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Separated from the mainland of Australia by the notorious waters of Bass Strait, Tasmania is an island of unspoilt natural beauty and wild landscapes, renowned for its outstanding food and wine, and provides an idyllic destination for the acclaimed Sydney to Hobart yacht race.
Close to a fifth of the island is protected National Park, a refuge for rare and endangered plants and animals, boasting ancient forests, rugged coastlines and glittering waters.
Explore wildlife parks and see the intriguing platypus, clumsy wombats and shy rock wallabies. Visit the spectacular coastlines, fringed with cool ocean waters that teem with aquatic life such as seals, penguins, dolphins and whales and countless birdlife.
Depending on your sense of adventure Tasmania has it covered. Choose to explore the bush, or launch yourself skyward on a cable hang-glider. Try mountain bike riding, jet boating, white water rafting, or abseiling, or join an adventure tour and let the experts take care of the details.
Tasmania boasts a vibrant cultural life featuring lively entertainment, galleries and museums. Take a fascinating Heritage Walk to visit historic villages and Victorian streetscapes, and learn about local history and legend. Explore the intriguing collection of treasures at Tasmania’s antique stores, many featuring local speciality timbers such as myrtle, blackwood, colonial cedar and kauri.
Browse workshops of the local artistic community and discover unique quality pieces inspired by the island’s landscape, featuring superb local materials. Visit Salamanca Place in Hobart or artists' studios in Richmond, Evandale, Hamilton, Stanley or Strahan.
Appreciate the difference in the locally farmed fish and shellfish, raised in pristine waters and free of antibiotics and hormones. Taste the quality of the local produce, creamy chocolate truffles, tasty honey, superb wines and a delightful range of quality meats and cheeses.
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Beaches On Wave: Friendly Apartments - Beaches On Wave was a very friendly stay the owners were very pleasent and helpful. It was close to the shops, beach and public transport.It was very clean and had plenty of room. I would recommend it to anyone
The Wave Resort: Fantastic Accomodation - Myself and 4 others played golf in the Mitsubishi Masters for a week, staying at the Waves which was great accommodation. Brilliant 180 degree views and the location is excellent. Close to shopping, monorail, the casino, and to the beach. Swimming Pools, gym and other in house facilities all excellent. Definitely booking in again for next year.
DeVille Apartments: Fresh, comfortable hotel - The DeVille Apartments were fully self contained, we were able to cook ourself meals and take lunches on our tourist days out in the plastic containers etc provided in our kitchen. Spectacular views, lovely pool & spa and fresh bright rooms and nice new bathroom & kitchen made our stay all the more enjoyable. Our only issue was we didn't stay long enough! We will recommend this accommodation to others and will no doubt be back again.
Noosa Keys Resort: Enjoyable stay - The easy access to Hastings street, restaurants and the beach was great. We liked how close the pool was to our room. Our daughter practically lived there.