Category Archives: Featured in the Press
May
08
2012

Enjoy a wine tour with your friends and family members the next time you make a trip to Tasmania. Continue reading

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Apr
20
2012

Two daily return services between Melbourne and Hobart are on sale NOW from just $45.95* for travel commencing 1st November 2012. Continue reading

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Aug
09
2011

Degustation ranges from sashimi grade tuna tartar, crayfish cannaloni, heritage pork belly and seared duck breast. The duo of Cape Grim beef (a perfectly red eye-fillet twinned with a braised, no less tender fillet of cheek) and the Derwent Valley raspberry parfait inspired lick-the-plate ideas. Continue reading

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Aug
08
2011

On the first Sunday of each month the Sunday Tasmanian runs a travel section on Tasmania. Each month we’ll post you some of our favourite excerpts from the paper. Here’s the first post from yesterday’s paper: Dr Lorne Kriwoken is … Continue reading

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Jul
29
2011

Tasmanian scenery is on show in the new film The Hunter, which has been selected for the Toronto International Film Festival. Continue reading

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Jul
22
2011

Seven Network’s Weekend Sunrise (national TV show) will be filming their weekend weather in and around the Tasmania’s North West Coast this weekend. This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase the North-West region of Tasmania and what it has to … Continue reading

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Jul
20
2011

A leading international nature writer and butterfly expert has fulfilled a dream by visiting Tasmania. Dr Robert Michael Pyle is a conservation biologist who says he has wanted to visit Tasmania as long as he has known it existed. “It … Continue reading

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Jun
17
2011

Tasmania. It is home to a wild circus of Tasmanian devils, quolls, wombats and platypus, rare birds and a World Heritage Area that claims a whopping 20 per cent of the island. Much of the wildlife including platypuses and quolls … Continue reading

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