There’s no shortage of things to do and places to see in southern Tasmania’s Huon Valley. If you prefer silence and seclusion, you’ll easily find beautiful spots to sit or walk, read or draw. And if you love to fill every minute with activity, your only problem will be how to make a decision about what to do next.
You’ll need a list to make sure you don’t miss anything in the Huon Valley, whether you’re keen to get out on the water, stretching your legs in the wilderness, taking a guided tour, going down underground or high in the sky, or meeting local makers and trying your hand at making your own creative work.
Guided tours of Australia's largest tourist cave, thermal spring pool and cafe onsite.
Viewing the Far South, through heritage and art
Tahune Airwalk, Eagle Hang Gliding, Twin Rivers Rafting and short walks, exploring southern forests
Campo de Flori is a boutique family run farm and ceramic artistry.
A quirky space filled with unusual furniture, outdoor sculptures and wooden animals.
Wakky Taz Creations brings you stunning artisan glass pieces.
Winery and distillery with cellar door, cafe, accommodation and restored pickers huts.
Lunaris Gemstones specialises in Tasmanian mineral specimens, gemstones/jewellery and fossils.
Guided kayak tours in the Huon Valley. Easy, flat water experiences available across the Huon Valley
Calm, All weather river cruises up the Huon River in a 75 year old luxury motor cruiser