North Tasmania - the lost paradise
The northern region of Tasmania offers many of the most iconic tourism destinations in the island state, such as Cradle Mountain, Wine Glass Bay, Liffey Falls, Bay of Fires, Tamar Valley Wine Route, Hollybank Treetop Adventure, Beaconsfield Mining Museum, Sea Horse World, House of Playtapus, The Nut, Woolnorth Wind Farm, etc.
North Tasmania is connected to Melbourne by air and by ferry, making it the busiest gateway of the island state. The Launceston Airport is the fastest growing airport in Tasmania and the Spirit of Tasmania, a passenger and vehicle ferry service between Devonport and Melbourne, is the preferred transport for people travelling with their own cars.
Tas Eco Tours is a tour company specialising in sightseeing tours in North Tasmania and our tour guides are fluent in English, plus Mandarin and/or Cantonese.