Hot air ballooning in Tasmania: A guide to the top experiences, locations and deals

This is everything you need to know about taking flight over our most southern state.

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Hot air ballooning in Tasmania is officially back for seasonal flights. You can now take flight with the wind between December and April, perfect for those warm summer mornings. Keep reading to find out exactly what experiences and deals are currently available.

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Frequently asked questions about hot air ballooning in Tasmania

Where can I do hot air ballooning in Tasmania?

You can now enjoy a hot air balloon flight over the North Midlands which departs from Launceston.

What should I wear when hot air ballooning?

It is highly recommended that you wear enclosed footwear; boots or sneakers are preferred. Although there won't be a breeze, it's suggested that you bring a light jacket for the early morning temperatures.

Are there any restrictions for hot air ballooning?

Almost anyone can join in on the hot air ballooning fun. However, women who are pregnant and individuals who have had a serious injury are not permitted to fly. You must be able to enter and exit the basket.

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