Around every turn in the Huon Valley you’ll find yourself in lush valleys, on winding roads hugging peaceful waterways or emerging into still spaces with mountains on the horizon.
Let the elements dictate your pace as you drive to Tasmania’s southernmost point, get out into the national parks or underground into limestone caves, or live the way the locals do in the villages and townships, spending time close to nature and enjoying the creative offerings from makers and growers.
Every stroll, bushwalk, ride, paddle or drive in the Huon Valley will be filled with scenes that seem like destinations – not just the single destination you thought you were heading for.
Each trip will take you past roadside stands, farmland, forests, gleaming waterways, beaches, villlages, paddocks, orchards and vineyards, providing you with space to stretch your legs and free your mind.
Take the journey through rolling hills of orchards, along the reflective Huon River towards the end of the road in the Huon Valley's Far South.
Caravan and campsites available in the Huon Valley
Southport Lagoon Conservation Area is a large portion of land and shallow expanse of water located on the south-east coast of Tasmania between Southport and Recherche Bay.
South Cape Track day walk from Cockle Creek in the Huon Valleys Far South takes you through ferny forest, coastal marshlands to the wild coastline of Tasmania's Southwest National Park.
Southport and the far south lies nestled between stunning coastline, sheltered bays and beaches, and the eastern flank of the Southwest National Park and World Heritage Wilderness Area.