Cataract Gorge is a stunning natural formation within 2 minutes’ drive of Launceston’s CBD. A pathway to take in the beauty of the gorge was first constructed in the 1890’s. There are now several walking trails, enticing parklands with a mix of exotic and native plants, a chairlift and scenic lookouts to discover.
With stunning scenery and amazing views, the four summits of Cradle Mountain rise above Dove Lake in St Clair National Park in Tasmania and is one of the most beautiful Australian landmarks to behold. It should definitley be on your list of places to visit if you are heading to the southern parts of Australia.
The Port Arthur Historic Site houses Australia's most intact convict settlement, including restored buildings and homes, ruins, a harbour, a coalmine, a factory and even an Isle of the Dead. With a museum, interactive experiences and a bistro serving fresh Tasmanian produce, a trip to the Port Arthur Historic site is one trip you will remember.
Already a popular tourist attraction, this area became Tasmania's first nature reserve in 1885 and the Mount Field National Park was founded in 1916 to protect the astounding and diverse beauty of the falls and their surrounds. With inspiring walks and seasonal skiing the park is just as popular today.
Considered among the world’s best beaches, the idyllic and secluded Wine Glass Bay in the Freycinet National Park coupled with the exquisite locally caught seafood, the delightful native fauna and awesome scenery makes this area one of the most beautiful and enjoyable places on Earth.