EATT Magazine podcast

EATT Magazine podcast
By EATT Magazine podcast
About this podcast
Welcome aboard the EATT Magazine Podcast!
Winner of The Australian Podcast Awards Castaway most popular vote category in Lifestyle, Health and Wellness
Drink, dine and explore with your host Cullen.
A delicious cocktail of tips, interviews and travel photography, with a few secret ingredients mixed in.
Your journey begins at our website, where you’ll find podcast 37 at eattmag.com the beginning of our travel podcast
Experience the islands with Cullen, meet local whisky makers, and linger over a glass or two. Find out what drives these passionate people, and why their whiskies are so unique.
Join us as we walk and talk our way around on this very unique journey.




Episodes (Total: 74 / Page: 1)
Sept. 23, 2017 · 00:28:19
Join Cullen with Christopher Keys the Winemaker from Gibbston Valley making great wines from inside his cave making wine slowly with one taste at a time.   View images from your iTunes device for this podcast here https://eattmag.com/great-wines-handcrafted-by-a-caveman/    Click Here to Subscribe Arriving at the Gibbston Valley winery looking for more great wines, just a few miles from Queenstown is a unique experience. The vineyard is tucked beautifully into the mountainside drenched in the warm baking sun of central Otago, cradling a beautiful outdoor restaurant that forms a warm and inviting array of spaces that act as comfortable tasting houses. From the time you arrive at the bottom of the long drive with vines either side, you can sense the experiences ahead will be something unique. Good Wine, Food and Living Is a motto here inside one of the region’s unique and founding wineries, the focus has always been on handcrafting great wines while honouring the traditions that have built up over time since releasing Central Otago's first commercial vintage in 1987. Gibbston Valley wines are unfined, unfiltered and sustainably produced. The ruggedly-beautiful and incredibly diverse setting stands out as the warm and friendly staff are inspired by the pursuit of good wine, good food and what they like to call good living. Christopher Keys has an artistic background in both languages and literature, and his life took an unexpected turn when he ventured into life as a winemaker. From 1998 to 2006, he worked in wineries in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand the USA and France; a period notable for soaking up as much wine knowledge as possible. Christopher oversees the wine-making at Gibbston Valley, often with a camera in hand to engage his other passion, photography. Gibbston valley offers an experience wine tasting in New Zealand's largest wine cave Daily wine cave and tasting tours are hosted and provide an opportunity where you can visit the Home Block, the region's oldest vineyard, do a tasting in the wine cave and catch a glimpse of the winemakers in action. For a more exclusive experience, upgrade to one of their great wine private tour options. The wine cave is also available for private functions including weddings, corporate dinners, and other special events. More details can be found at https://www.gibbstonvalley.com/experience/winery-tours/ And https://www.gibbstonvalley.com More Queenstown podcasts can also be found here  https://eattmag.com/71-discover-queenstowns-ultimate-beer/  The EATT Magazine Travel Podcast winner of the 2017 Cast Away Australian Podcast Awards most popular vote category in Lifestyle, Health and Wellness.
Aug. 23, 2017 · 00:14:38
In part two of our travel podcast,we continue our conversation with Maryann at The Winery discovering how New Zealand wineries are leading in new wine time trends.   Click Here to Subscribe Looking at a map of Queenstown in New Zealand The Winery is situated right in the centre of town, and leading in an innovate trend not just among the locals but also with many visitors when it comes to wine time. See the images for this podcast from within iTunes by following this link eattmag.com/new-zealand-wine-time-trends/  on New Zealand wineries wine time trends. Emerging from what some might compare to, but not quite like “the slow food movement” where your tasting time becomes much more of down time and where time in fact becomes an essential part of the entire experience. What exactly is the rush anyway? Many visitors to this part of the world are often disarmed by the awe-inspiring “Middle-earth feeling” that comes with the remarkable view, unrelenting as soon as you disembark at the airport. This breath taking experience slows down even the fastest city slicker seeking adventure immediately on arrival. In essence, this wine time machine has somehow been decanted into the enclave of The Winery. So much so you might not notice yourself easing into the chair beside you or not see yourself in the mirrored glass quietly heading for your next tasting, at such an early part of the day. But let's face it, it is in fact so much more than that. It interrupts your day, delays your restaurant booking, emails lay unchecked, text messages denied and tomorrows events ultimately end up somehow redesigned or rescheduled and why not. Suddenly in the clarity of a single glass in one hand and nothing in the other you realise something critical. You are on vacation; you're on holiday, you have reached your true north, your last destination, your very own wine time.   About The Winedub  The Winedub is an original 1958 split screen VW single cab pickup that was fully restored over 15 months.  The Winedub has been fitted out with our Enomatic Wine Serving System so that 46 different wines to be served - by the taste, half or full glass.           More details on The Winery and the WineDub can be found at www.thewinery.co.nz As tourist numbers to New Zealand continue to grow, the WineCaseNZ app has just been released so that visitors can easily select, purchase and ship a mixed case of their favourite wines back home. WineCaseNZ has over 500 of the country’s top wines from more than 100 wineries spanning from Waiheke Island though to Central Otago and every wine region in between. WineCaseNZ ships to more than 40 countries across the world with a fully inclusive service covering insurance, duties, taxes and guaranteed delivery to your door. WineCaseNZ founder Rick Nelson has been working on the app for more than 2 years. He says the time was spent ensuring WineCaseNZ is simple to use and offers the largest possible selection of New Zealand’s best wines. The result is an app that makes it easy to find the Cellar Doors, their opening times, winery restaurant hours and to buy wine as you tour and taste your way across the length and breadth of New Zealand. Because the app was developed to work offline, it means you can still add to your selection from remote spots without a data connection. Rick says inspiration for WineCaseNZ came from his experience as a wine retailer and tourism operator in Queenstown. “Our customers enjoy sharing a mixed selection of wines at home with friends and telling them about their special time here in New Zealand. The wines they buy are usually from multiple regions and wineries.” “I felt there was a gap in the market for people who want a mixed case of wines from their travels. The app provides that opportunity for those who don’t want to commit their total wine spend at one Cellar Door.
