Author Archives: Jennine Wesson
Nov
20
2011

The quaint fishing village of Orford is a great example of getting away from it all and enjoying a slice of Tasmanian seaside town culture. Continue reading

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Nov
19
2011

Rosebery is a quaint mining town in the north-west of Tasmania that is well worth visiting on your journey across the island state. Continue reading

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Nov
14
2011

The Amy Gillett Foundation launches the 2011 Share the Road cycle tour in Tasmania this week, offering business owners and managers a chance to donate to a worthy cause and test themselves Continue reading

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Nov
12
2011

Bike enthusiasts will be heading to the Ross Motor Cycle Rally in Tasmania later this month to celebrate their love for machines from the early 1900s to the present. Continue reading

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Nov
07
2011

Will you be lining up in the exciting and challenging Triple Top Mountain run in Tasmania next Sunday? Continue reading

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Nov
05
2011

You can find the perfect balance between distinctive natural beauty and high-speed adrenalin thrills on a jet boating tour in Tasmania. Continue reading

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Nov
03
2011

Have you been to Tasmania for some of the world’s finest abseiling and rappelling adventures in spectacular gorges and crags. Continue reading

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Oct
31
2011

If you are looking for a unique way to see Tasmania on your next trip, why not travel by ferry to one of its fascinating and unspoiled islands? Ferry travel by the two companies serving the route is a great … Continue reading

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Oct
28
2011

Anyone planning a trip to Bruny Island's Hothouse Cafe will want to make sure they book their table ahead of time, according to writer Sam Vincent. Writing for the Sydney Morning Herald, Vincent said he paid a visit to the … Continue reading

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Oct
26
2011

Connecting the Tasman Peninsula to the Forestier Peninsula on Tasmania's stunning south-east coastline, Eaglehawk Neck is a highlight of any journey to this beautiful corner of the world. The white sandy beaches and dramatic sea cliffs make this dramatic isthmus … Continue reading

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