Tasmania's scenic eastern seaboard is a long, ragged strip of
peninsulas, islands, channels and windswept beaches, flanked by
rugged mountains enclosing gorges, waterfalls and forests. One
minute you are driving through bucolic farmland and quaint
convict-built villages or along the course of a twisting, shallow
river, and the next you find yourself in dense, lush rainforest.
The drive from Hobart to The Bay of Fires in the northeastern takes
approximately three hours.