Tourism Australia - Guide to Hobart: Reg and Jen feature in Tourism Australia's Guide to Hobart video.
TasWeekend: A kayaking holiday on Flinders Island is a perfect way to get close to this beautiful and rugged destination. A paddling trip to this island paradise might just be the perfect way to escape on a real adventure without leaving the state.- by Paterick Gee
Our Guide to The Perfect Weekend in Hobart - by Alix Clark
Explore Tasmania's Rugged, Pristine South-West Coastline on a Three-Day Sea-Kayaking Adventure - Parts of the World Heritage listed Southwest National Park are so wild the best way to explore them is by water. This multi-day trip will take you to remote islands, one of them a base camp where you’ll sleep in a canvas yurt and dine on Tassie produce every night. By Anna Webster
Exploring the exhilarating wilderness in the remote South-West of Tasmania - Tasmania’s South-West is famous for wild weather, but on the first day of my kayaking trip the only risk appears to be getting sunburnt. Article by Leena Lavonius.
WHY TASMANIA IS THE PERFECT PLAYGROUND FOR ADVENTUROUS TRAVELLERS ... South-west Tasmania has ample rewards for the adventurous – and energetic – traveller.
MIKE TOMALARIS TRYS HIS HAND AT KAYAKING ON TASMANIA'S DERWENT RIVER ... Mike Tomalaris took on Tasmania's picturesque Derwent River and managed to tick off a few health and fitness goals in the process.
FARTHEST CORNER: A KAYAK EXPEDITION TO MELALEUCA .... Teaming up with Roaring 40s Kayaking, YD Bar-Ness is treated to a unique expedition of Melaleuca, Tasmania.
VIDEO - Mogens Johansen shares the sense of exhilaration felt paddling off Tasmania's rugged and remote south west coast.
‘IT’S IN THE BLOOD’ – ROARING 40S’ REG GRUNDY AND THE KAYAKING LIFE .... From his earliest experiences of kayaking to running his own Tasmanian-based tour company, Reg Grundy talks about his passion for paddling and the sea.
HORIZONS EXPAND FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED ... Four locals proved that disability is no barrier to enjoying recreational kayaking when they took to the water in April as part of an inaugural Tasmanian initiative.
THIS IS WHAT ADVENTURE LOOKS LIKE: KAYAKING IN TASMANIA ... To my left and right stretches a body of tea-coloured water three times the size of Sydney Harbour, studded with wide, white sandy coves, and fed by ancient, wild rivers.
FINDING TIMELESS UTOPIA AT THE WORLD'S EDGE ... An exclusive paddling trip through Tasmania’s wild southwest corner offers solitude – while it lasts.
CALL TO ARMS FOR KAYAK TRIP, IN NAME OF CHARITY .... WANTED: three outdoors-loving females – age unimportant – to accompany an all-women group on the Tasmanian kayaking trip of a lifetime, all in the name of charity.
INTO THE WILD BLUE YONDER OF TASMANIA'S RUGGED SOUTHWEST ... Cooling my feet in the shallows of one of the nation’s most pristine and remote beaches, my attention is torn between competing wonders — some gigantic, others minuscule.
ROARING 40S KAYAK TOURS TAKE OUT OUR INAUGURAL TASMANIAN TOURISM READERS' CHOICE AWARD ... The new owners of Roaring 40°s Kayaking are already making a splash, taking out the inaugural Mercury/Tourism Industry Council Tasmania Readers’ Choice award in the Tasmanian Tourism Awards.
WHERE TO GO KAYAKING IN TASMANIA'S WILDERNESS ... Andrew Bain drinks in the rugged beauty of Tasmania’s Bathurst Harbour and beyond.
KAYAKING COMPANY ROARING 40S ADDS A GOURMET TOUCH TO TOUR SCHEDULES ... If you associate kayaking with roughing it, prepare for something different. Established kayaking company Roaring 40s is among businesses to take advantage of Tasmania's reputation for fine food.