Tasmania For Everyone has undergone a major facelift, and is now totally phone friendly. So whether you are viewing it on a computer, a tablet or phone, everything is easier to find and faster to load. It has also been integrated into our mother website - Australia For Everyone - so if you are looking for information on Australia as a whole, or another state or territory, nothing is more than a few clicks away. And that works both ways - people on our other state or territory websites are only a click away from accessing information on Tasmania.
More than anywhere else in Australia, Tasmania enjoys four seasons, each with its own unique pleasures and appeal. The warmest months are December, January, February and March. Autumn has still sunny days and riotous colours as 200 year-old oaks, elms, birches and our own native beech, turn from gold to red in preparation for winter. season.
Maria Island, on Tasmania's east coast, is a unique location where the visitor feels they have left civilization behind and stepped into another world. An easy way to experience all that Island has to offer is to take a Maria Island Cruise and Walk. Everything is vorganised for you, all you have to do is turn up, go along for the ride and have one of the best days ever.
Savour The Tastes of Tasmania
The cleanest air and water on the planet, varied landscapes and four distinct seasons all contribute towards Tasmania's bountiful supply of produce. Its rich volcanic soils are perfect for growing premium fruit, the cooler climate produces elegant dry wines and the unspoiled coastline ensures the freshest seafood around.
Its fish and seafood, cheeses, wines, oils, truffles, game, smallgoods, organic fruits and vegetables are of the highest quality and flavour. No wonder Tasmania has such a highly sophisticated local food and wine culture.