The Latest from our Blog, Southern Exposure
Every week we do a round up of special offers, events and discounts happening in the Hobart and Southern Tasmania area. These can be as diverse as free coffee and champagne to a trip on a yacht to Tasmania’s South West Wilderness!
Paddock-to-plate pioneer, big city refugee, dreamer and idealist. Rodney Dunn is all these things and he shares the story of The Agrarian Kitchen. There is something very unusual about visiting Tasmania for the first time, it’s the way it gets under your skin and stays there niggling away, that this amazing place could be, no […]
The first people to build roads into the high country of Tasmania’s Central Highlands did so for one simple reason – to seek power, to harness the power of falling water. Story by Chris Viney. Great Lake water first turned the turbines at Waddamana in 1916. It was the beginning of a remarkable eight decade-long […]
As the days draw short and the locals rug up, Chris Viney’s ode to wine, whisky and glowing embers suggests a different way to enjoy Australia’s southernmost region. In Tasmaniaís warm summer sunshine, a blazing log fire might be the furthest thing from your thoughts. But autumn is approaching ñ and after that, the brisk […]
Did you know that Tasmanians own more boats per head of population than any other Australians? Our watercraft range from cruising yachts to cray boats, from tinnies to trimarans, from ketches to kayaks. And in the south of the island, the waterways we love include the broad estuary of the River Derwent, the calm reaches […]