July 31, 2017 · 00:16:49
Start your journey in Queenstown, New Zealand at the single place you can taste over 80 of New Zealand's best wines at The Winery.   Click Here to Subscribe The Winery is situated in Beach St. Queenstown, New Zealand The Winery has the largest tasting of New Zealand wines in the world, and so it holds many of the great wines from local wineries all over New Zealand. Award winning, single vineyard and reserve wines are selected from many of the boutique wineries right across New Zealand.   Click Here to Subscribe   New Zealand Sparkling wine Image by Cullen  - IBC Tasting is a great experience at The Winery where you can sample many of the wines with the simple push of a button.This express self-service allows you to serve yourself, wine, Champagne, sparkling wine, Whisky, Port and Sherry by either a pure taste a half a glass or a full glass depending on what you fancy.   New Zealand Pinot noir IBC Over 700 wines are stocked so you can buy your favourite wines and ship them to over 30 countries with our door-to-door delivery service.   Relax and unwind in the comfort of the leather lounge chairs as you enjoy award-winning local cheeses with delicious platters of salami’s, bread and olive oil.   The CLASSIC CHEESE BOARD Consists of four artisan Whitestone Cheese's served with crackers, ciabatta bread, honeycomb, quince paste, roast cherry chutney, dukkah and extra virgin olive oil with a dash of balsamic. The Winery has created a unique Honey Hive working with carefully selected New Zealand honey producers.   IBC The Honey Hive specialises in premium quality Manuka, honey.   IBC   Our boutique producers source single varietal honey directly from artisan beekeepers. You can taste some of the honey’s too for free.     New Zealand white wine Sauvignon blanc     IBC You can garner more details from https://www.thewinery.co.nz/  and you can also buy New Zealand wine online from http://www.winenz.com/   www.winenz.com ships to over 40 countries world wide including New Zealand, Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Czech Republic Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and the USA - Alaska and Hawaii The excellent service ensures your wine reaches you every time in perfect condition so you can order with confidence and delivery is guaranteed. A wide selection of wines are also available by region including Australian Premium Wines Auckland Region Canterbury / Waipara Central Otago Gisborne Hawkes Bay Marlborough Martinborough Nelson Waiheke Island Cable Bay Vineyards Destiny Bay Man O' War Vineyard Mudbrick Vineyard Obsidian Peacock Sky Vineyard Stonyridge Vineyard Te Motu & Dunleavy Te Whau Vineyard Waitaki Valley   IBC Many of New Zealand's wineries are listed also including Akarua Winery Alpha Domus Winery Amisfield Winery Archangel Wines Aronui Wines Askerne Estate Winery Astrolabe Wines Ata Rangi Auburn Wines Auntsfield Estate Aurum Wines Babich Wines Bald Hills Vineyard Bilancia Billecart-Salmon Champagne Black Barn Vineyards Black Estate Wines Brancott Estate Brennan Wines Brookfields Vineyards Burn Cottage Vineyard Cable Bay Vineyards Cambridge Road Carrick Winery Ceres Wines Charcoal Gully Vineyard Chard Farm Winery Church Road Winery Clearview Estate Clos Henri Vineyard Clos Marguerite Clos Marguerite Vineyard Cloudy Bay Vineyard Coal Pit Vineyard Craggy Range Vineyards Crown Range Cellar Darling Wines Destiny Bay Vineyards Devotus Doctors Flat Vineyard Dog Point Vineyard Dom Perignon Champagne Domain Road Vineyard Domaine Thomson Wines Drumsara Wines Dry River Wines Dunleavy Escarpment Wines   Esk Valley Estate Wines Felton Road Wines Folding Hill Wines Forrest Estate Wines
July 16, 2017 · 00:35:15
Discover Queenstown's Altitude Brewing. Altitude Brewing was born in 2013, high in New Zealand’s striking Southern Alps. Click Here to Subscribe Conceived over many years by a love of crafting fine ales, the brewery finally came to life under the auspices of Queenstown-bred local, Eliott Menzies who had a desire to share his passions with the world. Discover Queenstown's images for this podcast from iTunes. https://eattmag.com/71-discover-quee…ns-ultimate-beer/    Inspired by the varied history, the wildlife, the snow and the peaks of Queenstown and the Southern Alps, he set out to craft something that not only tasted great, but captured the area’s essence. The brewery and its range has grown up over the years and now produces a wide range of award winning beers across many styles. Varieties like the Mischievous Kea IPA and Powder Day pilsner are lent there names by the local environment and help Altitude Brewing stay true to who they are. This is emphasised by a donation program that means that part of every beer sold is donated back to local charities. Altitude beers are now available in most parts of New Zealand but the focus is always on quality and consistency. "people know our beers for what they are - and we don't want to change that" says Eliott. Newly opened is a taproom in Queenstown where you can taste the whole range and seasonal releases whilst watching the beer being made. http://www.altitudebrewing.co.nz/ The next time you discover Queenstown try the mischievous kea.  Named after the most intelligent bird in the world, our native Kea, this is a cheeky, vibrant and characterful beer; just like its namesake. The beer is a complex hybrid, mixing the New World hop-forward and the Old-English toasty and bitter IPA styles. A judiciously selected blend of four Kiwi hops keep it native. Six different malts and a closely monitored mash schedule give the beer its full and robust body which is needed to maintain balance with the hops. To keep the recipe safe we stashed our only copy in a summit register somewhere in the Southern Alps. http://www.altitudebrewing.co.nz/    Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown Images by Cullen   Flight to Queenstown, New Zealand   Images by Cullen     Lake Wakatipu Queenstown, New Zealand  Images by Cullen   Images by Cullen Images by Cullen Images by Cullen Images by Cullen Images by Cullen Images by Cullen Fireflies, Lakeside Images by Cullen Another photographer visiting Queenstown Shared works  Shared works  /*
