Boat trip today on Bruny Island south of Hobart. Probably the best $100 per head I have spent. Sea Caves and kelp forests. Spectacular coastal cliffs and sea stacks. Guide actually judges the swell and takes us through the gap a few times. Australian Fur Seals. Amazing how close we can get to these animals. The guide told us that most of the cruise is in the Tasman Sea and when we head across to the seal colony on the outer rocks/islands that it becomes the Southern ocean. The difference in…
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Planning a trip to Hobart, Tasmania and not sure where to go/what to do? Or more importantly, where to eat? We have you covered. Hobart has a seriously great food scene and, for a small city, you c…
35 Things To Do In Hobart
The small and cosy Pigeon Hole café located in Goulburn Street, West Hobart focuses on seasonal local produce with a constantly changing blackboard menu. Photo: Tourism Tasmania & Adam Gibson
A Short Guide to Taormina - Laugh Travel Eat
Taormina is known as the Pearl of Ionian Sea - and for good reasons. I wrote this guide so you can make the best out of your time in this beautiful albeit a bit expensive city on the east coast of Sicily Isle.
Two Weeks in Awe-Inspiring Tasmania
As some of you may know, I’m a big fan of Tasmania.I spent two weeks driving through and exploring Australia’s pubic area (check a map) and got to know, not only the two major cities of Hobart and Launceston, but the eastern and western regions as well. The west offers rugged mountains and deser...
You can shop at the Salamanca Markets
The perfect reason to schedule your trip over a Saturday, these markets have all a market-lover could dream of. Think: food, art and the rest.
A foodie's guide to Hobart, Tasmania
In case you missed my obsessive Instagram posting, I recently went on a week long trip to Tasmania. The home of MONA (which legitimises the flight there in itself) Hobart is a bit of an undiscovered treasure, not just for the art connoisseur, but for the wannabe art connoisseur, and more importantly
Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail Tasmania - Meat and Travel
Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail. The drive from Devenport to Hobart covers the "Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail" Today we're sampling some of Tassie delicacies
Basket and Green: Hobart | think-tasmania.com
Anyone with an interest in the real food movement, would be pretty pleased to visit Basket and Green. We think, anyway. We'd probably be considered a very suspect resource for healthy food options, but we did enjoy a hearty breakfast there recently, complete with perfectly poached egg, toma ...
WATCH: A Food Tour of Tasmania, Australia’s Island Getaway
With the spectacle of its cities and a food culture committed to sustainability, Australia is a place that has always tempted chef Eric Ripert. In this...