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7 out of 8 cases, our Max Cover was cheaper than taking a basic rental and adding liability reduction (top insurance cover) at the branch. e.g Hobart City for 10-17 January, Economy Class. Other Site : $635.12 Max Cover : $556.26.

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10 Places You Must Visit in Tasmania


  1. A visit to Tasmania simply wouldn't be complete without a visit to its capital city, Hobart. This thriving metropolis is positioned on the banks of the Derwent River and the skyline is dominated by the lovely Mt Wellington. It is a city bursting with colour, vibrance and culture.

  2. Launceston is one of Australia's oldest cities and is rich in history, heritage and culture. Discover eclectic cafes, intriguing museums and gorgeous open parklands. Boasting four distinct seasons, Launceston is the perfect place to visit all year round.

  3. Cradle Mountain forms the northern end of Lake St Clair National Park and epitomizes the wild feel of this dramatic wilderness area. With its majestic alpine peaks and beautiful lakes, it's no wonder this is one of Tasmania's most popular tourist attractions.

  4. Characterised by its excellent fishing, boating, bushwalking, sea kayaking and rock climbing opportunities, as well as boasting unsurpassed coastal scenery, Freycinet National Park is a must-see destination on any Tasmanian holiday.

  5. Tour magical chambers of flowstones and shawls, and than relax in a thermal pool at Hastings Caves. Including Newdegate Cave, this is the largest tourism cave in Australia and offers some truly spectacular sights.

  6. Rising 1270 metres above Hobart's harbour and the Derwent River, Mount Wellington provides the perfect wilderness experience, while still remaining within the city limits. The summit offers unsurpassed views of Hobart, Bruny Island, South Arm and the Tasman Peninsula, and is shrouded in rainforest, sub-alpine flora and glacial rock formations.

  7. The Huon Valley is an area of beauty, charm and heritage, boasting pristine rivers that flow through world heritage listed National Parks. Also renowned for its gourmet produce, the Huon Valley is a favourite for food and wine lovers, along with those searching for a relaxed weekend away.

  8. Regarded as the gateway to Tasmania's wilderness, the West Coast is an area of vast contrasts. Encompassing coastal towns, inland regions, countless historic sites, the West Coast of Tasmania is a fantastic place to be.

  9. The rugged stretch of coastline known as the Tasman Peninsula is stunning and awe-inspiring. Boasting a colourful, though sometimes tragic past, this striking part of Tasmania will simply take your breath away with its spectacular cliff faces, roaring seas and unique exploration opportunities.

  10. The Derwent Valley is a community of thriving energy and unforgettable beauty. Steeped in a rich history, the Derwent Valley is all about getting back in touch with Tasmania's past, present and future.
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