Welcome to Lifestyle Tasmania, a travel blog dedicated to all things Tasmania. We love living in Australia's island state and believe there is nothing quite like Tasmania. From pristine, untouched beaches to mountain wilderness thousands of years old. And all within a short distance from each other – walk on the beach at Bay of Fires on hour and be deep in  rainforest a few hours later. Tasmania has a growing global reputation for producing some of the world's very best fresh produce, from amazing seafood, to fresh fruit and vegetables to cool climate wines and cheese made from nature's best.

Tasmanians and visitors to this state are spoilt for choice when it comes to amazing bushwalking options. From multi-day iconic walks such as the Overland Track and South Coast Track to quick, 1-hour or less walks through a reserve or to a waterfall. In the middle, Tassie has many...
Minis, minis, minis and more minis - minis are far as the eye could see! On a bright sunny Spring day, Minifest 2017 was held today on the Village Green at Claremont. Attracting almost 100 cars of all descriptions, including the iconic Mini Moke, proud owners exhibited their pride...
For anyone who has grown up, lived in or visited Tasmania you will be acutely aware on the issue of native animals being present on Tasmanian roads. Personally, I find the sight of dead animals on our roads very distressing. And even more disturbing, are animals that have been...
If you are anything like me and enjoy a cold beer on a hot summer's day, or a frothy in front of the footy on Friday or Saturday night, you'll have become acutely aware of the revolution happening over recent years (in particular) with respect of micro breweries. They've...
Growing up as a kid in Launceston, the only food trucks in my day were Mr Whippy, the milkman and the baker. This is definitely showing my age, but it seems to me we've really come a full circle to where we find ourselves today with vendors on the...