Tasmania Trip Advice


There are a variety of things to see and do in Tasmania that will leave you wanting to go back again and again.


If you're visiting Tasmania then ask us anything from pre-travel questions to things to do whilst you're there, what major events might be happening during your trip, to the best time of year to visit.


Or if you're a local and want to share your amazing Tassie experiences through blogs, videos, photos, or general top tips then we would love to see and hear about them!


We invite all members to suggest events, contribute photos, share their experiences and connect as a community.


Join us as we find out all about local life in Tasmania!


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Read about the local recommendations and things to do in Tasmania



The Tasman Peninsula Coastline

Many people who come to Tasmania find it a good idea to rent a car for part of their holiday as Tasmania is small but diverse and most of it's attractions are less than a days drive away. As a child, I was lucky enough to live at one of the most popular travel destinations; the Tasman Peninsula...  Read more






Salamanca Markets

Salamanca place, overshadowed by mount Wellington and situated alongside parliament lawns and the waterfront is an area of restored Georgian buildings, cobbled streets and modern architecture. A popular location for cultural celebrations and artistic events; this spot has many cafes, bookshops, pubs, galleries and.... Read more







Maria Island 

The best camping in Tasmania can only be experienced on Maria Island. Last month, a few friends and I spent a weekend on this pristine and beautiful Island, just half a days travel from Hobart. Whilst there, we had the experience of a life time... Read more







The Hobart Pub Crawl 

The Pubs of Hobart are the best place to meet up with friendly locals, discover the home-grown music scene and try some of our boasted cuisine and locally brewed beer. Whilst Tasmania isn't known for supporting the most thriving night-life (bearing in mind that Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays are the only nights for Hobart pub-hopping), there are a few quaint establishments within walking distance throughout the town that are bound to please.... Read more