Southern Tasmania


History, hiking, and heritage.


Hobart is the perfect base to explore all that the south of Tasmania has to offer. 


The rugged coastline of Southern Tasmania appeals to those with a sense of adventure.


From Hobart, you can travel in any direction for epic sights and enjoy exploring convict history, World Heritage locations, breathtaking coastlines, rugged mountains and lookouts, natural wonders, blowholes, and caves. 

From the heights of Kunanyi to the sheer cliffs of the Peninsula, the natural beauty and diversity of the area is home to a plethora of wildlife including possums, penguins, wallabies, wombats, bandicoots, devils, dolphins, fur seals, migrating whales as well as forest-dwelling birds and soaring endangered eagles.

For foodies and those chasing the big city lights, Hobart has something to offer every traveler including rooftop bars, world-class museums, wineries, late-night dancing, renowned restaurants, cafes, breweries, and gin-making experiences. 

We recommend 5 or more days to fully explore all that Southern Tasmania has to offer. 



For more information on what to do, see and eat around Southern Tasmania, see the links below.