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Paint The Town Red 2024

Paint The Town Red 2024 📷 Barry Becker

Monday 10th – Sunday 30th June 2024 Paint the Town Red 2024 As the winter months set in, nipaluna / Hobart and southern Tasmania celebrate

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.

Featured Photographer: Darren Wright

South Cape Bay. Image Credit: Darren Wright

Southern Tasmania Featured Photographer  Hobart and Beyond appreciate the incredible imagery supplied by the talented photographers of southern lutruwita / Tasmania. Throughout this series, we

Featured Photographer: Gill Dayton

River Derwent, nipaluna / Hobart. Image Credit: Gill Dayton

Southern Tasmania Featured Photographer  Hobart and Beyond appreciate the incredible imagery supplied by the talented photographers of southern lutruwita / Tasmania. Throughout this series, we

Featured Photographer: Luke Tscharke

Mortimer Bay. Image Credit: Luke Tscharke

Southern Tasmania Featured Photographer  Hobart and Beyond appreciate the incredible imagery supplied by the talented photographers of southern lutruwita / Tasmania. Throughout this series, we

Featured Photographer: Oliver Whone

South Cape Bay, Southwest National Park. Image Credit: Oliver Whone.

Southern Tasmania Featured Photographer  Hobart and Beyond appreciate the incredible imagery supplied by the talented photographers of southern lutruwita / Tasmania. Throughout this series, we

Southern Tasmania Featured Photographers

Bruny Island Coastline. Image Credit: Cam Blake

Southern Tasmania Featured Photographers  Southern Tasmania boasts an abundance of untouched natural beauty that has long captivated the hearts and lenses of talented photographers. In

Featured Photographer: Simon Gregory

Southern Tasmania. Image Credit: Simon Gregory

Southern Tasmania Featured Photographer  Hobart and Beyond appreciate the incredible imagery supplied by the talented photographers of southern lutruwita / Tasmania. Throughout this series, we

Discover things to do in Evandale Tasmania

Evandale. Image Credit: Darren Wright

Welcome to the picturesque town of Evandale, sitting in the North on Tasmania’s Heritage Highway. From historic charm to natural beauty, Evandale offers a delightful

9 Things To Do In The Heritage Village of Ross

Ross Tasmania. Image Credit: @darrenwrightphotos

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.

9 Things to Do at Lake Dulverton

Lake Dulverton. Image Credit: Alastair Bett

Adjacent to the heritage tow of Oatlands, you’ll find picturesque Lake Dulverton, a waterbird sanctuary and wonderful spot to visit and relax. Enjoy the lakeside walk, do some birdwatching, have a picnic, and see if you can spot the quirky characters submerged in and hanging out by the water. We’ve put together a few tips on how to make the most of your lakeside time.

Whale Watching In Southern Tasmania

Humpback Whale calf. Image Credit: Tourism Tasmania & bodhiimages

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.

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

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.

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.

Guide to Visiting the Port Arthur Historic Site

Port Arthur. Image Credit: @darrenwrightphotos

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!

Hobart to Cockle Creek: An Adventurous Itinerary

Cockle Creek. Image Credit: @darrenwrightphotos

Did you know, from Hobart, you can drive to the end of the southern-most road in Australia in just two hours? We reckon the journey is half the fun though, so take your time! Stop at attractions along the way and discover some real gems. We’ve put together a little itinerary for your Cockle Creek adventure.

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