9 Hidden Gems in Tasmania, Australia ...

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I live in a beautiful, unique and totally stunning part of the world and as a local, I know about a lot of hidden gems in Tasmania, including lots of special places that aren’t necessarily on a tourist’s map.

There are so many great things to discover in Tassie, and it was so hard to narrow it down to just nine, but here they are - the best hidden gems in Tasmania.

You should definitely add them to your list!

1. Crescent Bay, Tasman Peninsula

Crescent Bay, Tasman Peninsula

Crescent Bay takes the number one spot in my list of hidden gems in Tasmania, not only because it is stunning, but because there are so many people, even locals, that simply don’t know it exists!

Not only is there a beautiful bush walk around the bay, but the beach itself is totally breathtaking!

With picture-perfect blue water and gorgeous sand, you’ll be in heaven.

Crescent Bay is definitely worth a visit, and deserves to be much more well-known than it actually is!

2. Tahune Forest Airwalk

Tahune Forest Airwalk

If you’re not scared of heights, the Tahune Forest Airwalk is definitely something you should add to your list of must-dos.

This walk is suitable for people of any walking ability, and is the perfect thing to do if you really want to see what Tasmania has to offer in the way of its unique and beautiful environment.2

On this walk, you stroll along a huge bridge-like structure above the treetops - amazing!

3. QVMAG, Launceston

QVMAG, Launceston

QVMAG, or the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, is my favourite museum in all of Tassie.

It’s Australia’s biggest regional museum and is home to some enormous dinosaur skeletons, a historically accurate Blacksmith’s workshop, an awesome interactive Phenomena Factory, a planetarium and heaps more!

QVMAG is a great way to spend a rainy (or sunny!) afternoon in Tasmania.

The Nut, Stanley
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