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Brochures

  • Farm Gate Guide
    Like your produce direct from the source? Follow this Farm Gate Guide to find rural properties with shed door sales, opening hours, seasonality and where to pick your own produce in five distinct regions.
  • Tasmania's Wildlife
    This brochure describes our wildlife parks and tours, explains which animals to look for in our national parks, and provides location and contact details (not explicitly for each animal), you get the general idea!
  • Blooming Tasmania
    Our gardens range from formal heritage gardens through to wild native garden landscapes in a variety of settings and locations. It is little wonder then why so many of our visitors seek out and enjoy the variety of garden attractions and seasonal events on offer throughout the State.
  • Gay and Lesbian Visitors Guide
    Everything you need to know about gay and lesbian history, culture and travel opportunities in Tasmania, in one engaging booklet.
  • Visitor Guide - The East Coast
    You can kayak into a bay, picnic on a secluded beach or dive amongst the shipwrecks off Flinders Island. The choice is yours on this coast of wonders, from sipping coastal wine to exploring pristine wilderness.
  • Visitor Guide - The Western Wilderness
    You can kayak into world-renowned Macquarie harbour, picnic on a secluded beach or journey by train deep into World Heritage Wilderness and learn of the regions pioneering heritage.
  • Visitor Guide - Hobart and Surrounds
    Get ideas for places to visit in Hobart’s surrounds or where to stay in the vibrant waterfront city. Within 90-minutes’ drive from Hobart you can experience world-heritage wilderness, discover Port Arthur Historic Site or sip the fine wines of a cool-climate vineyard.
  • Visitor Guide - Launceston Tamar and the North
    Open the door wide to a mindset of pure relaxation, making living in the moment easy. Within the time of a big city commute, you could be sampling the State's premier wine and beer, tasting outstanding fresh produce, or waking up in an elegant country house hotel.
  • Visitor Guide - The North West Coast
    You can sample fresh produce straight from the farm gate, cast a line off the beach or view Forester kangaroos and get up close to wombats at Narawntapu National Park.
  • Discover Tasmania - Australia's Natural State
    A place to explore all your passions - luxury, outdoorsy pursuits, history and art. Best of all, it is unknown by many world travellers. It is still special! Uncrowded. Friendly.