"The only trips I regret are the ones I didn't do."


                             - Paddy Pallin




Visit Hobart, explore the beautiful botanical gardens, or simply enjoy the mix of art, culture and history the city has to offer.


Unwind in one of the cafes or pubs or go shopping at one of Salamanca's boutique stores.


While there take a trip to Lark Distillery - check out their Cellar Door & Whisky Bar, or book a tour.


Have a bite and a drink at Brookfield Margate, check out some live music and the Tudor Court Model Village while you're there.


Book a cooking class at the Agrarian Kitchen, a sustainable farm-based cooking school in the Derwent Valley.


Relax, you're on holiday! Have a massage or facial at one of the local spas and retreats.




Browse the popular Salamanca  Markets with everything from homewares to fashion and fresh food - held every Saturday 8am til 3pm.


Drive up Mount Wellington for magnificent views of Hobart and surrounds.


Check out MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art.


Visit World Heritage listed Port Arthur - stroll through the gardens, check out the old penitentiary, or simply admire the view. Take one of the famous ghost tours (if you dare).


Visit the town of Cygnet, home to SBS's Gourmet Farmer, Matthew Evans.


Stroll to Little Oyster Cove Marina - admire the boats or take a cruise of your own in one of Australia's best cruising areas.




The Cove Kettering has teamed up with Pennicott Wilderness Journeys to offer an accommodation and multi-award winning Bruny Island Cruise package not to be missed.


Drive to Mount Field National Park, location of one of Australia's most famous waterfalls.


Take one of the local kayak tours, or hire and go on your own adventure, operators are just a short stroll from us.


Walk amongst the giants at the Tahune Airwalk.


Bruny Island is renowned for it's whale watching


Head to one of the local growers to pick your own berries and fruit.


Take a drive and explore the Huon Trail.



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