Tasmania, an Australian state located 200 km south-east of Melbourne, is a small island that is tiny compared to the large island, which itself has its own small islands. Its capital, Hobart, was built at the foot of Mount Wellington as a penal colony in 1803. It is the oldest city in Australia, now a modern city with skyscrapers, the financial and administrative heart of Tasmania. This 50% wooded island is endowed with exceptional biodiversity. His wallabies, small kangaroos, are well known. Tasmania is even home to an endemic species: the Tasmanian devil, a carnivorous marsupial that looks like a small bear weighing about ten kilos with a fierce cry. Tourism represents an important part of the Tasmanian economy, which is also rich in minerals. The welcome is warm. You can practice many activities related to nature: fishing, hiking, cruises, discovering natural parks, cruises around the island to discover the variety of landscapes of Tasmania (Wine glass bay, Cradle Mountain, Bay of fire, etc.). Tasmania is also a territory that cultivates the art of living with a vineyard and breweries producing the famous Boag and Cascade. King Island on the northwest coast seduces food lovers with its cheese and dairy shops. Finally, Bridport, in the north, is home to a public golf course that was built in 2004 and is now one of the top 100 golf courses in the world not to be missed. And if it rains often in Tasmania, the welcome is always very warm.