Tourism Tasmania Participates in IMM 2024

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Looking out over the Daintree River and rainforest in North Queensland
Looking out over the Daintree River and rainforest in North Queensland

Tourism Tasmania will attend IMM in London on February 19 and 20, representing everything the out-of-the-ordinary Australian island state has to offer.

The Apple Isle is regarded as one of the most spectacular locations on Earth. It’s a land where ‘paddock-to-plate’ means fresh truffles foraged that morning; where Tasmanian devils, wombats, echidnas, and platypuses roam freely; and where pioneering cheesemakers, art collectors, and whisky distillers thrive.

Tasmania’s physical isolation has shaped its unique wildlife, which is globally significant and breathtakingly beautiful, as well as a special community of creative, down-to-earth people who take the time to make you feel welcome.

Everything is close together in Tasmania. Explore the picturesque south-west wilderness by day, then sip cool-climate pinot in the bustling metropolis by night. Explore innovative galleries and festivals while also learning about Tasmanian Aboriginal history and convict past.

Embrace the abundance of wellness opportunities, such as homegrown and handcrafted produce markets, sustainable luxury resorts, freshly caught seafood, and walks deep into the rainforest. Seek for adventure – push yourself on wild mountain bike paths, tee off on golf courses situated above mountainous coasts, cast for wild brown trout in glacial tarns, and raft gorgeous rivers. With four unique seasons, there is always something fresh to see, experience, and eat.

Take a deep breath of the world’s most refreshing air. A trip to Tasmania provides an opportunity to unplug, refresh, and reconnect with what is important in life.

Tourism Tasmania will be at table 99, with representatives available for meetings during the two days.

Visit discovertasmania.com.au for more travel information.

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