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Australia Travel Guide | Information 220 beautiful kilometres of picturesque touring routes and eco adventures 

Australia Travel Guide | Information One of Lonely Planet’s top 10 regions in the world 

Australia Travel Guide | Information Visit pink granite mountains, white beaches and crystal clear sea

Australia Travel Guide | Information Superb regional produce and fresh seafood

Australia Travel Guide | Information Visit world famous oyster farms

 Australia Travel Guide | Information Coastal activities include sailing, whale watching and diving



Australia Travel Guide | Information Five national parks spread along the coast including the stunning Freycinet National Park with its pink granite mountains, white beaches and crystal clear sea.

Australia Travel Guide | Information The two largest towns on the East Coast are Bicheno and St Helens – both busy fishing ports, so expect some of the freshest seafood around. There’s also some of the best game fishing in Australia.

Australia Travel Guide | Information Inland from the coast you’ll find temperate rainforests, fresh grown produce and the rich heritage of the boom days of tin mining as well as fruits and berries from orchards and gardens and full-flavoured beef and lamb raised on seaside pastures.

Australia Travel Guide | Information A must try is Get Shucked Oysters. A unique brand promoting the nutritional and health benefits of Tasmania’s pure product and the pleasurable experience derived by eating oysters. Catch the ferry to Bruny Island from Kettering, 40min south of Hobart. Ferry runs 7 days a week. Oysters taste best plucked straight from the waters and eaten onsite at Get Shucked- it doesn’t get any fresher!

Tasmania’s east coast is a place of stories, encounters and treasures. A place where small, unexpected moments become lifelong memories and where taking a break can not only refresh, but reinvent.




As Australia’s only island state, access to Tasmania is by air and sea only. Regular flights depart from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and fly direct to Hobart and Launceston. Direct flights are also available from Melbourne to Wynyard (Burnie), Devonport, King and Flinders Island.

Alternatively many visitors travel to Tasmania from Melbourne by sea on the Spirit of Tasmania. Departing from Melbourne and arriving in Devonport, this has the added benefit of letting you bring your own car and make the most of Tasmania’s touring potential.

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