Discovering the wilderness
Known for its wilderness and unique flora and fauna, Tasmania is full of beautiful and highly preserved landscapes. Go to Launceston, Tasmania's second largest city, and wander along Cataract Gorge, where you're likely to spot little wallabies and peacocks.
On a hike along Tasmania's east coast, you can visit Freycinet National Park, which is full of natural attractions such as pink granite peaks and Wineglass Bay. You can be sure to spot a few wallabies in the forest, as well as the famous tiger snakes, so watch your step!
On the Tasmanian Peninsula, go to Tanarra to explore the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo, where you can cross paths with the famous Tasmanian Devil, as well as a few species of birds. Along the way, take advantage of the many viewpoints on the cliffs to make your roadtrip all the more unforgettable!