All posts in Tasman Peninsula

Community Spirit Shines at Australia Day Awards

Sorell Council’s 2019 Australia Day Awards were presented at a special event on Thursday 24 January. Around 170 family, friends and community members attended the presentation event in the Sorell […]

Local Australia Day Award winners, a popular choice

The Tasman Municipality Australia Day awards were presented by Tasman Mayor, Kelly Spaulding at the opening of the Tasman Art and Craft Exhibition on Friday evening the 25th of January. […]

Annual Horse Show a Galloping Success

Dodges Ferry Horse Riding Club Annual All Breeds & Hacking Show January 2019 – Held at Pembroke Equestrian Park in Sorell after more than 15 years continues to be a […]

Long Weekend brings Art, Craft and Family Fun

Once again a dedicated group of community members put on the Tasman Art and Craft Exhibition at the Civic Centre in Nubeena, over the Australia Day long weekend. On opening […]

Doggie Donations

As the song goes, from little things big things grow, and Sirens Coffee van owner Sarah Turner has shown just that – one doggie biscuit at a time. Since opening […]

Koonya Garlic Festival in its sixth year!

Each February, the picturesque hamlet of Koonya bursts into life to host one of the Tasmania’s most beloved harvest festival events, The Koonya Garlic Festival.  The little festival that just […]

Principals change at Dodges Ferry

At the end of the 2018 school year, Dodges Ferry Primary School Principal, Pieta McKay, announced she is taking on the lead at Montrose Bay High School from 2019 and […]

Family Fun hits Nubeena with a Weekend of Great Events

The Tasman Peninsula is renowned for its Australia Day weekend events and this year will be no different with the 2019 Tasman Peninsula Feast being held on Saturday January 26th, […]

Boxing Day Chops a Long Lasting Tasman Tradition

A vibrant crowd gathered to watch the wood chopping events at Port Arthur on Boxing Day. The presence of a cruise ship at the Port Arthur Historic Site saw passengers […]

Danny’s Big Walk

16-year-old Danny Yates of Dodges Ferry has lost family members to cancer and has seen others battle the disease, so he set out to do something physical to raise funds […]