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Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park

Step aboard our luxury catamaran, Schouten Passage II, which takes you from the gentle shores of Coles Bay to the world famous Wineglass Bay. Cruising the Freycinet Peninsula, you’ll experience stunning scenery, abundant wildlife and a rare, intimate perspective on one of Tasmania’s most extraordinary places.
Dolphins, seals, albatross and sea eagles are regular visitors to the cruise and whales are regularly sighted.

Lavender Fields at Bridestowe Estate

This famous landmark property is a stunning showcase that has made Bridestowe a benchmark for fine lavender oil throughout the world.Bridestowe Lavender Estate is spectacular at any time of year, with vistas spanning over 260 acres of lavender fields, landscaped gardens and native forest to the distant Mount Arthur. Visitors are encouraged to try lavender ice-cream and lavender brownies.

Russell Falls

Russell Falls is one of Tasmania’s most treasured and photographed places. The falls delight every visitor and can be reached by an easy track that suits some wheelchair users and those with strollers. Watch out for wildlife along the way, including cute pademelons. Russell Falls is located within Mt Field National Park.

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

The Sanctuary boasts wombats, koalas, birds, quolls and many amazing natives including the Tasmanian devils which are active during the day so they can be viewed at any time. We have over 80 free-roaming kangaroos that you can hand-feed with complimentary kangaroo food provided on entry and they love a scratch under the chin!

Cradle Mountain Helicopters

Cradle Mountain helicopters can share with you the highly acclaimed features of the Cradle Mountain World Heritage area. From the comfort of the helicopter you can enjoy unique and stunning views of Cradle Mountain, Dove Lake, Barn Bluff, Waterfall Valley, Crater Lake, along with Fury Gorge, Australia’s deepest gorge.

Tulip Farm, Table Cape

Sitting at 180 metres high, ‘The Cape’ – dominates the Wynyard coastline and offers spectacular views of Tasmania’s coast and agricultural farmlands. Take a short stroll along the cliff-top walking track to the Table Cape Lighthouse, the only operating lighthouse open for tours in mainland Tasmania.
Table Cape is also home to the Table Cape Tulip Farm where acres of patchwork fields explode with colour each spring.

Museum of Old & New Art (MONA)

It is Australia’s largest private museum and houses a diverse private collection that ranges from ancient Egyptian mummies to some of the world’s most infamous and thought-provoking contemporary art.
Mona is the only Australian experience that offers visitors a vineyard setting within a 15-minute drive of an Australian capital city.

Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs

Formed millions of years ago, these great dolomite caves were discovered in 1917 by timber workers. You will discover spectacular subterranean formations including flowstone, stalactites, columns, shawls, straws, stalagmites and the unusual helictites. The cave is spacious and well-lit and there are no narrow passages. There are a number of stairs inside the cave, all equipped with handrails.

Tasmazia and the village of lower crackpot

Tasmazia has a total of eight mazes. You can lose yourself in the Great Maze (one of the world’s largest botanical mazes), the Hampton Court Maze, the Yellow Brick Road Maze, the Hexagonal Maze, the Cage, the Irish maze and the Confusion Maze and test your co-ordination on the Balance Maze.

Three Capes Track

The Three Capes Track is an independent multi-day walking experience on the Tasman Peninsula. This 46 km journey in Australia’s far south-east leads you through a myriad of natural landscapes with exhilarating cliff top outlooks on Cape Pillar, Cape Hauy and stunning views to Cape Raoul.

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

Get to see the largest public conifer collection in the southern hemisphere including Wollemi pines, the peaceful Japanese garden and stunning Conservatory. Breathe in the perfume of the traditional herb garden and visit the Tasmanian Community Food Garden. See rare plants from Macquarie Island in the sub-Antarctic plant house and stroll along historic Arthur Wall, designed to be internally heated to grow exotic plants in Tasmania’s cool climate.

Salamanca Market

The iconic Salamanca Market is a celebration of Tasmania’s unique culture, creative artisans, talented musicians and diverse producers. The weekly outdoor market, held every Saturday, brings Hobart’s waterfront alive with the colours, sounds and smells of Tasmania. With the historic Georgian sandstone buildings of Salamanca Place as its backdrop and yachts and fishing boats moored nearby, this picturesque market is a favourite for locals and visitors alike.

Bay of Fires

Bay of Fires is a truly special region north of St. Helens on Tasmania’s north-east coast with clean white beaches, blue water and granite rocks splashed with orange lichen. Beach activities and bird-watching are popular in this beautiful reserve. You may even see a pod of dolphins as they cruise along parallel to the beach. The area is also known for its snorkelling and diving, with scenic reefs, corals, underwater caves and abundant sea life.

