From the pink granite of the Hazards Range to the white sand and blue waters of Wineglass Bay, the Freycinet Peninsula is sure to impress.
Abuzz with lively cafes and pop up markets next door to artsy shops and galleries, this eclectic side of Hobart adds a modern flair to its heritage feel.
Wind your way past Huon Pines that have hugged the riverbanks for over 2,000 years and marvel at the ancient forests mirrored off the glassy waters.
See Cradle Mountain rising above the stunning landscape from your vantage point on the banks of Dove Lake or take on a more challenging trail to catch sweeping views from Marion’s Lookout.
A region rich with important Aboriginal sites, verdant rainforests and wildlife species, many of which are rare or endangered. Explore the Julius River Forest Reserve and take in the views of Arthur River from Sumac Lookout.