A small island with so many things to do, one can’t get enough of Tasmania and its serene beauty. Whether you want to just explore or go for the natural beauty, you should keep in mind that you will have a tight schedule. So to get the best out of your experience on the ecstatic island of Tasmania, we are here to help you out with the top 5 things to do in Tasmania.
1. Cradle Mountain National Park
Cradle Mountain National Park has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, due to the fact that it has one of the most exciting experiences of nature and her wilderness.
Close to the city of Launceston you can go to the park for a single day visit or you can go for their multi-day treks. You can take short walks or go for overnight walks; you can also take the renowned Overland Track and immerse yourself in nature and natural beauty.
2. Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park
A view to remember, this beautiful bay will be in your memories long after you have visited. You can choose to either go to the visitor’s platform and witness the view of Wineglass Bay or you can trek on the top of Mount Amos and get an even better view. If you are not the one for trekking and getting your hands dirty you can also go for a scenic flight which starts from $175 which is not an amount that you will regret to pay as the journey will be simply mind-blowing.
3. The Bathtub of Heaven
Forget those tired baths you take after work, forget the surroundings of your bathroom, Thalia Haven offers you a bathing experience like none other. On the East Coast of Tasmania you can rent out a place for complete privacy and some well needed break from the concrete world you live in.
4. A trek on the Nut
It is not every day that you hear from someone that they have climbed The Nut; you can tell that story of this beautiful and short trek that will give you a view which will be imprinted in your memories forever.
5. The Painted Cliffs
The’ destination to go on the Maria Islands; the painted cliffs is naturally made rock formations that will dazzle you. The island has been in recent years made as a sanctuary for wild and marine life giving another reason for you to explore it.