Seahorse World

All around the world, crowds gather to admire our seahorses in famous aquariums. But you can be get much closer to these mysterious creatures at our completely unique facility at Beauty Point, in the beautiful Tamar Valley, less than a one-hour drive from Launceston or Devonport.

Platypus House

Platypus House offers the opportunity to view live platypuses and echidnas at Beauty Point, Tasmania. Marvel at these unique animals in daylight conditions in an indoor setting. Tasmanian platypuses and echidnas are unique and cannot be seen anywhere else in the world.

Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts

The museum has a series of rooms that reflect the elegance of a past era with mahogany and walnut furniture, display cabinets of Georgian silver and glass and fine English, French and Chinese porcelain.
The collection is a rare and extraordinarily generous example of private philanthropy representing tastes and values which in both England and Australia were affordable by relatively few in the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Cable Hang Gliding

Voted “One of the top ten rides in Australia” – Getaway. Experience the thrill of Cable Hang Gliding, located at the Trevallyn Dam in Launceston, Northern Tasmania. You will feel excitement, exhilaration and freedom as you soar over an eighteen metre (59 foot) cliff face landing two hundred metres (656 feet) from your take-off point. Experience this in safety with experienced guides assisting with preparation and take-off.

Battery Point

Da Angelo Ristorante

At Da Angelom, we use a traditional Italian recipe to make only the finest homemade pasta, made daily on the premises. We are proud to serve each meal sautéed to order & will be happy to combine any pasta with any sauce on request. All pasta dishes are garnished with fresh parmesan cheese to enhance the flavour. Gluten Free available on request.

Famous for:
– Pasta
– Pizza

Salamanca Wharf Café

The Salamanca Wharf Cafe is fully licensed and open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacking 7 days a week.  The venue features a varying seasonal menu, focusing on local Tasmanian ingredients, and showcases Tasmania’s best wines and beers.  Salamanca Wharf Cafe is closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day and New Years Day.


Solo Pasta and Pizza

SOLO first opened its doors in 1983, and was proven very popular with many locals and tourists. This little trattoria, off the main strip in Sandy Bay, would be bustling with the regulars and visitors as wine poured into the night. Childhood mates, Simon and Dim, have now created a more modern feel and space since they extensivley renovated and doubled their seating capacity in 2014. This has allowed them to offer the ‘great experience’ that SOLO is known for to everyone.

Fish Frenzy

Fish Frenzy opened on Elizabeth Street Pier in November 1998 and quickly became known for its quality seafood, fast service and innovative presentation of its dishes. Largely through word of mouth followed by accolades in publications and magazines all over the world, the restaurant became a regular stop for many locals and is now sought out by interstate and overseas visitors.

Drunken Admiral

We provide the diner with a truly unique experience, offering the very freshest Tasmanian seafood and meals set amongst a vibrant maritime atmosphere. Our innovative and exciting A La Carte menu offers a great deal of choice and only the freshest of produce, and whilst we specialise in seafood, we are pleased to offer options to suit all diners.

Frogmore Creek

Frogmore Creek’s winemaking approach has been to “let the fruit do the talking”. Our wines are fruit-driven with only enough additional intervention, oak particularly, to provide subtle complexity and enhancement to the basic fruit flavours.
Restaurant of the year (Regional Australia)
2015 AHA Awards for Excellence
Tasmanian Restaurant of the Year

Ethos Eat Drink

We will do the rest. Whether dining a la carte or from the tasting menu, our dedicated team will take you through a meal that showcases the very best of the local, seasonal, small-batch produce that arrived at Ethos that morning. In short, we invite you to let us feed you with a bespoke repast show-casing a range of the best produce of the day at Ethos; or build-your-own meal from the menu in the Bar. All prepared by the same team, from the same produce and with the same amount of love.

Raspberry Fool

A cuddle from Mum – yep we serve comfort food. Our daily changing menu includes all day breakfast options, pies, salads, sandwiches, cakes and slices plus seasonal specials. We use quality ingredients (a lot of them local and organic) and take pride in what we do. Join us for breakfast, lunch or grab something to takeaway – perhaps a family pie for dinner.

Relbia Tasmania

Josef Chromy Restaurant

Josef Chromy provides a truly unique location for you to experience superb Tasmanian wines and fine cuisine featuring fresh local produce. The function centre includes a stunning restaurant that overlooks the picturesque lake and vineyard. Our winemaking style is founded on producing wines that show a true ‘sense of place’ and celebrate the individual characteristics of each unique vintage.



Situated in an 1830’s flour mill overlooking the Tamar River we have a fresh, local produce focused menu. Our extended growing season allows our produce to develop flavours deeper and more intense and maintain the acids in perfect balance, the results, produce brimming with natural goodness.

