‘The magnificent plateau of Table Cape is by far Wynyard’s most remarkable natural wonder.’ Sitting at 180 meters high, this extinct volcanic vent dominates the coastline close to Wynyard in Northern Tasmania. Check on their website when is the best time to visit. http://www.tablecapetulipfarm.com.au/
During late September through to mid October the farm explodes with colour. People come from far and wide to see this spectacle and delight at walking amongst the tulips. We understand that they are the largest tulip fields in the Southern Hemisphere that you can actually wander in.
What to see and do at the farm?
During our spring open days we have hectares of tulips to walk in and enjoy. We also have a impressive indoor display featuring floral arrangements, souvenirs, Devonshire teas, an art gallery, potted tulips, cut flowers and information on growing bulbs.
Cradle Mountain National Park
One of the most popular and picturesque spots in all of Tasmania. Perfect for a day tour, Cradle Mountain is the jewel in crown of north-west Tasmania.
A Cradle Mountain day tour will take show you the glassy waters of Dove Lake, rugged mountain peaks, and a myriad of natural wonders. The area features a large number of walking tracks, lodges for overnight stays, and a visitors’ centre to learn more about the surroundings and its history.
The Tamar Valley wine route features many picturesque towns and natural attraction, providing tourists and locals with a diverse area to explore and appreciate. Tamar Valley wine tours route follows the river, taking in all the art, crafts, museums, pubs, cruises and multitude of vineyards this region is famous for. This is the ideal tour for everyone who loves world-class food and wine, enjoyed against the backdrop of stunning scenery.
See a Tasmanian Devil
A trip to Tasmania would not complete without seeing these cute little devils.
The historic town of Richmond is located just outside of Hobart . Conveniently located just 20 minutes drive from the Hobart CBD and 15 minutes from Hobart airport. Richmond is one of Tasmania’s most popular destinations, steeped in history, family-friendly and a hub for food and wine lovers
Some notable tourist attractions in Richmond are the Richmond Bridge, the Richmond Gaol, Zoodoo Wildlife Park, a model of Old Hobart Town in the 1800s, and numerous old and heritage-listed buildings and parks.