June 25, 2017 · 00:19:00
Welcome to the EATT Magazine podcast winner of the 2017 Cast Away Australian Podcast Awards most popular vote category in Lifestyle, Health and Wellness. Itunes link to the images in this podcast https://eattmag.com/sydney-exhibit/ The Sydney exhibit of Spiders Alive and Deadly at the Australian Museum are a hot ticket this holidays as the Sydney exhibit ends on the 16th of July. At the Spiders – Alive & Deadly exhibition the Tarantulas have arrived for visitors who will be transported to the subterranean home of the ancient Tasmanian Cave Spider through augmented reality, compete in a mating dance ritual with a Peacock Spider, experience up close the Golden Orb weaving spider and their huge webs in the cobweb room, be captivated by large groups of the Australian Huntsman Spider – the world’s only communal spider family – living together, and witness live ‘venom-milking’ conducted on a daily basis by AM experts in the ‘Venom Lab.’ “The venom collected will be given to the venom databank at the University of Queensland – the largest venom databank in the world – where it will be utilised by medical researchers for potential pain medications and anti-cancer treatments,” Dr. Rebecca Johnson, Director of the Australian Museum Research Institute said. Image: Maratus volans male Jurgen Otto Breakthrough research on spider silk technology will also be introduced to visitors. Despite their gossamer appearance, spider silk ranks amongst the toughest and most durable material in the world. Currently being developed are biodegradable fishing lines, medical sutures and protective armour cloth. From Spider-Man to Charlotte’s Web, spiders have inspired films, books, jewellery, tattoos and even clothing. But their evolutionary success in our ecosystem is just as fascinating. “Spiders are unique and talented creatures that are capable of astonishing things.” Catherine Timbrell, Project Manager, Exhibitions said “They inhabit every continent except Antarctica and are able to survive in environments that range from deserts to rain forests to our crowded cities. They can climb trees, survive falls, swim, parachute, spin webs and they can even give up a limb when in danger and then grow it back.” “In the spider world of ‘eat or be eaten,’ we encourage visitors to marvel at the clever techniques used by predators of all sizes - including little-known defensive mechanisms such as mimicry and noise-making - to hunt and kill their next meal from ambush and suffocation to camouflage, super senses and cannibalism.” Timbrell said. Cullen is then taken into one of the spiders chambers where Cathrine places his head inside the spider dome where he he gets up close with the spiders hurriedly building their webs just centimeters from him. Catherine eventually releases Cullen into the wild where he scurries from the museum across into Hyde park through the night noodle market towards a birthday party preparing to quickly digest something light before disappearing underground at the Sydney Town hall for his next encounter. Spiders alive and deadly exhibition which opens from the 29 October, 2016 – 16 July 2017 at the Australian museum in Sydney http://australianmuseum.net.au/landing/spiders-alive-and-deadly/ The Spider podcasts alive and deadly have been brought to you by The EATT magazine podcast as a preview to the city of Sydney stories soon to be released in 2017 Start your journey from the beginning and join the travel podcast here at number 37 https://eattmag.com/the-travel-podcast/ Or have us send you a travel podcast once a week so you can download the episode whenever you like Spiders can also react to a number of weather changes Rain is often indicated when some spiders create their webs in much higher spaces than normal and oftentimes can over-spin their webs. However the Huntsman spiders are more likely at those times to be higher up on walls and up into ceilings inside houses and outd...
June 6, 2017 · 00:18:24
Welcome to the EATT Magazine podcast winner of the 2017 Cast Away Australian Podcast Awards most popular vote category in Lifestyle, Health and Wellness. Itunes link to the images in this podcast https://eattmag.com/podcast-in-the-australian-museum/ The Sydney spider exhibit at the spiders alive and deadly exhibition which is now open until 16 July 2017 at the Australian Museum in Sydney. Expect the unexpected during this interview about Sydney spider exhibit held downstairs in a tight corner deep within the sandstone bowels of an underground cave within the museum chambers. Cullen Pope talks with Catherine Timbrell, the exhibition manager for Spiders. Listen to "Halloween Spiders podcast Alive & Deadly from the Australian Museum" on Spreaker. Image of St Andrews Cross spider Argiope keyserlingi. St Andrew's Cross Spiders are named for their bright, cross-shaped web decorations. Catherine weaves her way through the exhibit stories of creepy, crawly encounters slowly unwinding the contents of spiders alive and deadly. Sydney spider exhibit podcast gives a sneak peek into the city of Sydney stories to be revealed in 2017 on EATT Magazine's new travel podcast. The podcast is targeted at listeners not only from Australia but also North America and Asia. The exhibition features spiders from the much feared Funnel Web Spider to the less familiar Portia Spider, where you can discover how and why these extraordinary creatures have evolved to become the most successful species on the planet at the Australian Museum. The Australian Museum opening times can be found on the Australian Museum website and in part two of the podcast. Spiders - Alive & Deadly Smart, carnivorous and utterly essential to our existence – spiders will be invading the  Australian Museum for its summer exhibition and promises to be Sydney’s