With some of Tasmania’s biggest wine producing regions and most visited national parks at its doorstep, Launceston is the island’s second largest city and has a character all of its own.
The deep-water port would become a central part of Hobart’s maritime history and over time develop into the bustling, vibrant waterfront precinct that locals and visitors today enjoy so much.
The small northern coastal city of Devonport is ideally located on the Mersey River with wonderful views of the Bass Strait Coast.
On Victoria Dock, PEARL + CO is the latest addition to Hobart’s evolving five-star ‘bar and shared plates’ scene. Large, opening, glass walls allow you to enjoy the waterfront.
Escape to iconic Quamby Estate and stay in one of 10 luxuriously appointed homestead rooms. Lovingly restored, Quamby is one of Tasmania’s most historically significant properties…
The House of Anvers is a must-visit for all chocoholics. It is situated directly between Devonport and Latrobe on the north-west coast of Tasmania.