Travel news: Oct/Nov 2022
Inspiration for exploring our state from October to December 2022.
Little Beach Co.
A glamping experience like no other, Little Beach Co invites visitors to sleep under the stars in luxe private tents nestled in the bush. Everyday comforts are located nearby at The Glamping Village, which includes a bath house and onsite restaurant.
Bookmark Wombat Lodge for your next cosy weekend away. Located at the base of Mt Killiecrankie, this boutique short-stay rental combines modern interiors with the beauty of its surrounds including a private beach that’s just a short stroll away.
Say hello to Quirindi, Tiny Away’s first tiny house in Tassie. Set on 8 acres in the quiet fishing village of Dunalley — a haven for foodies and wine lovers — this compact retreat sleeps two and is packed with sustainable features.
Life’s An Adventure are inviting guests to explore Tasmania from new heights with their newly launched heli hike tour. Take a 20-minute scenic flight over Cape Pillar and Tasman Island before landing and being taken on a rare, guided walking tour of the area that very few have had the opportunity to see up close.
A new taste in town
Is it your turn to choose where everyone’s eating for dinner this week? Look no further than new arrival Ogee, from the team behind Hobart’s Sonny. At Ogee, you can expect good drops, good food and good people. If it’s anything like its sister restaurant it won’t be long until this is one of the most talked about restaurants in town.
Create your own blend
If your bar cart boasts a healthy collection of rum or gin, then a visit to Bridport Distillery is a must. Once an abandoned church, today the site operates as a state-of-the-art distillery. With an outdoor patio area, fun and spirited cocktails and a delicious menu to match, it’s the perfect spot for a summer soiree with family or friends.
Nature, up close
Back Track Buggys offer a day in nature you won’t forget with its 4x4 ATV drive tours through the Tasman National Park and State Forest in south east Tasmania. Drive yourself (or book a tour with an experienced driver) along secluded bush tracks winding through eucalypt forest and make a pitstop at the Cape Surville lookout.