As Tasmania's capital, Hobart is a tourist and therefore accommodation hub. There are a fantastic range of affordable, family friendly and luxury accommodation options, each offering and excellent range of onsite facilities and conveniently located within a short distance of the region's most popular attractions.
Another popular major city in the state of Tasmania, Launceston offers a range of stylish accommodation options with all the modern comforts. Despite being surrounded by wildlife, rugged landscapes and Victorian-era architecture, the accommodation options here won't sacrifice on comfort or quality.
Home to one of Tasmania's most iconic landmarks, Cradle Valley offers beautiful wilderness lodges and village accommodation taking in the impressive profile of Cradle Mountain. Boasting luxury and comfort, the accommodation enjoys easy access to attractions such as National Parks and Lake St Clair.
A World Heritage wilderness area, the West Coast of Tasmania offers a convenient and affordable choice of accommodation options ranging from self-catering cabins and family friendly lodges to heritage manors and luxurious waterfront apartments, surrounded by ancient forests and the iconic Huon pines.
Surrounded by rich heritage and picturesque scenery, Tasmania's Port Arthur offers cosy accommodation reminiscent of the lodges and inns of old. With all the comfort of modern hotels, these accommodation options enjoy beautiful waterfront views, are surrounded by bushland and are the perfect place to relax.
Renowned for its stunning coastline and wine, Tasmania's East Coast is also home to an excellent range of accommodation options including resorts, retreats, lodges and inns. Surrounded by bushland and National Parks, these accommodation options also benefit from the region's fantastic fresh local produce.
In Tasmania's North East, accommodation options aren't as plentiful but what the region lacks in numbers it makes up for in quality. With four and five star options to choose from, accommodation is surrounded by glittering coastline, dramatic cliffs, colourful gardens and rich Aboriginal and European history.
Home to the Overland Track, the largest working craft festival in the southern hemisphere and the 'Spirit of Tasmania' Bass Strait passenger ship, Tasmania's North West is also home to an affordable range of hotels, motor inns, retreats and accommodation options surrounded by mountainous bushland.