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A R Reflections River Cruises

AAA Car Rentals Pty Ltd

AAA Granary Accommodation – The Last Resort

Abbey’s ‘The Bakery’

Abbey’s ‘The Green House’

Abbey’s on Church

Abbey’s on the Terrace

Abbey’s Spa Cottage

Abel Tasman Caravan Park

Access Charters

Addlestone House Bed & Breakfast

Addlestone House is a traditionally hosted bed and breakfast with a 4 star AAA Tourism rating.

Nestled at the base of the historic landmark of St Patrick's Head in the picturesque town of St Marys, Addlestone House is surrounded by mountains, rain forests, rivers, waterfalls and farm land, as well as being only 12 minutes from our signature fine white sandy beaches of the east coast.

Contact name Peter Troode
Phone 03 6372 2783
Email addlestone@bigpond.com
Website addlestonehouse.com.au

Adina Place Motel Apartments

Adventure Tasmania

Online marketing platform promoting adventure and youth travel in Tasmania.

Adventure Tasmania is an online marketing platform working to promote Tasmania to the adventure and youth travel markets.

Adventure Tasmania has an extensive online presence which includes a full website as well as a social media presence with over 24k followers.

Adventure Tasmania produces regular article and video content covering events and adventure activities. In the last 12 months we have produced videos covering Kayaking on the Tasman Peninsula, White Water Rafting on the Franklin River and Mountain Biking in the Meehan Range.

Contact name Dale Baldwin
Phone 0408 059 221
Email dale@atypical.net.au
Website adventuretasmania.com.au

Ageing Barrel Tours

Ageing Barrel Wine Tours offer full-day Wine Tours in Hobart, Tasmania

Our Wine Tours, departing from Hobart, include a complimentary lunch that features delicious local produce, and of course – a glass of wine. Offering superior comfort, our Mercedes Tour mini-bus ensures the luxury doesn't stop at the wines you'll sample. We visit the world renowned Huon Valley and Coal River Valley Wine Regions; home to a multitude of Award-Winning Winemakers, Gourmet Cider Mills and Cheese Fromageries.

Phone 03 6289 5341
Email sharon@ageingbarrel.com.au
Website www.ageingbarrel.com.au

Airlines of Tasmania Pty Ltd t/a Par Avion

Airlines of Tasmania operate daily flights from the North and North West of Tasmania to King Island, Flinders and Cape Barren, as well as charter services through our the state

We own and operate Par Avion Wilderness Tours, a tourism award winning and tourism accredited organsation specalising in tours into the remote South West Tasmania and Maria Island

Contact name Shannon Wells
Phone 03 6428 5390
Email s.wells@airtasmania.com.au
Website www.airtasmania.com.au

Alanvale Apartments & Motor Inn

Alexander Hotel

Alexandria Bed & Breakfast

Alice’s Cottages & Spa Hideaways

All 4 Adventure

Amble In Cottage

Amos House & Swansea Ocean Villas

Anabels of Scottsdale

Anchor Down Cottages Pty Ltd

Apartments At York Mansions

Aplite House

Apogee Tasmania

Deluxe sparkling wine  producer using only own vineyard production.

Contact name Andrew Pirie
Phone 0419 434 868
Email andrew@apogeetasmania.com
Website www.apogeetasmania.com

Apple Isle Wine Tours

Arendon Cottage

Argosy Hotel

Argyle Accommodation

Argyle Accommodation Hobart offers contemporary and comfortable accommodation for the budget conscious traveller.

We are newly refurbished throughout and offer excellent quality at an affordable price. We offer
welcoming private rooms and while there are no ensuites, there are 6 separate private bathrooms. Guests in our Studio rooms have a separate private bathroom for their use only for the duration of their stay.

Argyle Accommodation retains the best features from past eras creating an interesting blend of old and new.

There has been a hotel or similar accommodation on the site since 1846.

We are in the centre of the city, a short walk from all that Hobart has to offer.

For the business traveller, we offer convenient access to government and commercial offices.

The Royal Hobart Hospital and the Hobart Private Hospital are just across the street.

We are only an easy five minute walk from the Hobart Waterfront, the starting point for numerous adventures. You can visit Salamanca Place, catch the ferry to MONA, take an amazing wilderness adventure or a harbour cruises on a tall ship. You can enjoy interesting walks, bike rides and guided walking tours, world class events such as Dark Mofo and the Wooden Boats Festival, and the Taste of Tasmania.

Contact name Richard McKibben
Phone 03 6234 8292
Email enquiries@argyleaccommodation.com.au
Website www.argyleaccommodation.com.au

Arthouse Bay of Fires

Arthur River Cabin Park

Arthur River Canoe & Boat Hire

Arthur River Cruises

Arthur River Holiday Units

Arthur River Shop

Ashdowns of Dover

Ashgrove Cheese Pty Ltd

Ausasia Travel and Service

AUSP Pty Ltd

Aussie Overlander

Australasian Golf Museum

Australia Japan Public Relations

Australian Wild Harvest

Australian Wooden Boat Festival, Inc

Presenters of the biennial MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival. This is the largest wooden boat festival in the Southern Hemisphere, attracting more than 500 wooden boats and 200,000 visitors to Hobart.

