Best place for kids to see Tasmania’s Penguins

Little Penguins from North West Tasmania

Everyone loves Penguins. I remember visiting Victor Harbor as a child to see the penguins on Granite Island. Creeping quietly in the dark trying to catch a glimpse of these cute little animals returning to shore after a day out fishing. Penguin watching is a great family activity that your kids will love. And Tasmania …

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Tasmanias North West Instameet

Rain forest lunch by Bridge Hotel

This week I was lucky enough to participate in the Tasmania’s North West Instameet. If you’re not familiar with an Instameet, it’s basically a group of photographers meeting up, taking photos and sharing them on Instagram. Often to promote a product or destination. We headed out with TasmaniasNorthWest and Instagrammers from all around Tasmania. The …

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Tasmanian National Parks Pass: The Definitive Guide

Russell falls waterfall at mount field national park in tasmania

A Tasmanian National Parks Pass is essential to exploring Tasmania’s world-class national parks. Tasmania is known throughout the world for its outstanding natural beauty and wild landscapes. Visitors from around the world flock to places like Cradle Mountain National Park to explore the stunning mountainous alpine scenery or soak up the sunshine on one of …

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Gunns Plains Caves: Exploring Tasmania’s Remarkable Underworld

Giant crystal cave flow tower

The discovery of Gunns Plains Caves is genuinely an interesting tale. It all began by chasing a possum down a hole. Yep, that’s how these Tasmanian caves are believed to have been discovered. In 1906, Mr Bill Woodhouse was out hunting possums with his dog. While chasing down a possum his dog is alleged to …

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