Why Tasman peninsula and Hobart?
If you’re looking for escaping the routine for a weekend or a few days, Hobart and Tasman peninsula are the perfect travel destinations. Hobart is the starting point to many road trips on Tasmania’s East Coast, in particular to the nearby Tasman peninsula. Spend a weekend in the city, before heading to the wilder Tasman peninsula. It’s a great mix of city life and hikes in Nature.
What to see – Cool places to visit in Hobart and on Tasman peninsula.
Both destinations are small in size… but full of nice things to do! Combine city sightseeing in historical Hobart and drinks at night on the harbor, with exploring the wilderness of the Tasman peninsula. The peninsula is also home to the famous World Heritage-listed site Port Arthur – the best conserved convicts settlement worldwide.
Why get a hand-made Tasmania self-drive itinerary?
To plan your trip easily! No need to browse the Web here and there. The Tasmania self-drive itinerary gives you the list of best places to go, on a realistic 7 days trip. The travel itinerary is based on my own road trips in Tasmania. You’ll find the essential to know about which place, indicative driving distances between each stop.
What tips will you find in Hobart + Tasman peninsula’s travel itinerary?
I also give you access to the private map I used for my travels. You can open it in Google maps, save it or share it with your travel mate(s). Also, you’ll find in the travel itinerary more useful info. Which visa to get as a traveler to go to Australia? How to rent a car in Tasmania? All tips are based on my own travel experiences. I like exploring non-touristy places, being in Nature, and traveling at my own pace. The shared itinerary is the one I followed myself, from Hobart to the East coast, via the Tasman peninsula. This itinerary is thought to help you. Save time by preparing for your trip. And get guidance on exploring Tasmania’s beautiful island!