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Campbell Town: Convict Bricks, Chainsaw Sculptures & Colonial Charm

Red Bridge, Campbell Town. Image Credit: regor2013

Campbell Town was one of the early coaching stops between Hobart and Launceston, and is still popular as a driver reviver some two centuries later. However, this charming town has much to offer as a destination in its own right. Here are our five picks of things to do in Campbell Town.

Our Guide to the Oatlands Heritage & Bullock Festival

Oatlands Heritage & Bullock Festival

For one vibrant weekend in August, Tasmania’s history comes vividly to life in the 19th century sandstone village of Oatlands. Follow the Shadows of the Past to the Oatlands Heritage & Bullock Festival and discover a wealth of traditional trades and crafts, engaging displays and activities, live music and yummy food.

2024 Huon Valley Studio Art Trail

Huon Valley Studio Art Trail 📷 Darren Wright

Discover the Huon Valley Studio Art Trail: A Celebration of Creativity and Scenic Beauty.  The Huon Valley Studio Art Trail will take place on Saturday,

Ben Lomond Tasmania: 7 Attractions You Need to Experience

Ben Lomond Snow Sports. Image credit: Thomas Carpenter

The Ben Lomond National Park has something for everyone, from the thrill-seeking rock climber to the gentle snowman creator. The park is home to some of Tasmania’s most impressive scenery, as well as fantastic ski fields, stunning alpine walking tracks, and lovable wildlife. We’ve listed seven reasons to explore this breathtaking spot (remember to grab a Parks Pass).

4 Places to Visit the Snow in Southern Tasmania

Snow in Tasmania. kunanyi / Mt Wellington. Image Credit: @novalia.rachmawati

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.

7 Wonderful Winter Walks in Southern Tasmania

Summit of kunanyi / Mt Wellington. Image Credit: Luke Tscharke

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.

Discover Real Life Adventure at Chauncy Vale Wildlife Sanctuary

Flame Robin, Chauncy Vale Wildlife Sanctuary 📷 @sandra_celebrates_tasmania

Spend a day exploring the Chauncy Vale Wildlife Sanctuary at Bagdad and rediscover Tasmania’s inspiring landscape, natural beauty, and unique wildlife. Beloved children’s author Nan Chauncy and family called this special place home. Today, the sanctuary is open daily for everyone to enjoy.

10 Things to Do Along Tasmania’s Heritage Highway

Old Kempton Distillery 📷 Darren Wright

Charming colonial towns dot the road between Hobart and our old frenemy, Launceston. The days of convicts and bushrangers are long gone, but echoes of Tasmania’s colourful, chequered past remain along the Heritage Highway. Today, visitors can enjoy the best of old and new.

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.

7 things to do in Oatlands Tasmania

Callington Mill, Oatlands Tasmania 📷 Darren Wright

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

12 Things To Do At Longford

Woolmers Estate. Image Credit: Darren Wright Photos

Spend some time exploring the heritage town of Longford and immerse yourself in the charming English atmosphere. There’s plenty to do, from wandering the Georgian village, stepping back in time at grand convict-built estates, admiring beautiful gardens, relaxing by the river, and tracing the town’s racing past. We’ve listed 12 of our favourite things to do.

Shadows of the Past: The Midlands Silhouette Trail

Shadows of the past, Heritage Highway. Image Credit: Darren Wright

When travelling through the Southern Midlands, play a game of Eye Spy: The Silhouette Trail edition! The sixteen sculptures between Tunbridge and Kempton serve as poignant reminders of early colonial life on the Heritage Highway and bring the stories of this intriguing region to life.

3 Day Adventure Itinerary around Hobart

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

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

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

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