Tassie Off Season Offerings: Week 2

In celebration of the Tassie Off-Season we continue exploring the uniquely winter experiences sure to turn you into a winter person.

Tasmanian Wild Seafood Adventures

Tasmanian Wild Seafood Adventures live and breathe their ‘deep-to-dish’ ethos – the freshest wild seafood caught and cooked before your eyes.

Their Deep-to-Dish: Tasmanian Seafood Cruise is their signature culinary tour – a half-day decadent degustation seafood dining experience. Cruise the River Derwent and watch on as the freshest wild seafood is caught by divers and prepared right in front of you on board their luxury two-storey catamaran. Sample straight from the source on a curated menu of seafood including Tasmanian rock lobster, mussels and periwinkle. An ideal team building experience, and corporate travel option, and a popular addition to partner programs.

Dive into winter this year with Tasmanian Wild Seafood Adventures. Link below for more information.

Tasmanian Wild Seafood Adventures | Tour | Discover Tasmania

Walk on kunanyi

Walk on kunanyi was founded on a passion to share Tasmania’s wilderness and stories with the world.

kunanyi / Mt Wellington has so many intriguing stories to be told and they believe the best way to hear these stories is by visiting the places where the stories live.

This winter, explore the southern stars and nocturnal wildlife on kunanyi / Mt Wellington with “kunanyi after dark”.

As night falls, head outside and join a Walk on kunanyi walking tour to learn about the night sky. Spot wildlife such as possums, pademelons, wallaby, owls, bats; and if you’re lucky, you might even spot an nuyina / Aurora.

Find out more below.

Walk On kunanyi | Tour | Discover Tasmania

Design Tasmania

Located on the edge of Launceston’s City Park, sits the ideally positioned Design Tasmania.

Dedicated to nurturing and championing creative practice in Tasmania since 1976, Design Tasmania houses one of Australia’s most significant contemporary timber design collections welcoming more than 60,000 visitors each year.

Fresh from the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale, Design Tasmania presents “Unsettling Queenstown” – an exhibition immersing viewers in the dark magnetism of Tasmania’s history and landscapes, opening unsettling perspectives on decolonising architectures and alternative futures.

Taking place from Wednesday 1 May to Saturday 31 August 2024 you can find out more below.

Design Tasmania | Things to do | Discover Tasmania

Novotel Devonport

Novotel Devonport is Devonport’s premium 4-star hotel located within the heart of the city and perfectly positioned within easy reach of shops, restaurants and the Spirit of Tasmania terminal. They offer a variety of accommodation options that is ideally suited for both business and leisure travel, which include modern guest rooms, rooms with balconies, family accommodation and spacious suites.

This winter Novotel Devonport is offering a “Cruise and Stay Package”, giving you the chance to explore North West Tasmania and the majestic Leven River with overnight accommodation in a beautifully appointed Ocean View Room, 4-hour boat tour with Leven Cruises and picnic hamper full of Southeast Asian goodies from the hotels, Mr. Good Guy restaurant.

Find out more below.

Novotel Devonport | All accommodation | Discover Tasmania

The Kiln Eatery

The Kiln Eatery in the heart of the Huon Valley, is more than a restaurant, it’s a celebration of Tasmania and the people who live on the island – welcoming, generous, genuine and relaxed.

This Tassie Off-Season, the Kiln Eatery invites you to indulge in a 2-course culinary adventure. After a delightful lunch featuring locally sourced ingredients, immerse yourself in a gin tasting experience. Sample a curated selection of small-batch gins from DeQuetteville Distillery’s Garden Gin Range.

Find further details below.

The Kiln | Food and drink | Discover Tasmania

For more Tassie Off-Season suggestions be sure to visit for a new selection every week throughout April and May.

Read last week’s story here or head over to Discover Tasmania for everything Tassie Off-Season.