Tasmanian Travelways

Showcases Tasmania, Australia’s smallest state.

What Tasmania lacks in size, it definitely makes up for in attractions, wonderful food and wine, dramatic landscapes and a haunting history. Pristine white beaches and rugged, mountainous wilderness are part of Tasmania’s charm and diversity and you can be assured that your next experience is never far away. Home to acclaimed vineyards, gourmet food trails and speciality products, Tasmania offers a host of temptations whether you are an adventurous thrill seeker or someone happy to curl up in front of an open fire.

Tasmania enjoys a mild temperate climate with four very distinct seasons, perfect for taking in the stunning scenery. Breathe in crisp, clean air and experience first hand Tasmania’s World Heritage wilderness areas. Some of the world’s best beaches are just around the corner as well as vibrant regional cities packed with plenty of options to savour fresh local produce. 

Explore World Heritage-listed convict settlements and discover how Tasmania came to be. Meet the creatures and wildlife that call Tasmania home. Whether it be out in the wild or in many of the zoos throughout the state, you can get up close to the weird and wonderful as well as the cute and cuddly.  Take a look at all that Tasmania has to offer and you’ll be surprised and delighted at how much bigger Tasmania really is on the inside

August September 2015 front cover

Feature Stories

WildlifeA hands on wildlife experience

ZOODOO is an exciting hands-on wildlife park with a large range of native, agricultural and exotic animals such as meerkats, rare white African lions, monkeys, reptiles, birds, Australian wildlife and many farmyard animals to interact with. Animal presentations begin at 11am and 2pm every day and include big cat presentations, reptile handling display, meerkat talks and Tasmanian Devil feeding. Zoodoo Wildlife Park is renowned for its hands-on approach which allows you to get closer to ...

pumphousePumphouse Point opens its doors to the World

On January 1st this year, an 18-year dream was realised at Lake St Clair as the much anticipated wilderness retreat Pumphouse Point finally opened its doors to the world. Since the restoration began in June last year, the southeastern corner of Lake St Clair has been a hive of activity as tradesmen have worked around the clock to bring the disused 1940s Hydro buildings back to life. It’s been a long road for project developer Simon Currant, who begun work on the project 18 years ago ...

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