An hour’s drive south east of Hobart airport, the wild and windswept Tasman Peninsula, best known for the World Heritage-listed historic site at Port Arthur, is undergoing a quiet revolution. You could spend several days enjoying the historic, fun and quirky things to do in Port Arthur.That’s one of...
Regarded as the home of the world's best sparkling wines outside only Champagne itself, there's no wine region less crowded yet more picturesque in the whole of Australia. Tasmania's North East has some of the best wineries Tasmania has to offer.What's more, Tasmanian sparkling wine and Tasmanian Pinot Noir...
One of the most popular things to do in Tasmania is to see its wildlife. Did you know Tasmania has 33 native terrestrial mammals and 41 marine mammals? Tasmanian wildlife includes pademelons, eastern quolls, bettongs and Tasmanian devils. Wildlife in Tasmania extends to birds - there are 12 species...
Of all the places to visit in Tasmania, to me, Tasmania’s North West region is the most diverse and captivating. There’s the largest cool temperate rainforest in the southern hemisphere, button grass plains and rugged coastal shores. North West Tasmania is an area steeped in history, with great food...
A hike through Tasmania’s Middle Earth at Corinna Tasmania is an enchanting forest escape. The forest whispers calming thoughts as I hike into a lush sun-drenched landscape of eucalypts, stringy barks, lichens and ferns. Possums, tawny frogmouths, wallabies and Tasmanian devils rustle in the bushes. Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagles soar in...
Although there are many things to do in Tasmania, golfers will appreciate playing golf at Australia's best public golf course. Barnbougle Dunes and Barnbougle Lost Farm are two amazing golf courses built by a north-eastern Tasmanian farming family with a hospitality background, who figured they had a pretty decent spot...
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Gold Stem facials, private islands and outdoor bathtubs with zillion-dollar views….these are some of the impressive things to do in Tasmania. Or perhaps you’d prefer...