Are you looking for some inspiration for your next family getaway? How about ticking off all seven of these gems at Seven Mile Beach?


1. Walk along the beach

If you’re going to stay in one of the most stunning beach spots on Earth, you’ll want to spend time on the sand. So wander along the seemingly-endless coastline and enjoy the sea breeze in your hair!


2. Have a drink with a view

Make the most of the fact that Hobart is only a 20-minute drive away. Pearl and Co. is one of the best local culinary secrets, offering stunning harbour views while you feast. From extravagant cocktails to scrumptiously fresh seafood, you’ve got it all here.


3. Maritime Museum of Tasmania

Want to learn about the maritime heritage of Tasmania? Then take a look at the research, presentation and interpretation of how people’s lives and maritime history are connected.


4. The Drunken Admiral

Let your tastebuds explode with delight at this sea-view restaurant’s amazing menu. With regularly changing dishes, the options for seafood lovers are endless.


5. Federation Concert Hall

Home to the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, the hall is the main concert venue in the region. Delight your ears with an evening in the spacious auditorium, and enjoy a drink before or after.


6. Royal Tasmanian Botanical Garden

One of six Royal Botanical Gardens in the world, Tasmania’s is special. First developed from a settler’s farm, the gardens were officially established in the early 1800s.


7. Salamanca Place

Nestled in the midst of the city’s bustle by Sullivan’s Cove is Salamanca Place. Back in the 1830s, it wasn’t just a picturesque cobblestone square filled with vibrant stores, but also a hub of industry.

Now, you can enjoy the many art galleries, Tasmanian craft and the local market. All of this is framed by Georgian warehouses which used to store wool, whale oil and imported goods – a true melting pot of history and culture.

The possibilities are endless in this beautiful  Tasmanian destination. Are you ready to enjoy the holiday of a lifetime?

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