Travel To These Must Visit Places In Tasmania, Australia

Tasmania, another brilliant place for experiencing wonderful scenery, also has its must visit places. From historical buildings to dark blue sea, it is an island full of culture and natural beauty.

1. Salamanca market

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In Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, lies the famous Salamanca market, which has over 300 stalls that operates every Saturday from 8.30 am to 3 pm. This day market sells a wide variety of goods, including food, wine, clothes, artworks and many more.

Image by Salamanca Market FB

Image by Salamanca Market FB

Image by Salamanca Market FB

Image by Salamanca Market FB

Also, this market has a service called ‘puppy parking’, where customers can drop their pet dogs there while they shop freely at the market.

Besides that, they provide free shuttle service from the city centre of Hobart to the market.

Image by Salamanca Market FB

Image by Salamanca Market FB

[Salamanca Market]

Operating hours:

Saturday, 8.30 am – 3 pm

Address: Salamanca Pl, 7000 Hobart, Tasmania

Contact No.: +61 3 6238 2430

FB: Salamanca Market

Official website: https://www.salamancamarket.com.au/Home

2. Wineglass bay

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Besides eating and shopping, travelling won’t be complete without sightseeing. Wineglass bay has the perfect spot for enjoying the natural beauty of Tasmania.

Other than going on a cruise, you can choose to hike for a short distance and admire the view from high up in the air.

Image by Discover Tasmania FB

Image by Discover Tasmania FB

As it is situated in the Freycinet National Park, you would be able to see a stretch of mountain range across the island. There are other amazing beaches nearby too~

3. Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park

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Cradle mountain is the fifth highest mountain in Tasmania. Many has visited the Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Claire National Park just to broaden their horizons.

Also, the national park is famous for their adorable creatures such as pademelons, Tasmanian devil and echidnas.

Image by australian-wildlife.com

Image by australian-wildlife.com

Visitors can choose to challenge themselves and hike the summit of Cradle Mountain, or have a casual relaxing walk at the walkway around Lake St. Claire.

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4. Mount Wellington

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With Hobart city at its foothill, Mount Wellington is one of trademarks in Tasmania. Also known as kunanyi, the mountain is often covered in snow with thick forests surrounding the lower part of the mountains.

Located in Wellington park, there are multiple outdoor activities to be enjoyed around the area. For example, trekking, mountain biking,  horse riding and even bird watching.

Image by wellingtonpark.org

Image by wellingtonpark.org

Other options include driving up the mountain, but beware of animals and icy roads along the way!

Wifi service is available at the summit for you to post pretty photos and videos online too~

Sources:

wikipedia.org

salamancamarket.com

Discover Tasmania FB

wellingtonpark.org

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