image class="left" url=""Hobart is the One of the most beautiful and popular destinations in Tasmania, Hobart has something for everyone. Located in the South East on the Derwent River, close to Mt Wellington and Mt Nelson, you will find every type of ocean vessel in the harbour near Sullivans Cove, with excellent shopping, dining and activities all within walking distance in the city. Visit the new Antarctic Adventure Centre, the Botanical Gardens or the Old Hobart Gaol. Close to the city, Bonorong Park Wildlife Centre is a must for the family. With plenty of towns and attractions all within a days drive, Tasmania's largest city is a fantastic base for your driving holiday. Rent a car from Discovery for this opportunity.

Lying on the northern coast, Stanley is the largest town west of Wynyard. 'The Nut' reminded the explorers Bass and Flinders of a gigantic Christmas cake because of its shape rising 150 metres above the ground. The inhabitants of Stanley, numbering around 450, mainly work in fishing or tourism. A walk to the windy top of 'the Nut' is an ideal workout, or you can take the chairlift for a more relaxed trip with an amazing view of the Bass Strait. Other great hikes are waiting in the Tarkine Wilderness Area just south of Stanley. The world-renowned temperate rainforest can be explored with an experienced guide on a four-wheel-drive. For a different kind of adventure, the Highfield Historic Site has a unique ghost tour that is also informative. This stroll through history will teach you tons about the area's heritage.

The Huon Valley. This, the most southerly region of Tasmania, is famous for salmon farms and some of the best Vineyards in Tasmania. Bruny Island which lies a short distance off the southern coast is famous for large dark cherries and spectacular scenery from an otherwise rocky landscape. Explore the area by car and take your time to travel down small laneway is annual cover some hidden culinary gems which produces fine food are known to exploit the region's rich diversity of farm produce.

Of course, many visitors prefer to stay in a traditional hotel, and in Tasmania, even a standard hotel becomes luxurious. The Silver Hills Motel in the Northwest part of the island gives guests breathtaking views of the mountains of Queenstown all from a modern hotel. This hotel gives you easy access to the town of Queenstown, with plenty of dining and historical sites to explore.

The East Coast is where you will be able to discover the beauty of Freycinet National Park, Maria Island and exquisite Coles Bay. This is where you will find great geological wonders and an abundance of wildlife including Tasmanian Devils. Fresh, delicious seafood will delight your palate as you travel along this coast. You can visit the city of Swansea and look out over Great Oyster Bay. When you are searching for a city free from all pretention this is a definite stop to make. The views from many of the area?s water-front restauarants will be among your fondest memories of your trip. Spiky Bridge was built in the 1800s and burma tourist is another of the attractions you will find when you visit the East Coast area of Tasmania.
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