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Southern Tasmania Touring Maps

Download Southern Tasmania Touring Maps

Whether you’re a seasoned traveller or a first-time visitor, our downloadable touring maps are your key to unlocking the secrets of Southern Tasmania.

From the vibrant streets of Hobart to the rugged coastlines of Bruny Island, Southern Tasmania is a treasure trove of natural beauty and cultural delights. Explore at your own pace, uncovering hidden gems and iconic landmarks along the way. Join us on a journey through picturesque landscapes, charming towns, and unforgettable experiences. Download your map today and embark on the adventure of a lifetime in Southern Tasmania.

→ Southern Tasmania Touring Map

Southern Tasmania is a realm of natural wonders, dark skies, and unforgettable experiences. From the bustling historic streets of Hobart to the serene beauty of the Huon Valley, every corner of Southern Tasmania is a treasure waiting to be uncovered.

Produced by Destination Southern Tasmania

→ Derwent Valley Touring Map

The Derwent Valley beckons outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike, offering a myriad of experiences that showcase the stunning beauty of the region. From mountain biking trails to the Gordon Dam and the pristine wilderness of Mt Field National Park, the Derwent Valley is a captivating destination that promises unforgettable encounters with nature.

Derwent Valley Tasmania

→ Derwent Valley Tourism Association

→ Far South Touring Map

Tasmania’s Far South is a place where mountainous national parks filled with forests connect with the sea. Highlights include the beautiful township of Dover and Port Esperance. Visit Hastings Caves State Reserve, a dolomite cave system beneath the forest. Travel even further south to Southport and Ida Bay, where the Lune River connects to the Southern Ocean. Cockle Creek is not to be missed and is the gateway to the southerly most point of Tasmania and the South Coast Track, one of Tasmania’s most challenging multi-day walks.

Far South Tasmania

Far South Tourism Association

→ Central Highlands Touring Map

The Central Highlands region is spectacular, an area teeming with highland lakes brimming with trout, changing Fagus leaves in autumn, and snow-capped peaks and frosted forests in winter.

Central Highlands

Central Highlands Council Tourism

→ turrakana / Tasman Peninsula Touring Map

Welcome to the Tasman Peninsula, where nature’s beauty and rich history converge to create an unforgettable experience. Located just a short drive from Hobart, this stunning region is a treasure trove of natural wonders, outdoor adventures, and fascinating cultural heritage.

Tasman Peninsula, Tasmania

Tasman Business and Tourism Association

→ lunawuni / Bruny Island Touring Map

The Central Highlands region is spectacular, an area teeming with highland lakes brimming with trout, changing Fagus leaves in autumn, and snow-capped peaks and frosted forests in winter.

lunawuni / Bruny Island

Bruny Island Tourism Inc

→ Huon Valley Touring Map

With its breathtaking landscapes, charming villages, and abundant wildlife, Huon Valley offers an unforgettable escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. From the peaks of the Hartz Mountains to the running waters of the Huon River, this region showcases nature and local produce at its finest.

Huon Valley, Tasmania

Huon Valley Tourism Network

→ Coal River Valley Touring Map

The beautiful Coal River Valley is a region known for its history, exceptional wines and the picture-perfect town of Richmond.

Coal River Valley, Tasmania

Coal River Valley Tasmania Tourism Association

→ nipaluna / Hobart City Centre Map

There are certain things going for nipaluna / Hobart that it enjoys with natural abandon. Few cities can boast a mountainous backdrop, harbour on the doorstep and some of the world’s cleanest air.

nipaluna / Greater Hobart

Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania

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