The Bass Strait Maritime Centre explores the natural history of the Bass Strait and its islands – shipwrecks and naval history and the local history of the Devonport area can all be explored through interactive displays.
Visit the Maritime Museum of Tasmania on Hobart’s waterfront, to explore the vibrant history of the region’s seafaring past. Tasmania has a rich maritime history and its many treasures and amazing stories come to life as you stroll through the Maritime Museum.
The award-winning Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra has been entertaining Tasmanians since the late 1940s.
Embark on a historical journey through bygone eras at Beaconsfield Mie and Heritage Centre. Visitors can savour the fascinating stories of past lives an experiences through interactive exhibits, interesting displays and enthralling tours.
The Launceston Tramway Museum restores and revives trams from days gone by, and tells the stories of Launceston’s trams that ran from 1911 to 1952. Those running are beautifully restored and those under restoration can be viewed from the museum’s heritage workshop. Guests can ride on the ‘double bogie’ Tram 29, and be sure to […]
The Royal Tasmania Botanical Gardens is a well-loved location, with sweeping views of the River Derwent and 14 hectares of world-class cool climate gardens.
Morrison’s Huon Pine Sawmill is a family owned and operated business dedicated to salvaging the prized timber.