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Tasmania is Australia’s smallest state and the most geographically diverse.  Made up of 332 islands, 40 per cent of Tasmania is reserved as national park or world heritage area offering the visitor exceptional wildlife, wilderness, heritage and cultural holiday experiences.

To help consumers understand Tasmania's distinct regional differences, we have divided the state into seven regions. Each region offers something different; from geography, weather, and local experiences. Note that the links below are to our travel website Discover Tasmania.


National parks and wilderness

See also National Parks and Wilderness.