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She’s Golden, Love: 10 Spots to Visit During Autumn

Autumn in Tasmania. Image Credit: @khulmie-Instagram

Autumn in Tassie is really something special. We know our lovely isle has a heart of gold, and in autumn the outside matches the inside! There’s magic in the air as deciduous trees transform their greenery into enchanting displays of glowing golds, rusty reds and vibrant oranges. Here are 10 spots to set your heart on fire and crunch some serious leaf.

Southern Tasmania Touring Maps

Gordon River Road. Image Credit: Stu Gibson

Whether you’re a seasoned traveller or a first-time visitor, our downloadable touring maps are your key to unlocking the secrets of Southern Tasmania. From the

Southern Tasmanian Vineyards and Cellar Doors

Bream Creek Vineyard. Image Credit: Darren Wright

Picture this: you, relaxing in the sunshine, elegantly sipping a glass of vino (like royalty!) while surveying the beautiful view across the very vineyard from whence it came. With the festive season fast approaching, it’s probably best—responsible even—to ease into it at one (or several) of Southern Tassie’s amazing wineries. Experiences range from cellar door tastings, to vineyard tours, to incredible platters and meals showcasing the top-notch local produce. Here are our tips on where to pick your plonk.

Art and Craft Activities in Southern Tasmania

Pottery. Image Credit: Freepik

Southern Tasmania has long been a haven for artists and craftspeople, drawing inspiration from the region’s stunning landscape and unique cultural heritage. Explore Southern Tasmania’s

7 Wonderful Winter Walks in Southern Tasmania

There really is no need to hibernate during winter—fresh snowfall adds extra magic to our wild landscapes, that clean Tassie air is extra crisp, and you don’t need to get up quite as early to catch the sunrise. Not to mention, exploring on foot is a great way to warm up! We’ve listed a few of our favourite walks to do during the cooler months.

50 Things to Do with Kids in Hobart & Surrounds

Hyperdrive Kart Racing

School holidays… What a time to be alive! Don’t worry, we have you covered, with 50 things to do with the kids in and around Hobart (in no particular order). A lot of these family friendly activities are free or easy on the budget. Now go out and have some good old fashioned family fun!

4 Places to Visit the Snow in Southern Tasmania

There’s just something magic about a snow day. Although snow rarely settles at sea level in Tassie, it does settle sporadically at higher points throughout the cooler months (and sometimes even during freak cold days in summer). We’ve put together a few tips on where to find your very own winter wonderland.

Ultimate Guide to Waterfalls of Southern Tasmania

Horseshoe Falls. Image Credit: @sheldonisitt

Hey now, what did you just whisper? You’re bored with sticking to the rivers and the lakes that you’re used to? We hear you, and have just the thing to help you follow your adventurous dreams. We’ve picked 24 wet and wild waterfalls for you to chase.

Get Back to Nature at Maydena, Tasmania

Maydena Bike Park Mandatory. Image Credit: Tim Bardsley-Smith

Maydena is a small village on the banks of the Tyenna River that punches above its weight in its proximity to Tasmania’s finest natural places. Read on to discover four reasons to make Maydena your base for exploring Tasmania’s spectacular World Heritage wilderness.

Go into the Wild at Strathgordon

Gordon River Road, on way to Strathgordon. Image Credit Stu Gibson

Strathgordon is literally the place at the end of the road, nestled deep within Tasmania’s rugged southwest on the edge of World Heritage Wilderness Area. Adventure awaits around Lake Pedder, with hiking, fishing, boating, kayaking, and swimming—not to mention the world’s highest commercial abseil to conquer!

Couch Adventurer: TV & Films Shot in Southern Tasmania

Couch adventurer

We don’t mean to brag, but the small screen loves us. The silver screen, too. We’re a raw, natural talent (humble, too). We’ve put together some tips to help you discover the amazing places you’ve seen in the cinema and on TV over the last few years (act cool though, don’t be one of those oddball celebrity stalkers).

Six Reasons to Explore the Derwent Valley & Central Highlands

Are you dreaming of adventure? Take a scenic drive through the Derwent Valley and onwards right to the very heart of Tasmania. Along the way, enjoy food and wine, wilderness and wildlife, fascinating heritage, and lots of adventure! Here are six very good reasons to explore this spectacular region.

River Life: Five Things to Do Around Scenic New Norfolk

As one of the oldest settlements in Tasmania, the riverside town of New Norfolk has a colourful past – it’s certainly worth scratching the surface to reveal the different layers to this region! With many a treasure from yesteryear to be unearthed, here are our picks of things to do around New Norfolk.

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