Journals Tasmania

The west & north west coast of Tasmania

Created by auskiwi on January 4, 2013 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
12 Stories

Rainforest wilderness, wild, windy beaches, steam train rides, river cruises and plenty of history - this is an great area to visit.

11 days in Tasmania

Created by auskiwi on January 10, 2011 Best of IgoUgo

10 Stories

Nothing like 11 days if peace and quiet, deserted beaches, discovering new things, day tripping around, drinking and eating great food - just what the doctor ordered.

Australia's Great Southern Island (Into The Sunset)

Created by Ozzy-Dave on January 19, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews

The Great Southern Land has a Great Southern Island. Tasmania is Australia’s island state, as geographically diverse and unspoilt as any settled land. Just 500,000 people share a space the size of Ireland, so there’s plenty of room to explore. Our journey concludes among the east coast’s sun-kissed wonders.

Australia's Great Southern Island (Way Down South)

Created by Ozzy-Dave on September 26, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews

The Great Southern Land has a Great Southern Island. Tasmania is Australia’s island state, as geographically diverse and unspoilt as any settled land. Just 500,000 people share a space the size of Ireland, so there’s plenty of room to explore. Our trip south mixes colonial history with spectacular natural wonders.

Australia's Great Southern Island (The Wild West)

Created by Ozzy-Dave on August 25, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

9 Reviews

The Great Southern Land has a Great Southern Island. Tasmania is Australia’s island state, as geographically diverse and unspoilt as any settled land. And with just 500,000 people sharing a space the size of Ireland there’s plenty to explore. The Wild West is a heady mix of wilderness and history.



Tasmanian Highlights

Created by LenR on August 13, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews
1 Story

Tasmania provides a great holiday experience. You can discover fascinating colonial villages, explore mysterious rainforests, roam idyllic beaches and sample delicious fresh food and world class wines.

The Heritage Highway

Created by LenR on August 13, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
2 Stories

The Heritage Highway, which links Hobart and Launceston, is a trail back through history. The original road was both exhilarating and treacherous. Now it provides a great insight into the colourful colonial history of the 1800s. We explore the towns and attractions of this region in this journal.

Australia's Great Southern Island (Northbound)

Created by Ozzy-Dave on July 7, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

The Great Southern Land has a Great Southern Island. Tasmania is Australia’s island state, as geographically diverse and unspoilt as any settled land on earth. With just 500,000 people sharing a space the size of Ireland, there’s plenty to explore. Our journey turns north for a taste of nature.

Into the Tamar Valley

Created by LenR on May 29, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
1 Story

The tranquil and captivating Tamar Valley extends 60 kilometres north from Launceston to Bass Strait. Here are some of the most picturesque and pleasant riverside and rural areas in Tasmania. There are charming villages, many tourist attractions and numerous vineyards with outstanding restaurants. This journal shows you the highlights.

Enjoying Tasmania's Natural Wonders

Created by aussiemate on July 22, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

We had a wonderful time in Launceston. I didn't think I would like it much but I loved it. We thought it would be easy to see everything in two days, but we should have allowed at least 5.

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