Category Archives: Discoveries

Notes, thoughts, observations and things we have heard or found

Dec
08
2012

Welcome in the new year with lanterns, fireworks and fantastic live entertainment at Devonport's Eve in the City – Lantern Dreams Festival! Pack up your gear and take a road trip to Tasmania's northwest coast to enjoy this family festival … Continue reading

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Dec
03
2012

Exploring the fantastic Launceston attractions and engaging in all day activities can be hungry work – so here are some top food spots to visit during your stay. Continue reading

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Dec
02
2012

Another new music festival has been announced for Tasmania, with the nine-day Hobart Baroque Festival taking place in April 2013. Continue reading

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Nov
30
2012

Pure Foods Eggs have jumped behind the appeal to save the Tasmanian Devils by donating 20 cents from each specially marked carton of eggs sold. Continue reading

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Nov
27
2012

Tasmania’s Robert Pennicott has been named by National Geographic as one of 10 ‘Travelers of the Year’. Continue reading

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Nov
23
2012

Free up the dates of January 4 to January 5 2013 for the Moorilla Hobart International at the Domain Tennis Centre. Continue reading

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Nov
22
2012

Enjoy a day of Motown soul and African-American gospel with the free event, Standing in the Shadows of MONA. Continue reading

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Nov
21
2012

Chill out on a hot summer’s day with a new beverage, Willie Smith’s Organic Cider, from apple orchardists William Smith and Sons and Sydney-based businessman Sam Reid. Continue reading

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Nov
16
2012

If you’ve made a visit to the Port Arthur Historic Site, don’t forget to also make your way to the Cascades Female Factory Historic Site, to learn about the female perspective of convict life in the 1800s. Continue reading

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