Strahan, is a harbourside village on Tasmania’s wild West Coast. Here, nature is a powerful presence – in dense rainforests, dark rivers, wide horizons and the endless ocean. Strahan is home to incredible wilderness experiences such as The Bonnet Island Experience and Gordon River Cruises. Strahan has been voted – the best little town in the world, Randy Curwen, Travel Editor, Chicago Tribune.
Freycinet, is a sunny peninsula on the island’s mild East Coast. It’s a place to wind-down and relax – long walks on empty beaches, birdsong in the bush, starry nights, a kayak gliding on tranquil water. Hike up the Hazards mountain range and experience the view of Wineglass Bay (voted one of the world's top ten beaches) from the top, an image to treasure for yourself.
Cradle Mountain, is a craggy highland peak on the border of Tasmania’s World Heritage Area. Come for adventure – feel the power of the weather, climb to rugged heights, look down on alpine tarns in the sun. Enjoy exploring this temperate wilderness on a host of long and short walks as well as many tours and activities in the region.
Tasmania’s two major cities are the key arrival points for visitors. Rich in history and heritage, Hobart and Launceston are the places where wider Tasmanian discoveries begin.
Across the island, Pure Tasmania is the source for discerning travellers who seek authentic, quality experiences of the island’s nature, food & wine and history.