Tasmania does winter properly.
But to really experience it, you can’t just stay home.
So, we’re taking the show on the road, for Jimmy & Nath's Off Season.
We want Tasmania's help in putting together the perfect winter adventures that have something for everyone!
Tell us your favourite spots to sit by the fire, to throw a snowball, to sip mulled cider, and to make the most of the Off Season.
Then your boys Jimmy & Nath will head out to experience them for themselves.
Listen to us on Hobart’s Hit 100.9 or anywhere on the Listnr app to join the conversation...As we venture out into the cold this Off Season.
Earlier this year, over 10,000 Tasmanian's had their say and voted on Tassie's Top Tourism Towns. So this is where we're starting - Congratulations to New Norfolk for winning the category for a town with a population over 5000 people and to Stanley for the category win for population under 5000!
Both towns will now be judged alongside the Top Tourism Towns in all other Australian States and Territories in the Search for Australia's Top Tourism Towns to be announced in Canberra in September.
Week 4 - Richmond and the Coal River Valley
Lizzie Donovan From Jeu de Cheval, Hobart Horseplay
Shelley Bickerstaff from Frogmore Creek Winery
Greg Ross from Tasmanian Air Tours
Week 3 - St Helens and the East Coast
Matthew Lowndes From The Serpentarium
Jemma Holland, The Sandbar at Bicheno
Sam Jaeschke, ALL4 at Freycinet National Park
Karen Burbury, Eski Group CEO and Owner of Georges Bay Apartments
Will Adkins from Devil's Corner
Week 2 - Stanley and the North West
Haydn Stedman from the Mole Creek Caves
Clint Walker from the Seaview Inn
Penny Scott from Islands Edge Treasures
Week 1 - New Norfolk and the Derwent Valley
Ben Shaw - Derwent Valley Mayor
Mark Black from the Salmon Ponds
Jane Parsons from Curringa Farm
Jimmy & Nath visit Willow Court in New Norfolk
Hit up Discover Tasmania ... they're the real experts!