Tasmania is renowned for its many limestone and dolomite caves, which offer a remarkable underground world just waiting to be explored. The less adventurous can visit the caves at Hastings, Mole Creek and Gunns Plains, which have been developed and fitted with easily accessible pathways, offering regular guided tours.…
With its mountainous terrain combined with a heavy rainfall, Tasmania boasts rugged whitewater rivers just waiting to host adventurous paddlers all year round. The best action is to be had on the wild Franklin River, but only the very fit and adventurous should take on the full multi-day descent. A shorter trip on the…
Being Australia's most mountainous state, Tasmania has plenty of rock for testing the muscles, from easy grade 10 to a 20 plus. Most places in Tasmania offer climbing and abseiling adventure trip companies and there are many experienced guides available. Those who want to test their abilities before tackling the real…
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