Discover Beautiful Tasmania – 15 Day Road Trip

Discover Beautiful Tasmania - 15 Day Road Trip - Tasmania Video Guides - December 2023

Discover beautiful Tasmania, come with us on the road! What to do in Tasmania? What to see in Tassie?

From hiking to some of the most beautiful National Parks to tasting local products, find out the best of Tasmania!

We hope you enjoyed this video titled 15 DAYS ROAD TRIP TASMANIA. Though our video guides are designed to provide further understanding into what it might be like to live in the state of Tasmania, we’re hopeful that this video will also help you to choose places to visit (or even call home) when living in Australia.

Have you visited Tasmania before?

Have you visited the location featured in our video before? What did you think? Would you go back? Could you live there?

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  1. Nice vlog. Tassie is our favorite place to visit in Australia. Nice to see Tim at Curringa. Have stayed at Curringa a couple of times and will be going back in January. You seem to have missed Bonorong Sanctuary a great place to see all the native critters.

  2. I played this video repeatedly during the writing of my current book, which is set in Tasmania, and this is my very favorite song!! Awesome job on the video, you guys!! I had no idea Tasmania was so amazing!!

  3. hi guys! first of all I would like to congratulate you for the very nice videos. I really enjoy your work and I'm always watching you here from Brazil. For some reason this video of Tasmania is not available to me. I think there's some problem with it. Thank you for your very nice videos and keep up this wonderful work. Cheers

  4. Great video perfect music because it represents memories and how fragile they are, its inspirational to the viewer makes you wanna get off your ass and do something!

  5. Hey I was wondering if I could use a couple of seconds worth of clip in a trailer for a tasmanian adventure trailer that I am making for our scout group? It would be greatly appreciated