Things to do Tasmania.
Tasmania Adventures is Calling. Attention all adventurers and even those who are young at heart, why not try something a little different on your next Tasmania trip?
Walk amongst the treetops
At a adventure park in Tasmania‘s Huon Valley. Home of the Airwalk, Eagle Glider and Swinging Bridges. The Tahune AirWalk is one of southern Tasmania’s biggest attractions, offering breathtaking birds-eye-views of the surrounding forest.
Hike the Overland Track
Tassie lays claim to one of Australia’s most iconic and premier alpine walks: the mighty Overland Track. Beginning at the iconic Cradle Mountain and ending at Australia’s deepest lake – Lake St Clair, this 65 kilometre, six-day trek takes you through the heart of the Cradle Mountain–Lake St Clair National Park, part of the magnificent Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.
Aseil Gordon Dam
The Gordon dam sits in the reaches of the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, so it’s not very easy to get to. Hobart is over 160 kilometres away and it will take you approximately 2.5 hours to arrive. How’s this for a Tasmania adventures. You’re standing on the edge of a 140-metre sheer drop. Are you ready to take the plunge and abseil down the Gordon Dam?
Taste a whole trail
Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail has over 40 member throughout Tasmania’s Central North and North West., this tasting trail features artisanal producers showcasing their wares.
Spot ghosts at Port Arthur
There’s perhaps no place more haunted in Tasmania or indeed on the mainland than Port Arthur. Its preserved Gothic structures and immaculately landscaped gardens conceal a history that is fearsome to comprehend.
Mona, a museum or a winery
The Museum of Old and New Art is an art museum located within the Moorilla winery on the Berriedale peninsula in HobartMona remains an irresistible drawcard for those visitors seeking a mind-bending experience.