You should reserve 26 July in your diary because this year the Devonport Jazz Festival will kick off with 'Street Eats' in Edward Street carpark, combining great eats with delectable sounds from local artists. The Festival will host the very best Australian and Tasmanian jazz musicians, together with international jazz collaborations and emerging artists. Now in
Credit: Tourism Tasmania and Sean Scott From soaring sea cliffs, white sand beaches, storm-touched coastlines and world-class fresh food and wine. Welcome to Tasmania's best feature - its world renowned coastal regions. Unique experiences can be found on any coast, from kayaking the ocean waves, to sitting on the pure white sand of a tranquil bay beach,
Dark Mofo winter festival that has people come from all around the country brought the night to life last weekend in Hobart. It's the Festival's fifth year and the celebration of ancient and contemporary mythologies of death, birth, fear, light and fire on the darkest days of the year. This year the festival has expanded to include seven nights
This Tasmanian attraction has become an immensely popular local experience. There’s always been something mystical about the seahorse and Seahorse World located at Beauty Point gives you the opportunity to see these delicate yet beautiful and rare marine animals. The centre is dedicated to seahorse conservation efforts and there’s much to learn, the Wonders of
Description: In the heart of the magnificent D'Entrecasteaux Channel, in the south of Tasmania, lies a small island of immense beauty. Satellite Island is exclusively yours when you come to stay. It is your own private island to explore and enjoy as you please. Credit: Tourism Tasmania & Mark Chew Tasmania harbours a private, secret island of immense beauty.
Cruising on the Gordon River. Image Credit: Tourism Tasmania & Ron Brown Photographics The Gordon River hosts some of Tasmania’s best experiences, and a cruise along this natural highway is one of the best ways to see the natural beauty of the state from the luxury of a catamaran cruise ship. You’ll pass by incredible natural landmarks like the Hell’s
Segway Tours in Hobart and Beyond Segways. They'll never really be cool. Let's be honest, they don't exactly fit the same category as, say, a motorbike. They don't come with leather jackets and you don't look a badass riding one, even with the trendiest of shades. They are, however, a marvel of modern technology and a fantastic way to explore Tasmania. In