most captivating family outing which opened in 2016 just in time for Halloween. Featuring over 400 real specimens from the AM’s extensive Arachnology Collection including Redbacks, Tarantulas, Huntsman, Golden Orbs, Wolf, White-Tails and Trapdoors, the exhibition will also be home to 15 live spiders. With information is drawn from the latest science, Spiders - Alive & Deadly, invites visitors to learn about essential spider characteristics - venom, silk, where they live, how they hunt their prey, how they have adapted to the changing environments - and the critical roles they play in our ecosystem. Sydney spider exhibit  Spiders – Alive & Deadly which opened in October for Halloween explores the facts and fiction behind nature's eight-legged wonders, while challenging visitors to confront their fears and get closer to some of nature’s most deadly, yet misunderstood creatures. In this part one of a two-part podcast on Spiders - Alive & Deadly. http://australianmuseum.net.au/landing/spiders-alive-and-deadly/ Sponsored links and offers include Skillshare coupon- save over 33% to learn online for under 30 cents a day which will end soon as this is not a free offer it is a discount of over 33% Antstand.com Laptop stand discount by Antstand using the PROMO CODE: eattmag to get a generous discount on your laptop stand www.antstand.com/partner-eatt-magazine/ Spider's are also playing a role in some new upcoming movies such as Spyder. In the opening scene of a recent trailer for the new film, a robotic spider has appeared to be suddenly climbing over the back of a man in an intriguing and brilliantly gripping scene within the first 75 seconds. #SPYDER #GlimpseOfSPYDER #SpyderTeaser Movie: SPYDER Starring: Mahesh Babu, Rakul Preet Singh, SJ Suriya Director: A R Murugadoss Music: Harris Jayaraj Cinematography: Santosh Sivan ASC.ISC Fight Master: Peter Hien Editor: Sreekar Prasad Art Director: Rupin Suchak Download the NEW Learn English travel podcast app on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/eatt-magazine-leading-magazine/id713476373?mt=8
May 22, 2017 · 00:26:58
Meet Bill Aronson Jet Staring in our flight seat just before his appointment with an excellent company working in artificial intelligence in part two of this interview on our flight with JetStar. Welcome to the EATT Magazine podcast winner of the 2017 Cast Away Australian Podcast Awards most popular vote category in Lifestyle, Health and Wellness. Get images for this podcast from iTunes https://eattmag.com/artificial-intelligence-and-deep-learning/ In part two of this story after we meet Bill very early on in his quest to increase his memory and then to go on and help thousands and thousands of other people to do just that. As a direct result of his memory coaching Bill was appointed CEO of an international artificial intelligence company. FOR A LIMITED TIME ENROLL NOW FREE Discover free personalised memory coaching to double your memory Bill Aronson Bill believes in the power of giving away your best stuff for free and now has three courses available on Udemy https://www.udemy.com/how-to-remember-every-password https://www.udemy.com/recallweekdays http://masteryourmemory.teachable.com/ A powerful memory boosts confidence, clarity and creativity. Discover free personalised memory coaching to double your memory. The following testimonials indicate what he is like to work with. More details of Bill’s work can be found here http://www.billaronson.com/ Bill’s book is out now Lead Bill is a motivational leader, full of energy and integrity. Supports and encourages his team and the individuals within it. Innovative, creative and practical, he delivers quality outputs to achieve the best results for his organization and his team .  Has vision, communicates well and has a strong sense of purpose as well as an ethical approach to anything he does. Annie Geard Business Analyst, Education Department Bill is committed to genuine long-term business relationships and possesses the insight and tenacity to actually make a difference. He is an excellent sounding board and is one of the few who will tell you what you don't want to hear along with all the things you do. Bill is also a passionate advocate for Tasmania and all its untapped potential and does whatever he can to take people along on the journey! Julie Henderson Manager, Cascades Female Factory Historic Site, Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority Bill, first and foremost I would say  is a man of vision and courage. He is open to consider new ways of thinking and the position of others, is entrepreneurial and proactive thus puts legs on his ideas - what a great mix! Debbie Fabian Project Manager / Educational Designer, University of Tasmania I think Bill is passionate about small business and wants to develop and improve the Tasmanian small business environment. Stefan Toepfer Founder, Group CEO & Chairman, Winweb Bill is a measured and intelligent thinker who generates ideas and energy with those he works with. Andrew McGowan, IPM Safety Bill is passionate about getting people to realise their potential and is an expert in what he does Sue Reeves Personal Assistant/Coach/Sales/Marketing, AltusQ New Zealand Limited Clearly, a business coach needs to know business and be an effective communicator. Cue Bill Aronson. One of the many gifts Bill has is the ability to see the big picture of a business or government enterprise and at the same time be able to focus on the small things, about business systems, about how people interact, that make an enterprise work, or not. He has amazing patience, with people, organisations and technology,  and a quiet determination to ensure that a process is understood and goals are accomplished. Des Walsh Business Coach, Des Walsh dot Com What an exceptional person Bill is! His knowledge of business, people, communication and community will ensure his input into your situation will create value. A very approachable and likable person passionate about giving ...
