Spring is a spectacular time in Tasmania and the season is played out at every turn.
Sydneysiders are feeling ripped off by a so-called “winter” and heading south in search of a cooler weather escape.
Although Australia’s smallest state, (Tasmania could fit into New South Wales almost 12 times), the Apple Isle is filled to bursting with incredible scenery and fantastic culinary experiences
If you like your holidays high on adventure, there are plenty of ways to get your blood coursing through your veins when exploring Tasmania.
This summer Tassie is turning it on and turning it up.
Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia has welcomed well-respected Australian travel industry leader
delivering the funding needed to further develop tourism as a key long-term driver of economic and jobs growth across the State
The Bay of Fires Winter Arts Festival shares the skilled artistry of local painters, sculptors, dancers, writers and musicians.
Newness abounds with restaurants, cafes, collectives and experiences opening across the island this summer.
We've thrown open new cellar doors, large and small, from slick city digs to quaint country sheds
Spirit of Tasmania, with support from Tourism Tasmania, has created a new campaign to inspire people to explore their passion for food, wine, nature, culture and adventure in Tasmania.
Name the world's best islands and one could be forgiven for picturing palm trees and coconuts to a Hawaiian themed soundtrack. But according to Travel + Leisure, America's largest travel magazine bra...
Tourism Tasmania hosted ninety travel agents at their Specialists Conference in Hobart.
Tourism Tasmania’s CEO, John Fitzgerald today reported that their two-day old national marketing campaign was already showing impressive results.
Tourism Tasmania's CEO, John Fitzgerald has announced the appointment of Tasmanian brand and marketing specialist Guy Taylor (pictured below) as their new Executive Director of Marketing.
Tourism Tasmania CEO John Fitzgerald today announced that the state now had a new destination website, replacing the former tourism website that was built around 12 years ago.
Tourism Tasmania’s CEO, John Fitzgerald today announced the appointment of Hans van Pelt as the Director of Aviation and Access Development.
An abundance of new experiences showcasing Tassie’s quirky creativity, world-class food and wine, rich history and awe-inspiring wilderness is luring those looking for an unforgettable travel experie...