Northeast Tasmania Vacations
Hobart, the state capital, is 110 miles (177 kilometers) to the south of Northeast Tasmania, while Launceston is 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the east.
The Northeast Tasmania area is a rich source of amazing stories and quirky facts; you’ll find plenty to explore at its four wonderfully curated museums. Among the most popular cultural centers in the area are the National Automobile Museum and the thought-provoking Pearns Steam World. The Queen Victoria Museum and the Launceston Tramway Museum are two other fascinating museums.
To see the flora and fauna native to Northeast Tasmania, set out to explore its many beautiful ecological preserves. Two of the most popular of these, are Cataract Gorge and Ben Lomond National Park. Also have a look around Narawntapu National Park and Cataract Gorge, if you are keen to explore more of the city’s rich ecological environs.
When visiting Northeast Tasmania enjoy the season’s changing colors at one of its popular gardens and parks. Elizabeth Park, Royal Park and much-loved City Park are great green spaces to find a peaceful spot and enjoy a board game with the kids.
Northeast Tasmania is a great place for lovers of art so when you are in the city, don’t miss the Queen Victoria Art Gallery and the 1842 Gallery. These are excellent places visitors can pay a visit to for an afternoon of cultural entertainment. Stroll around and enjoy the atmosphere or take a tour to better understand the art displays.
This city is home to the Boags Brewery, a much-loved destination for those who enjoy the wonderful world of beer. Learn how the beers are produced, then head to the tasting room to enjoy a few samples.
Enjoy window shopping and try on new outfits in some of the local shopping venues such as Brisbane Street Mall and Quadrant Mall. Soak up the atmosphere and wander through the shops at these popular destinations.
After spending some time in the center of Northeast Tasmania, drive out to see one of the area’s most iconic nautical landmarks, the Low Head Lighthouse. The structure’s iconic shape and natural setting offers great opportunities for budding photographers, particularly at sunrise and sunset.