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February 2020 Newsletter

2020/21 Southwest Tasmania expedtion dates, 'Holiday Here This Year' in the Huon Valley, King Penguin sighting, West: Out on the Edge at TMAG and meet adventure travel writer Andrew Bain - is his job really as good as it sounds. 


December 2019 Newsletter

Reg's tips on preparing for kayaking expeditions, kayaking skills weekend, sailing from Tahiti to Hobart and special offers for Christmas


October 2019 Newsletter

Our tips for the best weekend in Hobart, meet our team, preparing for your summer of kayaking, kayaking instruction, and the amazing the Maugean skate. 


July 2019 Newsletter

NEW 4-day Southwest Tasmanian Expeditions, Freycinet and Tasman Peninsula multiday trips, TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Award, Melzie wins bronze at World Champs, Reg's tips on cold weather vs hot weather paddling, what sustainable tourism means to us, 5 questions with Toni Cooper on Reef Life Survey.


Kayaking on Flinders IslandMay 2019 Newsletter

Reg's tips on kayaking as you get older, Tim wins 2019 Cataract Gorge Extreme Race, Flinders Island, Cataract Gorge, Guide Selfie competition winner and Tasmanian wombats.

March 2019 Newsletter

Silver at the Australian Tourism Awards, Southwest Tasmania, Orange-bellied Parrot recovery program, Cradle Mountain Film Festival, the history of the Iron Pot Lighthouse and we talk to Melzie Wall on canoe slalom kayaking and how you can get involved. 



January 2019 Newsletter

Paddling Flinders Island, quirky Tassie tales, Reg's Kayaking Blogs, new visitors book at Clayton's Corner and we talk to Jo Youl from A Taste of Flinders Island.


November 2018 Newsletter

Tasmanian Tourism Awards Gold, welcome to our new staff, instruction offer, reducing your impact when kayaking, Hobart day kayaking trips and the wukalina walk.


September 2018 Newsletter

Expedition kayaking, Reg's Pre-Season Kayak Checklist, Paddle Safe, Coming up in Tassie and Reg and Jen's cycling journey from Manali to Leh in the Indian Himalayas.


May 2018 Newsletter

2018/19 Tasmanian Kayaking Expeditions, Tassie Wine Trails, King River Rafting, Luke Johnson from the Bureau of Meterology answers our questions on weather forecasting and more.


February 2018 Newsletter

Australian Tourism Awards SILVER, 2019 Flinders Island and Southwest Tasmanian expeditions, Reg's tips on kayaking dry bags, Tassie's mountain bike trails and Phil from our favourite fish punt Fish Business.



December 2017 Newsletter

Gold at the Tasmanian Tourism Awards, how we get our kayaks into Southwest Tasmania, Tasmanian Whisky, The Orange-bellied Parrot and Dr Rachel Alderman on her research program saving the Shy albatross.





What to wear kayaking in Tasmania

October 2017 Newsletter

Introducing our new staff, what to wear kayaking in Tassie, Hobart's markets, find out how do kayak guides spend their winters and more.


August 2017 Newsletter

New Deny King museum, Tasman seals, new Hobart accommodation and 5 questions with Kiah Davey, Manager of the Round Earth Company




Kayaking Flinders IslandMay 2017 Newsletter

Flinders Island, Tassie shorebird rescue, kayaking hygiene, Tasmanian Craft Beer and 5 questions with Bette and Dave Roberts, Tasmanian kayaking inspirations


The Jellyfish AppApril 2017 Newsletter

Wilderness music!, Hobart waterfront, SBS video, Benefits of Kayaking, The Jellyfish App and Shutterbug Walkabouts


Kayaking the Breaksea Island, Southwest TasmaniaFebruary 2017 Newsletter

King of the Southwest wilderness, on the water amongst the wooden boats, what makes a good paddling day, Wild Pedder, Vanishing Point art/science collaboration


Best French crepes in HobartJanuary 2017 Newsletter

Flinders Island special, tips for taking photos from kayaks, welcome to Pip Layton, the best crepes in Hobart and five questions with Michael McGoldrick from Par Avion Airlines


Spotted Handfish in the Derwent RiverNovember 2016 Newsletter

Hobart's extraordinary walking fish, kayak purchasing tips, Cradle Mountain Canyons, Whales on the Tasman Peninsula and five questions with Peter Hopkins from Marine and Safety Tasmania


Dark Mofo HobartJune 2016 Newsletter

Experience the dark side of Hobart, why UNESCO listed Tasmania's Southwest as World Heritage Wilderness, TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence