Kurt Standen won November’s epic 1796 km Tassie Gift bike race, while the event faces a potentially bumpy road ahead due to red tape.
With streets boasting well-preserved original Georgian architecture, this Apple Isle town is bursting with historic character.
A grumpy looking Tasmanian fish with flashy Broadway features is the poster child for an extraordinary battle against extinction.
History & Culture
Inspired by the Scottish Munros,
peak baggers in Australia can now
add the 158 Tasmanian Abels to their
list of must-climb mountains.
This gorgeous Georgian-era town offers much of historical significance.
The emu is iconically Australian, appearing on cans, coins, cricket bats and our national coat of arms, as well as that of the Tasmanian capital, Hobart. However, most people don’t realise emus once also roamed Tasmania but are now extinct there.
From remote Tassie and Victoria, to the heights of Peru, Africa and the Himalaya, here are some cracking treks for your walking wish-list.
Rafting the Franklin is considered one of the world’s greatest river journeys. Even if you’re not a paddler, we reckon it’s one of the best adventures in Oz. Here’s why.
Australian Geographic Adventure
Tassie is renowned as an adventure wonderland. And that description extends to Hobart, its vibrant capital. Here are the reasons why.
Increasing development in Tasmania’s national parks is driving an ecotourism boom, but not everyone is happy about it.