The mountain biking mecca in the former tin mining town isn't just for the hard-core.
You'll be scared. Very scared. But you'll also be enthralled by these wilder than wild sea cliffs.
Let's face it, none of us are going wine tasting in France any time soon. But the world's second best sparkling wine region (behind Champagne) is right under our noses.
The other side of Tasmania proves to be a whole different world.
Fancy a tipple? Here are six of the best spots in Tassie to find your fill.
The Apple Isle serves up a crisp offering of mountain lodges, coastal treasures and splendid isolation, primed for any kind of explorer to sink their teeth into.
Tasmania offers amazing ways to shorten the distance between farm and fork. On an island where seasonality and hospitality go hand in hand, find intense new flavours and meet the makers along the way.
From the northernmost point to the southernmost point, Australia's most southern state is a treasure trove for travellers. Lush vineyards, mountain hideaways and stunning beaches; "Tassie" is a mix of country towns, hip city digs and natural wonder. The island is home to some of the world's most breath-taking national parks and World Heritage Sites, and is an ideal playground for travellers who love the outdoors.