There’s a reason why Tasmania is one of the most visited destinations in Australia. In 2015, Tasmania was named by Lonely Planet as one of the world’s top 10 regions to visit, and its popularity continues to grow. Tassie offers a unique combination of landscape, art and culture, with something to fulfil every taste. Here are some of the top places to visit in Tasmania!
Pindari Adventures has well over 2,000 acres of beautiful country including a large paddock of grass trees, amazing rock formations, natural swimming holes, magnificent water falls plus 10km frontage to the Pindari dam.
Hunters Gorge Camping area in the Diamantina National Park in Queensland is the epitome of bush camping. With scenery you have only dreamed of, this off-grid camping area is the perfect place for your next adventure.
The Francois Peron National Park in Shark Bay Western Australia is a picturesque location with its red cliffs, white beaches, and crystal blue water. The national park is over 52,ooo hectares and is the home is home to many flora and fauna species.
The Cumberland River Holiday Park is located in Lorne Victoria and is situated along Great Ocean Road and the Cumberland River with a lot of their camp sites sitting along the river’s edge.