Tourist Information for Tasmania


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  • Hobart ---- Visited: 13 Times


    Listing id: 10

    Tasmania's capital city, Hobart, lies nestled between the brooding peak of Mt Wellington and the banks of the Derwent River. As Australia's second oldest city, Hobart provides a picturesque and evocative setting for a lifestyle that is both relaxed and welcoming.

    There is easy public access to sections of our working port , Salamanca Place and other areas of the Sullivans Cove waterfront allowing you to view the fishing fleet in Victoria Dock, watch the Antarctic supply ships come and go, buy fish from the fish punts in and around Constitution Dock, shop at the many unique stores in Salamanca Place or simply enjoy the food and drinks served up in the various hotels and restaurants.
    Website - (03) 6238...

  • Huon Valley Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 11 Times

    Huon Valley

    Listing id: 11

    The Huon Trail is the perfect touring route to take you around the area to the south of Hobart. In just a 20-minute drive, you will find a world of extensive and serene waterways, wild coastlines, quiet farmlands, boutique vineyards, and rugged but accessible World Heritage wilderness. The Huon Trail leads you to ideal places for a relaxing holiday or short break, offering an inspiring mix of outdoor adventures, accommodation to suit all budgets, delicious food – especially cheeses, cherries, stone fruits, berries, meats and the freshest of seafood – top class cool-climate wines, a rich maritime, forest and rural heritage, and friendly, creative people.
    Website - (03) 6264...

  • Scottsdale Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 6 Times


    Listing id: 220

    The Scottsdale Visitor Information is situated in the Historic Court House in Alfred Street. The centre offers tourist information including maps, brochures and local information along with a great range of souvenirs and gifts for sale. Scottsdale offers a number of eating outlets and a major supermarket along with a number of service stations. Scottsdale offers a free camping area with hot showers(coin operated) available. A dump point is situated at the free camping ground. Scottsdale Visitor Information Centre is open 7 days a week 9am - 5pm. Please Note: Hours in winter months are subject to change without notice, closing time may be earlier.
    Website - 03 6352 6... 0427 095 ...

  • Stanley Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 16 Times


    Listing id: 171

    We invite you to explore a place where nature astounds untouched beaches, ancient forests and abundant wildlife. Step into a lifestyle shaped by courage and daring. Enjoy the intrigue of a region that is truly on the edge of the world. it's off the beaten track setting has some of the state's most engaging natural wonders, plenty of historic places to discover and friendly people that will welcome you wherever you go.

    From a rise along the Bass Highway at Sisters Hills about 20km from Stanley you'll see the iconic Nut in the distance, jutting out from a narrow isthmus. At 152m high the Nut is an intriguing landform, the solidified lava lake of a long extinct volcano. It's presence provides a striking backdrop to historic Stanley, one of Tasmania's prettiest coastal villages. This is one place in the world where even time getting lost will be worthwhile with ancient history to uncover, amazing landscapes to explore, and locals who will be more than happy to reveal the hidden gems of Stanley, Smithton, Marrawah & Arthur River. Isn't it about time you came up for a breath of fresh air. Let your journey begin, down that lane and around that corner.
    Website - 03 6458 1...