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The 12 BEST Places to Visit in Tasmania (2023 Travel Guide)

Greens Beach Places To Visit In Tasmania

If you’re looking for a list of the top things to see and the absolute best places to visit in Tasmania, you’ve come to the right place.

Located across the Bass Strait, Tasmania is Australia’s smallest state. But for its size, it surely packs a punch with all of the great things to see and do.

From relaxing on white-sand beaches to climbing jagged mountain peaks, to exploring bustling city markets, we’ve got some awesome things to do in Tasmania for every kind of traveller.

READ MORE: Here’s our Australia travel guide to make the most of your trip.

One thing to note upfront before your trip: Tasmania is bigger than you might think, and many of the great places to visit in Tasmania are best reached with your own set of wheels.

The best way to get around is to rent a car and explore on your own! We recommend Rental Cars, which has the largest range of vehicles for the best value on the market.

So if you can, plan to road trip through Tasmania to get the full Tassie experience.

Get ready for epic national parks, west coast wilderness and famous places like Bay of Fires, Bruny Island, Wineglass Bay and Mount Wellington.

Greens Beach – One of the best places to visit in Tasmania.

The Absolute Best Places to Visit in Tasmania

However you visit Tasmania, just be sure to check out these 10 amazing places before you leave the island:

1) Freycinet National Park

This national park is of the most popular places to visit in Tasmania for a reason. Freycinet National Park, on Tasmania’s east coast, is famed for its iconic vistas of Wineglass Bay, a curved stretch of sand filled with water so blue it seems almost otherworldly.

Stop in at Coles Bay to check out any opportunities to see what activities are planned throughout the national park or to rent kayaks or hop on this amazing cruise of Wineglass Bay.

Despite its popularity with visitors, it’s still possible to escape the crowds by heading out on one of the many hiking trails that wind through the park.

Before long, you’re likely to find yourself alone in the national park with your own private stretch of sand. Or on the top of a peak, if you decide to do the Mount Amos walk (highly recommended).

Actually, you may not be entirely alone. Watch out for the many friendly wallabies that ply these parts. And, yes, they’ve been known to hold still for some pretty epic selfies!

  • Price: AUD $24 (daily pass per vehicle)
Freycinet National Park Tasmania
Beautiful views in Freycinet National Park.

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