A Cheapskate's Guide to
Exploring Tasmania By Car

For pre-planning or use on the run, this free site is a useful, on-demand travel guide
for touring Tasmania by car, caravan, RV, or hitch-hiking.

Tiger Track Stamps

Unique to Tasmania
Tiger Track Stamps
is a delightfully quirky and free/low-cost way of recording your Tasmanian adventures


List of Contents

A guide to travel, sightseeing and services - what to do, where to stay and a little history of Tasmanian cities and towns.

Front Page

Includes list of contents, Tasmanian Freedom Camping Locations Series and a free, downloadable map of Tasmania

The Towns and Regions

Looks at the towns, camping, accommodation, eating out, sightseeing, history, toilets & dump points, information centres, doctors, vets, real e

Download Free Map

This (external) link will give you access to free maps of Tasmania, Hobart City Centre, Launceston City Centre, Burnie and Devonport to print or store on your device.

Fun Pages
For Kids and their Adults

A range of free and low cost things to make and do, for kids and their adults, when driving or confined to camp.

Free and Cheap
Camping

you can choose from camp-grounds provided by councils, commercial operators or formal, and informal free camp sites.

Dump Points ~ Van Repairs ~ Public Toilets

An easy access guide to Dump-Points, Van Repairs and Public Toilets.

Environment and Produce

Loads of links to Tasmanian food, beer and wine trails for you to follow and enjoy.

Fossicking in Tasmania

Many of the locations this guide will be visiting offer the chance to do a little fosicking for such things as gold, sapphires, topaz, jasper, turquoise, agate and a range of other tumbling material for lapidarists.

Tiger Track Stamps

A Quirky, Free/Low-Cost Way for you to keep track of your amazing tasmanian adventures, as you hunt down over 70 Tiger Track Stamps and with luck - or skill maybe - find the elusive Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) - the most valuable stamp of all.

 

Tasmanian Artist, Kaye Green, Finds a Quirky, Free/Low-Cost Way For You To Keep Track Of Your Amazing Tasmanian Adventures
with
TIGER TRACK STAMPS
Think Fun, low-tech geocaching

Kaye's idea is based on her experience of living in Japan and the enjoyment of collecting impressions from rubber stamps that were available at most tourist destinations and temples.

Her vision of introducing this exciting concept to her home state, Tasmania, has now been turned into a reality, with over 130 participants actively involved and many more on the way.

In Search of The Elusive Tasmanian Tiger

Add an extra focus to your Tasmanian adventure as you hunt down over seventy Tiger Track Stamps and with luck - or skill maybe - find the elusive Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) - the most valuable stamp of all.

Recording Your Stamps and Tasmanian Adventures

You can pick up your stamp collecting booklet on the Spirit I and II, Tourist Information Centres and at the participating tourist destinations (with a list of stamp locations), or use your own journal or diary - your choice.

When using your own journal you can get an updated list online, as shown in 'How Can I Get Stamped', below

If you are coming across on the Spirit of Tasmania, just park your rig below, settle in to your accommodation, then head for the gift shop to begin collecting the Tiger Track Stamps.

Click The Tiger Track For Your
Stamp Location List
(FREE to save to your device in PDF)

How Can I Get STAMPED?

The unique stamp and an ink pad will be conveniently located on a table, stand or desk at each participating location and you are free to stamp your booklet or your own diary or travel journal.

A list of participating sites will be included with each little booklet pack or you can get the updated list simply by clicking on the TIGER TRACK (left)

A Small Selection of The Tiger Track Stamps
There are over 70 stamps. Can you track them all down?
Can you find the elusive Tasmanian Tiger?

     

 

 

 

Click Stamp For Tiger Track Website


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