Tasmania will surprise you!
Yes, it’s a relatively small state, but hey, good things sometimes come in small packages – and rightly so with Tasmania.
It’s a prime destination to camp or explore via campervan for hire in Tasmania to taste the true meaning of outdoor experience in one of Australia’s most unspoilt destinations. Think of close encounters with wildlife, an exquisite bottle of fine Tasmanian wine by the campfire, and a mind-blowing sky so full of stars you won’t want to go to sleep.
Deloraine. Nestled at the base of the Great Western Tiers in Central Tasmania Highlands and is famous for being the artistic hub of northern Tasmania. Deloraine also hosts the annual Tasmanian Craft Fair, which attracts over 30,000 people annually. The fair focuses on exhibits at the Deloraine and District Folk Museum where horse-drawn era and extensive gardens containing many farm implements are shown. This town is found between Launceston and Devonport, making it a great base to explore other areas, such as Cradle Mountain, the Central Highlands, and the Western Tiers.
Tasmanian Midlands and Lake Country. One of Tasmania’s less populated region, this location is less domesticated and more untamed. As you can derive from its name, the area is blessed with many picturesque lakes. The Great Lake, Bronte Lagoon, and Arthurs Lake have all been made or enlarged by Hydro Tasmania, and are all awesome spots for fishing enthusiasts. The Northern Midlands is famous for its historic villages as well as Georgian architecture. This is a place that’s perfect for the adventurous; go exploring!
Cradle Mountain – Lake St. Clair National Park. Famous for being one of the most remarkable locations in the world, with mind-blowing, panoramic scenery and dreamy flora in every direction. It’s only a 90-minute drive from Burmie, and is very accessible, with camping facilities available. For the serious outdoor aficionado, the Overland Trek is a six day walk that will take you into the center of the park.
Mole Creek and Mole Creek National Park. A small town that’s roughly a half hour drive from Deloraine. This town is renowned for its hone and leatherwood production, and for being near the Mole Creek Karst National Park. Travelers come from all over the world to see and experience the incredible cave systems in this underground national park. The King Solomon’s Cave is an exquisite affair of amazing patterns and stalagmites, as well as sparkling calcite, while he Great Cathedral chamber houses the biggest glow worm cave in Australia. If you love to be where dreams are made of, go here.
Semi-complete list of Tasmanian Holiday Parks
- Richmond Caravan and Cabin Park – 48 Middle Tea Tree Road, Richmond (03 6260 2192) www.richmondcaravanpark.com.au
- Port Arthur Holiday Park – Garden Point, Port Arthur (03 6250 2340) www.portarthurhp.com.au
- Cradle Mountain – Cradle Mountain Road, Cradle Mountain (03 6492 1395) Discovery Holiday Parks – Cradle Mountain
- Launceston – 9 Main Street, Hadspen (03 6393 6391) Hadspen Discovery Holiday Park
- Big4 St Helens Caravan Park – 2 Penelope Street, St Helens (03 6376 1290) www.sthelenscp.com.au
- Devonport – 13 Tarleton Street, East Devonport (03 6427 8418) Devonport Discovery Holiday Park
- Stanley Cabin and Tourist Park – 23a Wharf Road, Stanley (03 6458 1266) www.stanleycabinpark.com.au
- Wynyard Leisure Ville Holiday Centre – 145a Old Bass Highway, Wynyard (03 6442 2291) www.leisureville.com.au
- Strahan – Discovery Holiday Park – Cnr Andrew & Innes Streets, Strahan (03 6471 7468) Strahan Discover Holiday Park
That’s it! Australia is not just famous for diving sites and beach activities, so be sure to book a campervan for hire in Tasmania before your flight to secure your vehicle once you land. Enjoy your Tasmanian Midland expedition and discover more about Australia!
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