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Tasmania’s Ocean Loop

What Tasmania, the state of islands, misses is the long road routes that can give its visitors the pleasure of a road trip, which anyway every other state of Australia provides in a grand manner. However, the tourists need not to worry or overlook because the state offers long ocean loop which is altogether a unique experience and also keeps you close to the lovely beaches and let you explore nature scenes. Here, we are listing the places that you can cover in ocean loop starting from Hobart and covering a number of magnificent places. The loop covers more than 700 miles and could be travelled in 6 days.

Travel to Freycinet National Park from Hobart

When you will start from Hobart, you will come across sandstone warehouse developed in 19th century. Second attraction would be Salamanca markets which has more than 300 stalls that sell almost everything and highlight among them is art an craft items.

It will be an amazing experience when you’ll finally reach to Freycinet National Park exploring the natural sceneries on the way. There are different routes available to explore the national park from land walk way to exploring it through mount Amos. You can choose to accommodate yourself in a camp or can choose a different accommodation in Swansea, Coles Bay or Bicheno.

Marching Ahead to Launceston

The way to Launceston is wonderful and beyond words. You can enjoy a variety of seafood on the way and can enjoy swimming in the blue waters. You can also consider driving to Binalong which is commonly knows as bay of fires. You will also come across the village of Derby which is famous for its biking trails and unique crafts.

You’ll reach Lanceston all fresh and energetic. You can visit art galleries and museums here. It will let you walk in different world where art and antiques gives you an unforgettable vibe. The suspension bridge will give you thrilling experience and after complete day of adventure, you can takes rest in amazing hotels available there.

Stanley, the next Destination

On your way to Stanley, do not forget Deloraine and Devenport as these are the major and eye-candid attractions on the way. However, if you wish to have a little touch of wildlife to your trip, you can take a hold at Narawntapu National Park.

The must see place in Stanley is Osborne Helitours where you’ll enjoy the scenic beauty of islands and lush green nature from a height and you’ll have a never before experience. Once you are done with enjoying the Stanley from height, get into its roots while visiting Stanley Village, a perfect combination of boutique accommodation and restaurants at waterfront.

Cradle Mountain, Heights on the Way

It is listed in the World Heritage sites. Dove lakes, Clair National Park and Overland Track are the few places that you must enjoy at Cradle Mountain. Also, you can enjoy Lodges and Restaurant here as their location and ambience keep you fresh and in love with mother nature.

Strahan and Hobart, Last leg of the Journey

The last leg of the Tasmania’s ocean loop is even more exciting as you will see a number of lakes, forests, mountains and other scenic beauties on the way. Also, you will get a chance to visit Queens town which is known for its gold and copper wines. Enjoy kayaking and reach fresh to the starting point, Hobart.

Ocean loop or Tasmania road trip in other words will give you a life-time travel experience and your rejoice it throughout your life. For more information on Tasmania tourism or any part of Australia, you can explore the site.

Published on 27 Nov, 2019
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