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East Coast

Slow down. There’s a view around every corner and a long white-sand beach in between.

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Landscape of the top of Halls Falls, with rocks in the foreground.

Flinders Island

Settle into island time.
Finding an empty beach is easy. Lay out a towel, settle in and enjoy the mountain views from the sand.

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Breathtaking image of Fotheringate Bay, Flinders Island, of a man standing on a large rock, looking over the stunning coastline.

Hobart & South

Get captivated by history, lost in an underground world of art and dazzled by natural wonders – the south is full of surprises.

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Incredible aerial view of Mt Wellington/ kunanyi with a lookout building at the top. Sun hits the rocks for a dramatic and vibrant scene.

King Island

That heartbeat you hear is the surf.

Those lush pastures are the key ingredient in King Island's renowned produce.

And those winds are just part of the challenge of one of the most memorable rounds of golf of your life.

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Houses perched along-side the water's edge of Ettrick Rocks.

Launceston and North

A vibrant food scene, plenty of cool-climate wine and adventure in bucketloads – the north is where memories are made.

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Woman walks with her back to camera across the white Alexandra Suspension bridge, Cataract Gorge Reserve.

North West

Abundant produce, clever makers and epic wilderness – a journey in the north west is a feast for the senses.

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At the base of the beautiful and stunning Guide Falls. Surrounded by rocks and greenery.

West Coast

Enter the Western Wilds. This is where Tasmanian tigers roamed and pioneers forged rugged wilderness.

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Two bike riders travel along the Mt Donaldson Track, takayna / Tarkine.

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