A year after its opening, Leisa Tyler visits Hobart's MONA to see if the provocative museum lives up to expectations.
From Hobart to Ho Chi Minh City, Ben Groundwater picks the new year's best affordable breaks.
Lee Atkinson discovers horror and beauty as she explores the country's World Heritage-listed convict sites.
Tasmania is more than its most popular attractions. Winsor Dobbin reports on some of the island's undiscovered gems.
Winsor Dobbin, Belinda Jackson and Mal Chenu know where foodies, culture mavens and adventurers can go to embrace or escape the cold.
Hobart's urban renewal is driven by the controversial MONA museum, boutique lodgings and chic dining, writes Andrew Bain.
From harvest festivals to street car cred, Lee Atkinson explores some crowd-pleasing events.
Julie Miller finds Hobart's inglorious convict history makes for compelling theatre.
Natural beauty and a rich colonial heritage are Hobart's longstanding charms, but Australia's most southern city has an unexpected funky streak. Here, trendy bars, fine restaurants and great festivals, along with the edgy and intriguing MONA, make this city a burgeoning cultural hub. All that is delicious and delightful can be found here, but don't forget to check out the city's lush surrounds.