The indigenous cultural heritage of a little-visited cove near Hobart is shared on a new interpretive trail
A twelve kilometre stroll on Hobart’s Eastern Shore allows walkers to retrace the footsteps of the young Charles Darwin.
Tempest is probably the biggest single exhibition that TMAG (the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery) has ever staged. Far from being confined to the usual temporary exhibition galleries on the ground floor, the show has taken over almost every space within the institution and staff from pretty much every corner and discipline – from decorative…
It’s not just large public buildings and infrastructure that are lit up to celebrate Dark Mofo in Hobart … Hotels and homes are also glowing crimson through the long winter nights
It’s deepest darkest June in Hobart, Tasmania and that can mean only one thing….
Tasmanians may appear blase about the cold, but they know how to make the most of winter
Fireworks over Hobart’s waterfront
There is a wide range of public art in and around Hobart, from weathered bronzes to ephemoral glimpses and much more in between.
Primarily known as a place of reflection and relaxation, staff at the Botanical Gardens continue to develop our understanding of our local ecology as well as conserving Tasmania’s unique plant species.
This week’s naming of Hobart’s Railway Roundabout as the best in the world by the UK’s Roundabout Appreciation Society was probably greeted with quiet bemusement by citizens of Hobart.