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Vakantie in TasmaniŽ - Reisinformatie TasmaniŽ.
TasmaniŽ in AustraliŽ.
Regio's in TasmaniŽ : Noordoost TasmaniŽ, Noordwest TasmaniŽ, Zuid-TasmaniŽ
Hoofdstad van TasmaniŽ : Hobart
autoverhuur, hotels, hostels, reisbureaus, reisgidsen, reizen naar tasmaniŽ
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Hotels in TasmaniŽ / Motels
Booking - Hotels in AustraliŽ
Budget Motel Chain
Flag Choice Motels
Hostels / Jeugdherbergen / Guesthouses
Bed & Breakfast
Nomad - backpack hotels
The Youth Hostel Source
Youth Hostel Association - jeugdherbergcentrale in AustraliŽ
Nationale Parken / Natuurparken
Freycinet National Park
Mount William National Park
Reisbureaus / Touroperator
SNP Actieve reizen
Welkom in de avontuurlijke wereld van SNP, de grootste Nederlandse touroperator gespecialiseerd in actieve reizen naar meer dan 270 reisbestemmingen 'all over the world'.
FOX Vakanties AustraliŽ - Groepsrondreizen AustraliŽ
- regel je eigen onderdak en vervoer
Highland Trails - located at Staverton, North West Coast of Tasmania
Special packages and itineraries for overseas visitors. Willing horses, bred for the area will be matched to
your riding style and abilities. The area surrounding Staverton is ideal for horse riding. There are bush tracks, quiet roads, horse trails and uncharted private property and crown lands.
Travellers Autobarn Australia
Backpackers selfdrive companyCamperverhuur, autoverhuur
With Under Down Under, travellers have witnessed the Southern Aurora, viewed dozens of platypus,
cuddled orphaned baby wombats, come face to face with the devil (Tasmanian that is), swam with dolphins,
been inspired by eagles, had snowball fights, lost their minds, found their souls, experienced supernatural
phenomena, hugged trees, drank from rivers, drank beer with pigs and got sand in places they didn't even know existed.
Reisgidsen TasmaniŽ / AustraliŽ
Reisgids TasmaniŽ [ Tasmania ] - Lonely Planet
Colourful Salamanca Market, poignant Port Arthur, the exhilarating wilderness of Cradle Mountain, bountiful
fresh produce and pampering aplenty Tasmania, the island state, offers an entirely different Australian experience.
372 Blz.; 2008; ISBN 9781741046915.
Vervoer / Hoe kom ik in TasmaniŽ
Luchthaven van Hobart
Luchthaven van Devonport
Luchthaven van Burnie
Luchthaven King Island. - zie King Island Council
[ ebookers ]
KLM - zie ook de studentenkortingen
Vliegtickets / goedkoop vliegen - meerdere aanbieders
Bass Strait is de zeeweg naar TasmaniŽ. In het gebied opereren drie supersnelle veerboten, de Spirit of
Tasmania I, II en III. These vessels offer an overnight service in both directions between Melbourne and Devonport seven days a week.
Spirit of Tasmania
Bruny Island Ferry
The car ferry to Bruny Island departs many times a day from the wharf near the Bruny D'Entrecasteaux Visitor Information Centre in Ferry Road, Kettering.
Maria Island Ferry
The passenger ferry to Maria Island runs at least once a day Monday to Friday and twice a day at weekends.
Redline Coaches - Tasmania's Own - Timetable
Weerbureau AustraliŽ - het weer in TasmaniŽ
Links / Verwijzingen
Adem die lucht in of vergeet de natuur en doe je tegoed aan de wijn van een succesvolle wijngaard; gooi een
lijntje uit en wacht tot de vissen toehappen; wandel op je gemak door landerige laantjes en snuffel rond in
antiekwinkeltjes. Of jaag het tempo op en ga raften, bush-wandelen, pak de kano, ga kayaken, paardrijden,
klimmen in de bergen, game fishing of maak een tocht met een PC-Hooft-tractor, maar dan in gebieden waar ie echt voor gemaakt is.