May 14, 2017 · 00:21:57
Welcome to the EATT Magazine podcast winner of the 2017 Cast Away Australian Podcast Awards most popular vote category in Lifestyle, Health and Wellness.   Click Here to Subscribe Get images for this podcast from iTunes https://eattmag.com/the-book-that-changed-my-flight/ Bill Aronson boarded his flight with a book in one hand and one in his mind. Underpinning the new book what a simple question What would happen if you could double your memory? Our flight is the very beginning of a story about a book that changed my flight and eventually my life. In this story, we meet Bill very early on in his quest to increase his memory and then to go on and help thousands and thousands of other people to do just that. Bill is a down to earth thought leader based in London and previously Tasmania. He has worked as an entrepreneur, business consultant, coach, teacher, author and mentor in the UK, India, New Zealand, US and Australia. He has served on the boards of the International Coach Federation of Australasia and the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce & Industry. He is a member of Mensa and the Rotary Club of London His work has been featured in Voyeur, The Mercury, The C method podcast and EATT magazine to name a few. As a direct result of his memory coaching Bill was appointed CEO of an international artificial intelligence company. (I think they thought I was smart, he says). A powerful memory boosts confidence, clarity and creativity FOR A LIMITED TIME ENROLL NOW FREE Discover free personalised memory coaching to double your memory Bill believes in the power of giving away your best stuff for free and now has three courses available on Udemy https://www.udemy.com/how-to-remember-every-password https://www.udemy.com/recallweekdays http://masteryourmemory.teachable.com/ A powerful memory boosts confidence, clarity and creativity. Discover free personalised memory coaching to double your memory. The following testimonials indicate what he is like to work with. Bill's 'Master Your Memory' course is so enlightening with instant practical gains to be enjoyed. Darryl Peebles Today I stood in front of a meeting and recited pi to 100 digits using the techniques Bill taught me. I recommend this course to anyone wanting to improve their memory using simple techniques. Mike Calder Bill has an engaging style and demonstrated expertise that helps those people he is mentoring quickly learn new skills. David Catchpole I really enjoyed how the individual methods were explained and now look forward to future practice to make further progress. I shall be recommending your services to others in time. Damien Taplin More details of Bill's work can be found here http://www.billaronson.com/ Bill's book is out now     Special thanks to jetstar for supporting the content of this podcast Jetstar branded carriers operate up to 4,200 flights a week to more than 85 destinations across Asia Pacific. The Jetstar Group carried more than 34 million passengers in financial year 2016. More details can be found on Jetstar.com  Thankyou for joining us on podcast number 67 : The book that changed my flight the beginning of this journey started here at number 37 : https://eattmag.com/the-travel-podcast/  and I would be grateful if you decide to join us so I will slow down in time for you to catch up with us now before we get to number 75. Eat well travel often Cullen /*
April 30, 2017 · 00:13:58
Join us in a huge thank you to all of our listeners Welcome to the EATT Magazine podcast winner of the 2017 Cast Away Australian Podcast Awards most popular vote category in Lifestyle, Health and Wellness. Thank you to all of our listeners.  Join us for a brief update on our next two new destinations and a huge thank you to all of our listeners as we leap forward into an exciting part of the journey. 37: Join Cullen on the travel podcast around the islands 38 : Download The Travel App with the festival of voices part 2 39 : Travel photography tips, techniques and tricks with EATT Magazine 40: Quick Photography podcast Tips with EATT Magazine 41 : The startup school podcast for young entrepreneurs 42: The Tasmanian Travel podcast at the Hobart Travel Information Centre 43: Part 1 of the Antarctic story from Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum Hobart, Tasmania 44: Part 2 of the Antarctic story from the Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum visit Hobart, Tasmania 45 : Part 3 of the Antarctic story from the Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum visit Hobart, Tasmania 46 : The whisky Podcast part 1 with Cullen at The Lark Distillery Cellar door Winner of The Australian Podcast Awards Castaway most popular vote category in Lifestyle, Health and Wellness EATT Magazine Podcast 47 : The whisky Podcast Part 2 with Mark Nicolson inside The Lark Distillery Cellar door 48 : The whisky podcast part 3 beyond the Cellar door after a wee dram or two 49 : The whisky podcast part 4 from behind the cellar door we open something special 50 : The whisky podcast part 5 with Anne of the Wolves from inside the cellar door 51 : The whisky podcast part 6 with a jig from Cullen and a Sláinte Mhath from Anne of the Wolves 52 : At 6am we make our way to the ferry on the Bruny island safari tour 53 : Arriving on Bruny island in Tasmania looking for wildlife 54 : Searching for the white Pademelon of Bruny Island 55 : Towards Cape Bruny Lighthouse on the Bruny island safari tour 56 : Bruny Island Premium Wines – Flavours from the far south 57 : Bruny Island Cheese and drinks at the Bruny Island Cheese Co 58 : Join us for a wee dram at the Tasmanian House of Whisky 59 : Insights from Ben at the lighthouse before leaving Bruny island 60 : Nutpatch Nougat secrets from a Tasmanian chocolate maker 61 : Coffee with the photographer from @LoveThyWalrus
April 12, 2017 · 00:14:06
Welcome to the EATT Magazine podcast winner of the 2017 Cast Away Australian Podcast Awards most popular vote category in Lifestyle, Health and Wellness. Details http://castawayawards.com.au/winners.html A link from iTunes to images in this podcast https://eattmag.com/salamanca-walk-tour-in-hobart/ Anthony (Tony) Hope runs the Salamanca walk a very flexible tour tailored to individual requests from Monday to Sunday alongside his working mate and tour guide Peter Lutz, the Manager of the Salamanca Walk tours. Tony has an interesting history and has also written about the history of Salamanca, in Hobart, Tasmania. His book A Quarry Speaks which is an illustrated history of Salamanca, Sullivans Cove and Battery Point now in its second edition. The book refers to the early colonial days including the convicts and early pioneering companies right up to the building of the Salamanca Square complex. Other books under Tony's belt include The Hope Factor covering some of the exploration and discoveries which led to mining operations including Bougainville in PNG and the Philippines. Again the book is highly illustrated. Short Stories from World War Two with chapters on men and women from eight different nationalities who were involved in WW 11. The majority of the people were met and interviewed by the author including Carlos Romulo who came to Australia with General Macarthur and Ayde Rockliffe who as a POW toiled on the Thai-Burma railway. His latest book includes Friends across the Ocean a presentation book written to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the Tasmania Fujian relationship. The book was presented by Tasmania’s Premier to the Secretary of Fujian in April 2016.   Showcasing Tasmania and the Connection to Fujian China due for publication in Mid 2017 with seventy articles from Tasmania and ten from Fujian, Chapters include government, history, arts/culture, energy, education, agriculture, seafood, tourism, wine, whisky, mining, forestry, research, Antarctica and the Chinese community. Tasmanian Senator Eric Abetz refers to the book as “not only timely but will be an important volume in the Library of Tasmanian history and China-Australia relations”. The books are also stocked in Hobart bookstores, particularly the Hobart Book Shop and Fullers Book Store.   Visitors on the Salamanca walk in Hobart, Tasmania All books can be obtained from the author at PO box 21, Battery Point, Tasmania 7004 or by emailing arhope(AT) ozemail.com.au More information on the tours can be made by emailing plutz(AT) netspace.net.au The post 65 : Finding Tony on the Salamanca walk tour in Hobart on the EATT Magazine podcast winner of the Australian Podcast Awards most popular vote category in Lifestyle, Health and Wellness appeared first on EATT Magazine Your Travel Podcast App.
