What Would Make Tas Your #1 Travel Destination?

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In 2017, Tasmania was named millennials' top domestic travel destination, and we want to know what would make it #1 for you. The best part? Every idea you put forward, and every vote earns you the chance to win $500 toward a trip to Tas. 


HAVE YOU BEEN?
Let us know what you loved and/or what could have been better? 


NOT BEEN YET?
What’s holding you back? Any ideas to overcome the hurdle? 

 

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1 year ago

We've been to Tassie once before,
However, in 5 days couldn't explore,
The diversity and experiences galore,
But the taster we had we did adore.

From trying the scallop pies and fine fare,
To the delicious wines and whisky if we dare.
Salamanca markets and MONA made our holiday bright,
How can I forget the Bicheno penguins at night.

Still so much to see of the little forgotten Aussie bit.
From Cradle mountain to Bruny Island and all we can fit.
Tassie has beautiful clean air and has something to suit everyone,
If we had the dosh we'd be back in a fladh for more Tassie f...

1 year ago

I loved the Tamar Valley as a destination, thought it was fantastic and lots of variety as a wine region.
I probably didnt have enough time to see everything I wanted, and also underestimated how much there was to see given it is physically not a huge space. So on my next trip I plan to make the most of trying to see Cradel Mountain, and Brunny Island etc.

1 year ago

The scenery is absolutely stunning and the options for adventure and excitement seem endless! World class Mountain Bike Trails and Hiking Areas are only the tip of the iceberg for the adventures on offer in Tasmania.

1 year ago

Have been 4 times.
First in my 20's for 3 weeks focus on hiking with friends. All loved it. Wonderful adventure.
Second in my 40's for 10 days with hubby, focus on scenery wining and dining! Eastern adventure. Fresh seafood and berries every day, thought I'd gone to heaven. Freycinet & Bruny were defo favs.
Third in my 50's for 2 weeks with hubs, luxury cabin in the Cradle Mt to entice him to walk with me! He loved it! More western adventure, self catering. Both loved it heaps. Macquarie Harbour cruise was terrific, Lake St Clair amazing. We stayed at the P...

1 year ago

Have loved every minute in Tasmania. But guaranteed vehicular access all year round to the peak of kinanyi / Mount Wellington would make it even better.

1 year ago

I LOVED DISCOVERING MY HIDDEN INNER LOVE FOR FISHING IN PICTURESQUE BICHENO

1 year ago

I've been to Tasmania 13 times the scenery,winery great seafood.Finding abandoned places.Photography great.Stayed for 2 months.

1 year ago

I've been twice - once as a child and I remember I imagined that I was in some amazing calm - yet dramatic mountainous wonderland. I went to Hobart 3 years ago - and it was beautiful and amazing but I was only there 3 days and I was with the very worst travel companion who didn't want to do anything , see anything - except the cricket on the teleYYYY. We didn't even go to Mona!
I plan to go back - this time with my partner and for a two week period of exploring on a motorbike. Mona of course! I'd love to see more of the island - and we'd have a couple of 'luxury experiences ...

1 year ago

If you had 5 days to visit here are some suggestions, based around Hobart and Surrounds.
Get a rental car so you have some freedom to move around, the extra $60-$100 for the duration of your trip is worth it!
Fly into Hobart early and try checking into your hotel early, if your room isn't ready usually they will let you leave your luggage there until your room is ready.

If you arrived on a rainy day you can visit one (or more) of their many art galleries or museums in and around Hobart. Some suggestions;
-Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery; has a little bit of everything for you to enjoy.
-...

1 year ago

I like Tasmania because it's not too far away;
Looking for peace? It's an ideal place to stay.
So, I go there to quietly escape life's stresses;
Tasmania: one of Australia's most tranquil addresses.

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