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Book cheap flights to Tasmania with Skiddoo for the ultimate outdoor adventure! Choose from our great selection of flights and explore the best of Australia’s natural wonders.

What to do in Tasmania

Tasmania is blessed with stunning landscapes, national parks, and even a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can even enjoy nature’s beauty while tasting Tassie’s unique flavour and art scene.


Fly to Hobart and tuck in to the best seafood in Salamanca Place and Sullivans Cove. Stop by the Museum of Old and New Art. Greet the animals at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. Climb Mount Wellington for breathtaking views. Don’t forget to catch the Southern Lights here too!

Southwest Wilderness

Trek a UNESCO World Heritage Site and fall in love with the incredible Southwest National Park in the heart of Tasmania. Go sea kayaking to explore the waterways around the South West Wilderness and Bathurst Harbour.

Central Highlands

Take your camera to the dramatic landscapes of Central Highlands, and live the dream of every photographer at the Peak Range Lookout. Take in the beauty of rainforests, cliffs, and vegetation at Carnarvon Gorge. Visit the renowned Gemsfield. Then take the scenic drive at Injune and Rolleston. 

Huon Valley

Enjoy a cruise in Huon Valley for a closer look of the region’s coastline, albatross, and dolphins. Walk along treetops at Tahune AirWalk. Don’t forget to go shopping in Devil’s Den too.

Derwent Valley

Take a trip to Derwent Valley for Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls. Visit the riverside villages of Hamilton, New Norfolk, Salmon Ponds, and Lake Dobson.

Devonport and Cradle Valley

Fly to Devonport and browse through 20th century artworks at the Devonport Regional Gallery. Feast your eyes on nature at the Tasmanian Arboretum. Head to Bluffport Coastal Reserve for Devonport Lighthouse and the Bass Strait.

Marvel at the rugged ridges of Cradle Mountain. Conquer the heights of Mount Ossa. Then have a go at an overnight walk at the Overland Track.

West Coast and Wilderness

Experience fishing, boating, white water rafting, and more at Franklin and Gordon Rivers. See the state’s tallest waterfall at Montezuma Falls. Be dazzled by minerals at the West Coast Heritage Centre.

Tamar Valley

Go on a tasting tour on the Tamar Valley Wine Route. Drive to Narawntapu National Park for panoramic views of Badger Head and Bass Strait. Relive history and feel like royalty when you visit the Tudor and Elizabethan Houses, Buckland Abbey, and Cotehele House.

When to visit Tasmania

Tasmania is a year-round destination. But if you want fewer tourists, cooler temperatures, and cheaper prices, the best time to visit Tasmania is during autumn (March-May).

Travelling to and around Tasmania

Several airports are in the Tasmania region, so flying here is easy. You can travel around Tasmania by plane, bus, train, taxi, riding a bicycle, and by driving your own car.

There’s no time to waste! Pack your bags for your own Tassie adventure and go book your Tasmania flights with Skiddoo today.

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