The Huon Trail is south of the state's capital of Hobart.
There are a number of flights to Hobart daily from destinations including Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane.
The 'Spirit of Tasmania' travels daily between Melbourne and Devonport and allows visitors to bring vehicles from the Australian mainland to Tasmania. You can then take the 4 hour drive to Hobart.
Once in Hobart, you can drive south to the city of Kingston. You are now in the Huon Trail region. You can then opt to travel to the Huon (towards Huonville) or through the Channel (towards Margate, Snug, Kettering and Bruny Island).
The Huon Trail touring route offers a driving experience. There is little public transport in the area, although Metro Tasmania do operate buses through the Channel although they are infrequent and relatively expensive. The best way to get around the Huon Trail is to bring your own car or hire a car. Avis, Budget, Europcar and Hertz all operate in Tasmania. You can hire vehicles from Hobart CBD or at the Hobart Airport.
Bruny Island Cruises, 915 Adventure Bay Road, Bruny Island, TAS 7150, ☎ (03) 6293 1465 (firstname.lastname@example.org), . This trip is a must-do while you are on Bruny Island. Bruny Island Cruises operates a 3 hour wildlife eco-cruise daily exploring the coastline of the South Bruny National Park. The scenery is stunning - tall sea cliffs, amazing coastline, seals, albatross and even dolphins on many trips! These trips operate every day except for Christmas Day and the company also offers a Full Day Tour from Hobart. edit
Peppermint Bay Cruise, ☎ 1300 137 919 (email@example.com), . The Peppermint Bay Cruise starts in Hobart and travels south to Peppermint Bay at Woodbridge in the Channel. On the way to Peppermint Bay the crew points out different sites like Salmon Farms, Local Sealife, and geographic wonders. When you arrive at Peppermint Bay you are treated to an amazing Tasmanian clambake, of clam chowder, fish, and rock lobster. The cruise returns late afternoon to Hobart. edit
As you travel further south, mobile phone reception does become weaker. Many city-based mobile phones on Optus, Vodafone, Virgin and other smaller carriers will not work in many areas of the Huon and Channel. Telstra NextG mobile phones provide the best coverage, although this is not guaranteed in all areas.
Observe speed limits. 50 km/h in built-up areas, otherwise 90 km/h on sealed roads and 80 km/h on gravel.
Watch out for wildlife - particularly at night.
Be observant of other drivers
Always notify somebody if you are going bushwalking and carry a (NextG) mobile phone if possible.
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