Tasmania is Island, one-step farther removed than the rest of the Australian continent. It is hidden under southern shore and cut off by the violent seas of the Bass Strait, fully surrounded by the beauty of nature. Over 3.4 million acres of its area is protected wilderness, including ancient rainforest, jagged peaks, and powerful rivers. Reaching Tasmania has become easier in recent years with direct flights from Sydney and Melbourne. It’s beautiful white sandy beaches, stunning nature walk, turquoise waters and a variety of flora and fauna have been attracting people from all over the world to visit it at least once in life.
This place is best for people who are more into a quiet and soothing place then rushing and nosy areas to visit. Tasmania is such a unique and beautiful place to visit and relax from the busy tough life. And trust me it will surely have you with a full camera roll at the end of your trip.
Now let us talk about the must see-sights in Tasmania, which will surely surprise you with its beauty and mesmerizing view. Edvise hub has listed a few of the sight you should visit while you stay in Australia. Read on to know more about it!
The cultural capital of Hobart:
Your first step can be nothing else than the Cultural Capital of Hobart. With a variety of corners of the city to enjoy and amazing view, this can be the best start of your trip to Tasmania. This has tons of art galleries to explore and see the beautiful side of this part of the country, also not to forget about the best coffee in Australia. I am sure it will keep you happy to stay here for a few days.
Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park:
Ok! This is going to be a crazy experience for all the beach lovers. It is one of the world’s finest white sand beaches, also it’s considered one of the most famous views of Tasmania. The view at the top of MT. Amos is unforgettable; you can even take a scenic flight over the bay for spectacular experience and view.
Port Arthur Historical Prison:Port Arthur Historical Prison:
Oldest former prison whose remain can be visited. It’s one of the greatest attractions of Tasmania and a great way to know and learn about history. An extreme form of solitary confinement was instigated here, where prisoners were locked in total darkness and provided just bread and water for days on end. Today it seems to highlight its tragic past and has become known for it for people to visit it.
Hike Cradle Mountain
It is the perfect place for people who love to stay close to nature and mesmerized by it. Cradle mountain lodge gives you the chance to enjoy the nature at fullest. You can stay there and hike the four hours dove lake loop track, Which will lead you the twisted “ballroom rainforest” and to highest peak, where it seems possible to touch the sky (do not forget that weather can change in just few mins from sunny blue skies to ice storm)
Little Blue Lake:
The pretty blue color of this lake is one of the biggest attraction for people to visit, as refreshing it looks it gives you the same vibes to visit. It almost blinding with its brightness. No matters how much you want to touch it, swimming in this water is not allowed. However, it is a great starting point for the hike up to Mt Cameron, as well as Mt William National Park close by.
Top 5 places to visit in Tasmania, for people who want to live study or just visit this beautiful place on earth. If you want to know about different Cities and top places to visit in Australia then do check Edvise hub’s other blogs. For more information, you can contact us at Contact@edvisehub.com