North & North East Area Highlights & Essential Things To Do
Discover Your Local North & North East Area
The North and North East regions of Tasmania are home to bush and rainforest walks and hidden waterfalls. Wine lovers rejoice, the region is also home to a number of vineyards, with lots of places to go and enjoy the wine Tassie has to offer. Learn more about the history of the region and make the most of local museums, or spend the night in heritage accommodation. The region gives a mix of a new and historic identity to Tassie.
Like much of Tasmania, the North and North East regions are abundant with natural and wild landscapes, national parks and native wildlife. The region is home to over 40,000 years of Aboriginal and Indigenous history. Guide yourself through the region’s biggest cultural hubs in Dorset and Pioneer to learn more about the Chinese migration to the region and ancient Indigenous history.
Situated between the northern capital of Launceston and St Helens, the region is home to mining and farming lands, rich in a variety of resources. Explore the rich lands of the region and take part in the popular tourist attraction River Derby in October or be guided by locals through the forestry and coastal landscapes of Mt William National Park.Keep your eyes peeled for native wildlife in their natural habitat along the coast. Explore the culture and Chinese heritage of the region and take the Ah Ping Sculpture Walk.
The region takes pride in its local food sources and delicious wine options. Celebrate the best in food and wine the region has to offer and visit the Bicheno Food and Wine Festival which is held every November.
With so much to see and do in the North and North East regions of Tasmania, make sure you add this region to your holiday list.
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