Check out these videos highlighting the exciting experiences Tasmania can offer you:
Cara Gervase is a 26 year old architect from Ohio, USA. After a year and half out of work in America, Cara decided to get a Work and Holiday Visa (as it's known in America) and flew to Hobart where she has been working as an architect ever since.
Greg Irons is the owner of the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Tasmania. Here, he looks after Tassie Devils, as well as other injured and orphaned animals. Check out a day in his life and visit him, and his furry friends, if you're in Hobart.
Check out Blair as he takes you around MONA (the Museum of Old and New Art) - famous for its quirky exhibits. Make sure you check it out if you're in Hobart; it's free and there's nothing like it!
Experience Tasmania's World Heritage wilderness, great food and wine, compact cities and clean air. Hobart is gateway to historic Port Arthur, the wildlife of Bruny Island and Maria Island, and breathtaking Wineglass Bay in Freycinet. From Launceston or Devonport, discover Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Liffey Falls and Flinders Island in Bass Strait. Discover Tasmania's wild west coast via Strahan.
Uncover Hobart's food, wine, and eclectic creativity at the galleries, bars and restaurants of MONA. Relax, eat and visit the weekend markets at the convict-built harbour and sandstone Salamanca Place. Visit Hobart's oldest suburb of Battery Point, climb Mount Wellington, and join celebrations for the Taste Tasmania festival and Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. Hobart offers access to Richmond, Kettering, Bruny Island, Wineglass Bay and Tasmania's national parks.
Step into the ancient beauty of Tasmania's World Heritage wilderness and national parks. From Hobart, discover Bruny Island's wildlife and walking trails and drive the East Coast Escape to Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park. Launceston is your base for the Overland Track through Cradle-Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, and the untamed rivers and rapids of the west coast.