The Tasmanian Visitor Information Network Inc.
The Tasmanian Visitor Information Network Inc. (TVIN) is a network of Visitor Information Centres strategically located throughout Tasmania who provide a quality service for visitors. TVIN accredited visitor centres, operating under national guidelines and identified by the blue sign with the yellow i, offer high levels of personalised customer service.Website
The official travel website for Tasmania offers holiday information on what to do and where to stay in TasmaniaWebsite
Mount Wellington and Wellington Park
Rising 1270 metres (around 4,000 feet) above Hobart’s harbour and the wide Derwent River,
Mount Wellington provides a wilderness experience within 20 minutes’ drive of the city and is much loved by locals.
Cascade Brewery Co
Its been called a must-do Hobart experience. Here you’ll learn about Australia’s oldest brewery, its finest beers, the brewing process and a little something our brewers call ‘The Feel”.
131 Cascade Rd
South Hobart TAS 7004
(03) 6221 8300
Port Arthur Historic Site
Port Arthur Historic Site on the Tasman Peninsula is Australia’s most famous convict site. One of Tasmania’s great tourism destinations, the 40 hectare Historic Site has over 30 buildings, ruins and restored period homes set in landscaped grounds. To fully experience all that Port Arthur has to offer you need to allow at least one full day.
(03) 6251 2310
Salmon Ponds Heritage Hatchery and Gardens
The Salmon Ponds is a heritage trout hatchery in a traditional English garden setting where you can feed the trout and experience the history of trout fishing. Special fishing platforms are located down on the banks of the Plenty River so that people with disabilities can fish for trout.
70 Salmon Ponds Rd,
(03) 6261 5663
Enjoy the sights, sounds, flavours, action and colour of Australia’s best outdoor market – proudly operated by Hobart City Council. Over 300 stallholders sell fresh and gourmet produce, arts, crafts and handiwork crafts from all over Tasmania, interstate and overseas.
Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs
The Hastings Caves State Reserve offers visitors a variety of experiences, from relaxing in the warm waters of a thermal springs pool, walking in the rich forests of the reserve and, the unique experience of exploring Newdegate Cave. Both the thermal pool and the trail which leads through the surrounding forests are accessible to wheelchair users.
125km South of Hobart
754 Hastings Caves Road
Hastings TAS 7109
(03) 6278 1269
Cascades Female Factory
The cascade Female Factory was built in 1828 and remained in operation until 1856. a prison for female convicts. Located a short distance from the Hobart CBD, the site is world-Heritage listed and is the only remaining female factory with remains which give a sense of what female factories were like.
16 Degraves Street,
03 6233 6656
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
Bonorong is a sanctuary for Tasmanian wildlife. Your chance to come closer than ever to something wild and fragile. As soon as you come through the old wooden gate you’ll realise you’ve come to a place where animals are deeply cared for and you become part of an inspiring conservation story.
593 Briggs Rd,
Brighton TAS 7030
03 6268 1184
Museum of Old and New Art (MONA)
The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is an art museum located within the Moorilla winery on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. It is the largest privately funded museum in Australia. The museum presents antiquities, modern and contemporary art from the David Walsh collection. Walsh has described the museum as a “subversive adult Disneyland.”
655 Main Road,
Berriedale TAS 7011
(03) 6277 9900
Zoodoo Wildlife Park
Zoodoo is an exciting hands-on wildlife park in Richmond, Tasmania with a large range of native, agricultural & exotic animals including Bengal tigers and rare white African lions.
620 Middle Tea Tree Rd
Richmond TAS 7025
(03) 6260 2444
Historic Richmond Village
Historic Richmond is one of the state’s most popular destinations. The town is as elegant today as it was in the 1820’s, when it was an important military staging post and convict station linking Hobart with Port Arthur, the town retains excellent examples of Tasmania’s stark convict heritage and beautiful historic buildings.