The indigenous cultural heritage of a little-visited cove near Hobart is shared on a new interpretive trail
Autumn in South Hobart lights up the Hobart Rivulet with colour in its parks and gardens
The Hedberg brings together new front- and back-of-house facilities for Hobart’s historic Theatre Royal, a brand new studio theatre to replace the much-loved Backspace Theatre and a new home for the University of Tasmania’s Conservatorium of Music.
Hobart’s architecture from colonial to modernism was on show at Open House Hobart 2019
If you are serious about celebrating the coldest, darkest, wettest time of year, you need to take the weather in your stride, whatever it brings. And put your gumboots on!
An urgent need for a photograph of the Steppes Homestead for a work-related project had me rising early and heading to Tasmania’s Central Highlands one recent morning, camera in hand.
Thanks to the team at Open House Hobart for another great weekend of privileged access and peeks behind doors that are normally closed.
A highlight of this year’s Dark Mofo was the return of Ryoji Ikeda’s 15km tall beam of light and sound installation Spectra to town, on a permanent basis, having been purchased by David Walsh. Spectra won the affection of Hobart’s residents during the first Dark Mofo back in 2013, when it graced the Cenotaph.
The Huon Valley Midwinter Festival takes its inspiration from the old English tradition of wassailing, whereby apple trees are ‘woken’ from their winter slumber with food, booze and a general racket, to ensure plenty of fruit – and cider – in the following year.
Hobart’s pubic and private buildings again turned on the red lights during Dark Mofo.