Ferry service, Spirit of Tasmania is offering a fantastic deal to boost tourism on the island with free car travel from March 1 to June 30.
The fee included when transporting a car or motorbike will be waived during this period in the hopes that the money will be spent on local businesses.
All Australians travelling to Tasmania can redeem this through the Melbourne to Devonport crossing and Devonport to Melbourne.
The free car travel is said to save travellers an average of $240.
As border restrictions continued to ease, Spirit of Tasmania recorded booking numbers on vessels as steadily increasing.
The free car travel is locked in automatically when travellers book.
For more info about Spirit of Tasmania and booking, head to https://www.spiritoftasmania.com.au/.
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