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Tasman Island Cruises offers a spectacular three-hour cruise along the Tasman Peninsula coastline, Southern Tasmania. This Pennicott Wilderness Journey takes you for a cruise the extraordinary coastline of Tasman National Park, between Eaglehawk Neck and Port Arthur. Close encounters with the highest sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere, wild and spectacular coastal landscapes, waterfalls, deep sea caves, amazing wildlife on land and sea. Gaze up the spectacular dolerite cliffs at Cape Pillar, marvel at the towering sea stacks such as Cathedral Rock, the Totem Pole and Candlestick and glide in and out of sea caves. You will join in the search for the abundant sea and coastal wildlife such as seals, dolphins, migrating whales, birds of prey, albatross and many other varieties of sea birds. The team at Tasman Island Cruises are dedicated to providing world-class customer service. From the time you hop on their bus or arrive at the booking centre you will know that your enjoyment and safety is paramount. Our local seafaring boat crew share a deep love of the ocean and coast, with extensive experience and skills in reading the moods of the sea. They'll make sure you enjoy every moment of your cruise.


  • Dining and Eating Out (7)
    1. Barilla Bay Oysters Barilla Bay Oysters are located at Cambridge, in Southern Tasmania. Barilla Bay Oysters are grown and harvested in Australia's premium shellfish growing environment.
    2. Coal Valley Vineyard Coal Valley Vineyard restaurant is located at Cambridge 15 minutes east of Hobart. The restaurant, outdoor dining terrace and cellar door are perched directly above the steeply sloping vineyard and have sweeping water views of the estuary of the Coal River Valley and the vineyard below.
    3. Moorilla Moorilla Refined wines are produced at Mona on the banks of the Derwent River near Hobart. The 3.5 ha site is Tasmanias oldest contemporary vineyard and celebrated 50 years of vintage in 2012. Moorilla has two wine styles: The Muse Series focuses on complexity and employs traditional techniques for a more traditional result. The Praxis Series shows traits typical of new-world winemaking.
    4. Mures Gourmet Products Mures Fish Centre is a Hobart institution, situated right on the bustling fishermans wharf next to the boats that bring in so much of its stock in trade. As well as dining in - at the al la carte restaurant upstairs, or the fishing-boat level family bistro, there is a range of seafood delicacies you can buy to take back to your accommodation or as you tour the island. These include smoked salmon pates, terrines, roulades and a range of classic seafood soups.
    5. Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens are located in Hobart, Tasmanias harbour side capital city. Established in 1818 on the western banks of the Derwent River, the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens covers 13.5 hectares and showcases 6,500 species and varieties of plants, including over 400 Tasmanian species.
    6. Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery Located on Hobarts historic waterfront, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) has recently undergone a spectacular $30 million redevelopment. The second oldest museum in Australia, TMAG has its origins in the collections of the countrys oldest scientific society, the Royal Society of Tasmania, which was established in 1843.
    7. The Italian Pantry The Italian Pantry retail, cafe, restaurant and cooking school offers culinary experiences in North Hobart. Capturing the best of Italy's 20 regions, The Italian Pantry cafe is a local favourite for great Italian coffee, honest lunches with superb Italian wine and imported beer. The best kept secret within the Pantry is Friday night's restaurant. A key aspect of the Italian Pantry is house made, real Italian food made by real Italians.
  • Entertainment (6)
    1. Contemporary Art Tasmania Contemporary Art Tasmania is Tasmania's professional, public presentation platform dedicated to contemporary and experimental art. Its provenance is traceable from the foundation of Chameleon contemporary art space in 1982, through 20 years operating as Contemporary Art Services Tasmania (CAST) and, from 2013, as Contemporary Art Tasmania. Contemporary Art Tasmania provides a program of high quality, experimental visual arts exhibitions characterised by innovation and energy. Exhibitions are developed for the organisation's gallery space as well as in other venues around the state and nationally. Contemporary Art Tasmania provides assistance to specifically support, stimulate and develop Tasmanian contemporary artists and their practice. We initiate and present projects that provide artists with industry networking and critical engagement. Mentorship opportunities in curatorship and governance are also offered and managed. We maintain a program to assist the Tasmanian public gallery sector to research and tour exhibitions. Contemporary Art Tasmania also hosts public programs designed to foster and educate audiences in new and experimental art. Our gallery is located in North Hobart close to the Elizabeth Street restaurant strip.
    2. Derwent Entertainment Centre The Derwent Entertainment Centre is multi-purpose stadium and entertainment venue at Glenorchy, near Hobart. Glenorchy is ten minutes drive north of Hobarts city centre (eight kilometres/five miles). The Derwent Entertainment Centre is one of Tasmanias major entertainment venues, with a seating capacity of 5,400 and general admission capacity of 7,500. The Centre is a venue for major concerts, conventions, exhibitions, sporting events, trade shows and special events and is also a ticketing venue for Ticketmaster. The venue has extensive car parking and can be accessed by Metro buses from Hobart.
    3. Putters Adventure Golf Putters Adventure Golf is a miniature golf complex at Moonah, north of Hobart. Moonah is five minutes drive from Hobarts central business district (five kilometres/three miles). You can play a round of mini-golf on Putters Adventure Golf's all-weather putting courses including the 18-hole Mountain and the Mill an indoor course spread over three levels and featuring a Tasmanian rainforest display. Test your skill on greens with challenging banks and turns, sand traps, rough turf and rock hazards or try a game of virtual golf in the two full-swing golf simulators. After your round you can relax at the Clubhouse Caf to enjoy tasty snacks, espresso coffee and creamy Tasmanian ice cream while your children have fun in the nearby Adventure Playground.
    4. Salamanca Arts Centre The Salamanca Arts Centre is a vibrant arts community located at Hobarts Salamanca Place. Salamanca Place is close to Hobarts waterfront, a short walk from the citys central business district. The Centre includes artist studios, galleries, venues, retail outlets, arts organisations and public spaces, housed in the historic sandstone warehouses of Salamanca Place. You can wander through alcoves lined with galleries and shops. Choose your own piece of Tasmanian art, sample fair trade coffee and baked treats at Tricycle Caf or join the locals for live music and mulled wine in The Courtyard each Friday evening.
    5. Simsation: Live the dream. Fly a 737 SIMSATION offers amazing virtual flight experiences in a full-scale 737 flight simulator, based in Hobart, Tasmania. You can live the dream and fly a 737. From the moment you enter the flight deck youll be immersed in the amazing panoramic world of flight; the sounds, vibrations, controls, instruments and much more. Choose a 30 minute adventure or settle into the cockpit for two hours on an international route. You will feel as if you are truly flying, in any location you choose across the world. Takeoff in Hong Kong, land in Heathrow, or fly through the Alps at 450 knots.
    6. Zone 3 Laser Games - Hobart Zone 3 Laser Games - Hobart is an indoor Laser Tag complex providing hours of entertainment. All under one roof. it is suitable for all ages, catering for birthday parties, business functions and walk-in visits. Laser Tag (sometimes also referred to as Laser Skirmish or Dark Zone) is an action packed game where players wear electronic vests and 'tag' each other with 'phasors' to score points.The laser tag arena features stunning fluorescent space-themed murals guaranteed to make you go 'wow'! With asteroids, gas clouds, moons, planets, star fields, vortices and cladding-style spaceship walls, you will feel as if you are an astronaut on a mission in a distant galaxy.
  • Farming, Food and Produce (3)
    1. Cadbury Cadbury is located at suburban Claremont approximately 12 kilometres north of the city of Hobart. At the Cadbury visitor centre, an access fee of AUD7.50 per adult (children AUD4) entitles you toview an informative DVD in a theatrette, where you can talk to guides about the chocolate-making process. At the end of the viewing, each person will receive a small gift of chocolates and be invited to relax in the caf andbrowse the great range of gifts, t-shirts, souvenirs and, of course, chocolates.Tours of factory itself no longer operate.
    2. Gasworks Cellar Door Tasmanian Wine Experience The Gasworks Cellar Door is an exclusively Tasmanian wine tasting and retail experience in the heart of Hobart's colourful dock precinct. With 16 Tasmanian wines always on tasting, a knowledgeable wine expert to guide you through the ever-changing labels, a stylish interior design, and fascinating information about the island's wines and history- this is no ordinary tasting experience. Your guide will introduce each wine in detail, talking about the region, the climate and the winemaking techniques that create each one's special character.
    3. Salamanca Market The iconic Salamanca Market is a celebration of Tasmania's unique culture, creative artisans, talented musicians and diverse producers. The weekly outdoor market, held every Saturday, brings Hobarts waterfront alive with the colours, sounds and smells of Tasmania.
  • Galleries, Museums and Collections (26)
    1. aart. Gallery of Fine Art Aart. Gallery of Fine Art, in central Hobart, specialises in exhibiting work by Tasmanian artists. The gallery is located in Macquarie Street, a short distance from Hobarts central business district and waterfront. Aart exhibits work in a range of media, including drawing, oils, acrylic, sculpture and photography. The gallerys intimate space provides an opportunity for broad range of Tasmanian artists to show their work. Artists to have exhibited at Aart include Wayne Edwards, Jessica McLaughlan, Mary Lou Wright, Francine Smith, Rodney Lea, Rebecca Brogan, sculptor Kathryn Hodges and fine art photographer Paul Barrington.
    2. Allport Library and Museum Of Fine Arts Hobarts Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts is a heritage collection of colonial artefacts. The Museum is located within the State Library of Tasmania in central Hobart. The Library and Museum are housed in a permanent display of Georgian-style rooms. The collection includes colonial paintings and prints, Georgian silver and glass and fine English, French and Chinese porcelain. There are displays of mahogany and walnut furniture dating from 1680, including excellent examples of Chippendale, Sheraton and Hepplewhite. The Library features fine and rare books, manuscripts and photographs dating from the 1800s.
    3. Anglesea Barracks Anglesea Barracks in Hobart, built in the 1800s, now houses the Military Museum of Tasmania. Governor Macquarie ordered these barracks built when he visited the colony in 1811. When the last British regiment left Tasmania in 1870 the buildings were variously used as a school, reformatory, a home for old women and a gymnasium. With the federation of Australia in 1901, the barracks became Commonwealth property and passed back to full military control, in which they have remained ever since.
    4. Art Mob-Aboriginal Fine Art Gallery Art Mob, in Hobart's Hunter Street arts precinct, is Tasmania's only dedicated Aboriginal art gallery. Hunter Street is located on the waterfront, a five-minute walk from the city. Most of Australia's indigenous communities are represented at Art Mob, including the Western Desert, Balgo Hills, the Kimberley, Torres Strait and Tiwi Islands and Arnhem Land. Work by some of Australia's most collectable artists, including Gloria Petyarre from the Western Desert, Dennis Nona from the Torres Strait Islands and Sally Gabori from Mornington Island, are exhibited and sold at Art Mob.