A not-for-profit organisation, AWBF Inc. produces the MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival and other community events. Calling on the skills of 25 specialist project leaders and 400 volunteers, AWBF delivers large scale public events with a high degree of professionalism and safety.

Contact name Paul Cullen
Phone 03 6223 3375
Email manager@australianwoodenboatfestival.com.au
Website www.australianwoodenboatfestival.com.au

Avalon City Retreat

Avis Australia

Azure Beach House

Read stories from our partners

Edition 190_TT-Line

Bigger, cleaner ships for TT-Line

TT-Line is set to order two new, bigger and cleaner ships to boost capacity and heighten customer appeal on its Bass Strait service.

11 December 2017, Edition 190

Chromy named tourism champion

Tasmanian tourism titan, Josef Chromy, OAM, was inducted as a Tasmanian Tourism Champion at the Tasmanian Tourism Awards in November. He was recognised for his contribution to the State’s tourism industry and on-going investment in accommodation projects. The CEO of the Tourism Industry Council Tasmania, Luke Martin, said “Joe’s impact on the wine industry in Tasmania is nothing short of remarkable. Throughout the '90s he purchased, cultivated and on-sold vineyards throughout the Tamar Valley that are now home to some of Tasmania’s most celebrated labels. His signature wine label and wine centre ... is among the finest wineries in Australia and has established a truly iconic wine experience on the doorstep to Launceston. Joe’s impact on the tourism industry in Launceston is unrivalled.” Josef Chromy Wines also won a gold medal in the awards' Tourism Wineries, Distilleries and Breweries category. Port Arthur Historic Site was judged top Major Tourist Attraction.

5 December 2017, Edition 190

Enduro crowns Derby trail

The Blue Derby mountain biking Detonate Trail in north-eastern Tasmania has been named the best in the 2017 Enduro World Series. The trail, which takes riders between huge granite boulders, beat off competition from New Zealand, Portugal, France, Ireland, Canada, the United States and Italy. International riders and team management voted Detonate, built by Glen Jacobs and his World Trail team, as the best trail among more than 50 stages raced across eight countries. Derby event organisers hope the accolade will help the town to again play host to the Enduro World Series. Derby Event Director, Ian Harwood, said: “All the trails specifically built for the series were hand built and were incredibly physical on the crew, but we were all so stoked to be building trails for the world’s best to come and enjoy.”

6 November 2017, Edition 189

Valley ‘glamping’ opens tents

Truffle Lodge, a deluxe “glamping” resort on the banks of the River Derwent at Gretna, opened for business in October after a 10-year developmental phase. Owners Laurelle and John Grimley, proprietors of the award-winning hotel, Woodbridge on the Derwent, at New Norfolk, are promising guests the joys of luxurious add-ons in a natural setting away from any built-up environment. Spacious Arabian nights-style tents provide the accommodation and activities include kayaking, cycling, fly fishing and wildlife spotting. Truffle Lodge is among new and emerging attractions in the Derwent Valley, including The Agrarian Kitchen Eatery and Store at New Norfolk, and the Maydena Bike Park. When you add such established attractions as the Salmon Ponds at Plenty, the Mount Field National Park, the Stefano Lubiana Winery at Granton, the Two Metre Tall Brewery at Hayes and the Curringa Farm at Hamilton, the case strengthens for more tourists to venture upriver from Hobart. The Derwent Valley Mayor, Martyn Evans, said: “There’s been a change over the last 20 years … tourism is definitely on the rise, and I think it will be the backbone for our beautiful Derwent Valley for years to come.”

6 November 2017, Edition 189

Heritage ruling for casino

The first legal casino in Australia – the Wrest Point Hotel Casino in Hobart – has been granted official protection as a heritage site. The Tasmanian Heritage Council has added the iconic tourist attraction to its Heritage Register. Brett Torossi, Chair of the council, said: “The inclusion of Wrest Point Hotel Casino on the Heritage Register gives important recognition to the significant role this place has played in the development of Tasmania’s tourism and hospitality industry.” The casino’s centrepiece, a 17-storey octagonal tower, is hard to miss being Hobart’s tallest building at 64m. Designed by Sir Roy Grounds, the casino was completed in 1973, and the wider complex was designed to incorporate the pre-existing Riviera Hotel. The building’s owner, Federal Group, is undertaking a $100 million renovation project.

6 November 2017, Edition 189

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Global glory for highland lodge

Lonely Planet has included Tasmania’s nine-room Thousand Lakes Lodge among the three best places in the world to stay.

5 November 2017, Edition 189

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Pennicott to go amphibian

Robert Pennicott will use “boats like the world has never seen” in his first eco-tourism project outside Tasmania.

5 November 2017, Edition 189

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Agrarian Eatery tops nation

The Agrarian Kitchen Eatery and Store at New Norfolk is Australia’s Regional Restaurant of the Year.

5 November 2017, Edition 189

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Mofo adventure in two-cities

World premieres, Australian exclusives and challenging performances and installations will drive the Mona Foma (Mofo) festival in 2018.

5 November 2017, Edition 189

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Special timbers given a plan

A Special Species Management Plan, featuring a “tread widely, tread lightly” harvesting approach, was released by the Tasmanian Government in October.

5 November 2017, Edition 189

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