Australia: Travels in Tasmania

Australia:  Travels in Tasmania - Australia Travels in Tasmania - Getting Down Under Freycinet Lodge, Kurrajong House Launceston, Oat, Oatlands Callington Mill, Railton Topiaries, Rastus, Tasmania Zoo Tasmanian Devils, Wild Echidna

Informative and entertaining travel documentary about Australia’s island state of Tasmania that covers many of the outstanding scenic, wildlife and cultural aspects of this special place.

Your guide, Robert Stephens, takes you to Battery Point, Rektango, Salamanca Market and MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) in Hobart. He then heads to Bruny Island to go on Bruny Island Cruise, then to the 500 acre Inala Conservation Property of Dr, Tonia Cochran.

She shows the rescued wildlife in her care that includes an Albino Bennetts Wallaby, a red neck Bennetts Wallaby and a Rufous Bellied Pademelon. Dr. Cochran also talks about her work with one of Australia’s rarest birds, the forty spotted Pardolote.

The tour finishes on Bruny with a visit to see a wild Echidna at South Bruny Island National Park and Lighthouse, and a dusk vigil to see the the Little or Fairy Penguins at the Bruny Island Isthmus Rookery. The tour heads north to the Midlands towns of Ross and Oatlands, and then on Launceston and Tasmania Zoo to see Tasmanian Devils up close.

As the video closes, Robert heads to the Freycinet Peninsula to see Wineglass Bay.

We hope you enjoyed this video titled Australia: Travels in Tasmania. Though our video guides are designed to provide further awareness 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 Australia Tasmania before?

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

We’d love to hear your views so please share these in our comments below.

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2 months ago

hopefully I will be living with my partner in Kingston, love that place..

Stephan la Montana
6 months ago

I love love Tasmania so beautiful worth every buck spent omg its a diamond & fun!!

6 months ago

Planning a solo trip to Tazzy for a month maybe two. I want to tour on a motorcycle. Can anyone who has been there or lived there give me some input on routes and places to camp.

6 months ago

I am an American trying to set up a completely unique vacation to take my wife on.  I think I have found a solid possibility here!!!!

where is danny black
6 months ago

on my aussie tour I'm contemplating taking the spirit of tasmania or just flying over there… what do you think?

Elizabeth Alderton
6 months ago

I was born in Tasmania and I still live here. I don't recommend to come unless you like stuff to be quite or to be disappointed.

6 months ago

love tazzy but it seems unknown to the rest of the world

6 months ago

Nice video. Looks like you had a great time!

6 months ago

2012 I went from Tassie to the USA since One Aussie Dollar got $US1:10. Now it is lucky to get 75c.

Southern Tas Climbers
6 months ago

Thanks great film well edited we love our State.!

6 months ago

What animal is that 0:27 ?

Barry Cook
6 months ago

The bird at .27, in red light, is a fairy penguin

6 months ago

Wow this is mindblowing mate… All this time I thought: bloody yank tourists being dis respectful…… You changed my mind.

Eduardo Mendez
6 months ago

chris chann brought me here and this looks beautiful

Gürcan Elbek
6 months ago

Thanks for your efforts and info.

6 months ago

41 people gave this a thumbs down?…Morons

Lily Birthisel
6 months ago

i live in hobart Tasmania and its beautiful here. But honestly i think that Queenstown Tassie is my favourite place

6 months ago

i would love to live her

6 months ago

I live in Hobart it's awesome

The Toistaitoiset
6 months ago

Great views

6 months ago

:22 oh, what are they? Baby… kangaroos? No, can't be.

Rainbowcat_ 101
6 months ago

I think I was on that Bruny island speed cruise.

SSO Pai Pai
6 months ago

In 2 weeks I’m going to Tasmania! IM SUPER EXCITED!

6 months ago

I would like to move in tasmania

6 months ago

0:05 looks very flat Globetards. See the Curve? LOL

Peregrine McCauley
6 months ago

That Fairy penguin was well drilled . Didn't blink an eye , or ruffle a feather when tipped and shooked .

Erika Liao
6 months ago

I wanna study and work in Tasmania. Do you think it’s worth it?

Nicholas Guzzo
6 months ago

Thanks for sharing! I'm starting to plan a trip there for late December 2018. Great soundtrack, too! The American Dollar :)

Anthony McNab
6 months ago

I am trying to get our family to move down there…

Yezzy Ramirez
6 months ago

This video was very relaxing and beautiful thank you nice job!

arash Chauhan
6 months ago

Such a beautiful state

Commercial Videos by Darryl Grogan
6 months ago

Really nice work!

Amy Caran
6 months ago

Absolutely splendid job on narration and presentation. Thank you.

Ajmal Shah
6 months ago


Jim Crawford
6 months ago

Very nice indeed! Well done.

DannyTravels 2019
6 months ago

A lot of the buildings seem to have british influence

riza e sims
6 months ago

Hi new friend here. Friend b k

Aleem Arefin
6 months ago

We are going to Tassie next month. Watched more than 20 videos so far. Mate, your's one is the best. Very nice and different. Great job.

6 months ago

not bad

Mee Khing Lim
6 months ago

I was there last week for a boat tour

Ajmal Shah
6 months ago

beautiful island

willieboy3011 Jonas
6 months ago

Excellent video. Would have liked to have seen the Tarkine Rain Forrest. Good job overall. Much to see there.

mike sull
6 months ago

I love the tasmanian devil.I'm from England

Daneil Bird
6 months ago

Is theres tram in tsmain ????

Mabel Ong
6 months ago

What is the average temperature in tasmania in December?

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