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Tasmania

Any time is a good time to visit Tasmania. For many, the dry, warm summer months of December-February are popular. But if you prefer cooler temperatures and less crowds, visiting Australia’s island state in either autumn (March-May) or winter (June-August) is a great choice as it provides a pleasant ambience for exploring UNESCO World Heritage Sites, sampling the best Tasmanian produce and becoming immersed in Tassie-style festival buzz.

Whether you are travelling solo or as a couple, group or family, there’s something for everyone to indulge in from March to August in the Apple Isle. Here are five reasons why you will fall in love with this unique heart-shaped island.

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Love The Adventure

From easy bushwalks to challenging cliff-top treks, to the wild thrill of mountain-biking, Tasmania is the adventure island. Whether it’s snorkelling for fresh abalone, abseiling off a granite crags or paddling a sea kayak on sheltered inshore waters – they’re all adventures you can enjoy during your Tasmanian autumn/winter holiday.

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Tasmania Self-Drive Journeys

Food & Wine Trail

 

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Wild Tasmania

 

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5 Reasons To Fall In Love With Tasmania In Autumn & Winter

3. Feasting on authentic Tasmanian produce

Tasmania is a foodie paradise, offering the best in whiskey, cider and beer that Australia has to offer, as well as quality local produce such as artisan cheeses, black truffles and fresh seafood. Gourmet pleasures are easily found in the bistros, cafes and restaurants spread around the island. Food and wine festivals are regular occurrences during autumn and winter, it’s also a good time to visit whiskey, cider or beer trails to experience the best of Tasmanian cellar doors.