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Visiting Sydney, Tasmania, then ????

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I'm planning a trip to Australia in December 2013. I have already decided I'm going to go to Sydney and Tasmania.....but I'm not sure where my last location should be to round out the trip.

With Sydney, we get the city. With Tasmania, we get the coast (planning on touring the east coast of the state). So I need a third location that is not the city or a beach/coastline. I plan to stay there possibly 2-3 nights.

I do want to stay relatively close to Sydney or Melbourne to cut down on travel time back to The States.

I have thought about the Blue Mountains, but needed imput from you guys out there.

We love wildlife, hiking, and active sports. We don't really go in for wine tours or too frilly spas.

I welcome your thoughts!

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