North East Region Holidays, Tasmania

Rural life meets the wilderness in Tasmania's North East, where hop fields, dairy pastures, croplands and mining areas contrast with rugged mountains, cascading waterfalls, wild natural habitats and soft white sand beaches. In summer, it is enjoyed with nature walks and swimming while in winter, visitors can go skiing or see a different kind of flora and fauna on nature walks.

Things To Do in North East Tasmania

• Ben Lomond offers mountainous alpine heathlands in summer and excellent skiing in winter.
• Located in Nabowla, Bridestowe Estate is the largest oil producing lavender farm in the southern hemisphere.
• Enjoy panoramic views of the Bass Strait and sprawling farmland at Sidelong Lookout, perched over Scottsdale.
• Renowned as the highest single drop waterfall in Tasmania, Ralph Falls near Ringarooma are worth a look.
• The seaside holiday town of Bridport offers fantastic swimming surfing and fishing.
• Moorina is home to the oldest privately owned power station in Australia as well as a historic Chinese Cemetery.
• The Derby Tin Mine Centre offers fun activities including the opportunity to pan for tin.
• There's another old tin mine just off Herrick-Gladstone Road, the old Endurance Tin Mine, which is also home to the stunning Blue Lake.
• Explore the wildlife, flora and expansive secluded beaches of Mt William National Park.
• See the state's big kangaroos in their native habitat with a slow drive around the Mt William Forester Drive.
• A quick walk from Pyengana brings you to beautiful St Columba Falls.
• St Helens is worth a visit for the History Room as well as its amazing sand dunes and the opportunity to charter a fishing boat or yacht and get out on the water.
• Heading north of St Helen's toward Binalong Bay, visit the Gardens Coastal Reserves and Bay of Fires.

North East Tasmania Accommodation