You’ve heard all about the beauty of Tasmania, right?

Being an Island State, if you’re coming to visit then you’ll need transport to see all that’s on offer; there’s many options you can consider – doing a guided tour by coach, using public transport (which has limitations), Cycling around the Island, renting a car or hiring a Campervan. You can of course bring your own vehicle from Mainland Australia via the Spirit of Tasmania ferry.

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I’m unashamedly going to suggest you hire a Campervan for your adventure and, “Explore Tasmania your way!” Why?

With a Campervan you have your bed with you wherever you go; you’re not locked into a schedule to be at your accommodation by any given time, and if you’ve pre-booked your accommodation what if you don’t like the location when you get there?

Campervanning throughout Tasmania allows total freedom; it’s legal to camp wherever you like (providing you obey any signage to the contrary), so if you like the area you’re visiting then stay a while, if not simply move on until you find a spot to call your own.

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Unlike motel accommodation you unpack only once; with the Campervan option the quality is consistent throughout your stay, there’s no 10am check-out and you can prepare your own meals, allowing you to keep costs in check.

There’s ample Caravan Parks scattered throughout Tasmania for you to stay – many having great amenities where you can make new friends whilst cooking a BBQ in the communal kitchen and sharing your travel plans.

camp ground

It’ll take at least 3 weeks and over 2,500 Kilometres to explore Tasmania, so if you don’t have the time, you should concentrate on selected areas rather than trying to cover all the State in a week.

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Campervanning is perhaps the most economical way to see Tasmania when compared with the options listed above, so when it comes time to consider your next holiday adventure give hiring a campervan a go and…

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