Find a Holiday Park in Tasmania
Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, which forms part of the World Heritage-listed Tasmania Wilderness area, is an essential addition to any itinerary. The 1545m-high Cradle Mountain is just one of many cloud-piercing peaks within this national park and Tasmania in general.
The Tasmania Wilderness area also commands attention. Covering a staggering 1.5 million ha, it has plenty of scope for exploration.
Breathtaking coastline adds to the beauty of Tasmania. The East Coast snatches much of the focus thanks to Wineglass Bay and the Bay of Fires. The dramatic coast of the Tasman Peninsula – don’t miss the striking sea cliffs – and the North West coast are other sublime areas to visit.
The gripping history of Tasmania should not be understated. Its convict link is all around: Port Arthur Historic Sites is the most prominent visitor attraction and strongly brings this period of history to life.
Cultural attractions are first-rate in the Apple Isle. Hobart shines as the state capital with its massive list of visitor attractions. The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is almost certainly top of that list and is far from the average.
Feeling hungry? The range of delectable local produce on offer is incredible. Key areas include the Huon Valley and the Tamar Valley; the latter is also a leading wine region.
From cosy cabins or a caravan park to stay in while you view the spectacular surrounds or a place to camp as you take in the crisp, clean air, BIG4 Holiday Parks has abundant accommodation options in Tasmania.
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