DST is focused on growing tourism visitation, increasing yield and regional dispersal.
Incorporating 11 local government partners, industry membership and a partnership with Tourism Tasmania and the Department of State Growth.
Our region features some of Tasmania’s great icons, as well as many of the hidden treasures and bespoke experiences that allow visitors to recharge, reconnect and ‘come down for air’. It’s our job to help tourism businesses deliver the best possible experience and to help visitors unearth those treasures.
Become a Member
Learn more about what it means to be a part of Destination Southern Tasmania from some of our members.
Southern Tasmania Tourism Showcase
The 2023 Southern Tasmania Tourism Showcase was a new industry event organised by Destination Southern Tasmania.
The event took place in nipaluna / Hobart on Wednesday 8th November 2023 at Princes Wharf 1 and placed participating businesses from the visitor economy in front of key stakeholders from across the Tasmanian tourism industry.
Destination Southern Tasmania – MeDIA Releases
Aquila Eco Retreat, located in the Coal River Valley, Southern Tasmania, continues to redefine the guest experience with the introduction
Tasmanian Wild Seafood Adventures is celebrating today after being named as a finalist in the national Grey Nomad Awards. The
Oceana Bed & Breakfast proudly announces their commitment to environmental sustainability by implementing an innovative strategy for reducing carbon emissions.
The Henry Jones Art Hotel, has launched its newest art-fuelled experience, Palawa Connection: Stories with Allan Mansell. Designed in collaboration with Allan,