Organize a Tour by Car in Tasmania

Tasmania has very beautiful scenery for a holiday or a get away from life’s busy schedules. It is highly recommended to use summer tyres for your car for ease driving through the landscape. These type of tyres are indeed soft and are the best to drive in this country especially during the hot season.

There are many sites to visit while in Tasmania. The convict trail is an outstanding one. You can drive in the historic Richmond to Tasman National park, Eagle hawk neck and Port Arthur, points rich in history and in natural beauty. Here you will have a chance to view the world’s tallest sea cliffs and wild ocean views in the Tasman Peninsula. Hobart- Richmond is a region known for producing cheese and olives.

Coast to Coast

Coast to Coast is the best drive in Tasmania that one should not miss in their holiday. This tour can take between 14 to 21 days. During this journey you will experience a village atmosphere, historic buildings, art and craft galleries, shops, tea rooms and restaurants.

Cradle Country

The third site to visit is the Cradle Country where you experience the North coast agricultural land to the cradle mountain. In this site you will see a forest reserve and the wood chopping heritage which was very competitive in Australia.

East coast Escape

Other sites include the East coast Escape known as the most beautiful and dramatic coastal drives in Australia. It has outstanding national parks, high class beaches, marine and wildlife in a natural environment.

Great Nature Trail

The Great Nature Trail is also another site to visit and there is abundance of wildlife. You will find Gunn’s plains cave which was formed by a flowing underground river and is still flowing with huge freshwater lobster and fish.

Great Western Tiers

The Great Western Tiers are a great site to see with outstanding natural features, heritage, history and breathtaking geological features. The heritage highway is a great route to drive through the farmlands, amazing Georgian villages and the great culture of historic pastoral properties.