A visit to the convict-built village of Ross offers a captivating glimpse into another time. Ross was originally established as a garrison in 1812, and also became an important coach horse change and livestock market. Today, Ross is registered on the National Estate and is one of the finest heritage villages in Australia. Here are 10 things to do when you visit this charming town.
The sun is out, the flowers are blooming and the kids are on holidays! It’s the perfect time to get out and explore Southern Tasmania.
Summer is almost upon us so if you’ve been in hibernation over the cooler months, it’s time to dust off your hiking boots and hit
A trip along the Heritage Highway through Tasmania’s Midlands isn’t complete without popping into the local bakeries along the way. Treat yourself to the nostalgic
Bruny Island is not only a place of natural beauty, it is also a foodie haven and when visiting the small island, you might be
Tasmania is renowned for its incredible scenery and multi-day drive journeys and now there is a new experience to enjoy. The Heartlands Drive Journey is
Mother Nature certainly is spectacular and in southern Tasmania, you’ll see some of her finest achievements. From staggering sea cliffs to rugged mountain ranges and
There is no time like the present to get back to nature! What could be better than pitching a tent (or parking your fancy van)
Tasmania’s exquisite cool climate wines are quite something (and have collected a nice array of awards). If you’re fond of a vino, head south. We’ve
Southern Tasmania is a real foodie paradise. Choose from a range of guided food experiences or plot out your own plan of attack for a
Where do kids get that endless energy from (and how do we get some)? When the youths are bouncing off the walls, antagonising their siblings,
We have been spending more time at home recently which has meant more time with our beloved pets. We’ve grown even more attached to them
Bruny Island makes a wonderful adventure. Catch the ferry across from Kettering (a 35-minute drive south from Hobart) and visit all of your favourite island
Tasmania’s Far South is just a 1–2 hour drive from Hobart, but feels worlds away. This peaceful pocket at the bottom of the world is
Somerset on the Pier offers stunning accommodation in a prime location right on the Hobart waterfront. The serviced apartments are perfect for a romantic weekend or an extended stay.
Things to do in Hobart around the cricket – make a trip of it Hobart matches – dates/location What there is to see and do
Exploring Tasmania in winter is snow worries when you keep up-to-date with official information and follow safety advice. We’ve put together some tips on staying safe, particularly around driving in the snow in Tasmania.
Visiting kunanyi/Mt Wellington is one of the best things to do in Hobart, especially in winter. We’ve put together some tips on exploring Wellington Park, including how to get to the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington in the snow.
There are some pretty special accommodation options in Hobart and surrounds. Discover quirky delights, boutique hotels, grand heritage homes and luxurious hideaways — charming places brimming with character, stories and history. We’ve listed 16 unique places to stay in Southern Tasmania.
Are you always on the lookout for new places to walk your dog in Hobart? There are tonnes of dog-friendly walks in Hobart and surrounds to choose from, so we’ve put together a list of 30 walks to help you sniff out your next adventure.
The Port Arthur Historic Site is located on the Tasman Peninsula, just a 90 minute drive from Hobart. Escape was near impossible from this 19th century prison, but today you might not want to leave—exploring this World Heritage-listed Convict Site is one of the best things to do in Tasmania!
The Three Capes Track is one of the best multi-day walks in Tasmania. Walk on the wild side during the day, then relax in comfort overnight. Exploring the Tasman Peninsula is one of the best things to do near Hobart, so we’ve put together some tips on extending your visit around this bucket-list hike.
Embark upon the ultimate road trip through Tasmania’s Western Wilds. Take your time on this iconic wilderness journey and let the epic story unfold. Exploring the Western Wilds is one of the best things to do in Tasmania.
Did you know that there are more than 100 Augmented Reality (AR) experiences currently in Tasmania? The bulk of these are located in the south, spread throughout different regions. Download the Uist app and discover a whole new world.