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Tasmania is known for its wild beauty, but its gardens show that nature can be tamed to beautiful effect.

Discover parks and gardens that celebrate order and others that showcase native flora.

In love with lavender

Provence and northern Tasmania have a lot in common: good wine, a particular quality of sunlight, and fields of high-quality lavender.

Lavender in Tasmania

Lavender growing with mountains in the background at Bridestowe Lavender Estate, Nabowla.

Tulip fever

Some people come for giant trees, others for rare rainforest and mighty Huon pines. Bulb fans, however, come to Tasmania in spring for tulips.

Tulip fever

Woman walking through pink tulips at Table Cape Tulip Farm.

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