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The Huon Valley region is one of rich fertile valleys, waterways, forests and mighty rivers. Many of the island’s gourmet food producers are in this region, including numerous berry and fruit farms.

Vineyards also abound and, in the sheltered waterways, Atlantic salmon farms can be seen. Exploring deep into the Huon Valley will lead you to the fascinating Tahune Forest Airwalk, where you can stroll for nearly a kilometre 40 metres up at treetop level, overlooking the Eucalypt forests, rare Huon pines and the majestic Huon River.

Head further south and you will find the Hastings cave systems that include a delightful glow worm cavern. After subterranean excursions, you can enjoy a dip in the natural hot springs.

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    Written by our specialists from their own experiences of visiting Huon Valley, these guides will help you make the most of your time there. We share both our practical recommendations and the best ways to appreciate Huon Valley at its best.

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