The natural wonders of Tasmania make it a 'must-do' addition to your bucket list travel plans. Experience World Heritage wilderness, great food and wine, compact cities and clean air on a visit to Tasmania. From the local produce and culture of Hobart, to the beauty of Cradle mountain, Tasmania is truly a travellers paradise.
A Hobart house swap in January is the ideal way to enjoy the yearly music and arts festival Mona Foma. Or find a house in Launceston and explore the stunning and remote north east. The wilds of the Franklin-Gordon rivers in the west are also a must, both for their amazing beauty as well as their historical environmental significance.
House swapping in Tasmania means you can spend more on discovering fine local food at the many restaurants specialising in quality farm to plate cuisine. It also means you can fill your fridge with local award winning blue's, brie's, cheddar's and camembert's to bring a tasty slice of Tassie home with you.
So pack your bags and escape the mainland to discover all the riches Tassie has on offer.
Our Tasmanian community of happy house swappers is continually growing. A house swap holiday in Tassie means that you can set up a great home base to kick off your road trip around the island. Check out Tasmania house swap locations on the links below to start planning your Tasmanian getaway.
From cutting edge cultural festivals and world-class sporting events to country fairs and farmers markets, there's always something on in Tasmania.
One of the best ways to experience Tasmania's natural beauty is with your own two feet. With over 880 separate walks in national parks, reserves and conservation areas - most are within easy reach of the city centres.
Feast on 'home grown' foods, pick up freshly harvested vegetables at a village market, or savour the sweet crunch of apples from a roadside stall. Here's our pick of the best places to find local produce.
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