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Things to do in Tassie (before you die)

Tassie may be small but has lots to offer.

You can go back again and again and still find lots to do. The good thing about it is you can drive around the entire state with ease and stop to enjoy a diversity of activities and landscapes along the way. 

There are cosy inns and pubs, quaint historic villages and lovely cafes. The main historic landmarks, such as Port Arthur, are a delight to visit. Hobart and Launceston are compact cities with lots of cool cafes, restaurants, shops and galleries. 

The folk in Tassie are extremely friendly and welcoming too. 

Believe me, you'll fill up a week or two or three easily. I've been three times and I'm still finding plenty to put on my bucket list. Here are 20 things for your bucket list. Enjoy!



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