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10 Must See Places In Tasmania!

Written by: Iris

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Have you had the sweetest time of your life - literally? Then if not, hop on to the enthralling charisma of Tasmania and get ready for your wanderlust and your cravings for blissful treats to be satiated.

Tasmania is beyond beautiful...

Australia's pride in terms of heritage sites, Tasmania boasts its numerous tourist attractions that leave holidaymakers begging for more. From having a succulent experience in the world-famous chocolate factory situated in Port Arthur, to the historical sites, antiquarian-inspired yet charming village houses, and impressive wildlife, this place is indeed a league of its own.

 

Tasmania's Sweetest 10

 

1. Cadbury Factory

"Yum!" is an understatement. Visiting Australia's largest confectionery manufacturing plant, you will see how the name that millions love is being created- from harvesting and processing cocoa beans, to the actual process of chocolate making.

Have a look at our Historical Isle trip for an unforgettable and rich in chocolate experience!

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2. Federation Chocolate

This family-owned Tasmanian business produces fine, handmade chocolates in this factory slash museum. The 100-year old church shouldn't be missed! Another thing to look forward to is that this chocolate plant doesn’t have that “industrial” look, but provides a very homey and inviting feel. Wheelchair-friendly and very relaxing.

 

3. Penitentiary

Once a flour mill and granary, the Penitentiary housed over 480 convicts and is now an iconic Australian attraction. The architecture and structure of the building is absolutely cam-worthy!

 

4. Dockyards

A picturesque place where the convicts crafted ships and boats, the Dockyard was the busiest area in the colony, more than a hundred years ago.

 

5. Richmond Bridge

Go on Instagramming your photo at Australia's oldest, panoramic and most photographed bridge- the Richmond Bridge! Constructed in 1823, the historic bridge still stands with immense beauty.

 

6. Richmond Gaol

Australia's oldest intact prison, a tour around the Richmond Gaol will give you insights on how a convict’s daily life was in the 1800s. Exciting!

 

7. Old Hobart Town

Get ready to be astonished by the interactive exhibition and see the replica of Hobart in yesteryears- 1820 to be exact! Young and old will undeniably get awestruck by the artistry and detailed qualities of the model town.

 

8. Salamanca Market

 Holding the title of Tassie's most visited place, this shopping mecca will, without a doubt, give you the retail therapy you need.

 

9. Dover

Step back in time and explore the quaint, vintage houses on this fishing village, which is situated at the head of Esperance Bay. Having a view of the Faith, Hope and Charity islands will truly take your breath away!

 

10. Zoodoo

Wander around Tasmania's largest wildlife park- Zoodoo! The enormous, 80-acre park will give you a jam-packed nature and wildlife trip. The white African lions and the Bengal tigers are definitely a must-see!

 

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