    5. Carnegie Gallery Hobarts Carnegie Gallery features a public exhibition program showcasing contemporary art, craft and design. The Gallery is located in Argyle Street, in the citys central business district. The Carnegie Gallery is owned and operated by the Hobart City Council, and runs an annual program focusing on high-quality, innovative exhibitions. Working actively with the Tasmanian arts sector, the Gallery provides opportunities for Tasmanian contemporary artists, designers and curators to exhibit. The Carnegie Gallery also supports national and international touring exhibitions.
    6. Cascade Brewery The Cascade Brewery is Australias oldest continuously operating brewery, in South Hobart, Tasmania. The brewery is located in the foothills of Mount Wellington, five minutes drive from Hobarts central business district. Cascade Brewery produces a range of fine Tasmanian beers and soft drinks. You can take a two-hour brewery tour to see all aspects of the beer-making process from malting and brewing to packaging. Bookings are essential, and the tour involves plenty of stair climbing, but your efforts will be rewarded by thirst-quenching free samples at the end.
    7. Colville Street Art Gallery The Colville Street Art Gallery features contemporary work by artists from Tasmania and mainland Australia. The Gallery is located in Battery Point, a five-minute drive from Hobarts central business district. The Colville Street Art Gallerys program of monthly exhibitions includes works on paper, paintings, photography and sculpture. Represented artists include painter Peter Gouldthorpe, printmaker Milan Milojevic, sculptors Gerhard Mausz and Sandra Jenkins and jewellery designer Carmen Blyth, among many others. All artists represented by the Gallery demonstrate contemporary art practice through works in modern landscape, city and streetscape, interiors, still life and abstract.
    8. Designed Objects Tasmania (dot.) Increasingly, Tasmania is gaining recognition for the excellence and execution of design, especially its fine furniture made with native timbers. If you have an interest in good design - from pots to playgrounds - phone and arrange to see the work produced at this co-operative, which provides workshop machinery, kilns and studio space for members.
    9. John Elliott Classics Museum This antiquities museum at the University of Tasmania in Hobart is rated as the best such collection in Australia after the Nicholson Museum in the University of Sydney.
    10. Lady Franklin Gallery and Ancanthe Park Lady Franklin Gallery, situated in Tasmania's capital Hobart, was built in 1842. This gallery in the Hobart suburb of Lenah Valley was built by Lady Jane Franklin, wife of Sir John Franklin, who was governor of Tasmania at the time.
    11. Maritime Museum of Tasmania As an island state, the sea is significant to all Tasmanians and the islands boast a strong maritime heritage. The Maritime Museum of Tasmania explores the connections between the people of the islands and the influence of the sea on their lives. Discover the craft and art of centuries of Tasmanian ship building from an example of an aboriginal bark canoe through wooden boats to modern aluminium fast ferries. You can learn how important sailing and steam ships were for developing Tasmanian industries exporting raw materials and products of the islands, such as apples, minerals and timber, as well as the influence of early European explorers and whalers. Navigational instruments show how mariners found their way across the seas while archaeological discoveries from shipwrecks around the Tasmanian islands show how challenging, difficult and dangerous the seafarers life could be.
    12. Markree House Museum and Gardens Markree House Museum and Garden is a historical gem located in inner city Hobart. Markree was built in 1926 in the Arts and Crafts Movement style by architect Bernard Ridley Walker for Cecil and Ruth Baldwin. The house contains its original 1910s-20s furnishings together with older portraits and family heirlooms from Ruth Baldwins family the Manings, Knights, Fletchers and Hones who had come to Hobart in the 1820s as merchants, civil servants and lawyers. Markrees rare, surviving 1920s garden was laid out by Cecil Baldwin in an informal Arts and Crafts Movement style. Cecil and Ruth Baldwins son, Henry (1919-2007), bequeathed the house and its original contents to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. Markree specialises in the social history and design of the early 20th century with guided tours and changing displays to highlight aspects of the collection.
    13. Masterpiece @ IXL Fine Art & Antiques Masterpiece@IXL Fine Art Gallery is situated in Hobarts Hunter Street arts precinct, southern Tasmania. Specialising in Australian fine art, the gallery features colonial through to contemporary pieces. Wander in and view the fine collection at Masterpiece@IXL. The high quality works are produced by artists from around the world including many prominent Australian artists. Pieces on display are also available for purchase. Gallery Director, W Nevin Hurst has been part of the Australian art scene for over 30 years. Featured artists include David Bromley, Charles Conder, Haughton Forrest, John Glover, WB Gould, Hans Heysen, Ken Knight, Ken Done, Tim Storrier, Sidney Nolan, Gloria Petyarr, WC Piguenit, Lloyd Rees and many more.
    14. Mawson's Huts Replica Museum The Mawson's Huts Replica Museum stands on the waterfront in Hobart, near the wharf from which the SY Aurora sailed south to Antarctica with Douglas Mawson's Australasian Antarctic Expedition of 1911-14 on board. This world-class small museum gives visitors an historic insight into the daily lives of the AAE expeditioners who spent two winters living and working in the windiest place on Earth the true 'home of the blizzard'. "For two years, through two dark winters, the huts were home a haven of warmth, light and companionship".
    15. Metal Urges Fine Jewellery Metal Urges Fine Jewellery is a jewellery workshop and gallery located in the centre of Hobart. On location you will find diamond, platinum and 18 carat gold jewellery. The craftspeople at Metal Urges have been drawn together by their passion and love of fine handcrafted jewellery, motivated by quality and design beauty above all else.
    16. Museum of Old and New Art - MONA Museum of Old and New Art - MONA opened in Hobart in January 2011. It houses a collection that ranges from ancient Egyptian mummies to some of the worlds most infamous and thought-provoking contemporary art. The buildings subterranean design and the owners unconventional and challenging curatorial approach make it a must-see for any visitor to Australia. MONA takes a different approach to interpretation: there are no labels or wall texts. Instead, visitors are given a touch-screen device, which is sensitive to their location in the museum showing them works in their proximity. Called the O, it allows visitors to select the level of information they need and to vote for works they hate or love.
    17. Narryna Heritage Museum Narryna is a gem of Australian colonial architecture containing a rich collection of Tasmanian fine and decorative arts. The fine Greek Revival town house was built by Captain Andrew Haig in 1837-40. Haig purchased the Narryna holding in 1824 during a trading voyage between Calcutta, Canton and Valparaiso. Haig built warehouses facing Salamanca Place in 1834 and set up as a merchant and shipbuilder while also operating goods and passenger services to mainland ports. He was forced to sell up after an economic downturn hit the Australian colonies in 1842. Narryna was later home to businessmen and women, lawyers, politicians and bankers. In 1957 Narryna became Australias first folk museum, thanks to the efforts of a group of Battery Point resident who assembled a collection redolent of the mercantile and maritime histories of Salamanca Place and Battery Point.
    18. Off Centre Off Centre, in Hobart, is a gallery and shop featuring work by Tasmanian ceramic artists. The gallery is located in the Salamanca Arts Centre, close to Hobarts waterfront and a short walk from the citys central business district. Off Centre is managed by a cooperative of nine professional Tasmanian artists. The eight ceramicists and one bronze artist exhibit and sell a diverse range of work at Off Centre. You can choose from a range of artefacts including hand-painted tableware, elegant pierced porcelain vessels, and ceramic and bronze sculptures such as bronze Tasmanian devils, raku-fired fish and architectural sculptures. One of the artists is always on hand at the gallery to impart expert knowledge of the work on display. Off Centre also manages a small adjoining gallery, which exhibits the work of emerging and established local artists in a variety of media.
    19. Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site The Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site in Hobart incorporates more than 160 years of Tasmanian penal history. Building a church above solitary confinement cells was Colonial Architect John Lee Archers innovative solution to the need for both as Hobarts convict population continued to grow in the 1820s. From 1857 part of the Church housed the Tasmanian Supreme Court, while more recently it has been used as a Magistrates Court.
    20. Quoll Artists Gallery The Quoll Artists Gallery, in Hobarts Salamanca Place, specialises in work by Tasmanian artists. The gallery is located in the Salamanca Arts Centre, close to Hobarts waterfront and a short walk from the citys central business district. Quoll is a co-operative of nine professional Tasmanian artists, and the gallery features fine art, jewellery, textiles and ceramics. Choose from fine art paintings in watercolour, oils, acrylic and mixed media - ranging in style from traditional to contemporary. Select your own piece of handmade jewellery - including work crafted from fresh water pearls and abalone, antique china and ceramic. A range of other craft items is also available at Quoll - including silk scarves, pottery and handmade knives.
    21. Rosny Historic Centre The Rosny Historic Centre is a cultural centre, gallery and museum on Hobarts eastern shore. Located at Rosny Park, the Centre is a 10-minute drive (five kilometres) from Hobarts central business district. The Centre includes the Schoolhouse Gallery, Barn and Cottage Museum. The Gallery is a replica of an 1890s-era Tasmanian schoolhouse, and is the only public gallery on Hobarts eastern shore. The Schoolhouse Gallery features exhibitions of contemporary and community art and historical displays. The sandstone Barn was built around 1815 and is one of the oldest buildings of its type in Australia. The Barn was redeveloped in 2006 as a visual and performing arts space for an ongoing series of concerts, exhibitions and workshops. The Rosny Farm Cottage, built around 1850, houses the Rosny Collection. This collection of realia forms the bulk of the Rosny Cottage display which has been designed as a representation of colonial life.
    22. Runnymede Runnymede is an elegant colonial house situated in New Town just north of Hobart city. It is located in a lovely garden that overlooks New Town Bay on the River Derwent. It was built around 1836 for Robert Pitcairn, the first lawyer to qualify in the colony and a leading campaigner against the transportation of convicts from Britain. He named the house Cairn Lodge. When Captain Charles Bayley bought the house in 1864 he named it Runnymede after his favourite ship. The Bayley family lived in the house for the next 100 years. The National Trust has restored and furnished the house to its original elegance, and has included a rich collection of whaling and maritime material which were interests of the family.
    23. Shot Tower - The Built in 1870 for the production of shot, this sandstone tower rises 48 metres above the banks of the Derwent, affording spectacular views up, down and across the river. The tower is 10 metres in diameter at the base and 3.9 metres at the top - the walls a metre thick at the bottom thin out to .45 centimetres at the top. Molten lead was dropped from top to bottom of the hollow tower and its rapid descent and cooling roughly shaped it into pellets.
    24. Tasmanian Cricket Museum and Bellerive Oval Tours The Tasmanian Cricket Museum, at Hobarts Bellerive Oval, showcases Tasmanias cricketing history. Bellerive is 10 minutes drive east of the Hobart city centre, on the eastern shore of the Derwent River. At the Tasmanian Cricket Museum you can discover Tasmanias rich cricket heritage from settlement to the present day. The museum features a collection of artefacts and memorabilia coupled with innovative displays, video and state-of-the-art interactive technology.
    25. Tasmanian Transport Museum The Tasmanian Transport Museum in Hobart includes Tasmanian railways history displays, tram cars and locomotives. The New Town Railway Station has been rebuilt at the museum and a new platform added. The station masters office and signal room have been retained and restored to original condition. The former ladies waiting room and store have been developed as a display area of relics and photographs featuring the history of Tasmanian railways.
