The revitalising East Coast Tasmania is packed full of adventures set alongside crystalline waters and pristine, white beaches. Taking you far away from the urban sprawl of city life, this rugged and beautiful coastline is studded with isolated bays, sandy shores, and impressive granite headlands. Set further inland, there are tall gallery forests, national parks, and traditional farmland to explore.

This section of the island is a firm favourite with local Tasmanians, partly because of the consistently good weather, and partly because of the array of activities – from biking and hiking, to kayaking, surfing, diving, and fishing on the impossibly clear waters.

The Freycinet National Park proves a popular hotspot, where wildflowers bloom in a rainbow of colour, scrubland wears out onto sugar-white beaches, and promising views from the Peninsula expose the magic of Tasmania. Don’t forget to swing by and see the goblet of Wineglass Bay, where you can hike up to the top for a photo opportunity, or head for a dip in the deliciously cool sea.