Directory - Tasmania
Separated from mainland Australia by the 240 km stretch of Bass Strait, Tasmania is a land apart - a place of wild and beautiful landscapes; friendly, welcoming people; a pleasant, temperate climate; wonderful wine and food.
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Eaglehawk Dive Centre
based in Eaglehawk Neck, TAS, Australia
- We can cater for all levels of divers: fur seals, weedy seadragons, walls, magnificent invertebrate/sponge life, caves, wreck, technical. Hire gear, airfills, on-site accommodation, diver training pool, nitrox.
Boat Harbour Accommodation
- If your idea of heaven is a quiet bay with white sands and clear water, Boat Harbour is the perfect retreat.
- Tasmania's capital city Hobart sits on the Derwent River overlooked by Mount Wellington and still retains much of it's colonial character with many of it's original historic sandstone buildings.
- Set in hilly countryside at the meeting point of the Esk and Tamar Rivers, Launceston is Tasmania's second largest city.
- Historic buildings in the Devonport area range from workers cottages to the stately Home Hill, former residence of Australia's only Tasmanian Prime Minister, Joseph Lyons. Home Hill is classified by the National Trust.
- Bicheno, just north of the Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmania?s east coast, is known for its laid-back lifestyle and outdoor activities. If a holiday relaxing by white, sandy beaches, dining on fresh seafood and playing leisurely games of golf sounds appealing, you?ll love Bicheno.
St Helens Accommodation
- St Helens is a fishing port sheltered by Georges Bay and St Helens Point, a long headland, of which is reserved as a public conservation area.
- The city is on the banks of the Inglis River sheltered by Table Cape - flat-topped and fertile and during spring it is carpeted in tulips.
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