    26. Wellington Gallery Wellington Gallery, established in 1976, nestled amongst bushland in the foothills of spectacular Mount Wellington - a ten minute drive from Hobarts city centre. The gallery exhibits over one hundred works in two display areas surrounding a fern courtyard. Works by Australian and overseas artists in watercolour, acrylic, oil and ceramics are displayed in the spacious rooms of the gallery. Browse and relax in the scenic, tranquil surroundings away from the city crowds.
  • Historical Sites and Heritage Locations (2)
    1. Kangaroo Bluff Historic Site Kangaroo Bluff Historic Site at Bellerive is a gun emplacement and fort built in 1880. In 1873, someone thought they spotted two Russian warships on the River Derwent. The gun emplacement and fort were built in 1880 as a result.
    2. May Queen Floating in Constitution Dock in Hobart is Australias oldest sail trading vessel SV May Queen. Built before the development of roads and land transport routes this type of vessel helped to establish and supply coastal communities and industry in the south east of Tasmania. The May Queen is recognised internationally as an authentic floating example of the sea craft technology of the mid 1800s.
  • Landmarks and Buildings (1)
    1. International Wall of Friendship - The The International Wall of Friendship was conceived as a lasting memorial to the bonds of friendship and goodwill of many nations who have made Tasmania their home and their contribution and committment to the progress and well being of the State. It is located in the sunken garden at the Commonwealth Government Centre in Hobart, the capital city of the Australian island State of Tasmania. It is believed to be the first project of its kind in the world being officially declared open in October 1992.
  • Natural Attractions (3)
    1. Mt Nelson and Truganini Reserve Mount Nelson and Truganini Reserve is a conservation area south of Hobart. Mount Nelson is 10 minutes drive from Hobart (five kilometres) en route to Kingston. Originally the site of one of a chain of signal stations that linked Hobart Town with Port Arthur, Mount Nelson is now the location for a restaurant, picnic area and lookout in addition to one of Hobarts oldest residential areas. Here, you can enjoy sweeping views of Hobart and Storm Bay from the lookout or call into Mt Nelson Signal Station Restaurant for great coffee or a delicious light lunch.
    2. Seven Mile Beach Seven Mile Beach is a coastal reserve, a short drive east of Hobart. The Beach is 20 minutes (18 kilometres/11 miles) from the city, close to Hobart Airport. Seven Mile Beach is a long crescent of sand overlooking Frederick Henry Bay. Curving along a natural sand spit, the beach extends east from the Seven Mile Beach residential area to Sandy Point. You can take long beach walks here, go horse riding through the pine forest, or go swimming, sailboarding or surfing. Beyond the beach, undulating dunes are covered with coastal grasses, native and pine forests and there are day use areas with picnic facilities, showers and toilets. There is also a general store at the western end of the beach, childrens playground and a range of holiday accommodation.
    3. Wellington Park Wilderness on Hobarts doorstep, Wellington Park provides walking, climbing, abseiling, cycling and sightseeing opportunities less than half an hours drive from the city.
  • Parks and Gardens (1)
    1. Cascades Female Factory Historic Site The World Heritage-listed Cascades Female Factory is Australias most significant site associated with female convicts. It is located in South Hobart in the shadow of Mount Wellington, only a short distance from the Hobart waterfront. The Cascades Female Factory was a self-contained, purpose-built institution intended to reform female convicts, where the inmates did laundry and needlework services, offsetting some of the Colony's penal costs. Thousands of women and children were imprisoned here, and many never left.
  • Shopping (8)
    1. Astrolabe Booksellers Astrolabe Booksellers, in Hobarts Salamanca Place, offers rare, antiquarian and second-hand books. Astrolabe is located in a refurbished 19th century warehouse close to Hobarts waterfront and a short walk from the citys central business district. Astrolabe Booksellers is one of Tasmania's two members of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Antiquarian Booksellers. The store specialises in Tasmanian, Australian, Antarctic and maritime books, in addition to general stock. You can browse the stores collection, or search for books and make your selection on-line. Astrolabe also produces a number of catalogues each year and can help you locate hard-to-find titles.
    2. Craigow Vineyard Craigow Vineyard is a picturesque 11 hectare vineyard at Cambridge in the Coal River Valley. The vineyard was established in 1989 and has already produced a number of award winning wines. Current varieties are pinot noir, chardonnay, riesling, and gewurztraminer.
    3. Frogmore Creek Wines Frogmore Creek, near Tasmania's capital Hobart, produces a wide range of award-winning cool climate wines.Conveniently located just 20 minutes from Hobarts central business district and 10 minutes from Hobart Airport, Frogmore Creek Cellar Door and restaurant is surrounded by vines and nestled in the beautiful Coal River Valley. The highly acclaimed Frogmore Creek label is from the genuine cool climate region of southern Tasmania, where the grapevines benefit from a long growing season. These slow ripened grapes develop pure fruit flavours, fresh natural acidity and are perfect for making seriously good wine.In addition the 42 Degrees South Label reflects the latitude and position in crafting fruit driven wines. Both labels are available for tasting at the cellar door and restaurant.
    4. Island Markets Island Market is a new indoor market, which specialises in food, new products and craft. These include seafood (live, fresh and frozen), meat, groceries, prepared foods, fresh produce, clothing, manchester, homewares, tools, garden plants, Tasmanian wine and olive products. Tasmania's largest new clothing liquidator operates from one of our two main buildings. The complex includes an olive processing plant, which has a customer viewing window. Our heated building is clean and spacious with wide aisles between the rows of stalls. There is plenty of on-site free parking for cars and buses in our 2.2 hectare paved site. The Hobart bike track also passes by our premises. We are currently open from 1000 to 1600 every Thursday Friday, Saturday and Sunday (except Easter, Christmas and New Year's Day).
    5. Lark Distillery - The When junipers for gin proved hard to find, Bill Lark of The Lark Distillery tried making a liqueur using Tasmania's native mountain pepper berries. The result is a smooth Bush Liqueur - a truly unique taste of Tasmania. The Bush Liqueur is also blended with another local product, Gillespies Ginger Beer, to make 2UP, a ginger beer with kick.
    6. Pembroke Estate Vineyard Pembroke Vineyard is located at the entrance to the Coal River Valley in southern Tasmania on approximately one hectare. The vineyard predominantly grows Pinot Noir along with a very small range of classic white varieties including Chardonnay, Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc. The vineyard is a certified plot and has produced clonal material for distribution to the fledgling Tasmanian wine industry in its establishment phase. The vineyard was established in 1980.
    7. Stamp Place - The We provide professional service and advice on buying, selling or insuring stamps, coins, medals and collectables. Stamps & Accessories - stamps and related material from: Tasmania, Australia, Australian Antarctic Territory, New Zealand, Great Britain and all Pacific countries. We also offer a new issue service for any country or theme, plus a large range of accessories.
    8. Zest East West Urban Retreat Zest East West offers health and wellbeing treatments in the centre of Hobart, southern Tasmania. Providing a rich-and-rare combination of natural health therapies sourced from around the world, services include remedial or relaxation massage, body treatment packages, shiatsu, traditional Thai massage, cupping and herbal heat therapy.
  • Sports and Recreation Facilities (8)
    1. Claremont Golf Club The Claremont Golf Club is a metropolitan course north of Hobart in southern Tasmania. Claremont is a suburb of Hobart, 10 minutes drive north of the city centre (12 kilometres). The Claremont Golf Club features undulating fairways with water views from nine holes. The course has watered grass greens and tees, a few hills and bunkers and players here will enjoy some excellent par three holes. The Derwent River is a constant backdrop and also acts as a boundary for a number of fairways.
    2. Golf Park Hobart Come along and have balls of fun at Golf Park Hobart, a golf driving range. Open seven days a week from 1000 to 1800 (1900 during Daylight Saving Time) it is suitable for all ages from beginners to experienced golfers. Coaching lessons are available by appointment with Daniel Blackwell, a PGA professional. Buckets of balls are available from AUD7 to AUD30 and club hire is available if you don't take your own.
    3. Llanherne Golf Club Llanherne Golf Club north-east of Hobart is a nine-hole 18 tees course designed by Peter Toogood. Officially opened in March 1994, this links type course was designed by Peter Toogood, and features 18 tees with gently undulating fairways to 9 large greens. Two lakes and numerous bunkers add to the challenge.
    4. New Town Bay Golf Club The New Town Bay Golf Club is a nine-hole metropolitan golf course north of Hobart. The Club is located in the riverside suburb of Lutana, 10 minutes north of the city (six kilometres/four miles). Formerly known as the Ez Risdon Golf Club, the New Town Bay Golf Club is a private course, open to members, associates and members of affiliate clubs. Features of the course include a challenging ninth holea 119-metre downhill par three with challenging bunkers surrounding the green. The Club hosts a Ladies competition each Thursday and Mens competition on Saturdays, and there is a licensed bar in the clubhouse for members - opening hours are displayed on the noticeboard.
    5. Richmond Golf Club Richmond Golf Club is a challenging nine-hole course with spectacular water views. Views over Barilla Bay, Pittwater and Midway Point are a feature of this course.. Visitors and new members are welcome. Handicap required to play in competitions. The club house has bar and catering available on competition days. Mens competition Thursday and Saturday and Ladies competition Wednesday.
    6. Rosny Park Public Golf Course Rosny Park Public Golf Course is a nine-hole course situated on Hobarts Eastern Shore, near Eastlands Shopping Centre. Short but very attractive public course which has been the venue of the Australian Public Course Championships. Native tree-lined fairways and views over the Derwent River make for an enjoyable round of golf.
    7. Royal Hobart Golf Club The Royal Hobart Golf course is a championship 18 hole course East of Hobart in Southern Tasmania. Located at Seven Mile Beach, the course is 20 minutes South-East of Hobart (18 kilometres).
    8. Tasmania Golf Club - The The Tasmania Golf Club is an 18-hole course at Barilla Bay, east of Hobart. Barilla Bay is close to Hobart airport, fifteen minutes (20 kilometres/12 miles) from the city centre. With spectacular views over Barilla Bay, this championship course has many superb holes and undulating fairways lined with towering trees. Located on a promontory jutting into the Bay, the course is surrounded by water on three sides. You can enjoy a challenging round of golf hereincluding the third signature holea 527-metre par five which is which is considered one of the best par fives in Australia.
  • Wineries, Vineyards and Breweries (1)
    1. Moo Brew Moo Brew is a state-of-the-art micro-brewery at Mona, Hobart. It sits on a private peninsula on the Derwent River at Berridale, 15 minutes north west of Hobarts city centre. A jetty provides private and charter access to the site and there is a fast catamaran service from the Hobart waterfront. Moo Brew builds on David Walshs love of good wine, fine food, art and the celebration of life. Moo Brew produces four unique beers under the distinctive Moo Brew label - an American Pale Ale, an American Dark Ale, a German-style cloudy wheat beer and a Pilsner. These unique beers contain no additives or preservatives and are unpasteurised so Moo Brews distinctive flavours are best enjoyed fresh and cold.


