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In the whole world there’s nowhere better for “Freedom” then in your Tasmania Campervan or your 4WD Bushcamper for your holiday in Tasmania. All Tasmania’s attractions can be reached by road, or Off the beaten track in your Tasmania 4WD Bush Camper. And in your Tasmania Campervan - Bushcamper you can go exactly where you please - with all the comforts of home. Explore off the beaten track in your bushcamper. or cruise along in your campervan to a new horizon. Wander into the most spectacular mountain and lake scenery imaginable from trout-filled lakes to snow capped mountains, lush native forest to sleepy townships, golden sandy beaches to grass parks. Nowwhere is too far away - so enjoy the “freedom" of Tasmania in your Tasmania Camperven and 4WD Bushcampervan.

Australia’s largest island and smallest state is a truly magical place to visit.

Tasmania is a heart-shaped island, around half the size of England. Its compact size and great diversity of scenery make it the perfect holiday destination for touring by rental car or campervan.

‘Tassie,’ as it is affectionately known, is called the ‘Holiday Isle’ for its easy going, light hearted lifestyle. This is a place for adventure and exploration, with huge contrasts. Within a two week period you can circle the island, exploring craggy mountains, wild rivers, ancient rainforests, towering sea cliffs, isolated beaches and tranquil lakes. You are breathing the purest air in the world. At the same time you will enjoy the peaceful ambience of Old England - old colonial villages, dry stone walls, Devonshire teas and cosy old-fashioned B&B guest cottages.

There’s an otherworldly quality to Tasmania. The west coast has a dark landscape of brooding mountains, lashed by the infamous ‘Roaring Forties’ winds. Inland are wild rivers and glacier-carved ranges, forming a magnificent World Heritage Area wilderness of primordial forests. This is a mecca for trampers and naturalists and the last habitat of the fearsome thylacine - the ‘Tassie Tiger.’ The northern coast is heavily populated and the east has deserted beaches and bush-clad hills. The south possesses an Old Worlde charm in the fascinating heritage buildings of Hobart and the sombre reminders of a convict past at Port Arthur.... Find out more.

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