Tasmanian National Parks Passes: The Definitive Guide

White rock trail heading through the scrub towards Crater Lake in Cradle Mountain National Park

A Tasmanian National Parks Pass is essential to exploring Tasmania’s world-class national parks. Tasmania is known throughout the world for its outstanding natural beauty and wild landscapes. Visitors from around the world flock to places like Cradle Mountain National Park to explore the stunning mountainous alpine scenery or soak up the sunshine on one of …

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Makers’ Workshop: The Amazing Artisan Hub Of Burnie

Beachside building constructed of reflective cubes which houses the Makers Workshop in Burnie, Tasmania

The Makers’ Workshop is a must-see destination for art lovers and history fans. Due to financial hardship, the local council has decided to close The Makers’ Workshop and cease the Creative Paper Tours. It’s unsure if/when they may be reopened. Perched above the foreshore, overlooking Burnie Beach in north-west Tasmania sits a unique metallic cubed …

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Edge Of The World: Tasmania’s Shore Of Eternity

The ocean and red lichen covered rocks at the The Edge Of The World, Tasmania, Australia

Have you ever dreamed of standing on the Edge of the World? Located at Arthur River in north-west Tasmania, around 2 hours 25 minutes from Devonport, you’ll find Gardiner Point, which has been dubbed the Edge of the World. Named by the north-west Tasmania tourism icon and Tasmazia founder Brian Inder, the Edge of the …

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