  • Exhibitions and Shows (33)
    1. 62nd Blake Prize Touring Exhibition Since 1951, the Blake Prize has been awarded to a work that addresses a subject of religious or spiritual integrity. The Prize allows artists to respond to the theme with works that generate an ongoing conversation about what matters most in contemporary culture what we believe in and how we interpret our humanness. Each year the Blake receives over 1000 entries from artists around Australia using any media or approach.
    2. Alpaca Fiesta 2014 The Tasmanian region of the Australian Alpaca Association is to hold their inaugural Alpaca Fiesta at the Royal Hobart Showgrounds cattle sheds on the 19th & 20th April (Easter) this year. Features will include: Animals on display and for sale.
    3. Art from Trash 2014 Hosted by Resource Work Co-operative, the annual Art From Trash community art exhibition will be held at the Long Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre. For two decades this community art exhibition has been part of the southern Tasmanian arts events calendar. Art From Trash celebrates the work of artists who are invited to re-think, re-use and re-create materials, considered rubbish and destined for landfill, into visual artworks.Resource Work Co-operative hosts the Art from Trash event to promote the creative recovery of discarded resources and to raise public awareness about the work of the Resource Work Co-operative as a not for profit community organisation. Fostering waste minimisation and resource recovery and providing local employment opportunities are the key business objectives of Resource Work Co-operative.
    4. Asylum by Roger Ballen - Mona Roger Ballen is what you'd call a 'wound opener'. Working with black and white film, Ballen's photography sheds light on the darker side of the human self - a scab that most of us would perhaps rather leave untouched. He describes his work as fundamentally psychological and existential; for him, making art is an exercise in defining himself. His photography also incorporates drawings, sculptures, and a photographic drawing technique developed by Ballen himself. Ballen is at MONA to exhibit work from his Asylum and Apparitions series.
    5. Australian Native Beasts and Birds An exhibition of fibre based crafts from artisans across Australia. Presented by The Spindle Tree and Salamanca Arts Centre.
    6. Burnt Rubber… The mixed media exhibition Burnt Rubber by Donna Ritchie explores social behaviour and the consequences of greed. By using nostalgic triggers, such as matchbox cars, I aim to give the viewer a personal connection to my work whilst filtering messages through.
    7. Capital and country - the Federation years 1900 - 1914 Capital and country is a travelling exhibition of paintings from the national collection, developed as the National Gallery of Australias gift to the nation in celebration of Federation and the centenary of the Federal Capital in 2013. It considers the parallel stories of Federation landscape painting in Australia and the art produced by Australians who lived in Europe during this period, which takes in Edwardian England and the last years of the Belle Epoque in France before the outbreak of the First World War in 1914.
    8. Celestial Listening Celestial Listening luminosity, sound and solace is a collaborative exhibition by photographer Arwen Dyer and multimedia artist Andrea Breen. The artists work in contrasting and complementary forms. What brings Arwen and Andrea together is a reverence for nature and attention to inner human experience in response to the natural world, to one anothers creative images/sounds and to the actual process of responding. Arwens photographic creations in Celestial Listening centre on the theme of light in night landscapes. Presented is a selection of star-scapes, light paintings, Aurora Australis and twilight stills, as well as moving images accompanied by Andreas sound works. Arwens art-making involves a discovery of re-connecting with the beauty of the night, holding the light as a listener/responder to the suffering of people and place, finding solace while immersed in wild landscapes under silent night skies or by the sea, and the joy of moving with light (using light painting)
    9. City of Clarence Open Art Exhibition Clarence City Council invites local artists to exhibit paintings, photography, drawing and printmaking, and mixed media works in this ever popular exhibition. Prizes to the value of $3300. All artists are welcome. Entry forms will be available from July by contacting the Schoolhouse.
    10. Cover Up This presentation is the first solo exhibition by Julie Winlow featuring, bronze, ceramic and multi media sculpture. The work comprises of some adult themes and viewers may find the work confronting.
    11. Dark Mofo Darkness is spreading across Tasmania, as the Museum of Old and New Arts winter festival Dark Mofo returns in 2014 to celebrate the dark through large-scale public art, food, music, light and noise. Building up to the solstice and the Nude Solstice Swim, Dark Mofo in Hobart will feature the Winter Feast at the waterfront (June 19-21), a large-scale public artwork to light up the winter night, the Mona till Midnight opening of MONAs winter exhibition, a curated Dark Mofo Films program, the usual after-hours debauchery of Dark Faux Mo, plus performances, installations, and much more.
    12. Degradation and Reflection Degradation & Reflection is a photographic reconstruction by Mandy Schoene-Salter of decaying buildings and materials such as the roof of a burned down house, fallen down foliage and an abandoned old bus. These fragments of decay are captured in their processes of deterioration, and as they appear in frozen time capsules never again will they these objects appear as they were at the moment of capture; never again will they hold such potential. After the photographs are taken, the items are left behind, but a series of new constructions are made from these temporal image fragments. The elegant yet simple technique of mirroring or reflecting the photographs upon themselves were used, when the mirrored images construct duplicate worlds out of singular realities. The picture is no longer representing the real, or highlighting un-noticed details of life, but rather reconstructing a new image form fragments of the past.
    13. Dog's Day Out Dogs are special members of our families and Clarence Council dedicates a day to them at the Rosny Farm. Featuring agility competitions, dress-ups, visiting vets and the Poochibald Art Prize, Dogs Day Out also offers a barbecue and live music to entertain the whole family.
    14. Dollhouse and Miniatures Extravaganza Exhibition and sale of miniatures, dollshouses and components with Tasmanian and mainland artists and traders. The main feature of the exhibition will be the Miniature Enthusiasts of Tasmania's miniature department store: Lilliput. The store has 20 departments constructed and assembled by MET members throughout the state. Our art gallery will feature 20 different scenes depicting a variety of occupations, all in 1/12th scale.
    15. Fred Smith - Dust of Uruzgan In 2011, songwriter and diplomat Fred Smith returned from 18 months in Uruzgan Province, southern Afghanistan with a collection of songs he released as the album Dust of Uruzgan. The album won rave reviews and coverage on national radio, television and print. Smith is currently back in Uruzgan working alongside Australian troops as they prepare to withdraw from the province by Christmas 2013. He will be returning to Australia in 2014 to tour the Dust of Uruzgan stage show.
    16. From the Side Lighting and Furniture Design by Duncan Meering. Light and its dispersion through and around forms can influence our mood and how we think about a lived-in environment.
    17. From the Side Out the Front Lighting and Furniture Design by Duncan Meerding. Light and its dispersion through and around forms can influence our mood and how we think about a lived-in environment.
    18. Hobart Horticultural Society Annual Chrysanthemum and Floral Art Show Come and enjoy the beauty and magic of the City of Hobart's Chrysanthemum and Floral Art Show. There will be the usual great display of the magnificent Chrysanthemums which are among the best in the world and can only been seen in Hobart at this show. Other autumn flowers, fruit and veggies as well as lots of lovely floral art including a display on the stage titled Autumn Fantasia. We are hoping there will also be some creative entries from children if you have kiddies or grand-kids, please encourage them to enter their creations in the show.
    19. Howelling On the 21 of October 1818, a convict from Yorkshire, England, Michael Howe was finally cornered and brutally clubbed to death by authorities. Howes decapitated body was unceremoniously buried near his hideout on the banks of the river Shannon, his head was in turn taken to Hobart town to be exhibited to the good people of that fine city. In his hut a kangaroo-skin diary was found and, as rumour and folklore has it Howe had inscribed with his own blood, not only his ruminations, but a list of flowers that he had once know back home in Yorkshire and had hoped to grow on the banks of the river. Sabrina Evans investigated this folklore and coupled it with the visual power and symbolism found in the Major Arcana of the Sun Tarot card. The Sun card, whilst appears joyful and uplifting, represents the dualities of life and death, reality and of the unconsciousness, a realm of what eventually will be experienced as physical death. Brings about a depiction of the folklore of Tasmanias colonial history as a symbolic step in the spiritual journey of this land.
    20. Hubert Duprat - Mona Meet Hubert Duprat. This French artist is an enigma of the best possible variety. He conducts experiments - not necessarily to solve problems or to test hypotheses - that poetically investigate the border between art and science. Fundamental questions for Duprat include 'what is art?' and 'what is an artist?' and his interests extend to geology and archaeology, as well as the natural sciences. Here at MONA - in his first solo exhibition in Australia - Duprat's intriguing approach will be on full display. This exhibition will see him use natural magnets, crystals sculpted by microscopic atomic arrangement, Neolithic flint-knapping techniques and synthetic substances invented by modern industry. He's also continuing his iconic decades-long work with the caddisfly. He'll enlist live indigenous caddisfly larvae (a freshwater aquatic insect) to decorate their silk body-cases with gold spangles and jewels instead of the usual pebbles, twigs and sand. Which begs the question: who's the artist here - human or insect?
    21. Identifying Culture Taking the audience on a visual and emotive journey, Identifying Culture, explores socio-cultural connections within the European landscape. Through the historic medium of intaglio, this exhibition portrays the tensions between culture and language but also examines personal ancestral roots to the past, to nostalgia and a homage to the Polish homeland. Prints by Kate Piekutowski.
    22. In the fast lane… In the fast lane... is an exhibition of mixed-media works by Donna Ritchie that explores our nostalgic triggers whilst commentating on our vehicle usage. In just one moment we can become nostalgic when a visual sensory grabs our attention and draws us back in our own memory.
    23. Insight Radical - Conversations on Art and Science Join us for an evening of wine & nibbles to discuss INSIGHT RADICAL: where science meets art in conversation with scientist Dr RENEE BEALE and Winsor & Newton resident artist NATALIE OCONNOR. A unique event of chemistry experiments, conversations on colour, discussions of permanency in artwork, and also cabbages
    24. Islands to Ice Islands to Ice explores the definitions, perceptions, mythology and motivations of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. It explores the places, the people, the creatures and the phenomena that make the great southern wilderness a world of its own.
    25. Lifestyle and Leisure Expo Something for everyone at the Hobart Leisure and Lifestyle Show. The 2014 Hobart Leisure and Lifestyle show will be huge with many caravans, campers and RVs on display, plus advice galore to help with your travel plans.
    26. Light and Water A exhibition of works that explore the interaction between light and water by SAC Studio Artist Philip Murrell. This exhibition is a display of traditional landscape format paintings looking at the transition between land and water and the interaction of light. Some of the works are however along a more abstract theme again exploring that interaction.
    27. MetaMatter Nadege Philippe-Janon experiments with animation, materials and elemental substances, creating otherworldly miniature environments that explore relationships between human and non-human. From an anthropocentric view of the world, humans are considered to be active and nature is considered passive. However, we are surrounded by ever changing processes, systems within systems, and inextricably entwined networks of interaction. MetaMatter explores these networks and offers us a less human centered view of the living and material world, questioning the Western influenced dichotomy between nature and culture to suggest that we are implicated in and connected to the vibrant world around us. The works are created using animation and organic and inorganic ephemera, and emerge as miniature ecosystems in themselves, involving electricity, the gallery space and the viewer into their environments.
