The Outdorian Magazine - Page 43



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If you find yourself torn between mountains,
rainforests, rivers and beaches, a trip to Tasmania
could be just what your wanderlust ordered. With
an incredible combination of bucket-list attractions,
uncharted territory and towns steeped in convict
history, to cross the strait and explore Tasmania is to
experience the real Down Under.
Gordon River
Strahan Beach Tourist Park
Seeing glassy reflections of mist-shrouded mountains
as you cruise deep into Tasmania’s heritage-listed
west coast wilderness is a highlight of any visit to
historic Strahan. Forged by glaciers and dominated
by cool temperate rainforest, the rugged Wild Rivers
landscape is also home to convict relics and important
Aboriginal sites.
Choose from one of 32 cabins or set up your tent or
caravan within the grassy pet-friendly campground
located right on Strahan Beach. With no end to the
natural attractions, wildlife tours and historical convict
sites to explore, this is one place where you’ll want to
book an extra day or two.
Seven Mile Beach
Seven Mile Beach Caravan and Cabin Park
Making a mighty arc into Tiger Head Bay, Seven Mile
Beach is right next to the airport and is the closest
surf beach to Hobart. A strip of coastal woodland runs
parallel to the sand and if you don’t fancy going for a
swim this close to Antarctica, you can saddle up and
explore Tasmania’s favourite beach by horseback.
Located next to the most famous beaches in Tasmania,
Seven Mile Beach Caravan and Cabin Park is a holiday
in its own right. From the park you can easily access
the many wonderful sights of Hobart, such as Port
Arthur, historic Richmond, Mona art gallery and Zoo
Doo wildlife park. You can even get a shuttle direct to
Salamanca markets.
www.strahantouristpark.com.au | (03) 6471 7468
www.tiny.cc/sevenmilebeach | (03) 6248 6469
Maria Island
Triabunna Cabin & Caravan Park
No cars, few facilities and an abundance of forests,
peaks and white sand beaches make Maria Island
an idyllic sanctuary for campers and wildlife alike.
Whether you’re hiking, cycling or exploring the old
convict ruins, expect to share this island paradise with
womats, Tassie devils, and almost all of the state’s 12
endemic bird species.
The historic port town of Triabunna is the gateway to
Maria Island and the jewels of Tasmania’s east coast.
At the caravan park here you’ll find cabins, cottages,
caravan sites and a campground spread throughout
lush lawns and gardens. When you’re not venturing
further afield, make like a local with some jetty fishing
and a pub feed.
www.mariagateway.com | (03) 6257 3575
For more information visit www.goseeaustralia.com.au/promo/tasmania

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