Prance around in a field of tulips and sip on some of the best wines in the Southern hemisphere! There’s a ton of stuff to do in Tasmania but we’ve boiled it down to the best! Check out 5 things that you must do when you’re in Tasmania.
Visit the largest tulip fields in the southern hemisphere
Peruse your way through the vibrant tulips in spring at Table Cape! People come in from all corners of the globe to walk amongst the tulips and admire the colourful blooms. Whilst you’re there, make a day of by bringing along a picnic or a bottle of wine to share. If you’re in Tasmania in spring, this is a must for you! Bring along the whole family and snap some pics with the vibrant tulips before they go away!
This controversial and crazy museum is not one to miss! The Museum of old and new art is situated in Hobart and is abundantly filled with interactive art and enticing activities! Filled with eclectic galleries and confronting works of art, this museum shatters the norm of average art galleries. This gallery is one that doesn’t lack creativity or out of the box thinking!
Relax at Wineglass Bay
Situated in one of the most beautiful areas in Australia, Wineglass Bay offers some of the best waters in the country! Located in Freycinet National Park, the bay offers crystal clear waters and a spectacular view. But there’s a catch! It’s only accessible by kayaking or hiking, so put on your boots and get your gear ready! Although it might be a long journey to get there, it’ll be well worth it!
Run through lavender fields
If you loved the tulip fields, you’ll love this! Surround yourself with French lavender as you stroll through Bridestowe farm. Only a fifty minute ride from Launceston, the estate is the largest lavender estates in the Southern Hemisphere! As well as housing vibrant rows of lavender, they are also stocked with local products, such as lavender oil, lavender honey and lavender jams! If you’ve got the afternoon free, check out the Woodcroft café for a range of lavender inspired delicacies which include light bites and ice cream!
Take a sip in the Tamar Valley Wine Region
Home to one of the top 10 wine routes in the world, this is a must do when in Tasmania. Producing some of the best wines in Australia, this wine region has dozens of vineyards and estates for you to explore. Hop on to the website and plan out your wine route so you can get the most out of your day! Sip some of the best wines in the southern hemisphere and relax as you jump from estate to estate sampling from the best wineries in Tasmania.
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