The winter scallop season is the best time to sample Tasmania’s world-class molluscs.
Some of the most amazing shots of our island state, taken by our readers.
Winter Saturdays on Cradle Country Farm start early for Ina Ansmann and Timothy Noonan. The flaming autumn leaves on the oak trees lining the driveway have long since fallen and it’s officially harvest season on the couple’s truffle farm.
I love singing, but I don’t usually volunteer to do it with a room full of strangers.
Too often rushed through by visitors on their way to other, big-name destinations, the Sorell region is deserving of much more than a day trip.
Wintertime in lutruwita/Tasmania isn’t anything to be afraid of, so get those layers on and that body outside. The island doesn’t shut down over winter and neither should you.
A bustling harbour town with a laid-back vibe, St Helens is a gateway to the iconic Bay of Fires coastline. Renowned for the plumpness of its oysters, there’s bounty on land and at sea.
King Island, Ute Junker discovers, is a place where no doors are closed and no beach is crowded.
Once billed by the Chicago Tribune as the “best little town in the world”, Strahan revels in its isolation – with the ferocity of the Southern Ocean at its back and the peace of the rainforest wrapped like the grandest of gardens around Macquarie Harbour.
The smell of fresh wood shavings announces that David Rauenbusch is in the office. More precisely, he is in his tree-fringed studio in the southern Tasmanian hamlet of Cygnet, on the banks of the Huon River.
These regional restaurants are well worth the drive, reports Andrew Bain.