Category Archives: Discoveries

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

May
28
2012

The weather may be cooling down, but locals in the northwest of Tasmania are preparing for a fiery celebration of art and creativity. Continue reading

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May
27
2012

Jazz at MONA is a fun activity that family and friends can enjoy together on a rainy winter’s day. Continue reading

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May
24
2012

Two weeks of non-stop food action, with the Savour Tasmania gastronomic extravaganza now underway. Continue reading

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May
23
2012

Wine tasting is about more than just sipping on a good red, it is also a great chance to meet new people and discover Tasmania. Continue reading

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May
20
2012

Woodwork tours and lessons in boat making are on the agenda at the Wooden Boat Centre in Franklin. Continue reading

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May
17
2012

Step back into Australia’s convict past when you travel along the Heritage Highway. Continue reading

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May
15
2012

Hobart’s Playhouse Theatre will host a production of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap from May 25 to June 9, 2012. Continue reading

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May
13
2012

Tasmania is quickly becoming a leading destination for wine making, with news that the island state has caught the eye of investors. Continue reading

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May
12
2012

An eating tour of Tasmania is a great way to fight off the winter chills and enjoy the succulent flavours of the island state. Continue reading

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