    28. Mr Peacock’s Garden Kellys Garden Curated Projects is an initiative of the Salamanca Arts Centre and made possible through the generosity of Aspect Design and fundraising from SACs supporters at Quiz Night. This project was assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts. Julie Payne would like to thank the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens for their generous donation of time and expertise. Biography: Julie Payne
    29. Museum of Old and New Art - MONANISM Exhibition Permanent exhibition: MONANISM - Evolving. Curated by David Walsh, Olivier Varenne and Nicole Durling and the MONA team.
    30. Museum of Old and New Art - The Red Queen The Red Queen is a character from Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass. She's a sinister mixture of power and futility: even as she doles out orders willy-nilly, she seems to lock herself in a weird and lonely prison of words: 'What's the French for fiddle-de-dee?'
    31. Quiz Night - The Republic Bar and Cafe Come and enjoy the fun of our regular quiz and why not have dinner at the same time. Entry is $2 per person with all money going towards prizes. Spot prize and lucky door prizes. Call 62346954 to book your table. This is always a popular night we recommend you book in advance.
    32. Radiata The artists will host a conversational artists talk in the exhibition space. This event will be an opportunity to discuss the work and related ideas with the artists in a casual forum over a cup of tea. This exhibition will bring together the work of three emerging artists, William Horan, Jacob Raupach and Felix Wilson, working primarily in photography who are exploring human relationships with the non-human through engagement with a single species of tree, the Radiata Pine.
    33. Royal Hobart Show Experience country life with a carnival atmosphere. At this year's show you will be able to see a wide range of attractions, activities and animal exhibitions and judging that celebrates Tasmania's agricultural industries as well as well your love for domesticated pets such as cats and dogs.
  • Festivals and Celebrations (12)
    1. Anzac Day Dawn Service - Clarence A Dawn Service will be held at the Clarence RSL. ANZAC was the name given to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps soldiers who landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey early on the morning of 25 April 1915 during the First World War (1914-1918).
    2. Anzac Day Dawn Service - Lindisfarne A Dawn Service will be held at the Lindisfarne RSL. ANZAC was the name given to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps soldiers who landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey early on the morning of 25 April 1915 during the First World War (1914-1918).
    3. Anzac Day Dawn Service - Richmond A Dawn Service will be held at the Richmond Town Hall. ANZAC was the name given to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps soldiers who landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey early on the morning of 25 April 1915 during the First World War (1914-1918).
    4. Australian Wooden Boat Festival Join us in Hobart, the home of the Australian Wooden Boat Festival - a spectacular four day celebration of maritime culture and craftsmanship. Over 500 boats and wooden craft of all shapes and sizes will congregate on the city's historic waterfront. This amazing scene of colour and activity provides the perfect setting for an extensive program of dockside entertainment, music, demonstrations, and displays. Opening with the wonderful Parade of Sail on Friday, there is action aplenty on the water throughout the weekend.
    5. Clarence Jazz Festival Held in beautiful outdoor, riverside and historic locations, the Clarence Jazz Festival is one of Tasmania's most popular music events. Audiences love the great performances, unique locations and unrivalled good vibes. The Festival presents the very best in local jazz talent and great performers from around Australia.
    6. Craig Wellington and Friends Festival of Voices presents Craig Wellington and Friends. In 2013 Craig Wellington and Friends sold out at Voicebox as part of the Festival of Voices, so they are back by popular demand in 2014 to perform more classics from the world of musical theatre.
    7. Festival of Voices Festival of Voices brings captivating song to Hobart in the heart of winter. The Festival of Voices offers a diverse range of concerts featuring the best in international and national talent as well as performances by our many touring and workshop choirs. FOV concerts are unique offering exciting opportunities to be up close and personal with amazing solo and ensemble performances.
    8. New Years Eve at The Taste Emjoy bands and performers and then the skies of Hobart will come alive with light and colour during a family fireworks display in Sullivans Cove at 9.30pm and a grand fireworks display on the waterfront at midnight, promising something special to bring in 2011. Come with a group and book a table or buy a general entry ticket and move around the party. Join in and dance, absorb the festive atmosphere and
    9. Rare Food and Cider at ESF+W Join cooking identity Karen Goodwin-Roberts Elizabeth Street Food + Wine for a unique evening of culinary rarities.This six course dining experience will highlight an extensive range of Tasmanian forgotten and lesser known ingredients, woven into delicious dishes, presented with Karens usual flair and matched with a range of the best Tasmanian ciders. Even the most seasoned food lovers are likely to be exposed to unfamiliar flavours and some ingredients are bound to set smartphone fingers tapping secretly under the table!
    10. Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race The Rolex Sydney Hobart is a 628 nautical mile yacht race which begins in Sydney Harbour and finishes in Hobart. Be part of the scene at one of the worlds great blue water classics.
    11. Savour Long Table Dinner The Festivals finale dining experience will be the ever-popular Savour Long Table dinner on Hobarts waterfront. The event will be Asian styled and will include dishes from guest chefs Will Meyrick of Sarong and Mama San in Bali and E&O (Eastern + Oriental) Jakarta, Dan Hong of Sydneys Mr Wong, Ms G's and El Loco, Christopher Shane Chan Yai Ching of Nobu Melbourne and local chefs Cheryl and Naser Daci of Daci and Daci. A variety of wines available for purchase by the glass or bottle.
    12. Savour Tasmania Savour Tasmania will present an array of events celebrating Tasmanias world-class produce and beverages, our innovative and dedicated producers and the passionate chefs who bring these elements to our table with flair. Since its inception in 2009, Savour Tasmania has aimed and succeeded at positioning Tasmania as an island provedore, nurturing produce of unparalleled quality and delivering sublime eating experiences. Our guest chefs have delighted in being part of a food festival that shines the light on passionate Tasmanian food producers who deliver the ingredients for their gastronomic creations.
  • Markets (5)
    1. Baby and Kids Market - Hobart This Baby & Kids Market is for preloved goods for boys & girls from birth to 7 yrs. All Baby & Kids Markets are held inside, so no matter what the weather brings, we will proceed.
    2. Flourish Handmade Market Flourish Handmade Market is a new fresh market located at New Town (southern Tasmania), showcasing a unique range of locally designed and handmade businesses. Visit Flourish Handmade Market for a unique range of locally designed and handmade homewares, kids clothing & toys, stationery, food, gifts, jewellery and much more...
    3. Frock Up Tasmania Retro, designer, antique and vintage clothing spanning two hundred years are to be found on the racks of the local and interstate dealers who frock up in Hobart twice yearly. There is millinery ranging from Jane Austin era bonnets to classic forties numbers, Victorian era lace up boots, fine Italian leather shoes, buttons big and small, textiles ranging from Liberty fabric to flower power era designs, mens wear, jewellery ranging from costume jewellery costing a few dollars to antique items costing hundreds or thousands of dollars, patterns, womens magazines, boxes of antique lace, unmentionables as the Victorians would say and of course boudoir items. As well as the thousands of items for sale it's always a fabulous fashion exhibition.
    4. MoMa MoMa is no ordinary market its a sensory celebration of art, food and life, on the lawns at Mona. Drink crafty cocktails in the sunshine, devour everything from South American pork churrasco to New Orleans po boys, debate the naff-free art, craft and performance, or zone out on a beanbag.
    5. Salamanca Market - Weekly Food, music, art and craft, clothing, antiques, collectables, books, bric-a-brac, jewellery. Enjoy the sights, sounds, flavours, action and colour of one of Australia's best outdoor markets.
  • Performances (43)
    1. 1984 The Theatre Royal presents a Shake & Stir Theatre Co production 1984. Tripleplusgood. To borrow from newspeak,doubleplusgood doesnt quite do 1984 justice
    2. 2014 Uni Revue - The Habbott, An Elected Journey - Hobart The Old Nick Company Presents 2014 Uni Revue The Habbott, An Elected Journey. The Old Nick Company is delighted to present Tasmanias annual theatrical bout of political satire, satirical song and dance numbers, parody, and the odd (and sometimes very odd) private part.
    3. ABBA The Concert - The GOLD ARRIVAL Tour - Hobart Get ready Australia ABBA The Concert The GOLD ARRIVAL Tour has landed and is set to take the country by storm in 2014 with a two-hour tribute show that will re-live the hits of the Swedish pop phenomenon. A win on the internationally recognised Eurovision song contest in 1974 catapulted ABBA a group made up of two couples comprising Agnetha Fltskog, Bjrn Ulvaeus, Benny Anderson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad to become a household name.
    4. Admission One Shilling - Hobart Andrew McKinnon and Phil Bathols present Admission One Shilling. Patricia Routledges chemistry with Piers Lane, developed over many years of friendship, makes their performance a delight" CANTERBURY FESTIVAL
    5. ANAM Concerto Competition The Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) is dedicated to the artistic and professional development of the nations finest young musicians. In this concert you get to hear students from ANAM perform back-to-back concertos. Enjoy exceptional music-making at the exceptional price of only $20 ($15 concession/student).
    6. Apia Good Times Tour - Hobart Featuring music legends Joe Camilleri, Richard Clapton, Russell Morris and Leo Sayer Presented by APIA with Premier Artists
    7. Ball Park Music It is said that all good things come in threes and today Ball Park Music made a triple announcement that is guaranteed to excite their fans: a new single She Only Loves Me When Im There, a National album tour, and the release date for their third album Puddinghead. Puddinghead will be released on Friday 4th April 2014 via Stop Start and Inertia. This new record is the follow up to their 2012 sophomore release, Museum.
    8. Big Baby - Boss of the World - Hobart Terrapin Puppet Theatre, in association with the Theatre Royal, presents Big Baby - Boss of the World. BY VAN BADHAM
    9. Born From Animals The Tasmanian Theatre Company, supported by The Theatre Royal, Presents Born From Animals. A triptych of new plays by Tasmanias finest playwrights: Tom Holloway, Finegan Kruckemeyer and Sean Monro
    10. Both Sides The Theatre Royal and Promac Productions present Both Sides. STARRING DAVID HOBSON & RACHAEL BECK
    11. Buddy the Concert Scott 'Buddy' Cameron's 10th Anniversary Tour Cameron has a strong presence and a great voice belting out song after song with apparent ease, he is a more than capable actor with a good sense of timing and a admirable turn on the texan accent. SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
    12. Celtic Illusion Witness the Magic - Hobart Created by and starring Anthony Street, former principal dancer from Michael Flatlelys Lord of the Dance, & Rhythms of Ireland comes the new Irish dance spectacular taking Australia by storm, Celtic Illusion. Embark on a journey where for the first time ever, Irish dance & illusion are brought together on one stage.
    13. Circus Oz - Hobart The Theatre Royal presents Circus Oz. Before the world was swamped by slick and sharp sales teams, ready to sell you anything, advertising billboards were hand painted and a show could be pulled out of a wicker trunk.
