All posts tagged: Tasmania

The end of the line

On our fourth day in Tassie, we headed still further west until literally the end of the road – the most southwesterly road in the southwest in fact, that takes you all the way to Gordon Dam. With Lake Gordon on one side and Lake […]

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West to Mount Field

On day 3 of our Tasmanian adventure we hit the road west along Glenora Road, en route to Mount Field National Park. It’s a beautiful drive from Lachlan, hugging the river, winding through green hills, and alongside numerous fields growing a large quantity of Australia’s hops […]

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The Agrarian Kitchen

It’s no secret that I’m heavily into eating and cooking, and our recent trip to Tasmania was largely scheduled around a day of both at the Agrarian Kitchen, a farm-to-table cooking school run by former chef Rodney Dunne and his wife Séverine, on their beautiful property deep in the Derwent […]

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24-hours in Hobart

The problem with 24-hours in Hobart is that it’s simply not enough time to eat all the things one wishes to. This was my second trip there in as many years (you can read about the first one here), and as such I got to tick […]

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Freycinet To Bay Of Fires

The east coast of Tasmania is a wildly beautiful part of the world, and the few days we spent travelling north from Freycinet to Bay of Fires were some of the most spectacular of our recent Tassie trip. Kicking off in Freycinet National Park, we […]

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A Food-Enthusiast’s Guide To Hobart

For breakfast | The vibe at Sunday’s Farm Gate Market is “get to know your grower”, and as well as an abundance of locals produce on offer direct from the Tasmanian farmers that grow it, there are loads of fresh meals and snacks like sushi, […]

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Maria Island

“You have to go to the Wombat Island”, urged a friend upon hearing we were planning a trip to Tasmania, and in all honesty I didn’t need require much further convincing.

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