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.
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 […]
There are various cruising options available. The Heritage Cruise sails down Macquarie Harbour and along Gordon River in the morning or afternoon.
Tamar Valley Truffles was established in 2001 with the planting of 3000 oak trees. The company is one of Australia’s leading producers of the world.
There’s nothing quite like a steam railway adventure to transport you immediately to days gone by. And one of the very best is right here in Tasmania.
Here’s a great idea for that unique memento of your trip to Tasmania. The Olde Time Portraits studio will mark that fact with a fun shot of you and yours stepping back in time.
Every Saturday morning in the heart of the Tamar Valley, Harvest Launceston Community Farmers’ Market brightens a quiet inner city car park and brings the farm to you.