The summer in Tasmania is undoubtedly beautiful, but the winter there will bring you something different---With less people, it is like a true heaven on earth. I spend 10 days there to have a full experience of the whole island, here are a few places that I would recommend you to go while your stay in Tasmania.
Here is some video clips from this trip, feel free to have a look
1. Russele Falls
2. Donaghy’s Hill
3. Montezuma Falls
5. Cradle Mountain
6. St Columba falls
7. Bay of Fires
The bay was given its name in 1773 by Captain Tobias Furneaux in Adventure, who saw the fires of Aboriginal people on the beaches. The bay area has one of the whitest beach in Tasmania, and also full of orange-hued granite. It is definitely a place that you can spend several days to go camping, fishing or surfing.
8. Wineglass bay
9. East coast NatureWorld
Highly suggest that you drop by at some zoos in Tasmania. Not only you can see the infamous Tasmania devil closely, but also to make some contribution to protect the endangered animals. However, here is a good tip of how to protect them: Drive carefully, especially around dusk or dawn. There are estimated 293,000 roadkills per year, and 80% of them happened when a vehicles travel over 80 km/hour. I have never seen so many roadkills in my life when I was in Tasmania. I do hope people could drive more cautiously and take consideration of the poor animals in the wild.
10. Brunny Island
11. Port Arthur
Although Tasmania is magnificent all year round, but I highly recommend winter sessions if you are:
1. Don't like being swamped by tourists.
2. Like chasing waterfalls.
3. Like to create some moody photos.
4. Afraid of spiders :P
Then winter in Tasmania is suitable for you 100%