A little closer to home yet still across the ocean, this week I have Wanderlust Tasmania. Now it seems strange that in all of my travels across the world I have yet to see Tasmania. There is actually quite a bit of Australia that I haven’t seen yet.
Though after seeing this overlay map pop up on Facebook this week it is not surprising. Australia is huge and it seems that every square kilometre of it has something special to offer.
Whenever I think of travelling in Tasmania I picture us doing it in a motor home for some reason (Image source: ) I think it would be a great way to see this part of Australia. I quite like the look of the 2-3 week self drive coast to coast tour on the Discover Tasmania site.
Wanderlust Tasmania Love to See List:
Bay of Fires
Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park
Hobart & go sailing
The Overland Track
Table Cape Tulip Fields
And of course Tasmania is known as a foodie paradise with so much fresh produce readily available. I love the tradition in Tasmania of eating local, sticking with small scale production, organic, and sustainable food – being a ‘locavore’ would be easy in Tasmania. I picture the Gourmet Farmer (Matthew Evans) whenever I think of the food in Tasmania. Anyone else love that show?
Then of course, last but certainly not least I would have to go to the Cadbury factory, because, well, chocolate. And this might happen.
Have you been to Tasmania?
What must I see?
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