As you browse the site, add accommodation, tours, events and attractions to your personalised trip by clicking the heart icon. When you’re done, click the heart icon in the menu at the top of the website to view your wishlist.

Review your list, remove any items you no longer need, then select “View your itinerary” to see your trip on a map, or send it to a friend.

Food & Drink

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.

Weekend Guide to Hobart Markets

Salamanca Market

Your Weekend Guide to Hobart Markets, southern Tasmania Hobart is known for its vibrant arts scene and local Markets. Hobart Markets stand out as windows

Markets on the Heritage Highway

Evandale market. Image Credit: Tourism Tasmania & Adrian Cook

Heritage Highway Markets Take an enchanting journey along the Heritage Highway, immersing yourself in the captivating world of its local markets. These charming village markets

The Bruny Island Baker

The Bruny Baker. Image Credit: James Vodicka

A humble roadside stall made from two old fridges, the Bruny Island Baker embodies the island’s charm and delights the taste buds of all who

Your Guide to Glenorchy Tasmania

Glenorchy Tasmania

Welcome to Glenorchy, the perfect destination for families looking to experience Tasmania’s stunning natural landscapes and vibrant culture. Glenorchy strikes the perfect balance between thrilling

Launceston to Hobart: The Heritage Highway Road Trip

Tasmania’s Heritage Highway between Hobart and Launceston makes a great road trip—especially in our modern cars, rather than a horse and cart! We’ve put together some tips on places to stop and things to do in Tasmania’s Midlands.

Paint The Town Red 2023

JUNE 2023 1st – 30th June 2023 As the winter months set in, nipaluna / Hobart and southern Tasmania are getting ready to celebrate with

Huon Valley Wine and Cider Trail

Kate Hill Wines - Huon Valley

The Huon Valley has a long (and delicious) history with all things apple growing, and this heritage really shines through in the amazing varieties of fresh local cider. Let’s not forget about the Huon Valley’s other talents, with the area boasting some top conditions for producing cool-climate wines. A tasting tour of the Huon Valley’s tipples is sure to be a brilliant day – here are four places to visit!

Ultimate Guide to Dark Mofo 2023

Dark Mofo Nude Swim

Dark Mofo is a celebration of public art, live music, performance, and nocturnal revelry, during the coldest, darkest time of the year. Commemorating 10 years

Explore Mount Field National Park

Mt Field. Image Credit: @tassie_wild

Mount Field National Park is a nature lovers’ wonderland in the heart of Tasmania. This beautiful and diverse park is renowned for its breathtaking waterfalls,

A gourmet guide to Bruny Island

Bruny Island Tasmania

Get Shucked Bruny Island. Image Credit: Tourism Australia & Samuel Shelley Bruny Island is not just a place of natural beauty, it is also a

Ultimate Guide to Richmond Village Tasmania

Richmond Bridge. Image Credit: @darrenwrightphotos

The popular Richmond Village has a whole lot of charm, with its quaint Georgian streetscape, iconic sandstone bridge and fascinating echoes of early colonial life. Located a scenic 30 minute drive from Hobart (with plenty of mouth-watering food and wine on the way), it’s the perfect day trip!

Top 10 Things to Do in Hobart Tasmania

Hobart waterfront at sunset. Image Credit: Luke Tscharke

Australia’s southern-most capital city is a real charmer, nestled between the scenic River Derwent and majestic kunanyi/Mt Wellington. Discover natural beauty, hip restaurants and bars, eclectic art, historic gems, and friendly locals.

Top 10 things to do on Bruny Island

Neck Beach, Adventure Bay. Image Credit: Tourism Tasmania and Andrew Wilson

Discover popular things to do on Bruny Island, southern Tasmania.  lunawuni / Bruny Island is a treasure trove of natural beauty, abundant wildlife, talented local

The Ultimate Day Out at Mona Museum

A day out at Mona—aka the Museum of Old and New Art—is a must do when visiting Hobart. Architecture nerds, artsy types, and foodies will be particularly in their element. We’ve put together some tips for the ultimate day out at Mona—it really is one of the best things to do in Hobart!

7 things to do in Oatlands

Oatlands is a charming heritage town located along the Heritage Highway.  It is one of Tasmania’s oldest settlements with over 150 sandstone buildings gracing its

Sign up for our mailing list

Subscribe for updates on what's happening in hobart and beyond