Tasmanian National Parks Provide Unforgettable Sightseeing
Known for its beautiful wildness areas, Tasmania is a remote island that is located on the south coast of Australia. Tasmania is also home to the historic waterfront capital of Hobart and offers guests a chance to explore the island’s west coast, a place where an ancient rainforest and lovely harbours await.
For example, the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park on the west coast features some of the most beautiful walks on the island. An array of trails are featured from short jaunts to challenging multi-day hikes. For a brief introduction to the park, stroll along the Franklin River Nature Trail. The trail, which accommodates wheelchairs, offers picnic tables as well.
The Nelson Falls Natural Trail
If you are seeking more adventure, take a walk over the Nelson Falls Natural Trail with a destination of the 38-metre high Nelson Falls. Experienced hikers like to journey up to the 1,443-metre summit of Frenchmans Cap. Whilst hikers should carry a tent to Frenchmans Cap, the majority of visitors take advantage of one-day or half-day journeys. Most of the trails in the park are self-guided.
Naturally, while visiting this Australian island, you will want to find just the right Tasmania accommodation, which can be easily accomplished. A large number of properties are featured for anyone who wants to explore this part of the world. Therefore, you are sure to find just the right hotel, house, cottage, apartment, or bungalow that will meet your budget and tastes.
For instance, a cosy cottage may be just what you would like in a budget accommodation. Located in a bush setting, this type of property sleeps two people and provides plenty of privacy. Cottages often feature a wood heater and are pet-friendly. This particular rustic setting does not include Wi-Fi or a television. However, the location is peacefully quiet, clean, and safe. The only disruption that you will notice is the birdsong.
Some of the amenities featured in a cottage accommodation include the following:
Heating and air conditioning
Normally, the check-in time begins at 2:00 p.m. and check-out is scheduled at 10:00 a.m. in the morning.
City Comfort in the Country
If you are seeking more of a luxury retreat in a wilderness area, you might consider a beautifully appointed and self-contained two-storey house. This one-bedroom accommodation offers city comfort in a remote wilderness setting.
When you stay in this type of luxury accommodation, it is almost as if you have retreated to your own private enclave. Wilderness retreats often are surrounded by eucalypt woods and are close to attractions such as cascades. Panoramic views include rolling pastureland against a mountain backdrop.
Some retreat properties feature floor-to-ceiling windows, underfloor heating, spiral staircases and open living plans. Kitchens may be outfitted with quality stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops, a microwave, a dishwasher, and a coffee machine. Check the features for yourself today.