    14. Classical Triple Bill Theatre Royal and the Australian Ballet present The Dancers Company s production Classical Triple Bill. In 2014 The Dancers Company will dazzleTheatre Royal audiences with a triple bill of ballet gems including Paquita, Rimbombo and Swan Lake (Act III).
    15. Controlled Falling Project - Hobart The Theatre Royal presents a thissideup production Controlled Falling Project. Quirky and physical, majestic and muscular... CITYSEARCH
    16. Dash A great finish to the Concert program, Melbourne-based Dash promise an evening of creative risks and melodic piano-driven song writing. Concerts start at 7:30pm unless otherwise notified. Entry is by gold coin donation and concerts usually run for 1 hour. Booking not required. Concerts which are not part of this Concert Series may require an entry fee.
    17. Dave Hughes - Pointless As seen on The Project and Before The Game. As heard on Nova 100. Hes said goodbye to breakfast radio and farewell to The Project all that remains is his first love live, standup comedy. Hughesy is absolutely loving being back on stage with his all new show Pointless and he cant wait to throw open the doors at Wrest Point Entertainment Centre!
    18. Deception - A Night of Unique Illusions with Bodane Hatten Dare to be deceived! Join Tasmanian-born illusionist Bodane Hatten in an all-new entertaining night of mystery and intrigue. After the success of Bodane last full length show, Underground Magic in 2011 and a year wowing audiences at Dracula's, Bodane returns to the state in this all-new show of skills and trickery.
    19. Food - Hobart The Theatre Royal presents a FORCE MAJEURE AND BELVOIR co-production Food. a robust meal... warm, substantial,
    20. Hell Aint A Bad Place To Be - The story of Bon Scott Wander Productions and Theatre Royal present Hell Aint A Bad Place To Be: The story of Bon Scott. By Andrew Barker
    21. Henry V The Theatre Royal presents A BELL SHAKESPEARE PRODUCTION Henry V. Bell Shakespeare... synonymous with quality theatre.
    22. In The Next Room A hilarious and heart-warming story of self-discovery and the power of one woman. Written by Sarah Ruhl. Directed by Steven Jones.
    23. It's Dark Outside It's Dark Outside ...moving and uplifting"
    24. James Blunt Moon Landing World Tour JAMES BLUNT WITH SPECIAL GUESTS BUSBY MAROU James Blunt returns to Australia in 2014 with special guests Busby Marou.
    25. John Waters - Looking Through A Glass Onion In 1992, John Waters and Stewart DArrietta took to the small stage at the Tilbury Hotel, Woolloomooloo, Sydney with their debut production of Looking Through A Glass Onion. What was an initially a one week booking quickly sold out and extended into a six week, sell out season. Thus the original seed of Looking For A Glass Onion was born. Fast forward, after a massive 137-date tour in 2010/2011/2012, John and Stewart are returning with their up close and personal 2 man show in 2014 whilst gearing up toward launching the production Off Broadway in New York.
    26. Johnny Cash the Concert Golden Greats of 'The Man In Black' - Hobart Award winning singer, Daniel Thompson and Golden Guitar winning Australian guitar Legend, Stuie French are back, bringing you ALL things CASH with their acclaimed, Johnny Cash The Concert. Featuring songs spanning Cashs entire career, from Hey Porter to the Highwayman, At Folsom Prison to the American Recordings and including the collaborations with some of his most iconic contemporaries.
    27. Journey's End To commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War. Written by R.C. Sherriff. Directed by Robert Jarman.
    28. Legally Blonde Legally Blonde the Musical OMG you guys!
    29. Little Red Riding Hood - Hobart Festival of Voices presents Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf. A TWIST IN THE TAIL
    30. Marina Prior Live 204 - Hobart Come and join Marina Prior as she celebrates her ongoing journey as one of Australia`s favourite artists with her brand new show in 2014. Marina has received numerous awards including four MO Awards, three Green Room Awards, and the Advance Australia Award for her contribution to the performing arts and in 2006, she was honoured with induction into Australias 100 Entertainers of the Century and this is one show you don't want to miss!
    31. Melbourne International Comedy Festival Road Show - Hobart Touring leg of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Every year, a motley crew of witty so and sos spend a month entertaining wide-eyed audiences in the comedy capital of Australia. After tickling the funny bones of anyone who will listen, it is then time to take their best jest and share it with the rest of Australia- hence, the Melbourne Comedy Festival ROADSHOW.
    32. Mr McGee and the Biting Flea - Hobart The theatre royal presents a patch theatre company production Mr McGee & the Biting Flea. Emerging from dozens of suitcases and crates, three curious warehouse workers transform a storeroom into enchanting little miracles of music and play.
    33. Musica Viva Tasmania - American Brass Quintet On this, its first Australian tour, the American Brass Quintet will bring to life the sound-world of Renaissance Venice with lively transcriptions of Monteverdi madrigals and canzoni by Gabrieli and his contemporaries. Program
    34. Musica Viva Tasmania - Australian String Quartet Australias showcase quartet has a new line-up. Fresh talent Ioana Tache (violin) and Sharon Draper (cello) join veterans Kristian Winther (violin) and Stephen King (viola) in a one-off concert for Musica Viva Tasmania of Haydn, Beethoven and Bartok at Hobarts Town Hall on Saturday August 9 at 8pm. Programme:
    35. Musica Viva Tasmania - Borodin Quartet Famous in the West during the Cold War era, the Borodin Quartetwhose past members have included Rudolf Barshai and Mstislav Rostropovichthrough its longevity and the consistent quality of its performances, holds an established position in the history of twentieth century chamber music. Here they present a program laden with drama, beauty and even a little terror. Program
    36. Musica Viva Tasmania - Ian Munro Ian Munro is one of this countrys most celebrated pianists, and was featured composer for Musica Viva Australia in 2011. He combines an international solo career with extensive chamber music work, notably with the Australia Ensemble. He is the only Australian to be awarded the Premier Grand Prix at the Queen Elizabeth International Competition for Composers (Belgium). For Musica Viva Tasmania he offers an extraordinarily varied program of Baroque, Romantic, Impressionist and Modern music. Program
    37. Musica Viva Tasmania - Wilma and Friends As Concertmaster of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra since 2003, Wilma Smith has combined her love of symphonic repertoire with a busy chamber music life. She was last heard in Hobart in Musica Viva Tasmanias 2012 series as part of Ensemble Liaison, and audiences will remember its spectacular performance of Messiaens Quartet for the End of Time. For this performance she is joined by two of New Zealands finest chamber musicians: her long-time collaborator, Michael Houstoun described as New Zealands foremost Beethoven pianist; and international prizewinner and Principal Cello of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, Eliah Sakakushev von Bismarck. Program
    38. Oh What A Night - Hobart A Musical Tribute To Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. When you sit down to enjoy the production of Oh What a Night!, you will be in for an incredible evening of entertainment.
    39. Perfect Tripod - Australian Songs Inspired by their celebrated rendition of Paul Kelly's Meet Me in the Middle of the Air, the harmony supergroup that is Eddie Perfect and Tripod have re-united to craft a collection of gorgeous vocal arrangements of iconic Australian hits across the ages. Australian Songs is a hand-picked playlist of fair-dinkum winners, filtered through four of the most idiosyncratic voices and musical brains working on the Australian stage today.
    40. Pete the Sheep - Hobart The Theatre Royal presents A Monkey Baa Theatre Company production Pete the Sheep. Pete the Sheep is a brand-new 50-minute musical, based on Jackie French and Bruce Whatleys quirky and quintessentially Australian picture book.
    41. Psychic Medium John Edward Seeing is Believing! Psychic Medium John Edward has captivated audiences' worldwide on his TV shows Crossing Over and Cross Country. He is the world's foremost psychic medium and author of numerous critically acclaimed New York Times best sellers. See him connect with the other side as he visits Hobart. There will be question and answer sessions and messages from loved ones on the other side and more.
    42. Rektango Rektango is a FREE live music event held every Friday evening in the Courtyard (weather pending). Kick-started by Tania Bosak in 2000, Rektango has become a Hobart Institution. This family friendly is the perfect way to finish the week: a chat with friends, great music and a good dance!
    43. RUFUS - Worlds Within Worlds Tour 2014 has started well for RFS. They blew crowds away at this years Falls and Big Day Out festivals, scored 3 songs in the Hottest 100 and are about to spend March and April touring the U.S and Europe. They return to Australia in May to take their live show around the country on their Worlds Within Worlds tour.
  • Sporting Events (4)
    1. City to Casino Fun Run and Walk City to Casino Fun Run! The first event was held on 22 July 1973 with just 229 entrants. Since then participation has grown to over 3,000. 11km Run starts on the Brooker Highway opposite Hobart Showground and finishes at Wrest Point. Walkers are not permitted to enter the 11km event. This is a condition of Tasmania Police.
    2. Le Tour de Norfy Challenge Derwent Cycle Challenge the annual Derwent Cycle Challenge. Choose from three rides. The 38 and 76 km circuit will take you up the picturesque Derwent River, through Bushy Park and back to New Norfolk. The 106km circuit will challenge you as you ride to Hamilton, over the hills to Ellendale then back to New Norfolk. All rides begin and end at Kensington Park, New Norfolk.
    3. North Melbourne v Adelaide Crows - AFL 2014 There is nothing as exciting as a live game of football played at the top level, with superb athletes battling it out for the ultimate prize of the right to play in the AFL Grand Final. In Round 22, North Melbourne meets Adelaide Crows at Blundstone Arena, Bellerive, Hobart.
    4. North Melbourne vs St Kilda - AFL 2014 There is nothing as exciting as a live game of football played at the top level, with superb athletes battling it out for the ultimate prize of the right to play in the AFL Grand Final. In Round 17, North Melbourne meets St Kilda at Bellerive Oval.


  • Full Day (37)
    1. Aardvark Adventures Tasmania Aardvark Adventures is an adventure tourism business located in Hobart, Tasmania. With over 28 years in the industry, we specialise in abseiling, white water rafting, school programs and team-building/bonding activities. Our staff are committed to the principles of best practice, and are leaders in the development of new programs and safety techniques.
    2. Adventure Island Tours Adventure Island Tours are a Hobart-based day tour operator specialising in tours of Southern Tasmania.
    3. Airlines of Tasmania Airlines of Tasmania operates daily flights to Flinders Island from Hobart, Launceston and Moorabbin (Victoria) airports. There are twice daily airline services Monday to Friday with Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon services available.
    4. Alistairs Trout Fishing and Adventure Tours Alistairs Trout Fishing and Adventure Tours offer freshwater fishing tours tailored to your needs and requirements. Your guide has 20 years of experience fishing the excellent trout waters of Tasmania and will share with you his intimate knowledge of the best places to try your luck.
    5. Apple Isle Wine Tours Apple Isle Wine Tours offer complete food and wine tours from Hobart, in Southern Tasmania. Based in Hobart, we offer a choice of full, half and private day tours and an experience you will not forget. Destination wine regions include the Coal Valley, Huon Valley, Tamar Valley and the Derwent Valley. Tours include pick up and return from your accommodation, the airport, or the Tasmanian Travel Centre.
