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08 December, 2023

Your next summer adventure

Summer is here! With another year in the books, it’s time to enjoy the Australian summer and get on the road- whether you’re travelling to the mainland or exploring Tassie! We’ve pulled together this updated guide to help you jump into holi…

07 August, 2023

Road trip around Tasmania’s wild, wild west!

Point your compass toward adventure with this week-long west coast self-drive itinerary.

07 August, 2023

Tasmania’s best family-friendly hikes

From little rambles for little ones to more adventurous treks, these are Tasmania’s top family-friendly trails and hikes, perfect for a family adventure.

11 January, 2023

Top five reasons to sail with Spirit of Tasmania

We’re big on luggage, room to relax and ways for you to save.

03 January, 2023

Best holiday lunch ideas

Where to eat, drink and be merry in Tassie and our Victorian port of Geelong.

21 December, 2022

A Christmas holiday in Tasmania you’ll never forget

Put these experiences on your itinerary for a Christmas holiday in Tasmania you’ll never forget.

30 November, 2022

Visit Sheffield: A town of quirky cultural festivals

This local community is enjoying a revival driven by steam and street art and is one of the winners of this year's Tassie’s Top Tourism Towns award.

09 November, 2022

Family-friendly activities for your next trip to Geelong

Round up the kids and head to Geelong, your next family holiday destination.

26 August, 2022

Family fun: Five experiences everyone will love

If you are planning a family holiday to Tassie, you’ve probably added popular attractions like Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Tasmazia, Launceston’s Cataract Gorge and maybe even a Tassie Devil encounter to your list. But family fun h…

05 August, 2021

Seven-day family-friendly foodie road trip

Pack the car, board Spirit of Tasmania and take the whole family on this epicurean seven-day road trip, loaded with deliciousness for all ages. We hope you are hungry!

18 July, 2021

Mona 101: From mind-blowing art to off-the-wall wining and dining

Never been? Haven’t visited for a while? It’s always changing so you’re missing out!

16 September, 2020

Animals unique to Tasmania

Approximately 10,000 years ago, the Tasmanian landmass was connected to mainland Australia. However, rising sea levels isolated Tasmania, causing its environment to develop more specialised and unique animal species. Anyone who enjoys trave…

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