Travel eastwards to an area of perfect beaches and turquoise sea to marvel at Wineglass Bay and the Bay
of Fires. And visit Cradle Mountain , which rises dramatically above pristine Dove Lake. Take the challenge of
the five-day Overland Track, or do it the easy way with a scenic flight into the south-west World Heritage Area, the Tasmanian Wilderness, to see a landscape untouched by time.
TasmaniŽ - portaalsite van de overheid - Discover Tasmania [ Toeristenbureau ]
Hobart - Hobart City
The City of Hobart nestles between majestic Mt Wellington and the Derwent Estuary on one of the world's
great deepwater ports around Sullivans Cove, and destination for one of the world's toughest blue water classics, the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
The Hobart waterfront is an exciting environment, a working port, top class accommodation and restaurants,
world famous Salamanca Place with its Georgian architecture, and the southernmost port of call for many overseas cruise liners.
Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit Hobart annually; many take day tours to such sought after areas as
Wine Glass Bay at Freycinet on Tasmania's East Coast, Port Arthur and the world's best wild brown trout fishery in the Central Highlands.
A rich maritime history, Hobart is also the Gateway to Antarctica and homeport for Australia's only icebreaker, Aurora Australis.
Zuid TasmaniŽ - Tasmania's South - Tasmania's South heritage and wilderness
Convict Trail, Freycinet Corst, Heritage Highway, Hobart, Huon Trail, Rivers Run
Burnie - Burnie City Council
With sand and surf almost lapping at the door, Burnie's central business and shopping district provides a
thoroughfare to the beachside boardwalk and to a 17-kilometre walking trail that skirts the city. In about the
time it takes to enjoy a cappuccino you can be working it off along the beautiful pathways of Burnie Park through native rainforest to a dramatic waterfall.
Or (if you're lucky) you can catch a glimpse of platypus just a few minutes drive east of the city at Fernglade,
a tranquil retreat for picnicking or simply meandering along the banks of the Emu River.
Colesbay - On the north edge of the Freycinet National Park
A sheltered inlet with fishing boats moored in the deep blue water, all set against the striking backdrop of The
Hazards, three pink granite peaks - Amos, Dove and Mayson - rising straight from the sea.
Derwent Valley and Central Highlands - zie Tasmania South [ Rivers Run ]
Devonport - City Council
Devonport, Cradle Mountain & Great Western Tiers
This is a creative region - Deloraine holds the southern hemisphere's largest working craft fair. In Westbury,
Deloraine and Latrobe there are well-preserved reminders of earlier days. In the antique shops you can
search out treasures - the glow of cedar, the patterning of birds-eye Huon pine or the shine of silver.
Latrobe's Axeman's Hall of Fame and Timberworks, celebrates the timber industry heritage, while on the land,
farms harvest the bounty of rich soils. This is a land of milk and honey .and of sweet berries and fresh vegetables, grass-fed beef and superb farm cheeses.
Flinders Island - Flinders Island Online
Flinders Island is the main island of the Furneaux Islands, a group of 52 islands that stretch across Bass Strait
between Tasmania and Australia. These remarkable "mountains in the sea" offer you the holiday experience
of a lifetime. Here you can get away from it all in an inspiring world of sparkling beaches, rugged ranges,
abundant wildlife and flora, and clear sapphire waters. With a pleasant climate throughout the year and
activities from boating to climbing to exploring our historic sites, Flinders Island has much to offer.
Freycinet & the east coast
Place names tell the story of the region's heritage. Dutch navigator Abel Tasman mapped Schouten and Maria;
Frenchman Nicolas Baudin charted Freycinet; nostalgic Welsh settlers named the town of Swansea; Triabunna and Wielangta remember thousands of years of Aboriginal presence. Islands float on the horizon -
across Mercury Passage, Maria beckons - it 's an island rich in history, with beaches, cliffs and mountains to explore.
Georgetown - City of Georgetown - oudste stad van AustraliŽ
Situated at the mouth of the Tamar River and bordering Bass Strait, George Town offers residents and
visitors the opportunity to combine the best of gourmet food , the best living examples of European settlement,
the best scenery, culture and unique Australian wildlife all within 50 minutes drive of a major airport.
