House of Anvers Chocolate Factory, Latrobe (10mins from Devonport and the Spirit of Tasmania). Photo by Lynn Gorman.

House of Anvers Chocolate Factory, Latrobe (10mins from Devonport and the Spirit of Tasmania). Photo by Lynn Gorman.

Bream Creek Farmers’ Market, Bream Creek Showgrounds. Held the first Sunday of every month. #markets #tasmania #discovertasmania

Bream Creek Farmers’ Market, Bream Creek Showgrounds. Held the first Sunday of every month. #markets #tasmania #discovertasmania

Ida Bay Railway Locomotive, far south Tasmania to Deep Hole Bay. Article and photo (copyright) by Carol Haberle for www.think-tasmania.com

Ida Bay Railway Locomotive, far south Tasmania to Deep Hole Bay. Article and photo (copyright) by Carol Haberle for www.think-tasmania.com

The view of Cradle Mountain's peaks across the mirrored waters of Dove Lake in @Tasmania is simply unforgettable. Located in Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, this area has scenery unlike anything you’ll find on Australia’s mainland and is home to the famous six-day Overland Track walk. Photo: @lokmannorazmi

The view of Cradle Mountain's peaks across the mirrored waters of Dove Lake in @Tasmania is simply unforgettable. Located in Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, this area has scenery unlike anything you’ll find on Australia’s mainland and is home to the famous six-day Overland Track walk. Photo: @lokmannorazmi

AUSTRALIA: Crossing the suspension bridge at Montezuma Falls, on Tasmania’s West Coast. Montezuma Falls is Tasmania’s highest waterfall, and is located near the peaceful town of Rosebery. The name Montezuma – the last Aztec Emperor of Mexico – comes from the Montezuma Silver Mining Company, which was formed in 1891 and held leases on the northern slopes of nearby Mt. Dundas. #discovertasmania #waterfall #westernwilderness #suspensionbridge #tasmania Image Credit: iamycel

AUSTRALIA: Crossing the suspension bridge at Montezuma Falls, on Tasmania’s West Coast. Montezuma Falls is Tasmania’s highest waterfall, and is located near the peaceful town of Rosebery. The name Montezuma – the last Aztec Emperor of Mexico – comes from the Montezuma Silver Mining Company, which was formed in 1891 and held leases on the northern slopes of nearby Mt. Dundas. #discovertasmania #waterfall #westernwilderness #suspensionbridge #tasmania Image Credit: iamycel

Hazards Beach, within the Freycinet National Park on Tasmania's east coast. Located on the southern side of the wide isthmus (land bridge) that separates The Hazards and Mount Freycinet on the famous peninsula, Hazards Beach backs on to the more famous Wineglass Bay. Together they are a breathtaking reward for those who undertake the circuit walk beyond the Wineglass Bay lookout. #discovertasmania #hazardsbeach #freycinetnp #nationalpark #tasmania Image Credit: Johan Lolos

Hazards Beach, within the Freycinet National Park on Tasmania's east coast. Located on the southern side of the wide isthmus (land bridge) that separates The Hazards and Mount Freycinet on the famous peninsula, Hazards Beach backs on to the more famous Wineglass Bay. Together they are a breathtaking reward for those who undertake the circuit walk beyond the Wineglass Bay lookout. #discovertasmania #hazardsbeach #freycinetnp #nationalpark #tasmania Image Credit: Johan Lolos

Plan your next trip to Tassie with Spirit of Tasmania's travel planner, exploring over 100 things to do, attractions to see and places to go in Tasmania.

Plan your next trip to Tassie with Spirit of Tasmania's travel planner, exploring over 100 things to do, attractions to see and places to go in Tasmania.

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