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Luxury Holidays in Tasmania

Tasmania

Hazards loom large

Sea and spa ... (from left) a bird's-eye view of Saffire

Surrounded by granite, sand and ocean, Jane Reddy checks into a $32 million 'luxury shack' on the Freycinet Peninsula.

Outback

Top 20 stylish outback escapes

Kimberley-Coastal-Camp

From Tasmania to the Top End, Paul Myers finds remote destinations that deliver adventure with style.

Spa watch

Scrubs up a treat

Debbie Neilson and Phillip Hunter. The writers were guests of Spirit of Tasmania III and P&O Resorts. Debbie Neilson and Phillip Hunter test Cradle Mountain's new alpine spa.

Fun and fitness

All work and even more play

Pic shows beach yoga for  Travel 23 Jan Fitness Escapes.

James Shrimpton James Shrimpton tells how you can help body and spirit in a beautiful setting.

Photo galleries

$32 million luxury shack

Sea and spa ... (from left) a bird's-eye view of Saffire

Saffire, the Federal Group's $32 million boutique property is positioned to attract the well-heeled in search of bespoke accommodation, service and a little bit of adventure.

Map of Tasmania

Travel News

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