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.
Visit Tasmania’s state museum, showcasing cultural, scientific, artistic and Antarctic treasures. The museum’s collections preserve the state’s cultural identify and heritage for all…
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 Burnie Regional Art Gallery has over 1000 works in its collection and acquires the finest examples in the fields of drawing, printmaking, photography, watercolour and gouache painting.
The Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum on the Hobart waterfront is one of the city’s leading tourist attractions, offering visitors a glimpse of the ‘heroic era’ of Antarctic exploration.
The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery is Australia’s largest regional museum.
The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery is Australia’s largest regional museum. It features two destinations within Launceston – a former 19th century railway workshop at Inveresk…