Want to plan a best road trip in Tasmania blocking off a long holiday
or an upcoming weekend break? Drive the eastern coastal stretch of this
Australian state, from the vast untouched beauty of Kelvedon Beach to
stunning arc of Wineglass Bay. This east shoreline is home to a plethora
of spectacular beaches.
4WD hire in Hobart
is indisputably the best way to travel the east coastline of Tasmania.
Unlike earlier years, the roads are in better condition now. In fact the
old convict station is turned into luxury boutique hotels where you
will find globally applauded culinary heritage. The food here is as
fresh as the sea wind.
it is still surprising that the Tasmania’s east shore, from Hobart to
St Helens, is still untouched, making it a perfect destination for
travellers looking for a crowd-free road trip this holiday season. In
fact, many travel experts think that east coast tour is the most
undervalued tour in Australia. Want to know what make them think so?
Well, read on then.
Abundant Pleasure for Food and Wine Lover
The heavenly beautiful white beaches on the east coast of Tasmania
are best complemented by some of the oldest vineyards and wineries of
the state. Drive your 4WD rental Hobart north from Swansea and visit the
Milton Vineyard and Spring Vale Vineyards to sample locally produce
wine. Go inland from St Helens to the Pyengana Valley where you can
enjoy dairy specialists such as cloth-bound cheddars and bush flavour
rich ice bream. Don’t forget to buy the Pyengana cheese before you leave
The Enthralling Wilderness of Marina Island
It is when the Tasman Highway touches the shore at Orford, Marina
Island stacks up like a wall across the ocean. Only a few places in the
country can match the wild life heritage of Marina Island in Tasmania.
The Peerless Coastal Beauty of Wineglass Bay
bay has got the perfect curve! The views over the sea are heart
stopping and make almost impossible for any 4WD driver to pass by it
without making a natural stop. The most scenic journey begins at Rocky
Hills in Swansea, where the Tasman Highway go along the shoreline.
down to Coles Bay on Freycinet Peninsula, Freycinet restaurant that
sees a good number of visitors year-round to sample its taste-tingling
oysters, garlic scallops and pan-fried abalone was originally a farm
field owned by Giles Fisher. Though the restaurant may not look
attractive enough, it is certainly one of the best eateries in the
state. Veggies can head down the Ugly Duck Out, the best vegetarian
restaurant in the state.
The Sky, Sand and Sea at the Bay of Fires
a stroll along the Bay of Fires, a breathtakingly beautiful bay on the
north-east coast of Tasmania, exploring its majestic beaches and
boulders portraying a heart-winning fusion of blue sea water, orange
stones and white sand.
Regardless of its popularity amongst
holidaymakers, the east coast of Tasmania preserves a treasure trove of
untouched nature’s beauty awaiting for your footprints. Self-driving
this coastal route in your 4WD rental will bring you an abundance of
joy, excitement, freedom and comfort.