History

Early Recycling at Shag Bay

The story of Bonemill Bay.

John and Maria Grist

Threads of Memory: Nostalgia Tasmania

“What better way to remember a time and place and all the memories held dear?”

Nostalgia Tasmania

The Plague of Blackberries

As the emus left, the blackberries arrived…

Bert Spinks

Flowers of the Sky: Comets throughout history

Dirty snowballs from the far reaches of the solar system!

Public Domain Review

An Early Ultramarathon: The 1903 Go-As-You-Please Mountain Race

Pedestrianism at its most challenging – the early days of ultra-marathons

John and Maria Grist

James Kelly – The Father and Founder of Whaling

The tale of a master sailor and whaler: “Perhaps no person was more generally known by name at least, both in and out of the colony”

Bert Spinks

Five Decades Ago: A Tasmanian Story

“It is a land washed by the seas on every side…Strange tigers and prehistoric animals made the island their home.”

Special Arrangement

A Closer Look at Arrowsmith’s 1834 Map

“..A petrifying stream where trunks of trees become stone”

Special Arrangement

The Stories They Tell: An Introduction to Oral History

The richness, the humour, and the emotion of times past…

Ben Ross

Stories of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel

Remembering the past and imagining the future of the Channel

Sheltered Passage