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The Lovely, Beautiful and Very Elegant Tea Party

The Lovely, Beautiful and Very Elegant Tea Party

Tessa’s Books of Elegance - ‘The Lovely, Beautiful and Very Elegant Tea Party’ is a book that fosters family connection.

10 Tips For A Road Trip With Young Kids

10 Tips For A Road Trip With Young Kids

It does not matter who does the organising, the nappy changes, feeds or occupies the toddler. If you have a solid pre-travel/outing plan it has to lighten the load for all, right? We believe it does and at Tassie4Kids we love productive lists that help with keeping your sanity and the day going smoothly

A Short History of the Tasman Peninsula

A Short History of the Tasman Peninsula

Geologically, the Tasman Peninsula is home to a number of Tasmania’s top natural wonders; with much of the peninsula is protected as national park, given its beauty and natural diversity. Most famously, the peninsula is known for the World Heritage Port Arthur Historic Site.

Top Tasmanian Beaches for Kids

Top Tasmanian Beaches for Kids

Tasmania has amazing coastlines. East to West, and North to South, the whole family can come together for a day or afternoon of water fun!

The beaches marked on our Google Map have been highlighted as being great for families by other families. You can click on each Beau Bear for details on the beach listed.

The Town of Murals

The Town of Murals

Every year at Easter, the picturesque town of #Sheffield comes alive with its annual Mural Fest. Artists travel from across the world for the chance to paint a mural in the heart of the town below the mountain.

The Tessellated Pavement

The Tessellated Pavement

160 million years is how long it could have taken to create the Tessellated Pavement.⠀Located on the Tasman Peninsula, this amazing geological wonder consists of silt stone that has cracked under stress over a very, very long time.

Exploring the Far South Rivers and Wilderness

Exploring the Far South Rivers and Wilderness

Touring through Far South Tasmania is often overlooked when travelling in Tasmania. Only a short drive from Hobart compared to other regions, its a must-see destination for any family that loves being near the water and exploring nature.

A Walk on Maria Island

A Walk on Maria Island

Accessible only by ferry, Maria Island contains the most intact example of a convict probation station in Australia. There are a number of short walks to explore the buildings and ruins of Darlington and the island is home to a number of releaded Tasmanian Devils.

Unicorn Tours through Hobart?

Unicorn Tours through Hobart?

Take a ride in an old carriage through historic Hobart. Enjoy a morning jaunt or snuggle under a blanket for a twilight ride. The Kids can even request unicorns!