Tasmania’s glorious West Tamar Valley set to play host to a brand new festival
American Scott Cashins and Tasmanian-born Ebony Prins talk about the art and science of movement, and setting up the world class Threads retreats
Susan Moore is among a growing number of people enjoying a high-flying career without the commute.
Many artists dream of living an island lifestyle surrounded by natural beauty and making a living from their work. Sarah Elliott is doing just that.
Embrace your dark side in Tasmania with MONA’s winter festival
He’s travelled Australia, working as an Emergency Registered Nurse across the continent. Today, Jonathan Weeks calls Tasmania home.
Things to know when you are ready to make the move
Through businesses like MONA, Hobart has become known for its art and as a place to bring new ideas to market.
A culmination of the journey of cultural renewal celebrating the generations who have maintained this uniquely Tasmanian Aboriginal cultural practice
Cruising along Tasmania’s Great Eastern Drive is more than just a road trip.
Trade in the trolley and enjoy a stroll amidst outdoor stalls of local and fresh produce, products and live entertainment.
She’s travelled far, but fortunately for Tasmania, this singer-songwriter has returned to her home turf.
Keeping you up-to-date from Tassie’s Southern Midlands.
Screens – big and small – are alight with Tasmania’s beautiful, majestic, and dark scenery.
“There’s no better place for me to stop than in Tasmania to raise my family.”
Building your first home in Tasmania offers more than just a house, it is the first step towards a more relaxed lifestyle.
Tasmanians are spoilt for choice when it comes to opportunities for bushwalking.
Having never visited Tasmania before, the move was a gamble for Alasdair – but a gamble which has already paid off.
The move offered more than just a lifestyle change, it also became the inspiration for the couple’s new business venture.
Because Tasmania is a special place which you can share with others around the world.
Using sea salt from the United Kingdom? Chris Manson thought this was crazy so he came back to home turf and became a salt maker.
Playing sport isn’t just a great way to have fun and keep fit, it’s also an excellent way to get to know your neighbours.
With over 3,000 rivers and streams, and another 3,000 lakes, the maths is simple: you will need 6,000 fishing trips to conquer this place!
Combined with lifestyle and a supportive environment, Tasmania is home to an array of artists enjoying family life while pursuing their art.
After marrying a local, Christie made an unplanned return to Tasmania, and has found the benefits to be many.
Tasmania now enjoys a global reputation as a leading producer of premium cool climate wines.
Love cycling? Love all things art? Explore the best of both and exercise your mind and body at the same time with Tasmania’s ARTBIKES service.
We've got 400 kms and counting of world-class, bone-rattling mountain biking trails.
Hear about the advantages for families living in Tasmania. Mel and Matthew moved to Tasmania from Perth, Western Australia.
While the dream of owning your own home is often out of reach in other Australian states and territories, in Tasmania it is very much alive.
Tasmania has a proud football history going back to the 1860’s, with the state being one of the first to play the sport outside Victoria.