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If there's any place on earth that's an untouched Garden of Eden, it's Tasmania's remote, temperate wilderness. With more than 40% of the island protected in reserves and National Parks, this is an island for nature lovers. Separated from mainland Australia by the Bass Strait, Tasmania's natural delights combine with gourmet local produce, historical sites and a range of activities for an unforgettable and adventurous holiday.
Self-catering on the waterfront
These contemporary loft-style apartments boast a waterfront setting in an award-winning renovated 1930s pier building with beautiful views of the River Derwent and Sullivans Cove. A number of shops, restaurants and attractions are right on your doorstep. Apartments feature a fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities and harbour views.
Historic west coast pioneering setting
Set on the tranquil bay of Macquarie Harbour in the picturesque town of Strahan, this unique hotel is a little village in itself and serves as a gateway to Gordon River and the historic West Coast Wilderness Railway. Beautiful cottages are located along the waterfront and hilltop rooms boast magnificent views over Macquarie Harbour.
Beautiful hotel set in a 19th-Century jam factory
Australia's first and only dedicated Art Hotel, once a row of historic warehouses dating from the 1820s, has now transformed into an enthralling hotel showcasing the work of Tasmania's finest visual and performing artists. Set on Hobart's historic waterfront, this boutique hotel is named after Henry Jones, who ultimately became one of Tasmania’s biggest employers.
Welcoming self-catering hotel apartments
Combining the service of a hotel with the convenience of an apartment, the charming Sebel is superbly sited in the heart of historic Launceston. Market Square Restaurant & Bar offers seasonal local fare and an extensive list of Tasmanian wines. The spacious apartments each feature a kitchenette or full kitchen and a balcony.
Amidst Tasmania’s orange-pink Hazard Mountains and white sandy beaches lies a wonderfully remote coastal sanctuary.
Taking inspiration from the colours of the Freycinet Peninsula, Saffire cleverly blends its unique modern design seamlessly with the natural environment. It’s intimate and innovative, with stone and timber flanking huge glass windows that showcase the stunning views. There’s also fine dining, premium spa facilities and exemplary service – all within the concept of sustainability.