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Amazing Tasmanian Destinations

At Tasbuilt, we count it a privilege to create the dream for our clients in every corner of this amazing state. Scroll through the images below to join our team as we visit some of the amazing destinations that Tasmania has to offer. Even better, include these mouth watering stops on your next visit, and sample the Tasmanian hospitality for yourself.

Sheffield 'Town of Murals'

Sheffield 'Town of Murals'

Sheffield a unique town of murals that depict events and stories from the region's history

Stanley Hotel

Stanley Hotel

Stanley Hotel offers a unique accommodation in the centre of the historic fishing village of Stanley Tasmania.

Mt Roland

Mt Roland

Located near Sheffield, on the edge of the Great Western Tiers region, the mountain looks magnificent when approaching it from Sheffield.

Boat Harbour

Boat Harbour

The beach is what it's all about, with family-friendly waves, rock pools to explore, pacific gulls, clear water and clean white sand

Sisters Beach

Sisters Beach

Located in the north west of the state the beach is a place where you can immerse yourself in the natural environment. Enjoy swimming and playing on the unspoiled beaches, explore the local communities

Don Railway

Don Railway

A great place to take the kids on school holidays, Don Railway is a vintage railway and museum that runs a passenger train ride from Don to Coles Beach.

Tarkine Animal Park

Tarkine Animal Park

Tarkine Animal Park offers hands on experience with exotic & farm animals for everyone to enjoy!

Peggs Beach

Peggs Beach

Located in the north of the state the beach has excellent camping areas and safe swimming beaches.

Stanley

Stanley

A town of perfectly preserved colonial buildings, genteel cafes and quality B&B cottages, all sheltering in the imposing shadow of the Nut, a breathtaking sight not to be missed when visiting the area!

Sullivans Cove

Sullivans Cove

Located on the river Derwent, Sullivans Cove was the site of initial European settlement in the area. Now it is home to an amazing distillery and much more of Tasmania's tourist attractions!

Ross Bridge

Ross Bridge

This amazing historical bridge is made out of sandstone which was made with convict labour in 1836 and is the third oldest bridge still in use in Australia.

Richmond Bridge

Richmond Bridge

Richmond is famous for its heritage listed arch bridge which is the oldest stone span bridge in Australia. An amazing site to see if you are touring the south of the state!

New Norfolk

New Norfolk

New Norfolk is a small town on the Derwent River that is rich in history, has quality produce and beautiful country side scenery.

Margate Train

Margate Train

Margate Train located just south of Hobart, also known as the 'Tasman Limited' served as a passenger train from Hobart to Launceston in the 1950s. Now home to a unique shopping experience the carriages offer a variety of retail businesses from arts and crafts to coffee shops and a pancake parlour.

Hobart Waterfront

Hobart Waterfront

Hobart's iconic waterfront has many things to see and do, from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery to taking a ferry's and river taxis up river.

University of Tasmania

University of Tasmania

The University of Tasmania, located in Hobart, is one of Australia's leading universities.

Salamanca

Salamanca

Home to one of Australia's most vibrant and loved out door markets. Salamanca is also famous for its sandstone cathedral, monuments and museums dating back to the 13th century.

Battery Point

Battery Point

Settled in the early 1800s, the winding streets, colonial architecture and historical buildings makes a fascinating place to visit to discover the history of Australia!

Great Lake Hotel

Great Lake Hotel

In the heart of the central Tasmanian highlands, this is the perfect place for a hearty, modern country-pub meal or a place to stay for a relaxing getaway.

Cascade Brewery

Cascade Brewery

This is Tasmania's oldest brewery offering tours, tastings & events, plus drinks in the garden.

Campbell Town

Campbell Town

In the heart of Tasmania on the midland highway, this historic town is a great place to stop for a coffee or to view the boutique shops, art galleries and the iconic historic Red Bridge.

Schouten Island

Schouten Island

Located on the Freycinet Peninsula this amazing island is a great place to stop for a swim or a picnic to spot seals and dolphins.

Diamond Island

Diamond Island

Located on the beautiful East Coast of Tasmania. This stunning location has breathtaking views, a must place to visit when touring the East Coast!

Table Cape Lookout

Table Cape Lookout

Offers stunning views over Bass Strait. You can walk from the lookout along the lighthouse walking trail (30 minutes return). the only operating lighthouse open (seasonally) for tours in mainland Tasmania ...

Windemere Jetty

Windemere Jetty

Located in the tiny village of Windemere on the eastern shore of the Tamar River, the jetty is peaceful location away from the hustles of city life!!

Riverbend Park

Riverbend Park

An iconic park in Launceston divided into four zones: The River Play area, Gorge Play area, Wild Core area, and Urban Plaza. The park's largest attractions are undoubtedly the Sky Walk and the 'confluence net', two of the largest pieces of play equipment in Australia.

Queen Victoria Museum

Queen Victoria Museum

The Queen Victoria Museum is Australia's largest museum not in a capital city. It is the heart to local history ranging from art displays to a planetarium. This museum has much to offer!!

National Automobile Museum of Tasmania

National Automobile Museum of Tasmania

The now relocated National Automobile Museum of Tasmania in Launceston features one of Australia's most significant motoring collections. Spanning over 100 years of style this is a must see for all those who appreciate history, design, engineering and style.

Hillwood Berry Farm

Hillwood Berry Farm

Pick you own seasonal berries or visit the cafe for a delicious selection of sweet and savoury options. This second generation berry farm is a must for your summer holidays!!

Goaty Hill Winery

Goaty Hill Winery

What could be better than to enjoy a glass of wine with a platter of local produce whilst enjoying the stunning views from Goaty Hills cellar door? With gourmet foods containing locally grown produce this is one place not to miss!!

Cataract Gorge

Cataract Gorge

Launceston's own piece of wilderness just 15 minutes from the city. This rare natural formation of wilderness offers walks, the iconic chair lifts, a swimming pool and play ground.. and don't forget to see the magnificent peacocks.!!

Bonnie Beach

Bonnie Beach

Located in the small town of Kayena, Bonnie Beach is a offers spectacular views of the Batman Bridge. A perfect location for you Summers Picnic!!

Boags Brewery

Boags Brewery

The ultimate beer lovers experience. Located in the heart of Launceston, Boags offers tastings and a 90 minute tour of the Historic Boags Centre. Not enough time for a tour why not drop into the bar for a beer or a coffee?

Rosetta

Rosetta

A northern suburb of Hobart, Rosetta has some spectacular views of the Derwent River and the Derwent Bridge.

Dunalley Fish Market

Dunalley Fish Market

Do you remember having piping hot fish and chips with a splash of vinegar and slices of lemon wrapped in paper? That is not all, you will be greeted by the family dog and sometimes a playful seal in the channel! Certainly worth a visit!!

Sullivan's Cove Distillery

Sullivan's Cove Distillery

Located in Sullivan's Cove this distillery offers tours, tastings and some unique Tasmanian souvenirs.

Table Cape Tulip Farm

Table Cape Tulip Farm

Located near Wynard, the tulip farm is a bed of colour that brings tourists from all around to see the breathtaking views of the blooming tulips in the month of October.

Pumphouse Point

Pumphouse Point

Located at Lake St Claire, this spectacular wilderness retreat is a great place for a relaxing getaway and to see some of Tasmania's World Heritage areas.

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