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Regional guide: King and Flinders Island

Tasmania’s offshore islands are becoming increasingly popular as visitor destinations. The two most well known are King Island, which is anchored in Bass Strait off Tasmania’s north west coast, and Flinders Island, which is one of the Furneaux Group found to the north east. These two islands have plenty of things in common: pristine beaches, […]

Regional guide: Tasmania’s West Coast

Tasmania’s rugged West Coast is an ideal self-drive destination for visitors who are keen to check out the wilder side of the island state. Roads can be narrow and unsealed, so drivers are encouraged to take their time and make the most of every opportunity to pull over and admire the view – and gosh […]

Regional guide: North West Tasmania

Tasmania’s North West is thriving. With interstate and international visitors increasingly drawn by the spectacular scenic coastlines, characterful towns, and some of the state’s freshest and most delicious produce, this oft-overlooked region is finally getting the attention and accolades it deserves. Easy to reach – with regular flights into Devonport and Burnie from Melbourne, as […]

Regional guide: Launceston and the North

Launceston was once known as Tasmania’s second city – a moniker that may have only referred to population, but still sounded less than complimentary. However, in recent years, this northern city has forged its own exciting reputation that is quite distinctive from its southern sister Hobart. With a reputation for exceptional food and drink, art […]

Regional guide: Tasmania’s South

Many visitors to Tasmania focus their activities around the south of the state. This is where you’ll find Tasmania’s capital city Hobart, which has a busy airport connecting the island with mainland Australia. Hobart is a wonderful city break destination, with a vibrant food scene, plenty of arts and culture, and year-round markets and festivals. […]

Region guide: Tasmania’s East Coast

Tasmania’s postcard-perfect East Coast draws visitors from all over the world. The long stretches of sparkling white sand, azure waters, and forested mountains make for truly spectacular scenery, with a new favourite view to be found around every corner. But the East Coast is not a region you should rush through, chasing the next photo […]

We love to support Tasmanian artists

Here at Freycinet Resort, we love to support Tasmanian artists. As you explore the resort, you will discover a diverse collection of sculptures and art installations that we have commissioned for the site. We invite you to take a leisurely stroll along the dedicated 2.7km art trail where you can engage with the artworks and […]

The best Tasmanian food and where to find it

Tasmania’s reputation for seasonal, high-quality produce has soared in recent years, and there has been high global demand for many of our products. Seafood, wine and dairy are some of the most obvious inclusions on a list of top Tassie tastes – but there are some more unexpected items too. Anyone for a cup of […]

Tasmanian drinks

Tasmania’s reputation as a producer of high-quality, cool climate wines is well established, and we shared a post with you earlier in the year that detailed some of the wineries on Tasmania’s East Coast. The island also has a strong reputation in several other areas of beverage production, notably beer, cider and spirits such as […]

The East Coast Wine Trail

Tasmania’s cool climate wines, which include varieties like Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc, have won numerous accolades in recent years. The East Coast is one of the state’s premier wine-growing regions, with growing conditions that are comparable to some of Europe’s most famous areas of wine production. Our warm summer days, cool nights, and […]
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