Tasmania has so much to see and do as well as places to camp with your dog that taking them with you really is an option to consider. Here are our tips for caravanning Tasmania with your dog.
Our Wayfaring Life travelled Tasmania for 15 weeks spending just over $400 per week. Here we discuss and share how we did it while still enjoying so much Tassie has to offer.
The Tasman Peninsular Tasmania has some of the most spectacular sea cliffs, unique natural formations and impressive historical sites Tasmania has to offer.
Cradle Mountain Tasmania – here is a simple guide about what you need to know for your visit.
The seaside hamlet of Boat Harbour Beach Tasmania with its stunning beach and free camping it is a must for any Tasmanian itinerary. Here we give you all the information you need to plan your visit.
Whether you have a motorhome, a caravan, a camper trailer or a tent travel can be affordable with free and low cost camping. See how we did it for less than $5 per night around Tasmania.
Stanley Tasmania is a serene seaside village on the north coast with a great variety of things to do including for families, the budget traveler and those traveling with their dog. Stanley is a must do for anyone in Tasmania.
Located between Penguin and Ulverstone on Tasmania’s north coast, Goat Island which you can walk to at low tide, is part of the heritage listed Three sisters – Goat Island Nature Reserve.