Have you heard how incredible Tasmania is? We think you should check it out, there’s so much to see and do!
On your next holiday, you’ll want to base yourself somewhere luxurious and tranquil with plenty to offer. After all, you don’t take a holiday just so you can do the same things as you would at home!
That’s why Seven Mile Beach is the perfect location for you to holiday, and Tasmania’s capital city has something for everyone in the whole family. From gorgeous outdoor ranges and trails to unique shopping and some of the most elegant resort-style living you could ever imagine, Hobart has it all.
Tasmania puts on a show
There are a few places around Australia that really stand out as breathtaking, and Tasmania can count itself among that number.
Along the east coast of Australia’s island state, the Freycinet National Park is a unique location that will inspire any avid tramper or explorer. You’ll have the opportunity to see a majestic white-bellied sea-eagle flying overhead, or the enormous granite plains of the Hazards. Wineglass Bay is a sight for sore eyes, and there’s even something for those that don’t enjoy the same sort of intense exercising – the beaches and soft, white sands can take all of your stresses away without having to work up a sweat.
Port Arthur is also on show here, which is a site that holds incredible historical significance. It started as a timber camp in 1830 and was changed over to an industrial prison in 1877. This provided a lot of impetus for the success and growth of Tasmania in its early stages of formation and eventually became a shipyard.
There was a push for the site to become internationally recognised in recent times, and in 2010 it was registered as a World Heritage site, joining 39 others on the current list of heritage regions around the country. Take a walk around Port Arthur, which is a little over an hour away from the Wyndham Seven Mile Beach – a great day trip with a rich history.
Markets push the local economy
Aptly named Australia’s “best outdoor market”, the Salamanca Markets are open every Saturday morning until the mid-afternoon and showcase a great range of cultures from around the state.
Over 300 stalls can offer food, music, and wares to delight even the most experienced high-class shopper among your traveling party, and Tasmanian woodcraft would be the perfect accompaniment to your Port Arthur exploration.
If you love your Salamanca Place experience as much as we expect you will, you might even want to take home the new short history book of the cultural landmark to show your friends. How good would that look on your coffee table?
You’ll come across the Salamanca Markets merely 20 minutes away from the resort, so you can have a relaxing sleep-in and then mosey on over for a fantastic start to your weekend.
Want to stay in? Don’t sweat it (unless you choose to)
There are plenty of things to occupy yourself with if you don’t fancy going to explore the island, so staying around Ramada Resort Seven Mile Beach could be just as enjoyable.
There is a tennis court on site so you can channel your inner Serena Williams, and you can cool off after running around in the outdoor pool. If you get a bit chilly, there are also two spas to choose from, so take a dip in the beautiful, warm waters. For those of us who are fitness-oriented, there is a gym and dry sauna to sweat out whatever toxins you have ingested throughout your food and drink tours around Tasmania, and the kids will love splashing around in the seasonal water feature to boot.
Tasmania sounds like paradise. There’s just so much to see and do, and Ramada Resort Seven Mile Beach is a great, relaxing, enjoyable base to explore from.