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    • https://discovertasmania.com.au/home/explore/touring-routes/images/map_touring_routes_convict-trail.pnghttps://discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/road-trips/convict-trailA fascinating journey rich in convict history and natural beautyConvict Trail
    • https://discovertasmania.com.au/__data/assets/image/0003/93774/Cradle-Coast-Wine-Trail.pnghttps://discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/road-trips/cradle-coast-wine-trailFrom the North Coast’s patchwork agricultural hinterland to Cradle Mountain on the edge of Tasmania's World Heritage WildernessCradle Coast Wine Trail
    • https://discovertasmania.com.au/__data/assets/image/0007/93778/Heritage-Highway.pnghttps://discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/road-trips/heritage-highwayExplore charming Georgian villages, historic pastoral properties and enjoy the history of the place and its peopleHeritage Highway
    • https://discovertasmania.com.au/__data/assets/image/0004/93775/Tamar-Valley-Wine-Route.pnghttps://discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/road-trips/tamar-valley-wine-routeTake a country drive through cool-climate vineyards of the Tamar Valley and Pipers River, and allow time for cellar-door chatting.Tamar Valley Wine Route
    • https://discovertasmania.com.au/__data/assets/image/0006/93777/Highland-Power-Trail.pnghttps://discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/road-trips/highlands-power-trail2Trace the history of Tasmania’s hydroelectric scheme through the Central Highlands.Highlands Power Trail
    • https://discovertasmania.com.au/__data/assets/image/0005/93776/Cradle-to-Coast-Tasting-Trail.pnghttps://discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/road-trips/cradle-to-coast-tasting-trailFollow your nose to more than 30 of the north west’s finest farms, cellar doors, distilleries and makers.Cradle To Coast Tasting Trail
    • https://discovertasmania.com.au/__data/assets/image/0011/93773/East-Coast-Wine-Trail.pnghttps://discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/road-trips/east-coast-wine-trailEnjoy dramatic coastal views and meet growers and cool-climate winemakers at wineries along the east coast.East Coast Wine Trail
    • https://discovertasmania.com.au/__data/assets/image/0010/93772/Southern-Wine-Trail.pnghttps://discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/road-trips/southern-wine-trailExplore a constellation of vineyards in close proximity to Hobart and sample the south’s premium wines.Southern Wine Trail
    • https://discovertasmania.com.au/__data/assets/image/0009/93771/Tasmanian-Whisky-Trail.pnghttps://discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/road-trips/tasmanian-whisky-trailMeet the makers and discover the stories behind the island’s renowned distilleries.Tasmanian Whisky Trail
    • https://discovertasmania.com.au/__data/assets/image/0008/93770/Tasmanian-Cider-Trail.pnghttps://discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/road-trips/tasmanian-cider-trailSample boutique ciders from the orchards of the Huon Valley and fertile soils of the north west.Tasmanian Cider Trail
    • https://discovertasmania.com.au/__data/assets/image/0007/93769/Tasmanian-Beer-Trail.pnghttps://discovertasmania.com.au/what-to-do/road-trips/tasmanian-beer-trailVisit more than 20 breweries, sample local brews and uncover Tasmania’s rich beer-making history, dating back to convict times.Tasmanian Beer Trail
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      Spiky Bridge

      Built by convicts in 1843, this bridge abruptly pops out of the landscape to baffle passers-by with its odd design.

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      Dip Falls

      It's easy to overlook, but Dip Falls is one of the most beautiful in the state

    • 3
      White Knights of Evercreech

      A beautiful natural reserve located in north-east Tasmania with some of the world's tallest white gums

    • 4
      Donaghys Lookout - Western Wilds

      For stunning views of the Franklin River Valley on Tasmania's west coast

    • 5
      Penitentiary Chapel

      Heritage in the heart of the city

    • 6
      Spray Tunnel

      Ever walked through a 100-m abandoned railway tunnel?

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      Dog Line

      On the way to Port Arthur Historic Site on the Tasman Peninsula is Eaglehawk Neck

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      Henty Dunes

      In Tasmania's west, there's a desert amid a rainforest

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      Killiecrankie Diamonds

      Flinders Island is home to the beautiful Killiecrankie Diamonds, a type of topaz commonly found with tin, feldspar and quartz.

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      Mt Amos walking track

      A less frequented track on the Freycinet Peninsula

    • 1
      Spiky Bridge

      Built by convicts in 1843, this bridge abruptly pops out of the landscape to baffle passers-by with its odd design.

    • 2
      Dip Falls

      It's easy to overlook, but Dip Falls is one of the most beautiful in the state

    • 7
      Dog Line

      On the way to Port Arthur Historic Site on the Tasman Peninsula is Eaglehawk Neck

    • 8
      Henty Dunes

      In Tasmania's west, there's a desert amid a rainforest

    • 9
      Killiecrankie Diamonds

      Flinders Island is home to the beautiful Killiecrankie Diamonds, a type of topaz commonly found with tin, feldspar and quartz.

    • 10
      Mt Amos walking track

      A less frequented track on the Freycinet Peninsula

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