become one.

  • The Tarkine

    Step into an ancient land of contradictions and the world’s second largest cool temperate rainforest.

  • Australian Wild Harvest Food Trail

    Walk the food trail – meet your dinner before you eat it.

  • Binalong Bay

    Pick up a hamper and join the locals at the Binalong picnic table, some say it’s the best seat in the world.

  • Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

    Meet the animals and hear their stories at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.

  • Bridestowe

    Bobbie the Bridestowe lavender bear shows you around the beautiful place he lives and works.

  • Coles Bay

    Travel the road less travelled up Tasmania’s amazing east coast road.

  • Cradle Mountain

    Discover this iconic scenery and meet the loveable locals and devilish creatures that bring it to life.

  • Hastings Caves

    You’re invited to the Hastings Caves 40,000,000th Annual General Meeting.

  • Hollybank Treetop Adventure

    Strap yourself in and prepare for take off at Hollybank Treetop Adventures.

  • Queenstown Heritage & Arts Festival

    Authentic and quirky experiences that define Queenstown as a destination – no ordinary place – no ordinary festival!

  • New Norfolk Antiques

    Join Will Chatalot as he takes you to his favourite places around historic New Norfolk.

  • Purple Possum Cafe

    Step into this quirky little café, where you’ll discover a wholefoods store, a mini-gallery and a bric-a-brac garden shed, all rolled into one.

  • QVM Inveresk Railyard Museum

    At the Queen Victoria Museum, even the buildings belong in the museum.

  • Wine Glorious Wine!

    Northern Tasmania is a feast for all your senses, it's bound to have you singing for your supper.

  • Bicheno Penguin Tours

    The nightly Bicheno Penguin Tour is a must on the East Coast. You'll meet hundreds of these little guys; just don't forget to wear your shoes.

  • Cranks & Tinkerers

    Step back in time with one of our most unique residents – Ian Summers. He collects things, he runs a museum and he plays the banjo. Brilliant!

  • The Female Factory

    Stories of isolation, starvation and deprivation, you can listen while standing between the walls where it all took place.

  • The Ship That Never Was

    Based on a real event back in 1834, Australia's longest running play, it's the must see performance of several lifetimes.
    You can see it in Strahan on Tasmania's West Coast.

  • Bruny Island

    There are cheeses…and then there are the Bruny Island Cheese Co. cheeses. Careful your mouth doesn't water over the keyboard.

  • Dismal Swamp

    Take a 110 metre slide to the bottom of the world's only blackwood sinkhole. At the bottom it's unlike anything you've ever seen before.

  • Evandale

    Take a different type of tour through the historic and picturesque town of Evandale in Tasmania's North.

  • Friendly Beaches

    No one does beaches like Tasmania. For example this place is called Friendly Beaches but chances are you won't see anybody around for miles.

  • Brickendon & Woolmers Estates

    Step into the shoes of the convict workers, as they guide you through the Brickendon and Woolmers Estates giving you a taste of what life was really like.

  • Lower Crackpot

    Take a quick look at this politically incorrect and quirky little village located along the scenic route to Cradle Mountain.

  • Pyengana Dairy

    Ridiculously intelligent, come and meet the cows of Pyengana Dairy Company in Tasmania's stunning North East. These ladies will really moove you.

  • Weldborough Hotel

    Weldborough in the North East. Famous for many things, including its hotel.

  • West Coast Wilderness Railway

    If you think today's train ride to work is a grind, experience what they used to go through aboard the West Coast Wilderness Railway.

  • Lark Distilery

    Don't take our word for it, take a sip. Crafted from pure Tassie ingredients, you can find Lark Distillery smack-bang in the middle of Hobart.

  • Honesty Boxes in Tasmania

    Honesty boxes containing many delights and treats, can be found all around Tasmania. This one has a special video treat from Sally Wise.

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