Think Tasmania is a daytime destination? Spotlighting for wildlife and the mysterious Southern Lights will change your mind. Australia’s island state is not just about beaches either. Tasmania is home to diverse landscapes from glacial lakes, mountains and beaches to ancient caves and rainforests.
Kuala Lumpur, 20 March 2018 – Any time is a good time to visit Tasmania. For many, the dry, warm summer months of December-February are popular. But if you prefer cooler temperatures and less crowds, visiting Australia’s island state in either autumn (March-May) or winter (June-August) is a great choice as it provides a pleasant ambiance for exploring UNESCO World Heritage Sites, sampling the best Tasmanian produce and becoming immersed in Tassie-style festival buzz. Whether you are travelling solo or as a couple, group or family, there’s something for everyone to indulge in from March to August in the Apple Isle. Here are five reasons why you will fall in love with this unique heart-shaped island. 1. Great walks with picturesque views […]