What travelers to Smithton are saying
Known for its lush forest, abundant wildlife and long, virtually unoccupied beaches, north-western Tasmania begs to be discovered by visitors who seek a quiet holiday with nature just outside their doorstep in comfortable and quaint hotels in Smithton. Indulge yourself in the area’s natural beauty, which boasts dozens of little towns with rural village charm. Take a drive to the Arthur River or spend a day at the nearby Rocky Cape National Park with its rocky headlands, intriguing rock pools and thousands of wildflowers, or explore the dozens of caves formerly occupied by indigenous peoples within the park.
Using your exclusive HotelClub member benefits to book Smithton accommodation is an ideal way to schedule a restful holiday. The town is a fantastic base from which to explore this remote area of Tasmania. Take a stroll or a buggy ride through the Tarkine Forest Adventures at Dismal Swamp or tour Woolnorth Farm to learn about the area’s rich farming history and view the famous landmarked called The Nut. Kings Run will give you the opportunity to see Tasmanian Devils in their natural habitat. Milkshake Hills Forest Reserve provides great picnic spots and bushwalking tracks among eucalypts and rainforest.
Although Smithton accommodation is nearby a small airport, private pilots flying small aircraft primarily use the airstrip. Domestic flights must arrive at Burnie Airport, about 21 km from Smithton, and international fliers enter at Melbourne. The easiest way to reach Smithton is via car hire, taking National Highway 1. The journey lasts approximately one and a half hours.
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