Yes, it’s just a little island on the south coast of the country, but no, there is nothing dull about Tasmania. More than 40 percent of this state is made up of protected parks – that’s a lot of hiking and trekking for those who have the legs for it, but if you’re more of a city dweller, don’t despair - Hobart itself is an absolute hub of excitement from dusk until dawn. Student Flights has plenty of cheap Tasmania accommodation deals to offer with packages that include tours of the Cascade Brewery and city-based accommodation to log cabins in the wilderness with roaring fires. Ask Student Flights about our cheap Tassie accommodation deals today.
Tasmania Accommodation Packages
Think of the Cadbury Chocolate Factory and the place where they brew some of the best beers in Australia and you’re thinking of Hobart in a nutshell. Student Flights has Tassie accommodation packages that take in the best of this capital city with cheap hotel offerings and tour incentives that will see you picking up fresh-cooked produce off the Constitution Docks or travelling to Port Arthur to check out the history of penal Australia. If you are looking for acommodation in Tasmania that will see you escape from the city, Student Flights has those sorted too with packages for stays in Launceston so you can live the dream of swimming in Cataract Gorge, or head west to test out the tracks of the picturesque Cradle Mountain National Park. Student Flights offers the best Tasmania accommodation packages with plenty of hotel and tour options for you to pick and choose your Tassie adventure agenda.
Tasmania Hotels, Apartments and Villas
From campsites in the wilderness to backpacker lodges in the city and luxury log cabin and hotels too, we tailor our Tasmania accommodation packages to include a choice of range of hotels, self-contained apartments and villas to suit all travel needs and budgets. Ask our Student Flights travel consultants how to plan your Tasmania accommodation package option to suit your own travel agenda, whether it be discovering every corner of Tasmania’s capital of Hobart, or venturing into the hills and mountains that surround this magnificent city.