Perfect for a winter weekend getaway complete with fresh air, cosy accommodation and plenty of good Tasmanian red wine at the end of the day here are five reasons to consider The Maria Island Walk for your winter escape.
Australia is blessed with exceptional food and wine, and equally impressive culinary experiences celebrating the native bounty. Guy Webster reveals nine of the best coast-to-coast gourmet dining offerings to whet your appetite.
Tasmania’s heritage gems are being reimagined right across the state as luxury accommodation, with more luxury lodgings still to come. From grand mansions with a chequered past to one of Launceston’s landmarks transformed into a dining destination, now is the time for luxury travellers to
Frenchman's River is a 200-acre working cattle property near Cygnet in Southern Tasmania's exquisite Huon Valley.
It is owned by television producer and novelist Posie Graeme-Evans and designer Andrew Blaxland; together they have created two lush, self-catering houses for you to stay in on their farm. Winner
As the popularity of gin continues to grow, establishments from San Francisco to Wellington are cropping up to cater for connoisseurs, writes Kate Powell.
The Distillery, London
Home to two bars – The Restroom and Gintonica – this building is a four-floor mecca dedicated to gin on Portobello
Located within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge is an alpine escape that will have you feeling a world away.
Traveller: Gwen O’Toole
Room: King Billy Suite
Address: 4038 Cradle Mountain Rd, Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
Date: December 2016
Best for: A wilderness alpine retreat ideal for
It is a spirit that conjures ancient Celtic images of rugged British highlands, deep red tartan and warm open fires, but whisky has become international, as Martine Nouet discovers.
Distilled, matured and enjoyed on all continents, whisky has become an iconic drink. Figures speak volumes: one
Tasmania has come of age with a wealth of new luxury hotels, properties and exciting, indulgent places to visit. Cathy Wagstaff takes a long weekend whistle-stop tour of some of the best sights, and enjoys the high life at Saffire Freycinet.
There is nothing quite as