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Launceston
The final stop before heading back to Devonport is Launceston. If you can return your car on Tassie and fly back from Launceston (or even Hobart) instead, I’d recommend it. As fun as it is, you won’t want to take that ferry more than once. The James Boags brewery is located here, along with the Tasmania Zoo. If you’re into wildlife (especially birds) you’ll want to make a pit stop. It’s a bit run-down but they do have Tasmanian Devil feeding sessions. And if there’s one thing you can’t leave Tassie without seeing, it’s The Devil!
Port Arthur
From Hobart, head to Port Arthur. It’s a bit out of the way but if you’re interested in the history of convicts in Australia, this is where you’ll want to go. Spend a day walking the grounds of the ancient penal colony and take a boat ride to some of the haunted islands just off the coast. A lot of Port Arthur has fallen apart at this point, and much of it is undergoing renovations, but that shouldn’t stop you. I’m not a big history buff but Port Arthur definitely got my wheels spinning. Talk to any of the locals around town and, if you want to save $30, they’ll give you the low-down on how to sneak in through the side. It’s easier than you’d think.

About Tasmania

Southern lights is just as spectacular as the Northern lights, and these Auroras should be in everyone’s to do list. Sighting of a southern light is incredibly rare but the shows are spectacular. It’s definitely worth attempting to time your visit to Tasmania to align with Southern Lights. Watching the sky lit up in various shades of purple and green is a probably a luxury that only a few get lucky witnessing.5. Be a part of Vivid Sydney

Best Time To Visit Tasmania

Best time to visit Tasmania is from April to October
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