No matter which part of the world you have travelled from, you are bound to get a warm, hearty welcome here. What Tasmania puts on the table is sufficient enough to content outdoors, foodies and people with aesthetic sense.
Widen your Horizons at MONA
Standing on a gorgeous seaside location, just a ferry ride away from Hobart’s harbor, The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is bound to trigger your imagination. It is described as ‘subversive adult Disneyland’ three stories of underground galleries exhibit more than 400 often inflammatory and much disputed works of art. Visitors may not get fancied by everything which they see, but a hot debate can be anticipated after witnessing Australia’s strange art pieces.
Push Your Limits with the Overland Track
Australia’s most popular trek is undertaken as a six-day and 5-nights, herculean 65km hike between the Cradle Valley and Lake St Clair. The beautiful vistas along the trek are tantalizing and include some of the highest peaks of Tasmania. You will peer through the Eucalyptus Mountains brimming with wildlife, and pass through the series of alpines and valleys swarmed with sedges. The Overland track is at its best during the summers when the encompassing territories are shrouded with wildflowers and you can sense their fragrance from miles away.
Enjoy the Unblemished Bruny Island
Bruny Island is nearly two islands joined by narrow strip of sand with sea on the either side, which is called as Neck. Fairy penguins and Albino Wallabies thrive in this low populated and unmarred retreat. It southern part is wet almost throughout the year because of Ocean rains and its northern part is surprisingly dry. You need to spend some days here to admire isolated coastal settlements, surf beaches and hiking treks in the South Bruny National Park.
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