• Killora House by Tanner Architects

    Lara Marseele, originally from Belgium, was instantly captivated with this treed site at Killora Bay on Bruny Island, in Tasmania.

  • May’s Point House by Tanner Architects

    This idyllic coastal location, May’s Point, appears to be in a remote part of Tasmania. But it’s only a 25-minute drive from Hobart.

  • The Boathouse on Satellite Island

    Hidden away in a sheltered pocket of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, Southern Tasmania, we escape to a private island retreat through the lens of coveted travel photographer Kara Rosenlund.

  • Slow Beam by Lauren Bamford and Hearth Studio

    A celebration of Australian art and furniture; Slow Beam in Tasmania is the result of a bold design collaboration.

  • Sisterhood by Biasol

    We explore the exciting new coastal tropical Sisterhood restaurant by Biasol in Sandy Bay, adding to Hobart’s ever-evolving feast of quality eateries.

  • Best of est | Holiday Villas

    Room for the whole family and then some. We put our pursuit of boutique holiday homes to good use with the latest est collection.

  • Aplite House

    Both sustainably and stylishly considered, this holiday home on the Freycinet Coast celebrates the rugged wilderness of the Tasmanian landscape.

  • Pumphouse Point on Lake St. Clair

    We embraced the Tasmanian wilderness to spend a night on Lake St. Clair at the remarkable Pumphouse Point, including a chat with proprietor Simon Currant.

  • Itinerary: A Weekend In Tasmania

    Plan your getaway to Australia’s most discussed destination with our weekender itinerary, perfect for design and dining enthusiasts alike.

  • A Piece of Piermont

    The Piermont Retreat in Tasmania is adding new cottages for those wanting to make a coastal escape last longer.