Monday Jul 21
Push for whisky trail
Tourists who visit the distillery would learn Strahan's story of industry, fishing and life on Macquarie Harbour at the railway's last stop.
A Trek to (Jewish) Tasmania
Koala bears, kangaroos, blockbuster beaches, food festivals, mouthwatering honey and exceptional wine: customary expectations on a visit to Tasmania - but Jews? On Australia's largest island, a triangular land of exotic woods and quaint cities, I encountered a history of remarkable Jewish life and the two oldest synagogues in Australia, each dating ... (more)
Artbikes wheely popular
Since the bike-lending partnership involving Arts@Work, Hobart City Council and Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery was launched in January 2011, there have been more than 2800 users - 79 per cent of whom were visiting Tasmania.
Jump in operators' confidence
Rose Flynn and Antony Langdon, partners and co-owners of new boutique accommodation Montacute in Battery Point.
Maritime centre a finalist
Entered in the category of Public Architecture by Hobart-based Jaws Architects, the Bass Strait Maritime Centre design was listed as a new interpretation wing providing additional display space and storage, enabling the many stories of Bass Strait to be told in a space designed to meet contemporary curatorial standards.