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Pure and pristine wilderness, filled with an abundance of unique animals and experiences, Tasmania is the jewel in Australia’s natural crown. Being separated from the mainland of Australia, Tasmania is largely unspoiled, and so is home to some of Australia’s most beautiful locations, wildlife and landscapes. Design your luxury Australian holiday with Bespoke Travel Design’s selection of must-see & do experiences in beautiful Tasmania.

Destinations in Tasmania 

HOBART & South | Launceston & North | FREYCINET & East Coast & Cradle Mountain

Tasmania highlights:

Tasmania’s wild and diverse landscapes, stunning food and wine, warm hospitality and wealth of activities make it the ideal destination for an exceptional vacation.

• Lose the crowds and do something different by exploring Australia’s only island state.
• Be blown away by the incredible local, seasonal produce and the Tasmanian gourmet flair
• Journey through the National Parks in search of some of Australia’s most iconic wildlife.
• Spend your nights in one of Australia’s best luxury lodges, lapping up the luxury and holidaying in style.
• Take a cruise around Wineglass Bay, taking in the incredible scenery on offer, or tackle the harder (but better views) hike to the top of Mt. Amos.
• See a Tassie Devil up Close! Be sure to visit the Bonorong Sanctuary outside Hobart to meet the state’s most infamous resident, the Tasmanian Devil
• Discover the unique terrain and pristine wilderness to be found at Cradle Mountains, via a multi-day trekking journey After a great day hiking, reward yourself with a soak in one of the world’s most scenic bathtub.
• Add to your experience by including an exceptional wilderness adventure with one of Australia’s best wildlife operators.
• Visit MONA, the Museum of Old & New Art
• See the Maria Island Painted Cliffs, a favourite among photographers and nature enthusiasts.

Best for: Beach, Off the beaten track, Wildlife, Adventure

“If you want to disconnect yourself from technology, the 5-night Cradle Mountain Hut Walk on the Overland Track is worth making the time for. The pristine wilderness is breath-taking, and knowing you’ll be arriving at a comfortable hut each night (including hot showers and delicious meals) allows you to embrace the remoteness.”

Marie-France Gravel

Owner, Private Travel Designer

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The henry jones art hotel

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a few great walks…


Cradle Mountain is a hiker’s paradise. It belongs to the World Heritage listed Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage area, and so is an untouched, pristine wilderness. With its ancient rainforest and alpine heaths, stroll from cascading rivers to dense, old-growth rainforest, the park is one Tasmania’s most spectacular iconic spots. Cradle Mountain also marks the start of the Overland Track, a 6 day walk that takes you across the Tasmanian wilderness to the southern edge of the park.


The Bay of Fires Walk is a four-day guided walk in the magnificent wilderness coastline of north-east Tasmania. The walk covers some 40km, enjoying the dramatic landscapes of the famous Bay of Fires, as well as diverse ecology and rich wildlife. Led by well-informed young Tasmanian guides, small groups will explore both the marine environment and the rich diversity of the nearby woodlands. The Bay of Fires Lodge offers superb accommodation in this near-uninhabited wilderness paradise.


The Maria Island Walk is outstanding, from the scenic beauty of the walk, the elegant and exclusive accommodation, to the candlelit dining and the experience and personality of the expert local guides. Few places on the planet offer the tranquillity and natural beauty of Maria Island, a national park with no permanent human population. It’s the only walk on the island to be officially listed as one of the Great Walks of Tasmania and Australia.

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Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area and is home to the world-famous Overland Track and iconic Cradle Mountain. With its ancient rainforests and alpine heaths, stroll from cascading rivers to dense, old-growth rainforest, the park is one Tasmania’s most spectacular iconic spots.