AS TASMANIA’S culinary reputation grows, so too do the opportunities to mix travel and quality food experiences. At the historic Red Feather Inn near Launceston, the prospect is just a few steps from the door of your room.
THE Victorian town of Mt Beauty is well named. Set at the foot of Mt Bogong – the state’s highest mountain – and the ski fields of Falls Creek, the High Country town bubbles along to the sound of the Kiewa River, a waterway whose Aboriginal name means ‘sweet water’.
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HOBART has built an enviable artistic reputation since the opening of the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) at the beginning of 2011 – but the museum is not the only art treasure in the Tasmanian capital.
THE Glass House Mountains – 16 ancient volcanoes, eroded down to plugs of solidified lava – form one of the most striking mountain landscapes in Australia, though they’ve long been an afterthought to the nearby Sunshine Coast.