Here’s a taste of what you can expect in the Partner Program. Registration will open in November.


kunanyi/Mount Wellington

kunanyi/Mount Wellington, in the indigenous Tasmanian language of Palawa kani, towers over the city of Hobart in southern Tasmania.

The mountain is a commanding presence, dominating the local skyline and giving Hobart an iconic image for many around the world to recognize.

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Visit the famous Museum of Old and New Art!

MONA is a car, bus or ferry ride away from the Hobart CBD. The MONA ROMA departs the Hobart Waterfront and takes around 25 minutes one way – we recommend taking the ferry to make your visit to Tasmania and MONA especially memorable!

Fees for transport are additional.

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Port Arthur Historic Site

Port Arthur Historic Site in lutruwita/Tasmania, is one of Australia’s favourite tourist destinations.

Located just 90 mins from nipaluna/Hobart by road, it’s a place of global significance – one of the 11 places that make up the UNESCO Australian Convict Sites World Heritage Property.

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Pennicott Wilderness Journeys

Pennicott Wilderness Journeys provides two multi-award winning Tasmanian coastal cruise experiences – Bruny Island Cruises & Tasman Island Cruises.

Showcasing Tasmania’s southern coastal wilderness, passengers can view spectacular rock formations, intriguing caves, blowholes and sea-cliffs among the highest in the word.

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The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is Australia’s cool climate garden, with a number of unique collections including Australia’s only Subantarctic Plant House. With a total of 14 hectares to explore.

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The intact colonial-era town has more than 50 Georgian buildings, many meticulously restored and operating as cafes, restaurants, galleries and accommodation.

The Coal River flows downstream from Richmond, nourishing a string of fine wineries.

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Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

A visit to Bonorong is a chance to come closer than ever to something wild and fragile. You’ll come face to face with animals that became extinct long ago in other parts of Australia.

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Sample Local Produce

With four distinct seasons, abundant sunshine and rainfall, rich soil and seas, and a culture of innovation, the island produces everything from wine to whisky, saffron to truffles, abalone to wasabi.

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