Tasmania Glamping

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Tasmania glamping:
What you need to know

Why Choose Glamping in Tasmania?

Almost 250 kilometers off the south coast of Australia, Tasmania is a paradise waiting to be discovered. The island is generally separated into 7 regions: the North West, West Coast, Hobart and South, East Coast, Launceston and North, Flinders Island, and King Island. 

With numerous national parks, mountains as tall as 5305 ft, and the most beautiful beaches in the world, the state of Tasmania cannot be disputed as one of the best destinations to visit in Australia.

Its dramatic landscapes and encompassing natural beauty make it ideal for a range of vacation itineraries. Keep reading to learn more about all the wonders that await visitors in Tasmania.

Top Things to Do in Tasmania

Tasmania is home to mountains and beaches and offers outdoor lovers a range of activities. From sailing to diving, rock climbing and kayaking, fishing, mountain biking, and so much more, you will find something for all here. 

Over one-third of the state is a national park, reserve, or World Heritage Protected wilderness. If you’re visiting for luxury walking holidays, be sure to check out the world-famous hikes like the Three Capes Track, the Overland Track, or the hike around Wineglass Bay. 

Down at the magnificent Coles Bay, visitors are encouraged to wait until sunset before strapping up and getting in the water to do some kayaking. This provides an excellent opportunity to see the beautiful landscapes at dusk. 

Over at the Franklin River, river rafting has a much higher pace for the thrill-seekers among us. On Bruny Island, you can climb aboard the cruise boat and set sail just off the southeast coast of Tasmania, where you’ll be able to get some brilliant pictures of both small and larger wildlife.

No matter what kind of adventure you’re looking for, Tasmania has something for a range of abilities and ages. This makes it perfect for a wholesome family break. 

When is the Best Time to Visit Tasmania?

Tasmania has four main seasons, great for those seeking a trip full of variety. The winter months display temperatures anywhere between 40°F to 50°F (3ºC to 11ºC). 

If you are more interested in the warmer weather and plenty of sunshine, aim to arrive between December and March. This is an ideal time to visit for those looking to enjoy water sports and other outdoor adventures. 

No matter what time of year you stay in Tasmania, Glamping Hub has you covered with our range of beautiful rentals, perfect for all types of weather.

Is there luxury glamping in Tasmania?

Our great range of glamping rentals provides the most luxurious places to stay for a variety of visitors. Whether you’re seeking authentic bell tents, cosy cabins, tiny houses plus many more, there is something for all. Enjoy some time in the great outdoors, all while relaxing in your luxury accommodation after.

Can you go family glamping in Tasmania?

With so many activities and adventures waiting in Tasmania, it is a great place to visit with the whole family. What’s more, those staying here with the clan can sleep comfortably in our beautiful glamping rentals. With a huge selection to choose from, a trip here with the family makes for an ideal break for all.

Where is the best glamping in Tasmania?

There are so many wonderful places to go glamping in Tasmania, it is hard to narrow it down. However, some great spots to help get you started are Launceston, Coles Bay, Hobart, and many more. These are all worth checking out, we also recommend using our search filter to help narrow down your options and find the perfect place for you.