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Tasmania There are 4 hostels featuring TAS
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Hobart , TAS

Hobart Central YHA is the most centrally located Hobart backpacker accommodation, only a a block from the city's waterfront.

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Bridport , TAS

Bridport is a small seaside village in Tasmania's sunny north coast, on the shores of Anderson's Bay nestled in a picturesque setting of natural bush with beautiful sheltered beaches.

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Coles Bay , TAS

Situated in the Coles Bay Township, 1km from the Freycinet National Park, the Iluka Backpackers YHA is over the road from Muirs Beach. On-site backpackers facilities at the hostel include tavern/bistro and bakery. There is also a playground for children.

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Strahan , TAS

Located in a parkland setting, Strahan YHA provides clean and basic facilities with a friendly atmosphere and all within an easy walking distance to the village centre.

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Top 10 Things to do in Tasmania
  1. Enjoy beautiful views of Hobart from Mt Wellington.
  2. Visit Cataract Gorge in Launceston.
  3. Stroll around the famous Salamanca Market in Hobart.
  4. Visit the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
  5. Take in MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) - local residents get free entry.
  6. Meet a tassie devil at the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park.
  7. Take a photo with the penguins in Bicheno.
  8. Visit the Freycinet Peninsula and Wineglass Bay.
  9. See Lake St Clair, Australia's deepest natural freshwater lake, in the Central Highlands.
  10. Discover Tasmania's convict history at Port Arthur.
Tours & Activities There are 13 Tour Packages featuring TAS
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  • Getaway to Hobart

    Sandwiched between the changeable face of Mount Wellington and a sparkling harbour that gives Sydney a run for its money, Elinor Sheargold crosses the pond to discover Tasmania’s pocket-sized capital
  • Hobart: Sensory Overload

    Hobart’s illustrious past and creative present combine to stimulate the senses of the curious visitor, writes Rob Grant.
  • Introducing Tasmania

    Australia's island wilderness, rich in history and beauty has a few dirty secrets you wouldn't believe...