Hursey Seafoods, in the historic town of Stanley, is a fishing fleet and restaurant, takeaway and outlet institution. With its fleet of nine vessels, it provides Tasmania with unparalleled access to the state’s freshest seafood. In 1974 James Senior and Valerie Hursey relocated from Dover to Stanley. In 1987 they expanded their fishing fleet to […]
Prior to its most recent revival by local owners Kerry and Alastair Houston, the Ship Inn Stanley has gone by many names since its erection in 1849. Today, perched next to the gorgeous planes of the Nut State Reserve, seven luxurious suites sit brimming with character. Part of the Inn, each room is hand-curated with […]
East Coast Natureworld is set amongst 150 acres of natural parkland and lagoons, on the Great Eastern Drive at Bicheno
Take an adventurous ride exploring the stunning white beaches and striking granite peaks of Freycinet National Park
Freycinet Aqua Taxi runs water transportation services in Freycinet National Park, departing from Coles Bay. It’s the fastest way to Wineglass Bay!
Discover Tasmania’s wild heart at the Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery, a gallery dedicated to celebrating Tasmanian stories through the expression of art
Black Cow Bistro showcases grass fed, hormone free, dry aged, premium Tasmanian beef. Located in the historic art deco Luck’s Butchery shop in Launceston, Tasmania, the bistro’s philosophy is that free range happy animals make better meat – even if they aren’t ‘super sized’. Sporting a wine list with an emphasis on Tasmanian tipples and […]