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REKTANGO TO GROOVE TO SWEET TUNES Details about Rektango don’t appear on the Salamanca Arts Centre calendar despite it happening regularly for the past 12 years. Why? Because... Read more

Travel to Hobart

FIRST IMPRESSIONS COUNT Pardon? Are you talking to me? … Well, hel- lo to you too sailor! With such a friendly, flirty greeting, who could resist popping into... Read more

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WHERE THE GALLERIES HAVE NO NAME Melbourne can be such a show-off when it comes to its cultural (or in this case, subcultural) credentials, but Hobart has her... Read more

Flag Of Melbourne

HEAD UNDERGROUND FOR THE BEST IN SOUND Maths nerds go wild for a Mobius strip, but it’s unlikely you’ll find them semi-naked and pole dancing at Mobius the... Read more

Visit to Hobart

HANDMADE WITH HEART ‘All art is autobiographical; the pearl is the oyster’s autobiography.’ It’s as though this Federico Fellini quote was custom-made for Hobart’s Oyster and Pearl, a... Read more

Hobart Vacations

SMALL STREAM, BIG STORY The Hobart Rivulet is a small, pure waterway that’s been flowing down from Mount Wellington since ancient times. It is, in part, the reason... Read more

Tasmania Vacations

KITSCH COASTAL COMMUNITY KITCHEN Some cafes are more than just a cafe. They’re places where people congregate and socialise; they help to build a community. Citrus Moon is... Read more

Hobart Guide for Tourist

GOLDEN GIRL STILL IN FULL GLORY They sure don’t make theatres like they used to. Take the Theatre Royal, positively ancient by Australian theatre standards, with its ‘straightback’... Read more

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MEET TASMANIA’S ORIGINAL CRAFT QUEENS We’re in the midst of an online craft revolution, with websites like giving us access to gazillions of beautiful handmade creations from... Read more

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MARKET GOODIES FOR ALL THE WORLD In 1872, travel writer Anthony Trollope enthused, ‘Tasmania should make jam for all the world’. Not only jam Mr Trollope! But also... Read more

Tasmania Map

GREAT DESIGN, IN THE BAG The Japanese have long had a love affair with Tasmania, but for Kiyomi of Sashiko Design, it was a love affair with a... Read more