You needn’t head all the way to the Scottish highlands for a wee bit of rolling hills and lush green landscapes. Tasmania, an isolated heart-shaped island off Australia’s south coast, is known for its vast rugged wilderness, spectacular mountains and the freshest food and wine.
One of Tasmania’s most visited and renowned heritage-listed attractions. This national park is nature at its best - glacier-sculpted mountains, river gorges and shimmering lakes.
Visit another international country within Australia. A visit to Tasmania is also a visit to Switzerland when you take a short drive North along the Tamar Valley from Launceston to this swiss village.
This iconic market is a celebration of Tasmania’s finest produce, culture and arts. A weekly outdoor market held every Saturday on Hobart’s waterfront.
According to the Cape Grim Baseline Air Pollution Station, Tasmania has the world’s cleanest air. The lack of pollution is due to the island’s positioning in the Southern Ocean and the distance from other land masses. Data collected from this station has been used in more than 700 research papers on climate change and atmospheric pollution.