Queenstown is the gateway to Tasmania’s wild and woolly West Coast, and there’s definitely a wild west vibe that emanates from this rugged mining town. We've got the perfect accommodation option for you at the Comfort Inn Gold Rush. Book your stay at ChoiceHotels.com.
Surrounded by mountain
From the moment the wheels of your vehicle roll off the Spirit of Tasmania, Devonport starts serving up the beauty that Australia’s smallest state is so famous for.
Located on Tasmania’s northern coast, and framed by water on three sides, Devonport is Tasmania’s third largest
If you’re a frequent traveller then you understand being in ‘holiday mode’ for too long can actually start to take its toll. It’s great at first; out every night visiting pumping bars, dining in delicious restaurants… but pretty soon you start to crave your local!
Tasmania, Australia’s smallest state. In fact, it’s so small people often forget to include it when drawing the map of Australia. But trust us, this is a place you won’t want to forget about. This short break destination is, well, unforgettable! Australia’s most southern state
Got a hankering for a Launceston short break? Paul Fleming a.k.a. Love Thy Walrus explores his hometown and gives the ultimate insider tips for your next northern Tasmanian getaway.
Nestled in a fertile valley between forested hills and jagged mountain ranges, Launceston is the type
The school holidays are just around the corner and there is no better time to start planning some great activities for the kids! From excitement and adventure, to educational experiences – we have you covered!
iPad Skills Session for Beginners
Chances are your kids know how to
Tasmanian food producers, growers and chefs have long been known for their passion and dedication in producing food of unparalleled quality and delivering it to our tables in unique and interesting ways.
Tasmania may be small in size but its overflowing with natural beauty and a rich history. Tasmania’s small size makes it the ideal destination for a road trip and the close proximity of each town means you can spend more time exploring and less time
One of the best things about Tasmania is its size; you can drive around the whole island in less than 24 hours which makes it the ideal location for a road trip. Although you can easily spend months exploring every nook and cranny of the
Port Arthur is recognised as one of Tasmania’s top tourist attractions and it’s easy to see why. The small town owes its existence mainly to its former status as one of Australia’s penal sites and here, amidst stunning natural beauty, the fascinating story of Australia’s convict