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 one hour and be deep inĀ  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.

Bicheno is a popular weekend and holiday destination on Tassie's sunny East Coast and where fishing is a very popular activity, including beach, boat, jetty and estuary. There are many different jetty fishing options in Bicheno, Tasmania that are excellent for kids and that provide an excellent...
Jetty fishing in St Helens is a popular activity for both locals and visitors alike. Given the nature of the way that the harbour is set out, there are many opportunities to go jetty fishing in Gorges Bay St Helens St Helens. The kids will love throwing in a...
Scamander Jetty is a popular fishing spot, being located conveniently close to the centre of Scamander and where the sea enters the Scamander River. This is also a popular boat launching spot for people fishing for bream and other species in the Scamander River. The car park is large,...
Fishing and Strahan go hand in hand, with people flocking to Strahan on a regular basis to fish from the beach, from boats, from the shore and from a jetty in Strahan. A popular place to fish, especially for kids, is from the jetty at Macquarie Heads. The jetty...
The town of Coles Bay in the Freycinet National Park swells during the Christmas / New Year period, during Easter and generally over warmer months. There are many activities that can be undertaken in the Freycinet National Park, Coles By East Coast of Tasmania. They include camping, bushwalking, fishing,...