Here’s a 3-day adventure-packed itinerary in and around Hobart, Southern Tasmania, designed to appeal to adventure lovers. This itinerary will take you within 1.5 hours
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.
Dog-friendly Outdoor Adventures Everyone loves a good outdoor adventure, even more when you can bring your doggo along. While our four-legged friends are not permitted
It’s spring in Tasmania and the perfect time to explore. We’ve listed the best things to do in Hobart in spring.
Explore the rich tapestry of Markets in Hobart and Southern Tasmania Hobart and Southern Tasmania are a treasure trove of cultural diversity, natural beauty, and
Tasmania is a great place to enjoy a family vacation with plenty of activities for kids to enjoy, even the hard-to-please teenagers in the family.
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.
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!
There are plenty of things Tassie does well and epic sunrises (and sunsets) are certainly one of them. While red sky in the morning is
Seeing a whale is such a thrill, especially if they’re feeling playful. Sadly, whaling in the 19th century had a drastic impact on the population. Thankfully, these gentle giants are returning to our waters in growing numbers, passing through on their annual migration and delighting humble whale watchers. Here is our guide to whale watching in Southern Tasmania.
Welcome to Southern Tasmania, where our winter months and events come alive with fire, food, art and music. You might think winter is a time
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.
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!
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.
It is that time of the year again – the time when the leaves of our deciduous trees blaze with vibrance and our famous Fagus
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The Tasman Region is famed for its breathtaking coastal scenery, including the tallest sea cliffs in the southern hemisphere and pristine secluded beaches. Exploring this pocket of the world on foot is an immersive and unforgettable experience. We’ve picked five of our favourite walks to get you going.
One of the many perks of Tasmania being an island is our abundance of beautiful beaches. We have sheltered family favourites, long stretches of white sand to stroll on, secluded coves, and surfing hot spots—all within easy driving distance of Hobart.
Callington Mill Distillery Easily recognisable by its famous windmill facade built in 1837, there is now just as much to enjoy on the inside as
It’s no secret that waterfalls are at their best after rain (be careful, tracks can get muddy), which is why winter is the best time
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
Tasmania is home to over 200+ waterfalls that are dotted around the state. With some of the most beautiful, lush rainforests you will find anywhere
Southern Tasmania’s European history dates back just over two centuries. The presence of the past is strong everywhere you travel, from the convict-built sandstone warehouses
Tasmania is brimming with stunning natural scenery, fresh produce and artistic culture, but behind all that Tasmania has an interesting history. In fact, Hobart is