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Bruny Island is a little paradise on earth

I've spent a week in Tasmania - which, by the way, doesn't get the credit it deserves - and headed to Bruny Island ? Easily accessible thanks to the ferry, your camera will rapidly get flooded. Make sure you prepare a full day of hiking there as there are many trails that will markk your memory for a long time.

My favorite spot in Tasmania, Australia

It’s so difficult to pick one as Tasmania itself is just mesmerizing on its own. That said, I have to say the Bay of Fires was my favourite. From Launceston, take the National Highway 1 and drive for 3 hours. Once you arrive there, you'll see this beautiful bay. It streched over 50+ kilometers from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point, the shoreline features pristine white beaches with turquoise waters and some surprising orange granite boulders.

What are the best things to do in Tasmania?

Tasmania is a wonderful piece of paradise. Here is the top 5 places I've been to: 1. Port Arthur - Probably Australia's most significant heritage areas that features an open air museum. 2. Cataract Gorge - Launceston will leave you with mesmerizing pictures. 1.5km from the city centre you have the Cataract Gorge where you can have a swim. 3. Bay of Fires - A bay on the northeastern coast of Tasmania, extending from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point. It smells like holidays ;) 4. Mole Creek Karst National Park - The only national park in Tasmania created specifically to protect karst landforms. 5. Salamanca Market - Every Saturday, you have the most visited tourist venue of Hobart. It's a gigantic market with 40,000 people wandering around.

Launceston, Tasmania has plenty of activities for you

Launceston is Australia’s third oldest city after Hobart and Sydney and is full of great heritage architecture and big country town friendliness. Here are the things you should check out while there: - Take a river cruise on the Tamar River. - Get a car and drive along the Tamar Valley. You'll be surrounded by amazing viewpoints and wineries. Pinot Noirs are your best picks in terms of wine. - Take a tour at Boag’s Brewery and try their samples of refreshing beers. - Jump on the free a Tiger tourist bus and stop off at the Queen Victoria Museum.