With the Bass Highway running straight along the coastline, visiting the numerous places and attractions within the Tasmania North Coast is really easy. With its winding rivers, stunning coastal scenery, forests and pretty towns, the north coast of Tasmania has much to offer its tourists and visitors all year round, no matter if you are here for a summer vacation or winter break in the mountains. Base yourself within Launceston which lies along the Tamar River where you can enjoy dining shopping, entertainment and cruises along the river or set out for further afield and take in the sights such as fringing hinterland, interesting villages and mountain ranges.
The Tasmania North Coast holds many places to take in while you are holidaying here, from the rivers and streams, lakes and mountains, you are certainly going to need more than just a couple of days to experience it all for yourself. See the quaint fishing village of Bridgeport, visit Cataract Gorge or perhaps stop in at one of the many cellar doors located within the wineries that dot themselves through the Tamar Valley where you can sample some award winning wines as well as stop of a bite to eat in the vineyard restaurant and even take a behind the scenes tour of the winery.
Taste test your way around the Tasmania North Coast, plan a adventure holiday jam packed with mountain biking, rock climbing, abseiling, horse riding and four wheel driving or even arrange a fishing trip where fly and estuary fishing can be enjoyed as well as fishing upon the famous Bass Straight which runs parallel to the Tasmania North Coast. Take a drive to The Nut at Stanley which is an ancient volcanic rock formation where you can ride the cable car to the top of the summit to take in the astounding views out over Bass Straight and the surrounding areas. From Devonport to Burnie and all of the many other towns and villages that you can stop in at and enjoy on your travels, you can base yourself in numerous locations throughout the region to enjoy the many attractions and activities that the North Coast boasts.
Book into any kind of Tasmanian north coast accommodation from budget through to luxury all depending on how much you wish to spend! From budget hotel rooms, luxury bed and breakfasts, motor inns, cottages that are tucked away for complete privacy, holiday homes, caravan parks and camping grounds can all be arranged for your ideal holiday accommodation. Where ever you decide to book into, you will be close to so many things to see and do, that you will wonder where to start first. Soak up the natural beauty, see cascading waterfalls, swim in rock pools, hike along winding trails through pristine forests and National Parks, enjoy the abundance of wildlife and visit places like Arthur River, see the Aboriginal rock art sites around Green Point, stop off at Detention falls and spend some sunny days at any of the pristine beaches the ribbon the coastline. From fishing to surfing, wind surfing, cruises, charters and more, the Tasmania North Coast not only offers every possibly land activity but you can also spend some quality time exploring the coastline and what lies beneath as well. The Tasmania North Coast holds a huge list of attractions and plenty of things to do, so make enquiries today about what you will have to look forward to when you come here for your next holiday!