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[19 Sep 2011 | One Comment | ]
Vines in the Valley: Huon region wine tasting

While the Tamar and Coal River Valleys are probably Tasmania’s best known wine regions, the south has much to offer.

Here are three that are most likely to be open during your visit to the Huon Valley.

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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.

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[18 Aug 2011 | One Comment | ]
Hartz Mountains for the ‘soft adventurer’

Short on time, fitness or courage but keen to glimpse the beautiful south-west wilderness area of Tasmania?

As well as the challenging walk up to Hartz Peak (1255 metres), the Hartz Mountains National Park features several much shorter and easier … Read the rest

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[13 Jun 2011 | One Comment | ]
Bruny Island – southern Tasmanian paradise

Less than a couple of hours drive south from the state capital, Hobart, Bruny Island is an ideal getaway for locals and travelers alike.

The two main bodies of the island are linked by a thin, sandy isthmus. Whilst North … Read the rest