Tasmania is absolutely worth the journey. You get the best waters in Australia and experience a stunning landscape, vibrant culture and superb cuisine. The climate of Tasmania is more temperate than the rest of Australia, which means the landscape is green, beautiful and wild. Our trip shows off highlights of Tasmania and also include a fantastic diversity of rows. Five different clubs welcome us to row on beautiful lakes and gorgeous rivers. It is almost impossible to decide which one was the best. Lonely Planet calls the Tamar Valley “picture postcard perfect”. That just about sums up Tasmania, and each of our rowing venues. All that rowing builds up a good appetite. If you want to eat fresh and local, this is the place to come – they claim that the culinary experience is the envy of chefs around the world. The cool climate produces superb pinot noir and riesling wines, and the beer and coffee are not so bad either!

Tasmania is a very interesting place. Some call Tassie quirky. The tagline for Tourism Tasmania is “a curious island at the edge of the world”. We just love the island vibe, the distinctiveness of Tasmania. From the crazy idea of a penal colony on one of the world’s most beautiful islands, has evolved a friendly and fascinating destination. It is a bit apart, but not. You really have to come and see for yourself.