Travel Blog - Unique
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
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.
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!
A Day with Peter in the Vines
Nestled amongst its 40 hectares of vines is a cosy garden complete with a few surprises. It's amazing what you'll find 'hoping' around if you look closely...
A museum all about Poo? How Taboo!
Its not often you find a museum dedicated to the world of poo! We caught up with resident Poo-ologist Karin, to learn about this strange place and how a poo launching caterpillar inspired the idea!
A Paris Hidden In The Rainforest
AGFEST- Tasmanias premier farming event
If your family has never 'been to AGFEST its an amazing day out with loads of family friendly activities, displays, animal shows, tractors, trucks, pony rides, shopping, crafts, cars, caravans, deliciously divine food and so, so much more! Agfest is on every year around April or May.
I Made A Travel Journal To Record My Sons Flights
Having visited over 30 countries herself before settling in Hobart, this inspiring mum conceived the idea for the Junior Flyers logbook after her son was born, having searched unsuccessfully for something to record details of his many flights for him to look back on in years to come.
Do Your Kids Use Generic Headphones?
Often our kids will have headphones so we get a bit of piece and quite (let's be honest - there are only so many Moana or Wiggles songs we can handle on repeat in one day!), how do you know if the volume isn't doing damage to their delicate ears?