South of Hobart is picturesque channel, orchard and island country. The D'Entrecasteaux Channel region and
the Huon Valley form Tasmania's premier fruit-growing district, which once exported millions of apples to
England; since the UK joined the European Community, however, two-thirds of the apple orchards have been
abandoned. The region is also heavily forested, and around Geeveston magnificent forests are still logged.
Hartz Mountains National Park and the Picton River are easily accessible to the west of Geeveston.
As you head down the coast, caves, thermal springs and an operational railway are all accessible en route to
Cocle Creek, the southernmost point you can drive to in Australia, with foot access along a track into the
South West National Park. Offshore, across the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, Bruny Island – Truganini's
birthplace – has deserted beaches and coastal bushwalks. To the north, you can head inland to New Norfolk
and on to Mount Field National Park, while to the east lies historic Richmond, and, on the Tasman Peninsula, the old penal settlement at Port Arthur.
Huon, Channel, Bruny Island
The Huon Trail begins south of Hobart, then leads you through the Huon Valley, D'Entrecasteaux Channel and Bruny Island
King island - King Island Council - Toerisme - King Island Tourism
At the Western Entrance to Bass Strait lies a idyllic place known as King Island. An island both rich in history,
with shipwrecks, lighthouses and jagged reefs, bountiful with long stretching sandy white beaches and lush green pasture.
Lounceston - Launceston City Council - Port of Lounceston
Launceston is a city of elegant architecture and award-winning restaurants, while the lush Tamar Valley [ Valley of the Senses ] is Tasmania's premier wine-growing region.
The Tamar has a rich heritage - the historic buildings of Beaconsfield recall the boom days of gold mining,
while just beyond George Town, at Low Head, Australia's oldest continuously operating pilot station still
guides ships into the river. Today, perhaps the Tamar Valley's brightest gold is a swirl of delicious chardonnay, while some of tomorrow's rich heritage rests in cellars, as precious bottles of pinot and
cabernet age gracefully.
St Helens - largest town east coast of Tasmania, centred around the fishing industry.
Good beaches are located near to St. Helens, and there are several surf beaches along the coast. East of the
town on the southern short of Georges Bay is the St. Helens Point State Reserve, where short walks are
rewarded by spectacular coastal scenery. The Bay of Fires Coastal Reserve to the north of the town has
similar natural beauty. North of St. Helens is Mount William National Park, featuring a 'Forester Kangaroo drive'
St Helens & the north east
Stanley & the north west
Strahan & the west coast
Travel to Strahan in the far west of Tasmania where trees that were saplings hundreds of years ago still grow strong and tall.
Tasman Peninsula & the south east - where past and present mingle
Here and beyond are protected anchorages and a spectacular coastline of towering sea cliffs, turquoise
ocean and white sand. These images, captured in coverage of past Sydney to Hobart races, have been the inspiration for countless Tasmanian cruises.
Along the Peninsula, you can discover fine heritage buildings and admire the bold swirls of glaze on
contemporary pottery. You'll sample the region's superb cool-climate wines, and savour some of the local
specialties - octopus, oysters, quail and venison. You may also encounter some of the local inhabitants -
playful dolphins; our unique Tasmanian devil; or a majestic sea eagle, soaring from cliffs in the Tasman National Park.
Bruny Island - Bruny Island Charters
Bruny Island is an island of surprises - gentle countryside and wild coastlines, quiet beaches and roaring surf, lighthouses, farmhouses, and a rich heritage of sealers, whalers and explorers.
CSIRO Marine Centre - Remote Sensing Project
Water temperature, bush fires etc.
Cuisine - Australische keuken
Australian Recipes - Australische recepten
See: Witjuti Grub & Bunya Nut Soup, Pop Moths, Kurrajong Muffins, Kangeroo Tail Soup, Aussie Burger, Aussie Lamb, Illawarra Plum Spare Ribs, and more
Geschiedenis van TasmaniŽ
Geschiedenis van TamaniŽ - Wikipedia
The first reported sighting of Tasmania by a European was on November 24th 1642 by the Dutch explorer
Abel Tasman who named the island Anthoonij van Diemenslandt, after his sponsor, the Govenor of the Dutch
East Indies. The name was later shortened to Van Diemens Land by the British. Captain James Cook also
sighted the island in 1777, and numerous other European seafarers made landfalls, adding a colourful array to the names of topographical features.