    6. Boutique Wine Tours Tasmania Boutique Wine Tours Tasmania, based in Hobart, offers premium one and half day tours for small groups. On tour you will see some beautiful countryside and historic sites, and have opportunities to sample some of the regions finest wines and produce. Cellar door sales are available at all vineyards and options for small groups available.
    7. Bruny Island Cruises Bruny Island Cruises provide wilderness cruises along Bruny Island's rugged coast, southern Tasmania. Winner of Tasmanias Best Tourist Attraction 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 this multi-award winning experience has been published by Travel + Leisure as one of the 100 Greatest Trips of the World in 2008. The cruise was also winner of the Australian Tourism Award for Ecotourism 2009. Bruny Island is a small island accessible by vehicular ferry at Kettering, 35 minutes drive south of Hobart. Passengers can drive themselves to Bruny Island for the three hour cruise, join the tour from Kettering or take a full day tour from Hobart including meals and transfers.
    8. Bruny Island Safaris Bruny Island Safaris offer adventure tours of Bruny Island, Southern Tasmania. Bruny Island's beauty and bounty abounds with magical views at every turn, across Adventure Bay, The Southern Ocean, The Tasman Sea and to the snow peaked mountain ranges of Southern Tasmania.
    9. Bruny Island Traveller Bruny Island Traveller is a full-day land-based guided exploration of Bruny Island in Tasmania's south. It is another quality experience from Pennicott Wilderness Journeys, Tasmanias multi-award winning ecotourism business.
    10. Cradle Coast Tours Cradle Coast Tours are experts in showing visitors around Tasmanias north-west region. Cradle Coast Tours focus on ensuring their guests have a relaxed holiday, and their guides have first-hand knowledge of the local area.
    11. Devilmania Tours and Charters Devilmania Tours and Charters invite you to come and see the beauty of Tasmania. Come on one of their personally conducted tours and charters around Tasmania, and see what you want at the pace you like. The comfortable air-conditioned minibuses seat from eight in the Toyota Tarago, 11 in the Ford Transit to 24 people in the Toyota Coaster Bus - so you can enjoy Tasmania in a small, friendly group with lots of individual care and attention. Devilmania Tours and Charters can do half and full day tours, as well as group charters for weddings, birthdays and all your special events including airport transfers and private charters.
    12. Entourage Sailing Entourage Sailing offers unique skippered sailing adventures primarily in the cool clear waters of Tasmania. Our 42 foot Jeanneau Entourage can take up to six guests outside sheltered waters to access those special places in Tasmania's waterways and coasts that few get the opportunity to experience.
    13. Evans Coaches Evans Coaches is a family based business based in the heart of the Huon Valley in Southern Tasmania. The business began 38 years ago with one school bus run and has steadily grown over this time. The business has recently been purchased by Luan and David from Luans parents, and they have implemented a number of changes since, including an increase in the fleet.
    14. Experience Tasmania Choose from the widest range of quality half and full day sightseeing tours then sit back and relax in modern vehicles while our experienced driver/guides provide you with a safe, fun filled and informative tour to Hobart's major attractions. Learn about Tasmania's convict heritage on a Port Arthur day tour or experience pristine forests and unique timbers with a visit to the Huon Valley/Tahune Forest Airwalk or Russell Falls and Mt Field.
    15. Eye See Personalised Tours Eye See Personalised Tours, located in suburban Hobart offer flexible personalised tours in Southern Tasmania. They consist of full day tours, half day tours or special overnight tours. Included are vineyards and wine tasting, national parks, historic, scenic, relaxation or exploration of special requested tours. Travel is in a luxury air-conditioned vehicle with a minimum number of two people and a maximum of six.
    16. Force 10 Fishing Charters At Force 10 Fishing Charters in Tasmania's south your experience will be both rewarding and fun. Nothing satisfies the crew more than being able to give their clients the ability to thoroughly enjoy their time on the outstanding waters of the spectacular Tasmanian coastline. Whether it is a corporate or group booking or a one-on-one charte, Force 10 Fishing Charters offer the perfect experience.
    17. Go Dive Go Dive offers diving tours almost anywhere around Tasmania. Sites include the Tasman Peninsula, Bathurst Harbour, Flinders Island, Tasmanias east coast and Launceston. Tasmania offers some of the world's best temperate water diving, and is a must dive for any serious diver. Each area in which we dive, has many different dive sites along with an incredible variety of dives, including kelp forests, wrecks, sea caves, seal diving, reef dives, and deep dives, theres a dive that will appeal to everyone's sense of adventure!
    18. Grayline Tasmania Sightseeing Grayline Tasmania Sightseeing offer full day and half day tours from both Hobart and Launceston. You can visit the popular Port Arthur Historic Site which evokes a powerful sense of our past convict era. Choose from a variety of options, including Salamanca Market on Saturdays, depending on which one suits you. You may wish to choose a morning or afternoon tour of Hobart or venture out to historic Richmond, visit the southern wineries, take in the MONA experience with an alternative combination or head to the Huon Valley to walk amongst the treetops at Tahune Forest Airwalk.
    19. Great Expeditions Great Expeditions offer a selection of tours and tailored options, based in southern Tasmania. Great Expeditions make the effort to take you to the secret places that make this island so special. Operating with only small groups, tours are personal and flexible travel for as long as you want and do whatever you want.
    20. Herbaceous Tours Herbaceous Tours cater for all who are passionate about food and wine in Tasmania. Do you want to know the food sources, how it was cultivated and produced? Then a Herbaceous Tour is for you. Herbaceous Tours take you through the farm gate and allow you to interact with a diverse group of farmers, providores and producers of Tasmanian food and wines. Most of the facilities visited are working farms that do not normally cater for tourists. This ensures that each participant is sure to enjoy a genuinely unique experience of Tasmania.
    21. Hobart Historic Cruises Hobart Historic Cruises runs a wide range of tours including scenic harbour cruises with lunch, dinner, morning and afternoon tea and of course the famous Cadbury factory and city sight tour. The Emmalisa was built in 1942 for the Royal Australian Air Force by Slazenger; the Tennis Racket Macker and was built to carry the bombs out to the Catalina flying boats for bombing raids during World Two. She was at Rathmines Sea planes R.D.S.N on Lake Macquarie.
    22. Hobart Shuttle Bus Company Richmond Mount Wellington Shuttle Buses operate tours from Hobart to Richmond and Mount Wellington. The Richmond tour consists of pick up from anywhere in Hobarts city and suburbs, and transporting to Richmond via the Coal Valley wineries. You have approximately three hours sightseeing in Richmond before returning to Hobart via Risdon Vale taking in Risdon Brook Dam.
    23. Hobart Walking Tours Hobart Walking Tours are the ideal way to experience Tasmania's natural beauty and fascinating history.
    24. Hobart Water Taxis A water taxi service for Hobart and surrounds. We are also available for tours around the Harbour or you can charter us for an extended period. Places of interest we can take you include: Lindisfarne; Motor Yacht Club of Tasmania (non-members welcome) where the Restaurant Reflections has views of Hobart with the Tasman Bridge in the foreground, take a look at the Governors Launch the Egeria.
    25. Hobart's Trikemania Adventure Tours Hobarts TrikeMania Adventure Tours offers a variety of exciting and adventurous tours around Hobart. You have the comfort and relaxation of an armchair combined with the excitement of a powerful Trike ride. The tours are safe, even for children, with a seat belt per person. You can choose from 15 minute tours to day tours. We accommodate everybodys idea of fun, excitement and adventure. Explore Hobarts historic areas. You can wind your way up Mt Wellington for the greatest ever views over Hobart. Hobarts TrikeMania Adventure Tours operates all year round, most popular in winter to see the snow covered Mt Wellington. The operator makes sure that you are well covered up with sheep skin, jackets, gloves and a scarf, all provided at no charge.
    26. Love Tasmania Tours Love Tasmania Tours is a Hobart based coach tour company offering sightseeing tours to some of the best tourist experiences in Tasmania, experiences we are sure you will love. We offer single day tours and multi day tours to all parts of Tasmania. We can show you places that are World Heritage listed, beaches acknowledged as some of the worlds best, wonderfully innovative tourism experiences and the tastiest of produce and food. Not to forget some seriously enjoyable award winning cool climate wines, boutique beers and fine whiskeys. Specialising in tailor-made tours for your group, we also have a range of pre-packaged tour for you to choose from. Our coaches range in size from 18 to 57 seats, are mainly Mercedes based and are fitted with high back seats, seat belts and air-conditioning for your safety and comfort. Some coaches are wheel chair enabled for two chairs, with an electro-hydraulic lift, restraint straps and seat belts for each.
    27. Paddlefish Tasmania - Kayak Fishing Adventures Paddlefish Tasmania is the first unique Kayak Fishing Tour Adventure experience operating in Tasmania. From chasing flathead and salmon in the calm bays and beaches withing minutes of central Hobart, to trout fishing in the pristine upper Derwent and Huon rivers or targetting bream in the tournament waters of the lwer Derwent. Whatever the experience, Paddlefish Tasmania can cater for it. Utilising the latest in stable, fishing specific sit on top kayaks and Tasmania's best pristine calm water locations, tours are suitable for first timers to seasoned professionals. With limited group sizes a personal and professional guiding experience is delivered by tour guide and owner, Nathan Meyers, who has over 30 years experience in fishing Tasmania's abundant waterways.
    28. Regency Vip Regency VIP provides half-day and full-day car tours in Tasmania. Explore the history and beauty of the island state in the luxury of a tour car.
    29. Scenic Travel Tasmania Scenic Travel Tasmania offer you a touring experience in the comfort of your own chauffeur driven car. Scenic Travel operate a range of tours in Launceston, Hobart and on Tasmanias east coast, or Scenic Travel can tailor a tour to suit your special interest.
    30. Southern Isle Charters Southern Isle Charters operates out of Hobart and offers luxury guided cruises ranging anywhere from Coles Bay to Recherche Bay. We give you the opportunity to design your own cruise package, or alternatively, we can design a package for you and you can just sit back and enjoy. Experience the limitless water and coastal activities this exceptional region has to offer. Visit secluded islands and bays. Observe marine wildlife from Sea Eagles, fairy penguins and Dolphins to Fur Seals in their natural environment.
    31. Tasman Island Cruises Tasman Island Cruises offers a spectacular three-hour cruise along the Tasman Peninsula coastline, Southern Tasmania. This Pennicott Wilderness Journey takes you for a cruise the extraordinary coastline of Tasman National Park, between Eaglehawk Neck and Port Arthur.
    32. Tasmania Tour Guide Tasmania Tour Guide is located in Hobart and offers full and half day tours to interesting destinations around the Hobart region. Enjoy one of our tours or design your own customised tour. Select from locations such as City, Sandy Bay, Kingston Beach, Mt Wellington, MONA Museum of Old and New Art, Bonorong or Zoodoo Wildlife Parks, Richmond Village or Port Arthur to name just a few. We can offer you and your party a customised tour to the destinations of your choice.
