Spirit of Tasmania encourages travellers to hit the road


Making any plan to explore Tasmania by road? If you are not certain about how to do it, Spirit of Tasmania has launched a new product, an interactive e-guide named Tasmania: On the Road, to make your job easier. The upside is the guide is absolutely free! So, just pack up the car and hit the road!

The guide features must-do activities, information about local sights and places, hidden gems, inspirational videos along with five custom-made Tassie driving itineraries. Bernard Dwyer, the Chief Executive Officer at Spirit of Tasmania, thinks that travellers will get immense help from the guide while designing their own Tasmanian driving holiday plan. He also thinks that the guide will greatly encourage people to drive around Tasmania and discover the beautiful state’s hidden gems.


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The informative guide, which is likely to make tailored by-road adventure easier and hassle-free, will be available until August 24.

The e-guide is kind of all-inclusive and contains detailed information about each important location around the island state. Whether you want to drive from Cradle Mountain to Corinna or make a by-road journey from Port Arthur to Bruny Island, the insights from Tasmanian locals in the guide will help you make a solid plan convenient to your schedule and preferences. In fact, it will help you creating the itinerary suitable for your taste – whether you want to plan it around your bicycle, surfboard, pets, or kids.


Photo Credit: Spirit of Tasmania

By downloading the e-guide, you will enter a draw to win a grand prize of a by-road holiday package in Tasmania worth more than $8,000. It also includes other prizes ranging different price points.

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