Steeped in history, Tasmania is famous for its rugged yet beautiful wilderness which covers more than one third of the state. Nature lovers can discover iconic hikes such as Wineglass Bay, the Overland Track and the South Coast Track, swim in natural pools of the world’s purest water, or catch a glimpse of native fauna exclusive to the Island State – such as the Tasmanian Devil.
Adventure seekers can go rock climbing, hang gliding, horse riding and mountain biking. Visitors can also relive the island’s past by visiting World Heritage listed convict sites, discovering some of the country’s oldest remaining sandstone buildings in Hobart, or exploring the charming colonial villages of the north.
If you’re visiting Australia’s southernmost state, Mantra offers quality accommodation in Tasmania – from Launceston in the northeast, to Hobart in the south.
Home to the renowned Tamar Valley, North East Tasmania is filled with lush greenery. Visitors can explore the beautiful coastline that encompasses the iconic Bay of Fires, discover the historic city of Launceston, or hike Ben Lomond National Park. Adventure or indulgence; the North East has it all. For your accommodation in North East Tasmania, stay with Mantra. Visit North East »
Steeped in history and culture, Hobart and its surrounds are incredibly diverse; there’s something to suit all tastes. Explore the Georgian streetscapes of Hobart, explore the cultural hub of Salamanca Place, connect with the region’s convict past in historic Port Arthur, or discover vast wilderness areas via the South Coast Track. For a hotel in Hobart, stay with Mantra. Visit Hobart & Surrounds »