Free entry to over 45 top Tasmanian attractions, tours, and things to do for one low price!

iVenture CardTasmania, The Island State, is situated off Australia's mainland to the south of Victoria! It is one of the country's hidden marvels with a wealth of history stretching back to the late 19th century as well as vast untouched wilderness areas of incredible natural beauty! The south-west of Tasmania is home to the world's only temperate rainforest eco system and with over 45 attractions spanning the lsland, there is so much to see and do!

With your See Tasmania Attractions Pass you have the opportunity to discover everything that Tasmania has to offer whilst enjoying the benefits only the pass can offer.

Loads of Attraction Experiences to choose from

Bass & Flinders Centre
Bass & Flinders Centre

In 1798 the explorers Bass and Flinders were dispatched...

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Cable Hang Gliding
Cable Hang Gliding

Experience this unique sensation in complete safety as you...

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Huon Jet
Huon Jet

PLEASE NOTE: The supplement of $10 per...

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Port Arthur Historic Site
Port Arthur Historic Site

In 1830 the beautiful Tasman Peninsula was chosen by...

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Tahune Airwalk
Tahune Airwalk

When exploring the Huon Trail, don't miss the adventure...

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Tamar River Cruises
Tamar River Cruises

Explore the spectacular wilderness area of Cataract Gorge and...

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Beaconsfield Mine & Heritage Museum
Beaconsfield Mine & Heritage Museum

The Beaconsfield Mine and Heritage Centre is located in...

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Brickendon Historic Farming Village
Brickendon Historic Farming Village

Tasmania's only historic farming attraction, this magnificent 1824 estate...

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Clarendon Homestead
Clarendon Homestead

So many of Evandale's 19th century buildings have been...

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Don River Railway
Don River Railway

The Van Diemen Light Railway Society. was formed in...

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Eagle Hang Gliding
Eagle Hang Gliding

See the wilderness through the eyes of a wedge-tailed...

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Experience Tasmania – Cadbury Coach Tour
Experience Tasmania – Cadbury Coach Tour

The sweetest tour in Australia! Visit Cadbury's visitor centre...

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East Coast Nature World
East Coast Nature World

Set in 160 acres of natural flat parkland and...

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Experience Tasmania – Hobart City Coach Tour
Experience Tasmania – Hobart City Coach Tour

The city sights historic tour is national and internationally...

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Experience Tasmania – Mt Wellington Coach Tour
Experience Tasmania – Mt Wellington Coach Tour

Mt Wellington is a spectacular and panoramic backdrop for...

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Franklin House
Franklin House

On the outskirts of Launceston is Franklin House. Built...

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Freycinet Adventures: Freycinet Paddle
Freycinet Adventures: Freycinet Paddle

Based in Coles Bay, the Freycinet Paddle is the...

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George Town Watch House
George Town Watch House

This 1855 building on the site of the original...

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Gordon River Cruises
Gordon River Cruises

The small fishing community of Strahan on the West...

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Home Hill
Home Hill

Home Hill was the home of Joseph Lyons who...

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Low Head Penguin Tours
Low Head Penguin Tours

Take a tour with an expert guide to view...

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Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum
Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum

On picturesque Low Head peninsula at the mouth of...

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Maritime Museum of Tasmania
Maritime Museum of Tasmania

Surrounded by the ocean, it's no wonder that Tasmania's...

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National Automobile Museum of Tasmania
National Automobile Museum of Tasmania

Offering one of Australia's best collections of Veteran, Vintage,...

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Old Hobart Town Model Village
Old Hobart Town Model Village

Situated in Richmond, which is considered the most historic...

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Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site
Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site

A National Trust property, this is one of few...

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Platypus House
Platypus House

Situated on the western banks of the Tamar River...

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Putt It Mini Golf
Putt It Mini Golf

Nestled in the picturesque grounds of Tamar Valley Resort...

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Runnymede
Runnymede

Overlooking New Town Bay, Runnymede is a stately colonial...

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Seahorse World
Seahorse World

Sheltered from the Roaring 40s, Seahorse World is surrounded...

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Swansea Bark & Mill Museum
Swansea Bark & Mill Museum

This is certainly Australia's only restored Black Wattle Bark...

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Wing’s Wildlife Park
Wing’s Wildlife Park

Nestled between the Dial Range and Leven River lies...

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Woolmers Estate & National Rose Garden
Woolmers Estate & National Rose Garden

Woolmers Estate reflects colonial Tasmania in its most genuine...

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Plan Your Trip With Our Interactive Map

Planning your trip just got easier! To help you plan your trip and make the most of your time, our interactive map will show you the specific location and proximity of all the experiences included in your package. View the proximity of the experiences you want to visit to help plan your travel schedule or […]

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Hobart

Hobart

The first settlement began in 1803 as a penal colony at Risdon Cove on the eastern shores of the Derwent River, amid British concerns over the presence of French explorers. In 1804 it was moved to a better location at the present site of Hobart at Sullivans Cove. The city, initially known as Hobart Town […]

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Huon Valley

Huon Valley

The Huon River is an iconic natural feature of the Huon Valley, meandering through the commercial hub of Huonville and making its way through the boating township of Franklin. The township is home to the Wooden Boat School where the tradition of carving fine local timbers into sea worthy vessels is continued. The Franklin community […]

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Launceston

Launceston

The first inhabitants of the area of Launceston were a relatively small number of largely nomadic Tasmanian Aborigines believed to have been part of the North Midlands Tribe. However, the first white visitors did not arrive until 1798, when George Bass and Matthew Flinders were sent to explore the possibility that there was a strait […]

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South-West Wilderness

South-West Wilderness

The Tasmanian Wilderness is one of the three largest temperate wilderness areas remaining in the Southern Hemisphere. The region is home to some of the deepest and longest caves in Australia. It is renowned for its diversity of flora, and some of the longest lived trees and tallest flowering plants in the world grow in […]

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Tamar Valley

Tamar Valley

The Tamar Valley is a beautiful area of Tasmania, just north of Launceston. As one of Tasmania’s principle wine producing areas, the Tamar Valley is very picturesque with orchards, forests and pastures. An easy trip from Launceston, the Tamar Valley has many attractions; beautiful walks along pretty waterfalls and gorges, an abundance of wineries, river […]

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Tasman Peninsula

Tasman Peninsula

To fully enjoy the Tasman Peninsula Port Arthur region you should allow at least two nights so you can see a little of where the world’s best natural heritage meets an amazing cultural heritage – The Convict Trail. When you enter the Tasman Peninsula (once known as ‘the natural prison’) at Eaglehawk Neck your journey […]

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The East Coast

The East Coast

Whether they are fishermen, wine makers or walking-guides, you will hear a different life story from friendly locals whose values are shaped by the rhythms of nature, and the stunning beauty of the east coast. At its northern extremity is Flinders Island, where you can hunt for the Killiecrankie ‘diamond’, or dive into a world […]

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The North-West Coast

The North-West Coast

The north west and west coast have large tracts of wilderness which support rare and endangered wildlife, unusual geological formations and rich volcanic soils. The areas have some of Tasmania‚Äôs most prosperous farming lands, where basalt soils produce an amazing variety of fruit and vegetables, dairy and prime beef cattle, wilderness honey and valuable timber. […]

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Tasmania Unlimited Attractions Pass 3 Day Itinerary
AUD 199.00/Adult
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Tasmania Unlimited Attractions Pass 7 Day Itinerary
AUD 255.00/Adult
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Tasmania Unlimited Attractions Pass 10 Day Itinerary
AUD 365.00/Adult
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