What are the best walks to do in Tasmania? Here are six you can do in a day.
Stretch your legs along undisturbed coastlines, explore national parks and sample culinary delights.
Head up the long and winding road to the summit of spectacular Mount Wellington.
Mild weather, roadside food stalls and new wines on offer at local wineries; spring is a perfect time to visit Tasmania.
It's hard to imagine this stunning lodge was left abandoned for years - except for a lone Tasmanian Devil.
The lodge-based walks cover coastal terrain, sclerophyll forests, white beaches and granite mountains.
The Apple Isle is now known just as much for its whisky.
From the northernmost point to the southernmost point, Australia's most southern state is a treasure trove for travellers. Lush vineyards, mountain hideaways and stunning beaches; "Tassie" is a mix of country towns, hip city digs and natural wonder. The island is home to some of the world's most breath-taking national parks and World Heritage Sites, and is an ideal playground for travellers who love the outdoors.