• Welcome to Tasmania's FAR SOUTH

    Welcome to Tasmania's FAR SOUTH

    43 degrees of pure southern latitude! Quiet – Fresh – Beautiful
  • Stay A While

    Stay A While

    Make your base at one of our exquisite accommodation options while you explore the wonders of the Far South

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  • Taste some of the freshest food...

    Taste some of the freshest food...

    Grab a bite or enjoy a drink Far South style....

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  • Enjoy the natural beauty of the Far South

    Enjoy the natural beauty of the Far South

    Go bushwalking through temperate rainforest, along the beach, climb a peak or just take a stroll...

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  • Hastings Caves & Thermal Springs

    Hastings Caves & Thermal Springs

    Visit the unique Hastings Caves and take a dip in the warm waters of the nearby springs

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  • Explore our spectacular waterways....

    Explore our spectacular waterways....

    Go for a paddle on the Lune River, Port Esperance, Southport Bay or Recherche Bay with Esperance Adventures.

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  • Visit Dover Seafest, 15 March 2020

    Visit Dover Seafest, 15 March 2020

 

Where the mountains and forest meet the Great Southern Ocean... Flanked to the west by the rugged world of the South-West National Park, the Far South also has many sheltered, quiet bays and beaches along its eastern flank, around which most settlement occurs. This blend of bush and bay offers visitors many opportunities to be out in nature. Walk a deserted beach, fish for your dinner, go boating, catch a wave or simply enjoy the stillness and beauty of the surrounding forest or summit’s peak.

At the end of the day, relax and unwind at your choice of quality accommodation. The rich natural diversity of this region, and its remoteness, offers much in the way of solitude and exploration. Travelling further south through the Huon Valley, you will come to..................

43 degrees of pure southern latitude! Quiet – Fresh – Beautiful.

 

What is happening in the Far South now:

 

PROJECT X: The Aftermath Dislocation Principle

Peer through observation ports cut into a forty-foot shipping container at a vast landscape in miniature: a desolate, mythical English town in the aftermath of a riot, where only police and media crews remain…

Artist Jimmy Cauty’s dystopian creation continues its odyssey south with a twelve-month tour of the Huon Valley. More information HERE

 

Coming up: Dover Seafest 15 March 2020 More info HERE

 

Take a moment...enjoy this short presentation of our beautiful Far South, filmed by photographer William McCallum, who disappeared kayaking in Port Esperance Bay while capturing some of these beautiful images for us.  This video was kindly edited and completed by Tourism Tasmania and Joshua Lamont in honour of William's work.

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