Ten Amazing Things to Do on a Tasmania Road Trip (2019) – The Big Bus

Ten Amazing Things To Do On A Tasmania Road Trip (2019) - The Big Bus - Tasmania Video Guides - August 2022

Welcome to the most recent video in our Australian Video series where we look to provide you with guided insight into the stunning Australian State of Tasmania.

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In this video, we bring you ten amazing things to do in Tasmania on a road trip around the island. Our list includes the chance to shop up up a storm at Hobart’s Salamanca Market, explore the splendour of Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, cruise the Gordon Wild River, ride the West Coast Wilderness Railway, and get in touch with your inner convict at the Port Arthur Historic Site.

Here are our ten must-dos:

1. Salmanca Market
2. Bonorong Wildlife Park (to meet the famous Tassie devils)
3. Port Arthur Historic Site
4. Bicheno Penguins
5. Woolmers Estate
6. House of Anvers Chocolate Factory
7. Sheffield (mural town)
8. Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park
9. Gordon River Cruise from Strahan
10. West Coast Wilderness Railway

To do all ten (which are spread right across the island) you’ll need around eight days. This list only scratches the surface. There are hundreds of other amazing things to see and do along the way.

We hope you enjoyed this video titled Ten Amazing Things to Do on a Tasmania Road Trip (2019) – The Big Bus. Though our video guides are designed to provide further insight 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 any of the locations 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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