Wayfarer’s highly-successful destination-based TV show is back for an all-Australian Series 3 and the 7th episode features some of the best things to do in Hobart, Tasmania.
In the episode, Wayfarer’s award-winning Host and Editor-In-Chief, James Gregory Wilkinson, checks in to one of the city’s newest hotels, Crowne Plaza Hobart and gets a tour from General Manager Linda Collis, talks food with Executive Chef John Churchill and dines at AURA, one of Hobart’s best new restaurants atop the hotel.
In the search for some great foodie experiences near Hobart, Chef Churchill takes Wilkinson to the town of Richmond where they uncover gourmand delights at the Wicked Cheese Company and taste some of the region’s top drops at Pooley Wines.
Hobart and surrounds will be showcased across episodes 7, 8 and 9 of Series 3 and feature many of the best hotels, bars, restaurants, galleries, wineries and attractions that the city and the surrounding regions have to offer.
The episodes, essential guides to Hobart and surrounds for business and leisure travellers, will be broadcast here on our Wayfarer YouTube channel and will be promoted to Wayfarer’s global audience of over 80,000 people.
The Tasmania Series 3 line-up includes:
-Series 3 Episode 7: Hobart and surrounds (Feb 10)
-Series 3 Episode 8: Hobart and surrounds (Feb 24)
-Series 3 Episode 9: Hobart and surrounds (Mar 3)
-Series 3 Episode 10: Launceston and surrounds (Mar 17)
-Series 3 Episode 11: Launceston and surrounds (Mar 31)
-Series 3 Episode 12: Cradle Mountain (Apr 7)
After Hobart, the series moves to Launceston and Cradle Mountain National Park in the north of Tasmania.
Since 2018, Wayfarer has been screened across the world to over 6 million viewers in 80 countries.
Wayfarer is now available on Tubi in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and New Zealand, and increases the TV show’s reach of over 6 million to date in over 80 nations, thanks to the show being broadcast to date on Sky News Australia, on Roku in the United States, Canada and the UK, on Paramount Steaming’s Pluto TV in Europe, onboard WestJet in Canada, on the Australia channel across Asia and the Middle East, and most recently, across South Africa, Ireland and the United Kingdom through On Demand 365.