Tamar River Villas
Tamar River Villas is situated just 3.5 km outside the City Centre, set on spacious grounds, with room to park large vehicles, trailers etc., all rooms are light and airy with modern decor, and extra spacious inside, with most having Mountain, City and River views. For those who prefer to be self...
Travel Dates: 16 July - 15 September 2020
ibis Styles Hobart
Experience a hotel full of personality with a colourful design that pops. Ibis Styles Hobart opened on 1st July 2017 and is the newest property to open in the Hobart CBD. A playful design with comfort in mind - the NEW ibis Styles Hobart is centrally located and just a short walk to the famous Sa...
Travel Dates: 27 April - 13 June, 16 - 19 June 2020
Tassie is a nature lover's seventh heaven
The Port Arthur Historic Site, on the Tasman Peninsula, is Australia's best maintained convict site with various significant buildings to explore. Other historic towns include Ross, Queenstown and Richmond. For natural beauty, Bay of Fires is a secluded coastal spot providing the opportunity for a range of outdoor pursuits. With many national parks including Tasman, Freycinet and Cradle Mountain, a holiday in Tasmania is a popular with cyclists and hikers and offers iconic tracks, bushwalks and organised rides for the outdoor enthusiast. Tasmania is also the destination of choice for those wanting a wedding and honeymoon with a spectacular natural backdrop and a cooler climate.
Despite Tasmania's historical significance, the capital, Hobart, is making a name for itself as a progressive city with the bustling Salamanca art and craft markets and MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) which houses some confronting pieces! For the gourmand, a Hobart specialty is freshly caught seafood paired with regional wine from many established and renowned wineries.