Tasmanian Whisky: Hellyers Road Distillery

Hellyers Road Whisky bottles, Tasmania

Hellyers Road Distillery, Tasmania. We have lived literally minutes from Hellyers Road Distillery since our travel plans went a bit a bit sideways. We found ourselves not in Vietnam, but in Tasmania. And it’s been just over a year now since we made the move. During this year, we have mentioned visiting the Hellyers Road …

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Guide Falls Reserve: Tranquil waterfall walk

Guide Falls and Guide River in Tasmania

Guide Falls, Tasmania. In typical Tasmanian style, this waterfall and nature reserve is another blink and you’ll miss it destinations. But if you do happen to catch the sign post just outside the Ridgley township, then you’re in for a treat. Guide Falls Reserve has it all. Great facilities, some stunning short walks full of …

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Animal encounters at Cleland Wildlife Park

Australian snake at Cleland Wildlife Park

Cleland Wildlife Park. This award winning wildlife park is tucked away in the Mount Lofty Ranges that surrounds Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. Since its opening in 1967, Cleland has been a popular destination for local families and tourists from around the world looking to tick of their Australian animals bucket list. Free range …

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Itinerary: 10 day North West Tasmania

Crystal blue waters and sand of Boat Harbour, Tasmania

Looking for a Tasmanian itinerary? We’ve had a few inquiries lately about what to see and do in North West Tasmania. We’ve noticed a definite trend of visitors heading straight down to the state capital of Hobart and following along the east coast. While the east coast has plenty of iconic locations such as the …

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Tasmania Medieval Festival: A day in the middle ages

Knights jousting at the Tasmania Medieval Festival

Hear ye! Hear ye! Medieval lovers. Once a year, medieval knights from the sovereign military order of the Knights Templar gather together to organise a two day festival to celebrate all things medieval at the Tasmania Medieval Festival. This years festival was set under the mountainous gaze of Mount Roland, in the beautiful country town of …

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Fern Glade: Tasmania’s hidden nature reserve

Emu River flowing past a fern covered canyon wall

Fern Glade is a hidden treasure. It’s a stunning fern filled nature reserve tucked away in the hills just outside the town of Burnie on Tasmania’s North West coast. This delightful reserve is probably missed by most visitors passing through Burnie due to its location, but it’s one of the easiest to reach and family …

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