Black Cow Bistro

Welcome to Black Cow Bistro, an “up market” steak house from the local Stillwater team located on the corner of George and Paterson St in the Launceston CBD. Black Cow specialises in Tasmanian Beef with a small but carefully picked wine list. Dishes are designed around fresh local produce and served in a warm bistro style atmosphere alongside well-priced Tasmanian wines with some full-bodied reds thrown in for good measure.

Larceny Restaurant

Larceny’s, one of Launceston’s leading restaurants, is open for breakfast and dinner and offers an appetising menu using the finest Tasmanian produce. Larceny’s has one of the best stocked wine cellars to complement each dish, with a selection of the best Tasmanian wines as well as from other states of Australia. A comprehensive choice to satisfy everyone’s palette and pocket.

Novaro’s Restaurant

Offering a provincial Italian dining experience, Novaro’s is an award winning, intimate restaurant specalising in local produce. The dining room of the Edwardian home is warm and inviting dining room surrounded by artwork by re-known local artist Junko Go. With lush surrounds in the renovated Edwardian homestead, we’re here to make you at home in our dining room & take you on a special journey that is best enjoyed slowly.

Battery Point

Nant Whisky Bar

Nant Whisky Bars offer a selection of bites designed to match the full variety of Nant Single Malts and our premium selection of Tasmanian wines, beers and ciders. Provenance is at the heart of our Highland menu, with seasonal, local produce that celebrates Tasmania. Specialty items such as smoked meats, cured trout, conserves and spices are prepared on site and all our plates are designed to enjoy with our selection of Tasmanian wines.

Jack Greene

A european inspired local tavern specialising in craft beers and gourmet burgers.

Cargo Bar Pizza Lounge

Cargo Bar Pizza Lounge is set in the heart of historic Salamanca Place. This Georgian sandstone building constructed in the 1800’s was originally used as a bond and storage house. The stylishness of the wine and cocktail bar is based on an old world European concept incorporating elegance and appeal within a casual environment.

Jam Jar Lounge

Jam Jar Lounge opened in 2009, quickly establishing itself as a unique cafe/wine bar perfectly suited in historical Battery Point. Jam Jar was recently selected as one of the Top 10 Cafes in Hobart for 2014 (Tasmanian Food Guide Editor’s Choice).

Burnie Tasmania

The Butter Factory Burnie

Here at The Butter Factory we believe that entertainment is very important! What better way to enjoy your night out then with music! There is no better feeling than dancing the night away to a great live band. We believe this so much that we decided to have live music every weekend! From solo acts to 5 piece bands, if you want to listen to good live music then The Butter Factory is for you!


Saint John Craft Beer Bar

Saint John Craft Beer Bar,Launceston features up to 14 taps with the best of international, Australian and Tasmanian craft beer. As well as a fantastic range of bottled beer (170+), craft ciders, wines and top-shelf spirits. BYO food for lunch with plenty of options nearby for excellent meals, & good nosh knocked out of the food van out the back from 5.30pm.


The Glass House

The Glass House is Hobart’s newest dining bar perched at the end of Brooke Street Pier. This innovative floating pier is where ferries for MONA and Peppermint Bay depart, and Tasmanian makers sell their wares. It floats but it’s not a boat. Suspended over Sullivan’s Cove, The Glass House has redefined style on Hobart’s waterfront. Elegant cocktails, Tasmanian inspired small plates, international flair and 280 degree water views.

The Observatory Bar

Situated on Murray Street Pier, the Observatory bar opened on August 8 2007 following a major refurbishment. The com contemporary bar was designed by the Paul Kelly Design Team from Sydney and offers an unforgettable experience and a welcome splash of comfort and style to the wharf area of Hobart.

IXL Long Bar

Set against the classic Henry Jones backdrop of heritage architecture and innovative design, the IXL Long Bar is the perfect place to begin or end your evening. The Long Bar’s extensive drinks list includes specialty cocktails, fine wines, bottle and tap beers, hand-crafted ciders and prizewinning spirits and liqueurs.

Cascade Brewery

The Cascade Bar and Café overlook our beautiful heritage Gardens. Here you can sit back and enjoy a selection of great Cascade beers by the glass or as a tasting paddle. And why not stay and pair your favourite brew with a tasty lunch from our chef’s extensive menu.


Glenorchy Central

Glenorchy Central is located at 2 Cooper Street, Glenorchy, Hobart. A short 1km from the highway.

Northgate Shopping Centre

Northgate is a single level shopping centre located in Glenorchy, approximately 10km from Hobart, Tasmania. The centre is easy to find situated just off the Brooker Highway, turning right at the King George IV Avenue roundabout. Northgate Shopping Centre offers the first ‘New Look’ Coles in Tasmania, refurbished Target and over 70 stores and services including a strong mix of national chains.

