Tasmania is blessed with unspoilt locations, gourmet food and wine, an iconic heritage and a distinctly seasonal climate. Tasmania's tourism industry has successfully leveraged the exceptional and natural advantages we offer as a result of our location, small population and history. Tasmania is an attractive holiday destination, growing in popularity year on year, elevating tourism into one of Tasmania's most significant industries.
55 Acres - Cradle Coast Region (North-West)
- Development approval has been granted to construct both an additional eco-style Lodge designed to host wedding receptions and functions as well as a separate manager’s residence. The Lodge will have the capacity to accommodate up to eight additional guests via two beautifully appointed “wings”. The scale of the property provides potential for further development.
Bay of Fires Hotel – St Helens (East Coast)
- The project design includes 80 rooms, restaurant (inside and outside), kitchen, café and bar, conference space, pool, spa, sauna and gym, and special tourism centre with provision for adventure activity storage and repair (such as mountain bikes and kayaks).
Table Cape Resort – Table Cape (North-West Coast)
- Project Table Cape will offer a resort experience unlike any other currently on offer globally. The concept envisages an all-inclusive resort poised on the cliff edge of Table Cape on the North West coast of Tasmania.
Tourism Opportunities in National Parks, Reserves and Crown Land
- The Government is seeking unique and innovative tourism offerings that help to complement, enhance or enable experiences within our parks that help visitors engage with Tasmania’s unique natural environment and further develop our exciting visitor economy. Click here for more information.
Please contact our team for more information on any of the above opportunities and more.