Tasmania is a great place to travel around as the towns aren’t too far from each other. The scenery is incredible and there is great variety from the east to the west and the north to the south.
You can’t go to Tasmania with out seeing the Tasmanian Devil or even try find the thought to be extinct Tasmanian Tiger. If you’re lucky enough you may spot a Tasmanian Devil in the wild but there are several wild life parks such as East Coast Nature World that you can get up close and take picture of the little devils.
This informative and entertaining travel documentary about Australia’s island state of Tasmania covers many of the outstanding scenic, wildlife and cultural aspects of this special place.
Your guide, Robert Stephens, takes you to Battery Point, Rektango, Salamanca Market and MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) in Hobart. He then heads to Bruny Island to go on a Bruny Island Cruise, then to the 500 acre Inala Conservation Property of Dr, Tonia Cochran.
Not far from Port Arthur are incredible cliffs with ocean caves, arches and natural stone structures. It is worth taking one of the many boat tours to show you around these areas.