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Discover the best opportunities for Tasmania’s Off Season

Tasmania in winter is anything but chill. See it for yourself with these heart-warming flight deals!

Times are tough for travellers. But with the world preparing to reopen in 2021, we’re here to keep you dreaming and planning for your next adventure – whether that’s a staycation or flying off to parts unknown. Until then, we’ve got the latest COVID-19 travel advice and updates to keep you up to date and ready to go.

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You can tailor your journey to Tasmania around your passions, whether it’s Aurora hunting and stargazing, taking romantic winter road trips, or admiring the local wildlife. Start planning your next adventure right now with these Tasmanian Off Season offers!

What is the best way to get to Tasmania?

Since Tasmania is the only island state in Australia, it is accessible both by air and by water. The quickest way is to jump on a direct flight from Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane.

Scheduled flights of around one hour depart every day from Melbourne to Hobart, Launceston, Devonport, and Burnie (Wynyard). There are also daily services operating from Sydney and Brisbane to Hobart and Launceston. Additionally, you can fly to King Island from Melbourne, Launceston and Burnie (Wynyard Airport).

Do not miss out on the great Tasmanian Off Season opportunities!

There are five airports in Tasmania:

Narawntapu National Park is rich in both Aboriginal and European heritage, as well as offering the visitor a unique opportunity to discover some of the animals that make Tasmania a haven for wildlife.
As well as being a place full of both Aboriginal and European heritage, Narawntapu National Park is an excellent location for observing a variety of easily spotted animals, such as Forester kangaroos, Bennetts wallabies and wombats. Visitors should keep at least 2 metres away from wildlife.
Location: Narawntapu National Park. Photo credit: Jess Bonde

The Tasmanian Off Season FAQ

What is the Off Season in Tasmania?

You can enjoy Tasmania at any time of the year, but winter is extra special. The Off Season is a time to gather around blazing log fires and slow-cooked feasts, to revel in festivals and toast the warmth with Tassie wine and whisky. Furthermore, local businesses celebrate the Off Season with winter-only specials and authentic experiences for travellers. So when you spot the Off Season logo at restaurants and other venues, that means something exciting is waiting for you.

How do I find the best flight deals for the Off Season in Tasmania?

In these uncertain times, most airlines are giving passengers more flexibility to change or rebook travel. You can also use Skyscanner’s tools to find the best offers on flights.

1. Go to the Skyscanner website or app and enter a preferred Tasmanian airport as your chosen destination.

2. Enter your travel dates or just select the whole month/cheapest month if you are flexible. Our colour-coded calendar will help you to choose optimal travel dates by showing the cheapest days to fly. Feel free to switch to the chart view for a more detailed comparison of which days have the most affordable options.

3. Voilà! You can now see the best Tasmanian Off Season flight deals in the search results in ascending order.

How many airports does Tasmania have?

There are five airports in Tasmania — Hobart, Launceston, Devonport, Wynyard (Burnie) and King Island. For flights schedule, local transportation info and taxi prices, head to

How to plan safe and travel smart?

Skyscanner lets you easily compare airline safety ratings to find out what measures each airline takes. You can also see hotel cleanliness ratings and hotel cancellation options. Moreover, most car rental companies available on Skyscanner allow free or discounted cancellations up until 48 hours before the day of pick up.

Do I need G2G PASS to enter Tasmania?

Yes, you do. Travellers who receive their G2G PASS QR code before travelling can quickly pass through Tasmanian ports on arrival. Anyone arriving without a G2G PASS QR code is asked by Biosecurity Tasmania officers to register on the website. Submissions can be also created and managed via the G2G app. Entry and quarantine requirements depend on where you’ve been in the last 14 days before you travelled to Tasmania. Areas are classified as low, medium, or high risk in terms of COVID-19 cases or community transmission levels in those areas (subject to public health advice).

The Off Season is calling!

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