The videos below relate to Tasmania’s Tourism sector
Eco-tourism in Tasmania has been given another boost with the opening of the 24-bed Tahune Hut which will provide overnight accommodation for bushwalkers on one of Tasmania’s toughest treks. Each year around 2,000 people hike to Frenchmans Cap, which is in the Wild Rivers National Park on the West Coast, but now they have added comfort with a new public hut which replaces the one built 45 years ago. The energy-efficient hut sits under the shadow of Frenchmans Cap and was partly funded by a donation from philanthropist, Dick Smith. He has a special love for the area and during Tahune Hut’s official opening he recounted that he and his wife Pip tackled the Frenchmans Cap walk shortly after they were married 50 years ago. Mr Smith also used the occasion to offer advice to Tasmania’s tourism operators suggesting they put their prices – up. He said this would attract wealthy holiday-makers, which in turn meant fewer tourists needed to generate the same revenue thus helping to preserve Tasmania’s natural assets.
3 May 2018, Edition 194
Part 2: ペニコット・ウィルダネス・ジャーニーの「シーフードの魅惑」– オーストラリアで人気最高の観光体験と、ホバートのファーマーズ・マーケット訪問
26 November 2017, Brand Tasmania
Part 1: 驚異の牡蠣、素晴らしいウイスキー、そしてタスマニア州のケイト・ウォーナー総督のいらっしゃる総督邸への特別訪問
16 November 2017, Brand Tasmania
Seven of Japan’s best, and up-and-coming chefs are in Tasmania, Australia on a discovery tour of the island state’s best food and beverage.
In Part 1 of the visit we join the chefs sampling Tasmania's amazing oysters, whisky, sparkling wine and on a very special visit to Tasmania's Government House.
7 August 2017, Brand Tasmania
Tasmania's celebration of premium produce is front and centre during a visit from Dominique Crenn, the creative genius behind Atelier Crenn, the two Michelin star restaurant in San Francisco.
In Tasmania as a part of the TasTAFE Great Chef series, Dominique cooks and charms her way around the island state.
Dominique enjoys fabulous fresh Tasmanian seafood on Australia’s premier tourism experience, Seafood Seduction, with Pennicott Journeys.
31 July 2017, Brand Tasmania
Alain Passard, in 2016 peer – voted No. 1 on the list of the world’s best 100 chefs, visits Tasmania to work with and inspire Tasmania’s young and aspiring student chefs. In an action packed week Alain Passard tests the island state’s reputation for exceptional food and beverage and finds, as he describes it, " a paradise.”
7 June 2017, Brand Tasmania
At Tasmania’s Festival of Voices, Professor Andrew Legg Director of the Southern Gospel Choir and Professor at UTAS Conservatorium of Music, and Khristian Dentley rehearse with a group of soul and gospel singers from around Australia.
22 March 2017, Brand Tasmania
The Derwent Valley Tasmania. Tasmania’s garden of Eden. A wonderful place to visit, a fantastic place to live.
28 February 2017, Brand Tasmania
Woodbridge Smokehouse, the specialist in smoking Tasmanian Ocean Trout and Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon, hosts City Super buyers from Hong Kong.
28 December 2016, Brand Tasmania
Buyers from City Super enjoy a few hours on the water checking out Tas Prime Oysters’ pristine growing site and the tasty in southern Tasmania.
28 December 2016, Brand Tasmania
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