Welcome to the second edition of Holiday at Home!
One of the reasons I love Tasmania is because of the seasons. It reminds me so much of my own home in Ireland, albeit not as cold!
Now five years later of living in this beautiful state it never gets old, walking through Princes Square, Launceston as the leaves change colour, getting to rug up in winter beanies and warm scarves and enjoying some mulled wine, it really is idyllic.
In this edition of Holiday at Home, we are embracing Tassie as it transitions from autumn to winter with the welcome return of our favourite events, including, Festival of Voices and Agfest.
Tasmania really puts on a show this time of year and even has some natural events that are unique to our shores.
The turning of the Fagus is a fiery autumn spectacle that can only be seen in Mt Field and Cradle Mountain national parks, flick to page 7 for your guide to catching this short-lived event before the leaves drop to prepare for the icy winter.
Tasmania is also the best place to see the aurora australis, the counterpart of the famed northern lights.
Pages 18 to 19 feature the ultimate guide to catching the southern lights.
And if you are looking for a hidden gem for a mini-break, check out page 15 for our top five bathtubs with a view.
To read the online version click here, happy reading and exploring!
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