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Go back to nature, go shopping, get arty, fill up on fine food… there are so many ways to experience Tasmania. So it only makes sense that we should provide plenty of choice when it comes to staying there too. Whether you want to lay back in the lush wilderness around Cradle Mountain or walk to Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art for a little morning creativity, our Tasmania accommodation will get you started on your whirlwind trip to Tassie.

Iconic landmarks and attractions

We have hotels all over Tasmania, so whether it’s a family trip, just the pair of you, or you and your besties, you’re sure to find something. Have Hobart in mind? Great! Immerse yourself in the Maritime Museum of Tasmania or get deep into the modern art at Mona. Pick up some unique gifts at Salamanca Market, close to the Hobart waterfront, and then sip a coffee in a sandstone-warehouse-turned café. Longing for Launceston? On top of the delicious food and fine museums and art galleries, you can also take a scenic cliff walk and chairlift ride at Cataract Gorge.

And that’s just scraping the surface of what Tasmania has to offer: check out Port Arthur’s convict ruins, the gorgeous beaches of Freycinet Peninsula plus the many national parks and nature walking tracks of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage area, which covers almost 20% of Tasmania (wowzers!).

Getting there

If you’re sold on Tassie, the next step is to book one of our cheap flights to Hobart or – if you’d prefer - cheap flights to Launceston.

Getting around

With so much wilderness in Tassie, you might want to hire a car and road trip with your BFFs for those really hard-to-reach spots. If driving isn’t your style, there are plenty of buses too, especially in cities like Hobart. But be warned: Tasmania has no passenger trains.

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