Get ready to hit the road with an epic adventure in Tasmania! A road trip is the best way to explore everything Tasmania has to offer. With a lot of ground to cover, and many destinations to choose from for your holiday, there’s never been a better time to get out and go in a motorhome, or campervan.
Tasmania has so much to offer - from stunning beaches to rugged mountain ranges; a trip to Tasmania will not disappoint. Unique to Tasmania, you'll find the iconic Wine Glass Bay, Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park, and the chance to see a wombat or two! If you're looking for stunning walking trails, Tasmania has you covered. If you're looking for waterfalls, snowy mountains and beautiful coastlines with bright orange granite rocks, Tassie is the place for you. Wanting to visit wineries, lavender farms and art galleries - you guessed it, Tasmania has it all!
Explore beyond where you've been before, book your Tasmanian road trip today!
3 Ways to Enjoy an Apollo Motorhome Holiday in Tasmania
1. Enjoy a back to base itinerary with pick up and drop off from Hobart
2. Travel one-way between our Melbourne and Hobart branches
3. Fly to Hobart and take a one-way rental back to your home state
P.S. Did you know you can earn Qantas Points on eligible Apollo rentals? Learn more about the Apollo and Qantas partnership.
Weather & Seasons in Tasmania
To get the most out of your time in Tasmania, we could recommend planning and taking note of the seasons and typical weather you may experience during your trip.
Tasmania has four distinct seasons (and we love them all for different reasons!). It's worth noting that while Tasmania does have four distinct seasons, given its proximity to the Southern Ocean, the weather in Tassie can vary greatly on any given day, and in any season. The warmest months are through Summer - December, January, and February - however, even in Summer, Tasmania can have cold, windy and wet weather. Autumn and Spring typically bring still and sunny days, while in winter Tassie turns into a winter wonderland with snow found in higher altitude regions.
It's important to remember that no matter when you visit the Tasmania, we would recommend that you stay hydrated, be sun smart and dress for the conditions - it's worth packing a warm jacket as well as a wind and rain proof jacket no matter when you're visiting beautiful Tasmania.