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[7 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]
Tahune Airwalk – Tree top adventure

Love or hate the forestry industry it has to be said they do provide some very interesting resources and experiences for visitors to Tasmania.

If you visit Adventure Forests Tasmania you’ll find information on four major locations.

Of the four, … Read the rest

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[3 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]
Hastings Caves – Go underground in Tasmania’s far south

Tasmania is home to some 4,000 known caves, including the deepest caves in Australia. While many of these are the domain of the serious adventure caver only, there are several excellent examples that you can walk through to admire the … Read the rest

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[28 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
The Tasmanian Transport Museum

If you are a kid of any age there’s a good chance you like trains, steam trains especially, but usually any train will do.

Finding trains in Tasmania can be tough though, as the last regular passenger services stopped here … Read the rest

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[13 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
Hobart night life – live venues

Every now and then I like to remind myself the days when I was young.

I’d go out and see live bands until all hours of the night.

These days it takes something special for me to stay out late … Read the rest

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[16 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]
Adrenaline Adventure Jet Fighter Flights – Tasmania

Do you need the ultimate adrenaline adventure?

Have you ever dreamed of riding shotgun in a jet fighter?

Can’t wait to feel the  rush of adrenaline as you race through the Tasmanian skies in a jet fighter?

or….do you … Read the rest

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[15 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]
What’s in a  name? The Huon Valley Apple Museum

If you’ve done a little travelling around our fair country you may have become just a little numb or confused by the naming of tourist attractions.

In fact sometimes the word “attractions” itself can be justifiably questioned when icons such … Read the rest

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[1 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]
Five things to do in Hobart when it’s raining

You’ll quickly discover that a little bit of rain does not deter Tasmanians, and it shouldn’t put a stop to your fun either. Outdoor attractions like the Salamanca Market will still be open and buzzing if it’s drizzly.

Rain might … Read the rest

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[30 Aug 2011 | No Comment | ]
Tasmania’s boating surprise

Tasmania is world famous for wood. The most famous of all is the venerable Huon Pine.

It is in short supply these days with the location of living trees a closely guarded secret and stockpiles of old wood worth a … Read the rest

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[28 Jul 2011 | No Comment | ]
Shippies Hotel – Battery Point – Hobart

We are a bit reluctant to let you in on this secret.  Having used the Shipwright Arms Hotel in Hobart as our accommodation  base for a few years, we really don’t want it to change or get too busy. It … Read the rest

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[29 Jun 2011 | No Comment | ]
20 + great things to do in Hobart

Tasmania boasts some really vibrant communities, especially the capital, Hobart.  Devote at least 2 days to this lovely harbour city, and you will be rewarded with a truck load of history and culture.  There is a great variety of excellent … Read the rest