Tasmania: Visit Australia, experience the scenery and embrace nature
Tasmania is the 26th largest island in the world. Hobart is the capital city of Tasmania; tourists are able to travel for 3 days within Hobart and surrounding cities. Interesting attractions and highlights include Mt. Wellington located in Wellington Park. Mount Wellington is a popular trekking destination frequented by avid trekkers. The trekking path ranges from easy to difficult accompanied by beautiful scenery. Tourists who are non-trekkers may also visit for a view of downtown Hobart from the top of this mountain. Tourists may drive up to the 360-degree viewpoint for a breathtaking view of the whole city of Hobart right on the top of Mount Wellington.
When we arrive at the land known for kangaroos, we'll bring you up close and personal with the kangaroos at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, a well-known Brighton zoo in northern Hobart. Experience the unexpected and get in close proximity to the kangaroos that run and play in this zoo; feed, scratch their chin or take a selfie with them. The kangaroos here are quite docile with tourists. There are also other animals that are endemic to Australia only, including koalas, Tasmanian devils, wallabies, and wombats.
Travel a bit further down south and we’ll find Richmond, a small town with a classic atmosphere. Here, we can walk around and take in the classic Richmond Bridge and the city that gives you the feeling of living in a European country. Richmond is a center for food and wine, which makes it suitable for gatherings with friends and family on a leisurely day. Meanwhile, on Tasmania's south coast at Port Arthur, a cruise to Tasman Island and Cape Pillar is a must. Get on a boat to see the beauty of the rock cliffs that naturally lined up as if they were man-made. Take in the blowholes or marine geysers, seals that hang out on the rocks, dolphins that often swim with tourists boats, as well as a variety of sea birds. Other tourist attractions in the city include the Remarkable Cave, a tunnel-shaped cave formed by erosion that reveals both ends of the walls. Notably, its opening is shaped like the map of Tasmania that is alike an apple. When you look through this hole, it opens up to the beauty of the blue sea and oddly shaped rocks, giving the illusion as if we're looking at the sea through an apple-shaped window.
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