One of Australia’s most unique stretches of beaches and bays, the East Coast of Tasmania is a cacophony of colour. Take a roadtrip to Freycinet to see the pink granite mountainscapes and beautiful Wineglass Bay, then make your way north to Bay of Fires with its white sands covered with orange rocks, vivid against a turquoise sea. Visit Port Arthur’s infamous former convict settlement, or surf the coast’s chilly swells.
Whether you spend your nights wild camping or recharging in luxury eco-lodges, be sure to sample the incredible fresh seafood the East Coast is known for. Those Oyster Bay oysters taste even better paired with Tassie’s exceptional cool climate wines. The Paredarerme and Pyemmairrener people are the traditional custodians of this land.