Tourism Hotspots in Tasmania

Tasmania is Australia’s only island state which is the very popular tourist and the holiday destination with the Australian and the International visitors. It has the mild climate and it comprises of a number of islands which is the main island and the number of the smaller ones, with the resident population of over 500 000 people. Here are the tourism locations in Tasmania.

 

Cradle Mountain
One of the very iconic destinations in an island of Tasmania is the Cradle Mountain is which is the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. In Cradle Mountain, there are more than twenty different types of self-guided walking tracks which range from 20 minutes to 9 hours, including world-famous Overland Track, the magnificent 6-day walk which takes you to the heart of some of finest mountain terrain. The area covering this mountain is also very great in spotting the wombats in a wild all the year round, also like to roll around in a snow. The Cradle Mountain is about one and a half hours drive from the Devonport or two and a half hours from the Launceston.

Liffey Falls
There is the very hot debate in the island of Tasmania which has rated this fall as the best waterfall in Tasmania: The Liffey Falls which is also known as Russel Falls in the south of Tasmania has been one of the Tassies World Heritage Areas which is about a 40-minute walk through the forest which will lead you to the Liffey Falls which is within Liffey Falls State Reserve. The area has the cool temperate rainforest, the featuring myrtle, the sassafras and the leatherwood on slopes of Great Western Tiers.

Freycinet National Park
Freycinet National Park one of the top national parks in Australia. Freycinet is spectacular, the peninsular which is of pink granite mountains, the pure white beaches, the coastal dues and the dry eucalypt forest. Within peninsular, there is the famous Wineglass Bay, a beach which is consistently rated to be one of the world’s best. The three pink granite peaks which are the Hazard Mountains do rise dramatically to protect the bay against the infiltration of humanity.

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