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.
Freycinet Adventures is a multi award-winning ecotourism business that delivers a range of guided sea kayaking tours on the east coast of Tasmania.
Based on the docks in Hobart, Hobart Yachts provides sailing experiences to suit everyone, from three-hour sails on the harbour, to extended journeys to Tasmania’s wild places.
Tarkine Forest Adventures is an eco-tourism centre in Tasmania’s north-west.
Australian wine guru James Halliday rates the vineyard’s rieslings – created in the style of Germany’s Mosel Valley wines – up to 97 points.
Just a 20-minute drive from Hobart and you arrive in the picturesque Coal River Valley, nestled between the historic towns of Richmond and Cambridge.
There is no better way to learn the true history of Tasmania than by taking a trip to Port Arthur on the scenic Tasman Peninsula. Over 500 people populate the tiny town…
The Huon Valley is one of Tasmania’s most picturesque regions. It was first settled in the 1840s, with the newly arrived Europeans quick to establish an apple growing industry.