New Norfolk Tasmania

The Drill Hall Emporium

The Drill Hall Emporium is more than the usual antiques store, it is an experience. It combines a 19th century department store with quality antiques. The Drill Hall has a stunning display of decorative and interesting antiques. You will find a wide range of items for the home, both decorative and practical, including quality antique furniture from fine English and French pieces to country oak and pine items.

Stanley Tasmania

Providore 24

Located at the base of the famous Stanley ‘Nut’, Providore 24 is a specialty food store providing an extensive range of the finest Tasmanian produce. Stocking a large range of local wine, cheese, seafood, gourmet meats, jams & relishes, premium honey and specialty tea & coffee we have something to delight everyone’s taste buds. We are also stockist of the highly regarded Beauty and the Bees range of Tasmanian Organic Skincare.

Rosny Park Tasmania

Eastlands Shopping Centre

Eastlands is Tasmania’s largest shopping centre and provides the following services to our Customers.
– Only shopping centre in Tasmania that provides a Customer Service Desk
– Over 1,400 free car parking spaces
– Over 90 stores under one roof
– Eastlands is situated in the commercial area of Rosny with the Rosny Bus interchange right outside the shopping centre.



YELTUOR brings you fashion for every style of woman, occasion and personal taste. We carry on trend, fashion forward labels that compliment your lifestyle and look at a perfect price. At Yeltuor, we pride ourselves on giving you a selection of leading labels together with unparalleled customer service and advice to create your own personal style. If you’re looking for seasonal sensations, fabulous foundation pieces and more, you’ll find it at Yeltuor.


Cat and Fiddle Arcade

Cat and Fiddle Arcade has been the heart of Hobart shopping for more than 100 years. Today it is the city’s vibrant style capital with more than 70 specialty stores. From great coffee to homewares, with an extraordinary range of fashion, this is Cat and Fiddle Arcade, Hobart’s style capital.

Salamanca Market

The iconic Salamanca Market is a celebration of Tasmania’s unique culture, creative artisans, talented musicians and diverse producers. The weekly outdoor market, held every Saturday, brings Hobart’s waterfront alive with the colours, sounds and smells of Tasmania. With the historic Georgian sandstone buildings of Salamanca Place as its backdrop and yachts and fishing boats moored nearby, this picturesque market is a favourite for locals and visitors alike.

Centrepoint Shopping Centre @ Hobart

Escape into a relaxed world of style and shopping at Centrepoint. Our stores provide excellent customer service that makes shopping so quick and easy, plus with 90 minutes free parking there’s ample time for you to enjoy a break at one of our coffee shops or convenient Centre Court kiosks while you’re shopping for quality fashion, footwear, jewellery, fine lingerie and perfumes, freshly roasted coffees, a selection of classic books and contemporary titles, CDs and DVDs, specialised gifts and beautiful flowers.

Masterpiece @ IXL Fine Art & Antiques

Masterpiece Gallery specialise in high quality works from artists around the world, including many prominent Australian Artists.The Gallery today houses the finest array of investment art to be found in the state of Tasmania. The coverage is broad, although specialising in Australian art from colonial to contemporary. The stock also includes colonial antiques, old master drawings, Chinese antiques, European oils and watercolors etc.

18 – 22 Jan 2017 : Mona Foma – MOFO

10 – 12 Feb 2017 : Festivale

17 – 26 Mar 2017 : The Spiegeltent

8 – 9 Apr 2017 : Enduro World Series 2017, Derby

16 – 22 Apr 2017 : Mural Festival, Sheffield

20 Apr – 10 May 2017 : Turning of the Fagus

8 – 21 May 2017 : Dark MOFO, Hobart (Winter Festival)

Jun 2017 (Date TBC) : Tastings at the Top

30 Jun – 16 Jul 2017 : Festival of Voices

Aug 2017 (Date TBC) : Chocolate WinterFest

Australia National Public Holidays

1st January New Year’s Day
26th January Australia Day
2nd Monday in March Labour Day (VIC, TAS)
March/April Good Friday/Easter Monday
25th April Anzac Day
2nd Monday in June Queen’s birthday
25th December Christmas Day
26th December Boxing Day

Hobart Visitor Information Centre

Address: Davey Street, Hobart, Tasmania (TAS), 7000, Australia
Tel: +61 (0)3 6230 8233


Address: Strachan Street, Cambridge, Tasmania, 7170, Australia
Tel: +61 (0)3 6216 1600


Purchase goods in Hobart & exceeding AUD 300 (from one single supplier),
you can claim a full refund for the tax within 28 days.
Cheque refunds available @ Hobart Airport & designated tax refund booths

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