Tasmania Things To Do (499 results)

  • Salamanca Market

    Salamanca Market is a street market in Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania. It is a major tourist attraction in Tasmania, and is held on Saturdays between 8.30am and 3.00pm.

    Market, Landmark, Grocery Store, Shopping

  • Bronte Beach

    Bronte Beach is a small but popular recreational beach on Nelson Bay in Bronte in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia. It is 2 kilometres south of Bondi Beach and north of the much larger Coogee


  • Skydive The Beach And Beyond Hunter Valley

    www.skydive.com.au Jump from 14,000 feet above the gorgeous vineyards and lush scenery of the Hunter Valley with Skydive the Beach and Beyond.


  • Coal Valley Vineyard

    The Coal Valley Vineyard is our 5 hectare family winery in the Coal River Valley South East Tasmania.
    The Coal Valley Vineyard is a 12 acre, family owned and operated vineyard located in the Coal

    Valley, Winery

  • Home Hill Winery

    Home Hill is very much a Tasmanian Boutique Vineyard, Winery, and Restaurant. For many people we are the country retreat. Come join us for a feast of delicious Tasmanian delicacies, gourmet recip

    Restaurant, Winery, Gift Shop

  • The Apple Shed


  • Kookaburra Ridge Quad Bike Tours

    Join us on a Tassie bush adventure. Ride an ATV along numerous bush tracks, hidden gullies and open pasture. Scenic countryside and a adrenalin rush guaranteed! Check out our website www.kookaburra

    Outdoor Activity, Tour

  • Low Head Penguin Tours

    Low Head Penguin Tours offers a unique nature experience to get up close and personal with Little Blue Penguins as they return from the pristine waters of Bass Strait to nest in their burrows.

    Tour, Wildlife Area

  • Railtrack Riders

    Railtrack Riders offers a unique pedal powered tour of the rainforest scenery along the historic dis-used railway.
    Railtrack Riders are pedal-powered rail carts providing a 'soft' adventure touris

    Eco Tour, Tour

  • Seahorse World

    Landmark, Zoo, Tour, Aquarium

  • Valleybrook Wine Tours

    Wine tours in the Tamar Valley


  • Curringa Farm

    Local Business

  • Trowunna Wildlife Park

    A native Tasmanian wildlife sanctuary, set on over 65 acres with daily interactive tours.
    Trowunna Wildlife Park: Native Tasmanian wildlife sanctuary, set on over 65acres; est.1979; Open 7days 9-5

    Wildlife Area, Landmark, Eco Tour, Zoo

  • Don River Railway

    Railway Museum operating trains every hour 10am to 4pm
    Welcome! Come along to our site at Don Village on Forth Road, Devonport and see the display of steam and diesel engines and other rolling st

    Landmark, Sight, Tour

  • Launceston City Park

    Launceston City Park is a park in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. Established in the 1820s by the Launceston Horticultural Society and handed over to the Launceston City Council in 1863. It is now an

    Playground, Monument, Park

  • Richmond Bridge (tasmania)

    The Richmond Bridge is a heritage listed arch bridge located on the B31 ("Convict Trail") in Richmond, 25 kilometres (15.5 mi) north of Hobart in Tasmania, Australia. It is the oldest bridge still in

    Outdoor Activity, Bridge

  • Cradle Coast Tours

    Why Drive? Sit back and relax, enjoy the scenery. Let a local who knows the state and history well show you tassie. www.cradlecoasttours.com.au/
    Welcome to Cradle Coast Tours based on Tasmania's

    Outdoor Activity, Eco Tour, Tour Guide, Tour

  • Mount Wellington

    kunanyi / Mount Wellington is a mountain on whose foothills is built much of the city of Hobart, Tasmania.

    Landmark, Mountain, Tour

  • Kate's Berry Farm

    Gift Shop, Farm, Landmark, Restaurant

  • Hellyers Road Distillery

    Hellyers Road Distillery

    Landmark, Distillery

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