March 29, 2017 · 00:17:38
The historic Carnegie Building is a fitting home to the Tasmania museum’s collection of ship models, artifacts, paintings, and images. Discover the craft and art of ship building through displays of boat builder’s tools and historic dinghies. Navigational instruments show how mariners found their way across the seas while archaeological discoveries from shipwrecks around the Tasmanian islands show how challenging, difficult and dangerous the seafarer’s life could be. The museum in Tasmania The Maritime Museum of Tasmania can be found on Hobart’s historic waterfront, opposite Constitution Dock, in the Carnegie Building at 16 Argyle Street. The museum is wheelchair accessible and in easy walking distance of most city centre accommodation, Salamanca Place, and Battery Point.  We are just a minute or two’s walk from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Tourist and Visitor Information Centre, the Metro city centre bus terminal and Hobart’s main shopping precinct. The museum has a gift shop specializing in nautically themed gifts and a book shop with a good selection of books of maritime and Tasmanian interest. The museum in Tasmania is unique in its content and collection. The Maritime Museum of Tasmania has a major traveling exhibition currently on show in our Carnegie Gallery – “War at Sea, The Navy in WW1”. This exhibition has been loaned by the Australian National Maritime Museum. The exhibition will be on display until 17 June 2017. Entry to the War at Sea exhibition is included with the normal entry fee to the museum. This traveling exhibition highlights the contribution the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) made in the Great War (1914-1918). It brings together rare artifacts and documents from Australian National Maritime Museum, the National Film and Sound Archives and the Australian War Memorial.   The histories and stories of the RAN and its sailors, less widely known than those of the soldiers at Gallipoli and the Western Front, are told through first-hand accounts from diaries and journals, objects, original film footage and interactive displays.  The RAN played a significant role in the war.  It served in all theaters of war from the waters of the Pacific and Indian Oceans through to the Mediterranean and North Seas.  The story of the RAN is told through the experiences of sailors – from the drudgery of patrolling and blockading to the intense battles between HMS Sydney and SMS Emden, as well as the incredible voyage of submarine AE2 through the Dardanelles Straits at Gallipoli. Opening Hours The museum is open every day (EXCEPT Good Friday and Christmas Day) from 9 am to 5 pm. We recommend allowing at least forty-five minutes for your visit, but you can stay all day. http://www.maritimetas.org/ The post 64 : Rex shares Tasmanians strong maritime heritage from the museum in Tasmania appeared first on EATT Magazine Your Travel Podcast App.
March 21, 2017 · 00:17:24
The Maritime Museum of Tasmania explores, preserves and interprets Tasmania's rich maritime past. The Maritime Museum of Tasmania's mission is to promote an understanding of the maritime heritage of Tasmania and its importance to people's lives through research, interpretation, and presentation of our maritime history to the community. As an island state, the sea is significant to all Tasmanians. The museum explores the influence of the sea on the lives of Tasmanians and the strong maritime heritage of the islands. You will find informative displays about aboriginal watercraft, early European explorers, and whalers. You can learn how important sailing and steam ships were for developing Tasmanian industries that exported the raw materials and products of the islands, such as apples, minerals, and timber.   History The Shiplovers' Society of Tasmania began lobbying for a nautical room at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery as long ago as 1931. But it was not until 1972 that a group of six enthusiasts established an independent maritime museum. They pooled their private collections and these, along with donations from the Shiplovers’ Society, form the core of our collection today. Public contributions and donations allow us to continue to add to these original displays. The first museum opened in 1974 in two rooms at the back of St George's Church in Battery Point. During 1983, the museum moved into historic Secheron House (1831), close to former Battery Point shipyards where many vessels have been built over the last two hundred years. In 1999, the museum took its first steps towards becoming a major community resource and attraction for the twenty-first century, moving to the Carnegie Building, nearer to the city’s business centre and close to Constitution Dock and Sullivans Cove, the heart of maritime Hobart. Queen Elizabeth II officially opened the redeveloped museum in March 2000. http://www.maritimetas.org/ Vote for the EATT Magazine podcast Simply click this link Vote for the EATT magazine podcast at the castaway awards  Hit the thumbs up Add your name email and create a password Look around for other podcasts you may like, like Silicon beach radio And give a thumbs up to any other podcasts you may like to support for The Australian podcast awards EATT Magazine releases its first online course Find out more about our first class in the link below EATT Magazine’s first online course Join Cullen Pope, the editor of EATT Magazine the online travel magazine. Find out why this creative, passionate photographer and podcaster wants to take you on a quick whirlwind tour on how easily you can record an interview, podcast, or a meeting for two so you to can capture your best ideas or that late night skillshare inspiration. You’ll learn: What readily available equipment is needed Fast and easy ways to record a conversation What app to use and how to upload recordings How to download it or post it online as a podcast Charge your smartphones — it’s time to start recording Note: Now updated for both iOS and Android devices plus windows or other phone brand users without the app access can use the Studio for Desktop download to record or live stream, integrate easily with Skype, and manage your episodes and drafts from their desktops. Requires Windows 7+ or OSX 10.8+. Equipment needed Rode Microphone Lav SC6 Dual TRRS input Smartphone headphones Android App to Record iOS App to Record iPhone or iPad TRRS Extension Cable Videos include Eyes wide open for your class outline and into the app store Finding the best recording app from this class Getting your content or interviews out there Keeping it simple Talking Points & Key Concepts
March 6, 2017 · 00:20:10
