Tasmania might not be front of mind for those thinking about learning how to surf, but it should be. Tasmanian beaches are some of the best in Australia; it has a robust local surf scene and is home to numerous breaks with plenty of space for all levels of...
Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, is Australia's second oldest capital and the largest city in Tasmania, yet it often feels more like a big village, reflecting the overall compact nature of the Apple Isle. Hobart’s centre and nearby surrounds are endlessly walkable and are reassuringly familiar after just a...
Hobart is the hip destination that everyone is heading to in Tasmania. But just half an hour’s drive away from Hobart, following the course of the meandering Derwent River, the Derwent Valley Tasmania is a valley that’s little explored by visitors. Historic towns, amazing 150-year-old oast houses for drying hops,...
Visitors who are keen on history and looking for things to do in Tasmania with a focus on the island's rich past, a Tasmania 3 Day Itinerary from Hobart to Port Arthur is a great way to explore. The convict trail passes through the town of Richmond, which is one...
Love a room with a view of the water? As the only Australian state entirely surrounded by water, Tasmania has lots to choose from. Here are our pick of the five best Tasmania hotels with water views. 1-Henry Jones Art Hotel, Hobart Since its reincarnation from IXL jam factory to hip 21st-century...
The capital of Tasmania, Hobart is a waterfront city rich in history. From vibrant markets to waterside restaurants and ghost tours, there’s plenty to keep you occupied in and around the city. When planning what to do in Tasmania, make sure to leave enough time for all the things to...
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