Visit Beaconsfield’s historic goldmine heritage museum
Explore Queen Victoria Museum incorporating the former major State railway workshops
Travel on a genuine Launceston tram
See and feel all manner of oldage machinery, particularly steam engines
Take many trips on a variety of steam-hauled trains
Indulge in the colourful fields of tulips at Table Cape
Cruise the mighty and serene Gordon River through part of Tasmania’s World Heritage Area
Experience the remoteness of the notorious penal settlement of Sarah Island
Peddle your way along a scenic railway line
Browse Hobart’s famous Salamanca Market
Surprise yourself at the infamous Museum of Old and New Art (MONA)
Take in the delights of Hobart and Launceston
Wonder at English history in the many colonial towns
Be mesmerised by magnificent and ever-changing scenery
Appreciate the huge wooden carving of Tasmanian history at The Wall in the Wilderness


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