Tassie Adventure with Wayne and Julie Cartwright

In what is becoming an annual event, Wayne and Julie Cartwright have shared their 2013 Tassie Adventure with us. They are truly dedicated followers of Think Tasmania, and we can’t thank them enough for their contribution to our community of readers. We love to see tourists making the most of the information we publish. We’re […]

Trowunna Wildlife Park: Adopt a Wombat

The definition of Trowunna is 1. Heart-shaped island home 2. A wildlife sanctuary. Trowunna: Wild at Heart by Carol Haberle 1892 Mole Creek Road is the location of Trowunna, a wildlife park with a difference, where animal carers certainly have big hearts! 65 acres of sanctuary, a natural safe haven for our native Tasmanian wildlife. […]

Trowunna Wildlife Park in Pictures

These photos were taken by Dan Fellow at Trowunna Wildlife Park. We have several regular contributors at Think Tasmania, and Dan is part of our great team. However, this particular professional tourism photographer is not very keen on writing much… or in this case, anything! He truly believes his pictures speak louder than words, and […]

Lenah Game Meats: Launceston Tasmania

For those of you that follow my ramblings on Think Tasmania, you will know that wherever there’s a rabbit pie or a plate of liver and onions or a pint of Guinness involved then I’ll be there! On previous visits to Tasmania I’ve discovered a product that uses a sustainable Australian resource that is marketed […]

Caravan Park Holiday in Tassie: Stressless!

Staying at a caravan park at Richmond, the Port Arthur Caravan Park and several others around the state, Rod and Kim Prestedge recently gave us their opinions about a Tasmanian campervan holiday. Together with their travelling group, they were all totally impressed with their entire Tassie trip. As was Wayne Cartwright, who also shared with […]

Sirocco South: True Local Italian Food

Mic Giuliani of Sirocco South fame is a busy man. Four days a week he works for the federal government as a trainer, teaching staff such essential qualities as resilience. Besides his role with the Department of Human Services, he is a hands-on dad to two young children in partnership with his wife, Jo. And […]

Tin Dragon Trail Cottages: Tranquil River

Our family was hosted by the owners of Tin Dragon Trail Cottages in north east Tasmania recently.  But if you’ve been following Think Tasmania, you’d already know that!  Graham, Christine & James decided it was the best way for us to experience some of their local attractions and businesses.  And given we only publish articles […]