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Finding a Great Deal on Tasmania Hotels

Discover and enjoy Australia's favourite holiday island, and enjoy the hotels Tasmania has to offer.Tasmania is a large island just 240 kilometres off mainland Australia. The southernmost state of the commonwealth, Tasmania is richly diverse and has stunning natural scenery, unusual wildlife and plenty of history with arms wide and waiting to welcome you. Whether your trip to Tasmania is beginning with a flight or a ferry ride, chances are you will end up on a driving tour once you arrive. Deals on Tasmania hotels can be found in the locations that suit you best, from the centre of its busy cities and breezy suburbs to its more distant resorts, bed-and-breakfasts and mountain retreats, with Cradle Mountain being one of the most popular destinations, and with good reason. Even backpackers and campers can find a multitude of options to meet their needs. Some of the most popular times for holidays are Easter and Christmas, but the most beautiful times for visiting Tasmania are in April and May, which is when the colours of this lovely island are at their best.

With something for everyone, visitors can easily enjoy anything their hearts desire. Driving is usually the fastest and best way to get from one place to the other, and car or campervan hires are readily available. Outdoor adventures are plentiful, whether you prefer golfing, bushwalking or fly-fishing. Many enjoy kayaking and swimming, too. The incredible range of national parks, reserves and protected natural areas is one of Tasmania’s most charming aspects. A short drive can have you walking through an ancient rainforest or squishing sand through your toes in no time. Of course, while you are there, you can also get up close and personal with some of Australia’s most fascinating creatures, including Tasmanian devils, wallabies, wombats and more.

Your explorations will likely also take you to some of Tasmania’s biggest cities and suburbs, where you can visit open-air markets, sample local wines, enjoy fresh produce or try other hand made goods. The capital city, Hobart, has restaurants, pubs, galleries, studios, museums and more to keep you entertained, and a drive or cycle to the top of Mount Wellington is a must! Accommodations in Hobart range from $79 for a no-frill budget hotel to more than $459 for five-star accommodations.

Launceston is another popular stop for visitors to Tasmania. Tourists can enjoy a languid cruise down the Tamar River, wine tasting at area vineyards and stay at one-of-a-kind boutique hotels. Lake St. Clair National Park offers an entirely different kind of experience. A World Heritage Site, this wilderness region is just an hour’s drive from Launceston, but it feels as though it is a world apart. Trek through the rainforest wilderness and spend the night at an eco-resort before heading back to Tasmania’s more civilised regions. Accommodations in Launceston range from $79 for a three-star hotel to more than $279 for a four-star hotel.

PHOTO: The colour of rooftops in the capital of Tasmania, Hobart.


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