There are cellar doors – and then there are cellar doors to adore. Tasmania is home to nearly 240 vineyards, located in sublime and unique … read more
Things to See & Do in Tasmania
Separated from mainland Australia by the 240 kilometres (150 miles) stretch of Bass Strait, Tasmania is a land apart – a green island of wild, mountainous and beautiful landscapes, friendly people, temperate climate, quality food and wine, a spirited history, and a creative arts community.
In the south-east of the state, the capital city of Hobart is famous for its 19th century architecture, distinctive of this historical city. Today, Hobart prides itself on its vibrant cafè culture, low-cost living, fresh air, and pleasant waterside location.
Attractions in Tasmania:
Tasmanians didn’t set out to become an island of whisky producers, but they soon discovered that the clean and fresh produce available … read more
Freycinet National Park is a peninsula of pink granite mountains, pure white beaches, coastal dunes and dry Eucalypt forests on the island’s east … read more
The jagged contours of Cradle Mountain epitomise the feel of a wild landscape, while ancient rainforest and alpine heathlands, buttongrass, and stretches of … read more
Boasting the best surviving examples of large-scale convict transportation, and the colonial expansion of European powers through the presence and labour of … read more
Salamanca Place in Sullivans Cove is Hobart’s favourite hangout. It’s where the hip meet the homespun and everything in between. Lined with a long … read more
It’s the most public and provocative private art museum in the land – and it’s just landed right on a commanding sandstone escarpment beside the … read more
Pennicott Wilderness Journeys has launched a new gourmet seafood cruise, the Tasmanian Seafood Seduction, that give people a unique opportunity in the beautiful open … read more
It’s the people that make Tasmanian cider special. Discover these characters, the stories, the love and the passion that goes into crafting … read more