Best holiday rental deals in Tasmania
5,297 amazing properties from 24 providers can be booked in Tasmania with prices beginning at £15 per night. By directly analysing these properties, HomeToGo highlights the best deals as well as the most popular lettings in Tasmania.
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The weather in Tasmania
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. On average, the warmest month is January. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in August. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is February.
Discover Australia's intriguing island of Tasmania with a holiday home
Holiday homes on the unique island of Tasmania promise some of Australia's most exotic experiences. From spying a Tasmanian Devil after dark to raucous evenings in the Gothic port's pubs and from wandering past waterfalls to rafting with penguins in the Southern Ocean, Tasmania is unforgettable.
The flavours that define Tasmania are primarily alcohol based. It began with apples. Cider production is central to Tasmanian culture, while seafood, craft beer, whiskey and gin augment the island's offerings.
Farm to table food is served forth at many a local restaurant and gastropub, though the cellars of this fascinating city are where you will find the most atmosphere. Try the art deco pub Winston and the Salty Dog Hotel, which serves spectacular Spring Bay mussels.
Battery Point's marina pubs conjure the island's intriguing history. You can see more of the infamous island's past at Port Arthur, with its Gothic assemblage of buildings. The maritime air of this district is still palpable from the atmospheric Kelley's Steps to St George's Anglican Chuch.
Don't miss Salamanca Place, whose 1830s colonial sandstone architecture is thronged with restaurants, cafes and bars. Saturday morning markets are a top choice for those in search of local flavour.
The Tasmanian Devil is perhaps the island's best known cultural icon. You can spot them after dark in St Clair National Park, along with dolphins and penguins.
When it comes to festivals, Tasmania's offering centres on the culinary. Wine, beer and food festivals include the spectacular Taste of Tasmania at New Year. A vibrant party scene finds expression in the Dark MOFO music festival in winter.
Culture vultures can land at MONA FOMA and Ten Days on the Island festivals, while historic Australia is brough back to life at the charming Australian Wooden Boat Festival. Tasmania's packed calendar has an event for everyone.
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