Every year Sydney based artisan Belinda Stinson of Creatively Belle makes a pilgrimage to Tasmania to recharge her creative batteries and show her work at the Tasmanian Craft Fair. This year it’s a little different; the trip is being extended and is including being part of the Royal Hobart Show with her ceramic and freshwater pearl jewellery. Creatively Belle: Tasmanian Shows “I love any excuse to extend my stay in Tasmania,” explains Belinda, “so when I was invited to be part of the Royal Hobart Show it took only moments for me to say yes. It means I can explore...Read More
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Tasmania is a place with long historic ties, and there are some truly stunning sights here. Whether you want to stick to the main tourist attractions or get a little further off the beaten track, there is plenty to explore. Here are our top picks of the most extraordinary Tasmanian attractions. Salamanca Market The Salamanca Market is one of the most visited attractions in Tasmania, which is impressive considering that it is only held on Saturday mornings. You can find hotels in Hobart close to this market, so there’s no need to worry about how you will get all...Read More
Benita Bell went to Rocky Cape National Park and explored the caves… Further Reading… Rocky Cape: Aboriginal History & Culture Table Cape: Not Only Famous for Tulips! Sisters Beach: Worth Noting in the North West Boat Harbour: and Boat Harbour Beach National Parks in Tasmania: Great Options Diverse Island: Tasmania Has It All Covered Lighthouses in Tasmania: Like Wow! For more information about images or bookings with Benita Bell, visit Daydream Photography online or follow Daydream Photography via Facebook. Alternatively, you can phone 0497 655 034 and speak to Benita personally. If you like this article about Tasmania, and you’d like to read more, just subscribe to our newsletter or join us...Read More
Carol Haberle loved the history of Tasmania, which was reflected in the many articles she wrote for Think Tasmania. The March photo of the month chosen for this series is like a step back in time. Pictured is a row of quaint shops in the township of Stanley in the north west region of Tasmania. Carol took this photo 10 November 2009. Photo of the Month… Further Reading As stated, Carol did love Tasmania’s history… with a passion, in fact. It was one of her favourite topics to write about; she researched thoroughly and shared her knowledge generously. Here’s a few articles from the archives you may...Read More
Carol Haberle loved photographing Mount Roland. This shot was taken on a beautiful clear afternoon in the middle of winter (31 July 2010 at 3:25 pm). It’s for publication as the February edition, continuing my series of monthly photos from Carol’s collection. Beauty Captured: Mount Roland Photo by Greg Hale With Mount Roland in the background and the late afternoon shadows spilling across the farmland, Carol has captured a beautiful landscape image. Greg Hale is curating a series for Think Tasmania, featuring a monthly photo taken by Carol Haberle. Greg was a colleague, photography mentor and friend of Carol’s and we’re honoured to continue sharing...Read More
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