Freycinet: the jewel in Tasmania's crown
Freycinet is rightly famous for its iconic Wine Glass Bay, but there is so much more to see and do on this stunning part of Tasmania’s wildly wonderful east coast. Explore the wonderful coastal hikes, taste your way around the many vineyards or stay in absolute luxury at Saffire Freycinet.
Two essential road trips across Tasmania
Discover contrasting stories of ancient culture and tenacious pioneers, to wineries handed down over generations and seafood plucked fresh from the ocean on two Tassie road trips for your bucket list: Western Wilds, and the North and Great Eastern. Both are broken into five days of adventures.
A bright new dawn for Devonport's foodie scene
Considered the gateway to Tasmania’s stunningly rugged North West, Devonport is being transformed from a working port city into a thriving food lovers’ haven. You could easily spend a week in this part of Tasmania, but even if you only have a weekend or a few days, you can pack a lot in.
King Island: the people, the produce and a place like no other
Most people know King Island for its cheese, beef and golf courses, but the sense of community and the warmth of welcoming residents will also steal your heart. It’s a working farming island, and a nature-lovers paradise, so most of the activities revolve around produce and the great outdoors.