No ordinary day in Tasmania
For one of the smallest states, it's a land of rich contrasts. Tasmania has turned remoteness into an asset with its unique wilderness tourism programs, hip art scene, haunting convict history and burgeoning foodie playground. Roughly 20 percent of the island is World Heritage listed, satisfying more criteria than any other world heritage property on earth.
There’s a world of madness and magic to explore in Tasmania this season. From ancient traditions and feasts to music festivals and exhibitions inspired by uncharted lands. Prepare to have your imagination pushed to its limit and bring a healthy appetite… for everything.
Tasmania’s MonaOpens external site in a new window, the world famous Museum of Old and New Art, presents their 10-day extravaganza Dark MofoOpens external site in a new window in Hobart from 10 to 21 June. This vibrant, city-wide festival unveils a stormy, wild and whimsical world, through evocative and interactive art installations, feasts, films and music. And, for the insanely brave, there’s a nude swim to celebrate the dawn of the Winter Solstice.
Now with more flights to Tasmania with Qantas, it’s quicker and easier than ever to get to from Singapore. Tasmania is just an hour’s flight from Melbourne, two hours from Sydney and three hours from Brisbane. Whenever you choose to visit this curious little isle, there’s always something exciting to reveal.