    33. Tasmanian Air Adventures – Seaplane Tours Tasmanian Air Adventures (TAA) provides seaplane tours into the heart of Tasmanias wilderness, from the convenience of the Hobart waterfront. Tours from 30 minutes to three hours. Departing Kings Pier in Hobart, step aboard the seaplane from which you will be exhilarated in a way that comes only with combined air, land and sea experiences. With highly experienced crew to ensure a memorable trip, relax as you taxi on the Derwent River, getting ready for the excitement of your first seaplane take-off and the imminent breathtaking views. See Tasmanias Wilderness like it was meant to be seen in all its grandeur, in a way that leaves no trace. A modern communications system ensures you do not miss a thing as the pilots provide you with a fascinating interpretive experience.
    34. Tasmanian Seafood Seduction Join us for a full day cruise from Hobart gathering the freshest Tasmanian seafood. Enjoy a gastronomic journey as part of an intimate group of up to twelve on our custom-built yellow boat. Visit a salmon farm and enjoy oysters shucked straight from the water. Watch your guide dive for abalone and sea urchin and pulling a crayfish pot.
    35. Tasmanian Whisky Tours Tasmanian Whisky Tours gives you the opportunity to visit three to four distilleries in a single day, to taste up to ten Tasmanian single malt whiskies, to meet the whisky makers and to go behind the scenes of the distillation process. All while being guided and driven through spectacular Tasmanian landscapes from the Derwent Valley to the Central Highlands to the Tasman Peninsula. Seven of the nine distilleries are in Southern Tasmanian and on each tour you will have the opportunity to visit the estates, tour the distilleries and enjoy an inclusive picnic lunch of seasonal local Tasmanian produce from the famous Wursthaus Kitchen.
    36. Wild Bike Tours Wild Bike Tours offers travellers more than what's in the brochure. Theres an experience that simply cannot be summed up in a picture or two. Yes, the scenery is jaw-dropping amazing! However, you cant capture the fresh smell of eucalypt and peppermint trees after an overnight rainfall. Or the calm sea-breeze across your face as you ride along a three kilometre stretch of isolated beach. And you certainly cannot appreciate the scope of a 360-degree view of the entire south of Tasmania, whilst sitting atop 1,260 metres of volcanic mountain with barely a soul in sight! Wild Bike Tours will take you and your friends deep into the remote wilderness of southern Tasmania for a full day adventure ride. Or, if you're short on time, an exhilarating ride down the face of Mount Wellington on our special Wellington to the Waterfront ride, which spends plenty of time off the road!
    37. Wizzya There Mini Bus Service Wizzya There Mini Bus Service offers flexible tours and transport in and around Hobart. The mini bus is luxurious, roomy and can carry up to twelve people in air conditioned comfort. There is also a 21 seater bus, perfect for larger groups. We service in and around the Hobart area and surrounding suburbs. Our service also can be for charter or hire throughout Tasmania. We are fully flexible, and work with you to ensure all your transport requirements are met.
  • Half Day (19)
    1. Ghost Tours of Hobart and Battery Point Allow yourself to be guided in the ghostly footsteps of convicts and bushrangers, whalers and sailors, barmaids and prostitutes, cannibals and criminals. Walk amongst the dead from our legendary past. Leisurely walking tours of two hours leave at dusk from the famous 24 hour bakery, The Bakehouse, situated in Salamanca Square. We only visit genuinely haunted sites so cameras, video cameras and other equipment used to record paranormal activity are ok. Please go to our website and check out our gallery for some of the marvelous ghost photographs to date taken on our tours. If you haven't discovered Ghost Photography... let us introduce you.
    2. Gourmania Food Tours Tasmania Gourmania Food Tours Tasmania was established in 2011 by former pastry chef and sixth generation Tasmanian, Mary McNeill. Gourmania invites you to engage with Hobart citys history and culture through Tasmanias fabulous food and wine.
    3. Hobart Adventures Get a different perspective on one of the worlds most beautiful harbour cities on the Hobart Paddle. Be part of Hobarts vibrant waterfront on this relaxed, two-hour tour to discover the city from a different perspective and enjoy some of the freshest fish and chips youve ever tasted.
    4. Hobart City Council Wildlife Tours Hobart City Council Wildlife Tours is located in Hobart and offers a zoo and wildlife experience. The Beaumaris Zoo Site managed by the Hobart City Council although remembered most as being the site the last known Tasmanian Tiger died has a chequered and interesting European cultural history.
    5. Hobart Explorer Coach Tram Tours Hobart Explorer Coach Tram Tours lets you explore Hobart and surrounds in a converted historic tram. Note that due to operational reasons, other vehicles may be used. In this three hour comprehensive tour you will see over 40 of Hobart's historical sites aboard the converted coach tram, including 5 stops.
    6. Hobart Historic Tours Hobart Historic Tours operate the great Walking Tours of Hobart. Join the friendly guides to learn about the famous sandstone buildings, Town Hall, St. Davids Cathedral, the Old Gaol, Treasury and stories of many interesting characters important to the early colony, all on the Hobart Historic Walk. Relax on the Old Hobart Pub Tour with a dive into the old waterfront pubs, and hear of brothels, smuggling and other infamous doings. Or enjoy a pleasant stroll with the Battery Point Walk in the famous dreaming old quarter, in which little has changed in 150 years. The Hobart Historic Walk is an excellent introduction to Hobart and its history, making it ideal for visitors and providing a healthy walk. Tours can be tailored to your requirements and schedule including Battery Point and Salamanca in a number of combinations.
    7. hobARTwalks HobARTwalks will introduce you to the vibrant, diverse and dynamic arts community of Hobart during a fun and very informative walking art tour. Knowledgeable and very friendly tour guides will take you behind the scenes to visit artists' studios, commercial and non-commercial galleries and other spaces that are not always accessible to the public. On all ARTwalks you will view contemporary art by emerging and established artists and have the opportunity to meet gallery owners and artists to discover why Hobart is such a popular art destination. Tasmanian wine, cheese and other delicious offerings are included in all ARTwalks.
    8. Iron Pot Cruises Join us for a 2 hour cruise exploring the beautiful waterways of Hobart and learn about the citys maritime history. Departing Franklin Wharf on the waterfront, you are part of a small group of up to twelve. Cruising down the Derwent River pass historic Battery Point, the iconic Wrest Point Casino and the Shot Tower at Taroona.
    9. Lady Nelson Lady Nelson offers you a sailing experience of a lifetime, on the River Derwent in Hobart. You have the opportunity to sail for 90 minutes like the sailors of old, on a square rigger, and to go below and see the galley and sleeping quarters of a working tallship. The cruise will take you out onto the Derwent, with possible highlights including: views of Government House, the Queens Domain, historic Battery Point and Mt Wellington.
    10. Louisa's Walk (Live History!) Louisa's Walk is unique strolling theatre depicting the Convict Drama of South Hobart. Centred in and around the world heritage listed Cascade Female Factory this is live theatre which will take you into the heart of an Irish convict woman's story - Louisa Ragan. You will be moved as Louisa tells her story. You will learn of her arrest, conviction and transportation to Van Diemen's Land on a seven year sentence, in 1841, for stealing a loaf of bread.
    11. Mt Wellington Descent Experience a thrilling downhill ride from the summit of Mount Wellington down to Salamanca Place. Departing from Hobart you will transfer by bus to the summit of Mount Wellington. Rising to 1270 metres, Mt Wellington is a spectacular and panoramic backdrop for Hobart. From the top youll see for miles up the Derwent Valley, down to the Southern Ocean and across to Port Arthur. The inlets, bays and hills of this beautiful city are spread out in a stunning panorama, detailed at the lookout at the summit.
    12. Penitentiary Chapel Ghost Tour (National Trust) Penitentiary Chapel Ghost Tour operates ghost tours of the old Penitentiary Chapel and Criminal Courts, in Hobart. The Penitentiary Chapel and Criminal Courts is one of Tasmanias oldest and most historic buildings, started in 1831 to the design of the famous colonial architect John Lee Archer, it was to be a chapel for the adjacent Prisoners Barracks. In 1860, two wings of the buildings were converted for use as criminal courts.
    13. Peppermint Bay Cruise - The The Peppermint Bay Cruise is fully guided cruise from Hobart to Peppermint Bay. Peppermint Bay is a waterfront restaurant, bar and function facility at Woodbridge in southern Tasmania. Led by knowledgeable guides, you will explore 75 kilometres of dramatic coastline, secluded bays and tranquil seaside towns. See footage of sea gardens and giant kelp forests, taken by the boats underwater cameras. Watch for sea birds, seals and dolphins - you may even see majestic sea eagles at close range. Youll visit a floating Atlantic salmon farm to discover the process of raising this sought-after fish, which is exported throughout the world. Enjoy a three course banquet style hot lunch at the award winning restaurant. After lunch you can stroll in the grounds, see fine Tasmanian products in the Coach house crafts store, enjoy a glass of locally produced wines or just wander the town. You will then board the Peppermint Bay II for your return journey to Hobart.
    14. Red Decker Company Red Decker Company provides double-decker bus tours around Hobart, in southern Tasmania. Experience and explore the architectural and cultural sights of Hobart on Red Deckers double-decker bus. Whilst sitting on the top deck, enjoy some great views of city sights in Hobart.
    15. Sandy Bay Historical Society Inc. Sandy Bay Historical Society Inc. conducts walks by appointment only. Tours can be arranged for alternate times and days for large groups.
    16. Settlement Secrets Nestled in the heart of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery are the earliest buildings that still exist following first European settlement of Hobart, 1804. "Settlement Secrets" is a theatrical journey amongst these buildings and more. Step back in time with an invitation to meet with the Lt Governor, Sir John Eardley-Wilmot, in his private secretarys cottage.
    17. Steam Yacht Preana Step aboard Preana and travel back over a century on this faithfully restored steam yacht. Immerse yourself in an atmosphere of Edwardian opulence while onboard this gentlemans steam yacht. Enjoy a delicious morning tea or sip pre-dinner drinks in the shady stern cockpit taking in the magnificent harbour scenery.
    18. Tas Laser Skirmish Tas Laser Skirmish is an exhilarating combat simulation game with the main playing field located in Kingston, in Tasmanias south. Laser skirmish is much like a live computer game. Strategy, playing skill and most importantly team work is what is required to complete missions successfully.
    19. Top Gun Tasmania Pty Ltd Top Gun Tasmania, near Hobart, offers adventure flights in a high-speed military fast jet. The flights depart from the Top Gun base at Hobart International Airport, a 15-minute drive (17 kilometres) east of the city. You can choose from a number of half-day flying adventures, including the Top Gun Jet Adventure; Tactical Jet Profile; Low Level Combat Mission and the Ultimate Jet Adventure. With a former military fighter pilot at the controls of your Jet Provost Mk5, you will experience jet fighter aerobatics; bombing attack and missile defence manoeuvres; low altitude, high speed flying; and the intensity of gravity forces as you hit speeds of over 600 kilometres per hour. You will be given a comprehensive safety and mission brief and outfitted in a full military pilot flying suit, helmet, oxygen mask and gloves, before stepping onto the tarmac for the flight of your life.

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