Here are a few travel tips about things you might like to do in Tasmania.
- The Overland Track. The iconic bushwalk from Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair - bookings essential during the main walking season (November to April). www.overlandtrack.com.au
- Trout Fishing. Trout Guides and Lodges Tasmania Incorporated (TGALT) is the industry body, that was voluntarily formed in 1981, initially called the, Tasmanian Professional Trout Fishing Guides Association. Its primary purpose was to provide anglers with a source of guides that they could be assured, would provide a safe, appropriate and professional service. During 1995 the Association was expanded to specifically include trout fishing lodges as full members. www.troutguidestasmania.com.au
- The Great Tasmanian Bike Ride, - held in early February.
- Bicycle Touring and Mountain Biking, There are some Great places to ride your bicycle in Tasmania.
- Dive the Giant Kelp Forests, Giant Kelp forests can be found around the coasts and provide a unique temperate diving experience.
- Enjoy some good food - There are a wide variety of culinary offerings in Tasmania, from the best chips and gravy at the local milk bar, to world renowned chefs in amazing upper class restaurants.
- Have a drink in Tasmania - Tasmania has superb wine regions including along the Tamar River and Down in the Huon Valley.
In addition, Tasmania has the Cascade and Boags breweries in Hobart and Launceston respectively, which offer tours. A number of boutique beer makers and distillers also exist.
There is also a large spring water industry in Tasmania, which means that some bars and restaurants do not to offer free tap water (they are not legally obliged to do so).
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