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Where Are Some Good Driving Roads In Tasmania


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My girlfriend and I are going on a holiday to Tasmania and I told her I want to take the car because I heard that there are some great driving roads to explore. Does anyone have any ideas on which roads I should take a drive on?

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Stay off the highways and you'll find plenty. :)

Not true Wogboy, stay off the bass highway and the midlands. Certain sections of the Tasman and the Murchison highways are great to drive, through Hellyer Gorge. from ST Helens to Scottsdale. both great bits of road. St Marys pass and Elephant pass road on the east coast are two great bits of road.

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