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TASMANIA TRAVEL GUIDE

THE BEST TIMES TO VISIT TASMANIA

November to March is the most common time for travellers to visit Tasmania and soak up the sun but all year round there's lots to do from spectacular walks to soaking up the culture in Hobart.

Christmas and New Year is a fantastic time to visit with three of Tassie's biggest events .

The Sydney to Hobart boat race starts on Boxing day, celebrate the first racers coming in from the city shoreline.

Enjoy sampling the finest food and wine at Taste Festival from the 28th December through the New Year.

Bring in the New Year dancing the night away under the stars at the epic Falls Festival

Winter solstice brings Dark Mofo to Tasmania, enjoy mulled ciders and wines, great food and festivities and if you're brave enough, take the plunge into the River Derwent at sunrise for the annual nude solstice swim!

Top things to do in tasmania
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