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A sense of adventure runs through Tasmania’s creative life.

From historic sites reinhabited in surprising ways to bold original ventures, the island’s arts and culture scene challenges and inspires.

Art on the edge

Tasmania is well known for its vibrant art scene. There are the big names - think Mona and TMAG - but also a constellation of small, edgy galleries and thought-provoking public art around the state. Explore sculpture trails, a town of murals and a carved wall of Huon pine, or wander into galleries and chat with the artists.

Best Art in Tasmania

Stunning waterfall mural painted on the side of Mountain Mumma Cafe and Pizza.

Western Wilds art

Art and nature share a wild edge in the untamed landscape of Tasmania’s west coast. Chart a course to visit three public art installations, inspired by the region’s compelling stories, each offering moments of quiet reflection and inspiration.

Western Wilds art

Bitumen Bones

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