If a picture is worth a thousand words, these experiences give views that could write an encyclopedia. Get the best views in Tasmania through unparalleled experiences.

Helicopter flight over Stanley & the Tarkine coastline

Take an hour-long flight soaring above the rugged wilderness of North West Tasmania. The height of the tall trees, the rugged coastline, the swathe of patchwork pasture… visions of pristine natural beauty will have you awestruck.

 Helicopter view of North West Tasmania

Dinner at Palate restaurant at Saffire Freycinet overlooking Coles Bay

A feast for both your eyes and stomachs, dinner at Palate satisfies in multiple ways. Enjoy a meal designed to showcase Tasmania’s best produce whilst looking out over the pink Hazards of the Freycinet.

Dinner tables inside Palate restaurant

Cruise around Bruny Island

Cruise off the coast of Bruny Island to change your perspective on wild. Often joined by pods of hundreds of dolphins, this eco cruise hugs the imposing ancient rock formations that pepper the coastline of Bruny and will get you up close to sea caves, seal colonies, and migrating whales.

View of Bruny Island

Hike Cradle Mountain

The best way to experience Cradle Mountain's world heritage wilderness is by foot. There are trails to bushwalk and longer multi-day hikes with guides who can teach you about the natural environment by day and whip up a gourmet dinner paired with local wine by night.

Outdoors of Tamar Valley

Visit a cellar door in the Tamar Valley

For an unparalleled taste of your natural surroundings, head to the Tamar Valley in Northern Tasmania. To learn about the wine from the winemaker is to learn about the region itself, its unique terroir, and the inventive artisans who craft Tasmania's finest cool climate drops.

Hiker admiring Cradle Mountain view