With more and more people holding weddings in the island state, you may be wondering what you are going to do after the main event is over.
For those who live locally this won't be a problem, with your expert knowledge of the best places to eat or grab a coffee already ingrained after years of exploring.
However, interstate visitors may find it a little tricker to find their feet given the rich variety of places and activities to choose from during the spring.
So for those who are making their way across the Bass Strait and are in need of a quick how-to guide, you can find the answers to all of your questions either by reading on or taking a quick look at the rest of the Discover Tasmania site.
Hobart is more than just the state's capital – it is also the cultural centre of the island and a great place to see the latest shows and exhibitions.
For a weekend of history, music, markets and discovery you will want to spend time getting to know the harbour foreshore, MONA and its exciting ‘Theatre of The World’ exhibition, and world famous Salamanca Place.
It is also a great place to slip into a hip pocket bar after a gourmet dinner with friends before dancing the night away.
Cradle Mountain is the it destination for anyone in need of some quality R&R. From luxury spas to five star restaurants and wine venues, you will be to sit back and let the tension melt away as you soak in the magical scenery while also getting a hot rock massage.
For those who like wine there is nothing like a quick stopover in Launceston and then day trip to the Tamar Valley. Let the experts' help you choose the ideal wine for all your favourite meals as you go on a tour of the state's best vineyards.