Join @LoveThyWalrus photographer Paul Fleming sharing more Instagram tips. Paul is a freelance digital and social media influencer within the travel and tourism industry. Based in Hobart, Tasmania, Paul combines his academic know-how from his UTas honours degree in Tourism with a flair for captivating travel and visual storytelling photography. Sharing places, stories and experiences via his social media channels, notably as @lovethywalrus on Instagram, Paul travels Australia and internationally working with tourism destinations and operators to showcase their unique products to his global audience. Our podcast covers more Instagram tips from the practical to the creative steps in Paul's photographic Instagram workflow, where the interview follows on from the comfort of the harbourside cafe where we are joined by an unexpected friend Samy. His primary passion is Tasmania and is well-regarded for his knowledge of the island and how to present the island to a global audience. www.lovethywalrus.com In 2016 Paul published his first book to showcase his island home of Tasmania, in his own unique style. ‘PAUSE: A Collection of Tasmanian Moments’ is a compilation of Paul's beautiful photos from around Tasmania, complemented by 'moments' of prose inspired by the images – which Paul wrote especially for PAUSE. Through the 32 soul-fueling pieces of creative original prose, Paul draws the reader in deeper to some of Tasmania’s incredible places; welcoming them into the stories and locations, beyond just being a viewer.  Bob Brown, retired Senator and leader of the Australian Greens party, contributed the foreword for PAUSE. Brown noted that “Paul conveys both the inextricable bond we have with our planet and our insignificance in Earth's grandeur”, and called Paul “a fine new talent”.  The Australian Arts Review said of PAUSE: “Fleming has successfully created a journal of thoughts that captures raw emotion represented through the Tasmanian landscape, and serves well as a lesson to how to re-invigorate landscape photography”. PAUSE is 80 pages of full-colour Tasmanian photography, with original prose, in hard back, and is available from pauldfleming.com/shop. https://www.pauldfleming.com/shop www.instagram.com/lovethywalrus www.twitter.com/lovethywalrus Vote for the EATT Magazine podcast Simply click this link Vote for the EATT magazine podcast at the castaway awards  Hit the thumbs up Add your name email and create a password Look around for other podcasts you may like, like Silicon beach radio And give a thumbs up to any other podcasts you may like to support for The Australian podcast awards EATT Magazine releases its first online course Find out more about our first class in the link below EATT Magazine's first online course Join Cullen Pope, the editor of EATT Magazine the online travel magazine. Find out why this creative, passionate photographer and podcaster wants to take you on a quick whirlwind tour on how easily you can record an interview, podcast, or a meeting for two so you to can capture your best ideas or that late night skillshare inspiration. You'll learn: What readily available equipment is needed Fast and easy ways to record a conversation What app to use and how to upload recordings How to download it or post it online as a podcast Charge your smartphones — it's time to start recording Note: Now updated for both iOS and Android devices plus windows or other phone brand users without the app access can use the Studio for Desktop download to record or live stream, integrate easily with Skype, and manage your episodes and drafts from their desktops. Requires Windows 7+ or OSX 10.8+. Equipment needed Rode Microphone Lav SC6 Dual TRRS input
Feb. 18, 2017 · 00:24:53
Join @LoveThyWalrus photographer Paul Fleming who is a freelance digital and social media influencer within the travel and tourism industry. Based in Hobart, Tasmania, Paul combines his academic know-how from his UTas honours degree in Tourism with a flair for captivating travel and visual storytelling photography. Sharing places, stories and experiences via his social media channels, notably as @lovethywalrus on Instagram, Paul travels Australia and internationally working with tourism destinations and operators to showcase their unique products to his global audience. His primary passion is Tasmania and is well-regarded for his knowledge of the island and how to present the island to a global audience. www.lovethywalrus.com https://www.pauldfleming.com/shop www.instagram.com/lovethywalrus www.twitter.com/lovethywalrus Images from by Paul Fleming   Vote for the EATT Magazine podcast Simply click this link below                                    Vote for the EATT magazine podcast at the castaway awards  Hit the thumbs up   Add your name email and create a password   Look around for other podcasts you may like, like Silicon beach radio   And give a thumbs up to any other podcasts you may like to support for The Australian podcast awards The post 61 : Coffee with the photographer from @LoveThyWalrus appeared first on EATT Magazine Your Travel Podcast App.
Feb. 15, 2017 · 00:10:24
Tasmanian chocolate maker Joe the chocolatier of Nutpatch Nougat shares a delicious story about his beautifully handmade chocolates John Zito specializes in fine handmade chocolates. Nutpatch Nougat is filled with a beautiful aroma of high-quality chocolate that is a pure product. Described by some as some of the best chocolate in Australia. We grab a few tips from the chocolate master maker himself on what to look for and what he likes in chocolate. Vote for the EATT magazine podcast now Simply click this link                                    Vote for the EATT magazine podcast at the castaway awards The hit the thumbs up         Images in this post are not of the chocolates from Nutpatch Nougat, as we wanted to keep some of the secrets in store for your visit there with the Bruny Island Safari. Chocolate is just one of the gourmet delights such as local berries, artisan cheese, oysters, smoked goods, and of course wine. Burn it all off with a stroll around some of Bruny Island’s most impressive sites, spotting a variety of amazing wildlife along the way. Included in our price are pick-up and drop-off at your accommodation, the round-trip ferry, entry to National Parks, Southernmost Australian Lighthouse tour and all delicious delights. There’s no better way to experience this beautiful Island! With national park fees and the lighthouse tour and ferry fares included its a trip to Bruny Island not to be missed.   Several of the tour guides for Bruny Island safaris live on Bruny Island and the remainder holiday there frequently, and Tasmanian chocolate can be a carefully crafted part of the day tour. Staff are carefully selected for their personality and willingness to share their stories with you. Company founder Craig Parsey has lived and worked on Bruny Island most of his life, with a great passion for the islands beauty and enjoys sharing his intimate knowledge of Bruny Island with you. Craig’s business partner Lelle has extensive experience in day tour operations and has helped to design one of Tasmania's best tour itineraries, filled with food, sights, and wildlife. For all booking inquiries and more on the Bruny island safari tour go to www.brunyislandsafaris.com www.brunyislandlighthousetours.com.au   The post 60 : Nutpatch Nougat secrets from a Tasmanian chocolate maker appeared first on EATT Magazine Your Travel Podcast App.
