This is a guest post from Cath Isakson. Cath moved to Tasmania in 2012. In southern Tasmania, you can buy fruit and vegetables at the larger markets, or explore farther afield and buy fresh from the farm.
This post was written in response to a question we came across on Twitter. We have put together some thoughts on what to do on your weekend trip to Tasmania.
The Hobart city centre certainly changed without Myer dominating Liverpool Street. The old building was impressive and had a grand staircase from the ground floor. The hole in the ground left after the fire was [...]
One of the great things you can enjoy when you live in Tasmania or just come to Tasmania for a holiday is our great food and wine. Olive oil is no exception and there is [...]
Photo Credit: Merlijn Hoek via Compfight cc The weather in Tasmania and the overall climate are very popular topics on the blog. We have published a number of posts on the topic of [...]
Hobart Waterfront | Tourism Tasmania | Geoff Murray I know on the mainland that this news may not be considered a big deal but in Tasmania, and Hobart in particular, Myer is the [...]
Many of our blog readers and people enquiring about moving to Tasmania are interested in the regions known as the Huon Valley and the Channel area south of Hobart. Kingston is the regions major commercial [...]
Photo Credit: slimmer_jimmer via Compfight cc Last year we let you know about IKEA's trial, which later became permanent, to offer delivery of their products into Tasmania. IKEA FAQ for Tasmanian orders IKEA ordering [...]
Salamanca Market | Tourism Tasmania | Richard Eastwood We are bringing you the highlights of some Tasmanian news to show that Hobart indeed has some developments going ahead and it is developing further [...]
Photo Credit: Vilseskogen via Compfight cc We previously told you about some new markets in Hobart but unfortunately the night market has taken longer than expected to get up and running. The latest [...]
Hobart Waterfront | Tourism Tasmania | Glenn Gibson This article in The Age caught my eye recently. They have put together a list of 20 things to do in Hobart - some well [...]
Photo Credit: Vilseskogen via Compfight cc Sandy Bay in Hobart will soon be home to two markets. There will be a monthly creative arts market on Sundays and also a Friday night market [...]
Salamanca Market | Tourism Tasmania | Garry Moore Farmers' Markets are a wonderful place to find fresh fruit and vegetables and other produce and buy it straight from the farmer or producer. [...]
Photo Credit: slimmer_jimmer via Compfight cc UPDATE: You can read all about our experiences ordering our kitchen and many other things from IKEA. One thing that many people miss when moving to [...]
Mures Fish Centre Restaurant | Tourism Tasmania | Nigel Honey Tasmania has long attracted tourists and those relocating with its natural beauty, and now many are also coming for the cultural and foodie [...]