Yeay for Tasmania ! Tasmania is an island full of natural beauty. It has everything from historical and charming towns, such as Hobart and Launceston, to breathtaking scenery, such as Bridestowe Farm. Not to mention it's only one hour flight away from Melbourne.
After spending some time in Melbourne, we took the local airline, Virgin Blue, to Devonport, a small city in the northwestern part of Tasmania.
From there, it's time for some road trip. Road trip in Tasmania is a must. In my opinion, driving in Tasmania is the best way to getting around this enchanting island. There is a flexibility in time and you could make your own itineraries based on your interest.
There are also so many things you could see along the roads.
historical places (Richmond Bridge, the oldest bridge in Australia),
and also the Jaywalkers...
One of the places that I visited was the Bridestowe Lavender Farm. The Lavender Farm is so stunning that you could call it the little Provence in Tasmania.
There is always time for some camwhoring moments.
You just need to be a little bit careful there. There are lots of bees around the lavender.
Danbo was having fun too.
Behind the scene.
If you're on your way from Launceston to Hobart, make sure you stop at Ross Village Bakery. The pie was delicious.
Despite all of the that, the main attraction in Tasmania is not the scenery, but its remarkable and abundance wildlife. You have a good chance of seeing the wildlife in their natural habitat. There are also lots of Wildlife Park to visit, such as ZooDoo Wildlife.
Cuteeee wombat *heart melts*
Tasmanian Devil. He doesn't look like a devil.
Quite cute actually. I wonder if Tasmanian people got it wrong.
THIS is the one whom they should called Tasmanian Devil !