Sometimes, you just need to say “to hell with it” and go back into a state of simple, childlike happiness. After all, can you think of a better way to spend your weekend than rock climbing, eating desserts, or joining the circus?
Come on you little monkeys! Whether you can scuttle up and down with ape-like agility or you’ve never even seen a harness before, Rockit Climbing Centre welcomes you to come along and tackle the wall. This place is all about community and healthy living, proud to provide a space where everyone can learn at their own pace in a relaxed, encouraging atmosphere. It’s great exercise and tons of fun, so give it a go!
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If you want to ditch the city and indulge in some of that gorgeous Tasmanian scenery we all take for granted, there’s no better way to do it than Tahune Airwalk. It’s a sprawling system of bridges and observation points set 20-50 meters above the breathtaking Huon Valley, and the natural views are simply stunning. Oh, and don’t forget to take the Cable Eagle Hang Glider over the river!
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We’re pretty sure we’re not the only ones who thought about running away and joining the circus as a kid. Well, it’s time to make your dreams a reality! The talented tumblers at Circus Art Tasmania teach and perform circus skills across Tasmania, so if you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at juggling, trapeze or acrobalance, you know where to go! Adult classes are held at Moonah Arts Centre, and drop-ins are more than welcome.
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If you want to eat so much ice cream that you feel sick, there’s no better place in Hobart (and possibly the world) to that than Honey Badger Dessert Cafe. From waffles and pancakes to cheesecake, brownies, blondies and banoffees, the list of rich and opulent treats just goes on and on. Try the famously naughty hot chocolate, or give one of the lively ‘popping sodas’ a sip. Honestly though, you could pick anything on their menu and be in dessert heaven.
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The brainchild of Annie Inglis and Emily Arlotte, Launchpad Workshops is a dedicated space where local artists, designers and craftspeople can get together and share their knowledge with all who wish to learn. Whether you’re interested in knitting, Japanese tie dying or chalk calligraphy, these laid-back, hugely enjoyable sessions are definitely the way to go about learning. Have fun!