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Holidays to Tasmania with If Only

An island and the country’s smallest state, Tasmania has a colourful history relating to Australia’s 18th and 19th Century settlement - the architecture and attractions in Hobart and Launceston bring this story to life. Tasmania’s natural landscapes mix beautiful beaches, natural harbours and lush agricultural land with a wilderness of rugged mountains, rivers and waterfalls.

 

We currently feature 9 luxury hotels and villas in Tasmania

 
Freycinet Lodge

Freycinet Lodge

Coles Bay, Tasmania, Australia

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The perfect lodge getaway.

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Saffire Freycinet

Saffire Freycinet

Coles Bay, Tasmania, Australia

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Distinct in its design, Saffire Freycinet is dedicated to providing memorable service and unforgettable experiences.

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Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart

Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

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The perfect hotel for leisure travellers in a luxury hotel.

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The Henry Jones Art Hotel

The Henry Jones Art Hotel

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

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Discover a story around every corner at the opulent Henry Jones Art Hotel, Australia’s first dedicated art hotel.

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Mantra Charles Hotel

Mantra Charles Hotel

Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

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The art deco architecture and curved windows add to the charm of Mantra Charles Hotel, an iconic building in Tasmania's "Northern Capital".

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Peppers Silo Hotel

Peppers Silo Hotel

Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

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A landmark hotel in Launceston, Peppers Silo is a former 1960’s heritage building converted into a nine-story hotel on the banks of the Tamar River Basin in Tasmania.

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The Sebel Launceston

The Sebel Launceston

Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

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With a prime city centre location, The Sebel Launceston offers a collection of 52 stylish penthouses, suites and apartments.

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Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village

Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village

St. Clair National Park, Tasmania, Australia

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Be part of a unique wilderness experience at Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village.

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Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge

Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge

St. Clair National Park, Tasmania, Australia

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Indulgent spa treatments, breathtaking scenery and magnificent wilderness surroundings are waiting to be enjoyed at Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge.

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Highlights

Small towns and cities, with an old world charm that belies their penal colony origins, sit in some of Australia’s most beautiful landscapes.

Discover local wildlife

Bruny Island, to the south of Hobart, is one of Australia’s best preserved natural environments, rich in wildlife and with stunning cliff top look outs. The highlight is South Bruny National Park, with towering cliffs and dramatic maritime rock formations, is bordered by pristine beaches and sweeping coastal heathland.

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Explore Launceston

Explore Launceston

Tasmania’s second city, Launceston, is well known for the fine food and wines produced in the nearby Tamar Valley. It has picturesque Georgian and Victorian architecture and is notable for its gardens and woodcraft. In the heart of city, Cataract Gorge is major draw with fern glades, peacocks, a chair lift and walking trails.

Sample local delicacies

A gastronomic delight - awash with farmers markets, local eateries, welcoming pubs, bars and restaurants. Honesty boxes and roadside stalls are common place. The state also produces some of Australia's best cool climate wines including pinot noir and champagne-style sparklers. This pristine environment is ideal for cider, whisky and gin production with boutique breweries and distilleries eager for share their produce with visitors. What could be more pleasurable than to experience Tasmania’s abundant natural beauty through the enjoyment of its natural produce.

Sample local delicacies

Climate

Average sun hours per day
Average monthly rainfall (mm)
Average daily temp (c)
  January
7
40
18
  February
7
30
18
  March
6
50
16
  April
6
30
14
  May
7
30
11
  June
8
40
9
  July
9
40
8
  August
10
50
10
  September
10
40
10
  October
9
40
9
  November
7
40
7
  December
7
50
7