Welcome aboard Wineglass Bay Cruises. On port side is Wineglass Bay, to starboard is the Hazards and up on the bow is Ras.
No one does beaches like Tasmania. For example this place is called Friendly Beaches but chances are you won’t see anybody around for miles.
Step back in time with one of our most unique residents – Ian Summers. He collects things, he runs a museum and he plays the banjo. Brilliant!
The nightly Bicheno Penguin Tour is a must on the East Coast. You’ll meet hundreds of these little guys; just don’t forget to wear your shoes.
Take a 110 metre slide to the bottom of the world’s only blackwood sinkhole. Trust us when we say, at the bottom it’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.
If you think today’s train ride to work is a grind, experience what they used to go through aboard the West Coast Wilderness Railway.
Based on a real event back in 1834, Australia’s longest running play, it’s the must see performance of several lifetimes. You can see it in Strahan on Tasmania’s West Coast.
Stories of isolation, starvation and deprivation, you can listen while standing between the walls where it all took place.
Don’t take our word for it, take a sip. Crafted from pure Tassie ingredients, you can find Lark Distillery smack-bang in the middle of Hobart.
Take a quick look at this politically incorrect and quirky little village located along the scenic route to Cradle Mountain.
Ridiculously intelligent, come and meet the cows of Pyengana Dairy Company in Tasmania’s stunning North East. These ladies will really moove you.
There are cheeses…and then there are the Bruny Island Cheese Co. cheeses. Careful your mouth doesn’t water over the keyboard.
Northern Tasmania is a feast for all your senses, it's bound to have you singing for your supper.
Step into the shoes of the convict workers, as they guide you through the Brickendon and Woolmers Estates giving you a taste of what life was really like.
Take a different type of tour through the historic and picturesque town of Evandale in Tasmania's North.