Tasmania

Come Down For Air

Itineraries

Grab the keys and hit the road on this island criss-crossed by spectacular drives deep into forest, high onto mountains, and hard against wild coastlines.

Experiences

Be it cultural, colonial or culinary, Tasmania's taste for the finer things will quickly become self-evident. Settle in and spoil yourself.

Activities

Wildlife or the wild life - it all comes in myriad shapes and forms in Tasmania. Barrel down a biking track or find family fun. Adventure island awaits.

City Breaks

Behind heritage-lined streets, there's always something wonderful on the boil in Tasmanian cities - the finest of foods, the most unforgettable displays of art, and the unmistakable presence of nature.

Deals

Non-stop flights twice a week

Auckland - Hobart. T&Cs apply.

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Walk this way

More than 40% of Tasmania is protected as national parks, reserves and UNESCO World Heritage areas, which means the tramping is awesome from coast to mountains to rare rainforests.

Meet the locals

Say hello to the world’s largest carnivorous marsupial (Tassie devil), the world’s tallest flowering plant (mountain ash) and the cutest wombats in the universe (well, we think so).

Art and history

See convict museums (eg Port Arthur), living museums (eg the streets of Hobart, Launceston and many heritage towns) and the largest (and wildest and weirdest) private museum in the southern hemisphere (Mona).

Walk this way

More than 40% of Tasmania is protected as national parks, reserves and UNESCO World Heritage areas, which means the tramping is awesome from coast to mountains to rare rainforests.

Meet the locals

Say hello to the world’s largest carnivorous marsupial (Tassie devil), the world’s tallest flowering plant (mountain ash) and the cutest wombats in the universe (well, we think so).

Art and history

See convict museums (eg Port Arthur), living museums (eg the streets of Hobart, Launceston and many heritage towns) and the largest (and wildest and weirdest) private museum in the southern hemisphere (Mona).

Walk this way

More than 40% of Tasmania is protected as national parks, reserves and UNESCO World Heritage areas, which means the tramping is awesome from coast to mountains to rare rainforests.