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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

Ausasia Travel and Service

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 195_SilosHotel

Launceston landmark leads revival

A new Launceston landmark – Peppers Silo Hotel – has opened for business in a city currently riding the wave of a building boom.

12 June 2018, Edition 195

Edition 195_HadleyArt

Art fires winter celebrations

The winter celebrations are firing-up in Hobart, and this year’s offering includes the Hadley’s Art Prize which is back again, and twice the size.

12 June 2018, Edition 195

Edition 195_MtHut

Saving our highland huts

The mountain huts of Tasmania’s high country are a unique part of our cultural heritage, and a small wooden structure deep in the Great Western Tiers – The Sandy Lake Hut – is helping to preserve this history.

12 June 2018, Edition 195

Edition 195_UTASResearch

International accolades for Tassie engineers

A University of Tasmania (UTAS) research team has won a prestigious international maritime award for ground-breaking work that could help reduce sea-sickness on high-speed vessels.

12 June 2018, Edition 195

$30m for Cradle cable car

The proposed cable car at Cradle Mountain National Park – one of the state’s biggest tourist drawcards – has been given its largest boost yet, with a $30 million injection from the Federal Government. As he made the funding announcement during a visit to Cradle Mountain, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said: “This is a cableway to get people up here, to deliver 60,000 more visitors and many more jobs in Tasmania.” The cable car would take visitors high over Tasmania’s world heritage wilderness, transporting them from Cradle Mountain Village to Dove Lake where an impressive new viewing shelter would be constructed. Tasmanian Premier, Will Hodgman, said work on the cable car would begin as soon as possible. The cable car is the central plank of an ambitious $160 million Cradle Mountain masterplan which aims to position the region as Australia’s premier wilderness destination. Under this masterplan, the addition of an impressive new visitor centre together with extra accommodation would create a new village hub. Cradle Mountain is widely considered as the gateway to Tasmania’s World Heritage wilderness and it underpins our brand as a global destination for nature-based tourism.

12 June 2018, Edition 195

Hobart hotel tops luxury list

Luxury magazine Gourmet Traveller has released its highly anticipated list of best Australian hotels – and Hobart’s MACq 01 is at the top. The striking waterfront hotel managed to stave off stiff competition to be named Large Hotel of the Year. As the magazine glowingly wrote: “Large hotels needn’t be predictable. Hobart’s MACq 01, designed by heritage experts Circa Morris Nunn to resemble a riverside wharf, has a distinctive personality…everything feels custom-made and handpicked for this inn beside the Derwent River.” The magazine was most impressed that MACq 01 encapsulated the island state’s unique personality: “It is Tasmania writ large in wood, steel and glass; a 114-room hotel that pours its island soul into every detail.” The hotel, which opened its doors a year ago, is also known as the ‘storytelling hotel’ with each of its rooms telling the tale of one remarkable Tasmanian who influenced the state. Champion cricketer, Ricky Ponting, is included in that honour roll.

12 June 2018

Mini-facelift for Art Hotel

An old favourite has been given a little face-lift. The Henry Jones Art Hotel, on Hobart’s waterfront, opened with great excitement 15 years ago. It was ahead of its time as Australia’s first dedicated art hotel, but time caught up, and $1.7 million has been invested to keep its look up to date. Over the past two years money has been spent upgrading all of the rooms with new carpets, lights and shutters. Two new restaurants – 'Peacock and Jones' and the 'Landscape Restaurant and Grill' – have also opened adding to the dining experience. All this just in time for the hugely popular Dark Mofo which has just burst into life right on the Art Hotel’s doorstep. The award-winning hotel showcases local artworks. It even has a full-time curator who oversees the rotating collection of more than 400 pieces that adorn the walls. Built within a row of historic warehouses that date back to the early 1820s, the hotel also preserves the atmosphere of its original inhabitant –  the old IXL jam factory. Rough-hewn sandstone walls and old timber beams add to the heritage feel.

12 June 2018, Edition 195

Edition 195_Attenborough

Tasmania stars in Attenborough Documentary

Our quirky wildlife and rugged wilderness are the stars of a stunning new David Attenborough documentary about Tasmania that will be watched by millions across the globe.

11 June 2018, Edition 195

Edition 194_WestCoast

West Coast revival

Moves are underway for a West Coast revival to take this stunning part of the world back to the top of Tasmania’s tourism pile.

8 May 2018, Edition 194

Edition 194_SusieONeill

Swim star explores Tassie delights

As the Commonwealth Games drew to a close swimming great – Susie O’Neill – was exploring Tasmania, but she still kept a close eye on the action especially teen sensation Ariarne Titmus.

8 May 2018, Edition 194

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Edition 195_Attenborough

Leading the June edition of Tasmania’s Stories Sir David Attenborough showcases Tasmania to the world in a stunning new documentary. Please enjoy your June newsletter.

15 June 2018, Edition 195

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