Blog Posts - Tasmania



Unexpected Destinations for Beer Lovers

There are many things that spur people to discover certain destinations: a pristine beach, an iconic landmark … a pint of perfect suds. In some countries, beer is part of the very fabric of the culture. Places like Belgium, Germany and the Czech Re...
by Viator Travel Blog on Jun 17, 2016

17 of the World’s Most Extraordinary National Parks

Yellowstone was the world’s first national park. As the US National Park Service turns 100 years old this year, people from around the country (and globe) are flocking to these iconic reserves. US National Parks now number more than 400 and welcome...
by Viator Travel Blog on May 25, 2016

The Breathtaking Landscape of the Freycinet National Park

Ah, Tasmania! So much natural beauty everywhere you look. Perfectly crafted colourful landscapes as far as the eye can see.  From flower covered hills to rugged granite peeks of the one and only Freycinet National Park. And what a sight! Our journey...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Feb 16, 2016

The Stunning Bay of Fires – Hidden Gem of Tasmania

The name itself, Bay of Fires, has sparked my interest and my imagination has taken me to a wonderland of pictures, feelings and colours. I have read that even Lonely Planet has named this magical place the hottest travel destination in the world. Na...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Feb 14, 2016

The Extraordinary Landmark – The Nut in Stanley, Tasmania!

An incredibly, extraordinary landmark lives in this region coined ‘The Edge of the World’.  Here in this historic town called Stanley, Tasmania you will find ‘The Nut’.    A solidified lava lake of a long-extinct volcano, towering 152m ab...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Feb 7, 2016

Tasmania Accommodation: Recommended places to stay for a memorable trip!

We recently had a blast on a very busy but enjoyable road-trip through Tasmania.   Lots of planning went in to the road-trip prior to departure!  So to help you with your planning, we wanted to share with you our recommendations of where we stayed...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Jan 26, 2016

Walking the Trails at the Majestic Cradle Mountain

Cradle Mountain took my breath away!  Despite the pretty chilly weather and the downpours of heavy rain, we could not resist but to simply immerse ourselves into this incredible and unique alpine landscape with it’s majestic rugged peaks.   I ha...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Jan 19, 2016

Hobart Accommodation: The ultra comfortable Salamanca Wharf Hotel

There are so many reasons why Hobart, Australia’s second oldest city, should be on your itinerary whilst exploring Tasmania. A city filled with so much history, culture and one incredible local vibe!  If nothing else, it is essential to visit this...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Jan 17, 2016

Top 10 Things to do around Port Arthur, Tasmania

Port Arthur is truly a sensory wanderland with a variety of spectacular places to see, beautiful walks, extraordinary activities to do and a captivating history to learn about. Let me show you what I really saw on our journey to Port Arthur, Tasmania...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Jan 12, 2016

Top 10 Travel Essentials for Tasmania

We recently had an incredible road trip around Tasmania. The scenery, the nature, the wildlife there will truly blow you away.  It really is a destination that allows you to connect back with the wilderness, one that allows you to feel miles and mil...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Jan 5, 2016

An Award-Winning 3 hour cruise with Pennicott Wilderness Journeys

Have you ever been on a cruise boat? How about a cruise along the Tasman Peninsula which happens to have the highest cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere?? Well, if your answer is no, put on some warm clothes and fasten your seatbelt. You are about to e...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Dec 15, 2015

A Journey back in time at Port Arthur Historical Sites

by Wanderlust Storytellers on Dec 13, 2015

10 Tempat Keren di Dunia Yang Harus Kamu Kunjungi Sekali Seumur Hidup

Travel Blog Reservasi – Destinasi indah dan menarik di belahan dunia tentu lebih banyak kalian ketahui lewat cerita dan film-film petualangan. Tetapi sesungguhnya tempat-tempat itu benar-benar ada di dunia nyata. Kalian harus mengunjunginya set...
by Reservasi.com on Dec 8, 2015

Kreglinger 2006 Vintage Brut - Tasmania

COOL climate Tassie sparkling a greatchoice with Festive celebrations in mindTASSIE BUBBLY BOASTS A GRAND HERITAGEDavid EllisG and C KREGLINGER has been one of Belgium's most-respected wine companies since its founding in Antwerp way back in 1797 as...
by Vintnews on Dec 7, 2015

Port Arthur Accommodation: Peaceful and secluded Harpers on the Beach

Driving across the country sides of Tasmania, in a place called White Beach, there is a place called Harpers on the Beach. Gorgeous little place. Our Port Arthur accommodation option whilst exploring the Tasman Pensinsula. Harpers on the Beach is a b...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Dec 6, 2015

Heemskerk Coal River Valley Chardonnay Pinot Noir 2010 - Tasmania

A CRACKER for party-room celebratingor that special-occasion dinner.ONE TO NOTE:  TASMANIA'S Heemskerk has vineyards in some of the most southerly and therefore coolest grape-growing regions in Australia, places that allow for slow and gentle ri...
by Vintnews on Oct 25, 2015

Prep.Prop.Style.Shoot: Snapshots from Breakfast plus a Pineapple & Kiwi Green Smoothie

When a chef, one who runs a holiday property in the country none the less, emails to ask if you want to come down to Tasmania to teach a two-day food photography and styling workshop, the only possible answer is yes. When she mentions that she’...
by 84th & 3rd on Sep 14, 2015

100 Places I Backpacked Through That You’ve Never Heard Of, in Australia

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel “We may never meet again so shed your skin and let’s get started” – Split Enz Firstly, this article has taken a fair bit of work over the years and I’m finally gett...
by Don't Stop Living on Jul 27, 2015

Sweet as Honey

There’s a great selection of products available for sale at the Melita Honey Farm in Chudleigh, Tasmania. Choose from honey, lip balms, lotions, sunscreens, bags and more. Enjoy tasting the different varieties of honey and visiting the tiny...
by Wabisabi Green on Jun 9, 2015

Tasmanian Devils, Kangaroos and Quolls Oh My!

The Trowunna Wildlife Park and Sanctuary just outside of Chudleigh, Tasmania is doing wonderful work to save and rehabilitate native animals. The park is home to the largest population of endangered Tasmanian Devils. There are also kangaroos, wallab...
by Wabisabi Green on Jun 9, 2015


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