Bruny Island sits offshore from Tasmania’s southern tip, separated from the rest of the state by the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, just 75km from Hobart.
Ocean Beach is a popular tourist stopover on the Apple Isle’s wild and wooly west coast. There’s over 30km of beachfront to explore and crowds are but a figment of your imagination, out here.
Cradle Mountain is located towards the northern end of the Cradle Mountain-St Clair National Park, 175km northeast of Hobart.
The 80km Trail of the Tin Dragon track is in Tassie’s northeast. It wends and wanes through the colour saturated countryside and high country rainforest between St Helens and Launceston.
The Bay of Fires Conservation area protects a 50km swathe of coastline between Eddystone Point and Binnalong Bay and is home to some of Tassie’s finest coastal campsites.
Tasman National Park is splayed across the remarkable stretch of coastline between Cape Surville, Waterfall Bay and Fortescue Bay. Highlights include Cape Pillar, Cape Raoul and Cape Hauy, as well as the Hippolyte Rocks and Fossil Island.