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Spend a relaxing long-weekend driving through some of Tasmania's most scenic areas. From Launceston to the Bay of Fires and looping around through charming Scottsdale and the Tamar Valley Wine Route.
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A must visit when in Launceston, take the scenic chairlift or a hike around the stunning gorge waters.
Perfect for a rainy day, this interactive museum is fun for all ages and includes a large section on local and Tasmanian history.
A Tasmanian icon, these drive-thru style burgers are fresh, fast and fun! Eat in or stop by on your way out of town!
In need of a romantic getaway? Be sure to check in to the Red Feather Inn. If you can't stay come for dinner at the Inn on Friday or Saturday and consider taking part in a cooking class on site!
See what life was like in the 1800's at the beautiful Entally Estate.
Woolmers Estate in Tasmania is one of the most intact 19th century homesteads in Australia, and includes a number of historical convict sites.
Take a sel-guided tour around one of this National Trust property built in 1838.
From Hendersons Lagoon through to Dianas Beach, this stretch of the east coast covers 12 kms of beautiful beaches and the chance to spot dolphins close to shore!
The largest town on Tasmania's north-east coast, the town is famous as the state's second largest fishing port and nearby to the gorgeous Bay of Fires.
Situated at the southern end of the Bay of Fires sits a lively small community. Enjoy a stop at the Blue Shed Cafe before you continue your journey!
Quite possibly Australia's best beach, spent time walking along the white sands and frolic in the forget-me-not blue waters that are the Bay of Fires.
Try some of the companies award winning cheese!
Take the short walking track from the parking area to view the falls, Tasmania's highest single drop waterfall, and one of the highest waterfalls in the country.
This friendly B&B is on the main street of Scottsdale. Be sure to make a stop at the on-site store called 'Rhu Bru' to find a selection of homemade Rhubarb products.
No matter what time of year you visit Bridestowe Lavender Estate is a stunning spot to relax. Enjoy lavender infused foods, including the delicious lavender ice cream.