Jan. 31, 2017 · 00:06:59
Join us as we get a few last words from Ben at the majestic view of the island from the Cape Bruny Lighthouse Several of our tour guides live on Bruny Island and the remainder holiday there frequently. Our staff are carefully selected for their personality and willingness to share their stories with you. We all go out of our way to make your Tasmanian experience one to remember. Company founder Craig Parsey has lived and worked on Bruny Island most of his life, with a great passion for the islands beauty and enjoys sharing his intimate knowledge of Bruny Island with you. Craig’s business partner Lelle has extensive experience in day tour operations and has helped to design one of Tasmania's best tour itineraries, filled with food, sights and wildlife. For all booking enquires and more on the Bruny island safari tour go to www.brunyislandsafaris.com www.brunyislandlighthousetours.com.au  The post 59 : Insights from Ben at the lighthouse before leaving Bruny island appeared first on EATT Magazine Your Travel Podcast App.
Jan. 26, 2017 · 00:06:04
The Tasmanian House of Whisky has one of the most extensive known range of purely Tasmanian Single Malts and home to ‘Trappers Hut’ 15 year old, Limited Single Cask Release. For those who love Whisky, the Tasmanian House of Whisky is a very special place. and may not have the time to visit all of Tasmania’s distillery’s and independent bottlers, we represent all of these amazing award-winning single malts in one place. Enjoy with knowledgeable staff who For those who may not have the time to visit all of Tasmania’s distillery’s and independent bottlers, the Tasmanian House of Whisky represents all of these amazing award-winning single malts in one place.   “This is by far the best representation of the Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky Industry I have seen anywhere” – Bill Lark, November 2014 Specializing in: Whisky Tastings: Every whiskey is on tasting including Limited Releases, Special Editions, & rare Tasmanian Single Malts. Whisky Flights: Tempting the taste buds with four of the finest. Whisky & fine food matching: Pairing Tasmanians outstanding single malts with Bruny Island & Tasmanian gourmet foods. An intimate environment with an open fire, stunning waters views, Gourmet Platters & a Boutique Provedore. Situated 3 km's from the ferry terminal. More details can be found at http://tasmanianhouseofwhisky.com.au/whisky/ The post 58 : Join us for a wee dram at the Tasmanian House of Whisky appeared first on EATT Magazine Your Travel Podcast App.
Jan. 11, 2017 · 00:09:52
Join us at the Bruny Island Cheese Co for drinks and artisan cheeses Bruny Island Cheese Co. is an artisan cheese maker in southern Tasmania, owned and operated by Nick Haddow. Our cheeses are all made and matured using traditional techniques and are some of the finest artisan cheeses made in Australia. The cheeses Bruny Island Cheese Co. makes are very much the product of Nick’s travels and training throughout the great cheese producing regions of France, Italy, Spain and the UK. They are the cheeses he loves to make and eat.   Nick and his team are inspired by the artisan cheeses from their travels but they do not seek to copy them. Instead, Nick makes cheeses that are connected to their environment... cheeses with a distinctly Tasmanian character. Bruny Island Beer Co. Bruny Island Beer Co. makes hand crafted ales that are open-fermented, naturally bottle-conditioned and preservative- free. We are blessed to have some of the finest brewing ingredients in the world, right on our doorstep. We only ever use whole-cone hops grown in Australia’s oldest hop fields at Bushy Park, Tasmania. We select our grains from local farms and maltsters. We never filter or pasteurize our ales, so you can expect natural, living yeast sediment in the bottle. www.brunyislandcheese.com.au www.brunyislandbeer.com.au The post 57 : Bruny Island Cheese and drinks at the Bruny Island Cheese Co appeared first on EATT Magazine Your Travel Podcast App.
Dec. 27, 2016 · 00:10:45
Bruny Island Premium Wines stretch out carved gently from bush and pastureland on the outskirts of the sleepy little island settlement of Lunawanna on Bruny Island is Australia’s southernmost vineyard. Richard and Bernice Woolley bought the Wayaree Estate property in 1997. With the help of Bernice’s father, John Dillon, they established their vineyard the following year, planting 2500 Pinot Noir and 1500 Chardonnay vines. The vineyard is set on a gently sloping site with a sunny north-westerly aspect. In an ideal season, Tasmania’s calm, clear autumn days are perfect for the slow fruit-ripening conditions needed to create premium cool-climate wines. There’s a long tradition of fruit-growing in the Dillon family. Up to the 1950s, Bernice’s father, and grandfather had apple and pear orchards at Alonnah, one of the sparsely-populated island’s few settlements. But the story goes back even further – Bernice is a direct descendant of one of Bruny’s first settlers, who arrived at Coal Point in Adventure Bay in 1878. And the history of horticulture on Bruny reaches a further 100 years into the past because it was on this scenic island off Tasmania’s southeast coast that Australia’s first apple trees and grape vines were planted in 1778 by Captain William Bligh. He was one of the many European navigators who sheltered in Adventure Bay on their great voyages of discovery from the mid-1600s to the early 1800s. (The Bay is named for the ship Adventure, commanded by Tobias Furneaux, second-in-command of James Cook’s 1772 expedition). Richard and Bernice have recently extended the Bruny Island Premium Wines vineyard, which now has 6000 vines. The two-hectare block is well-protected by an encircling electric fence – the wallabies and possums around Lunawanna love the Woolleys’ grapes almost as much as the growing numbers of people who have discovered the wonderful cool-climate wines that are grown, made and bottled by hand on the estate. Bruny Island Premium Wines is a genuine family affair. Apart from Bernice and Richard’s hands-on approach – they’re involved in everything from pruning to labeling – other family members are also involved. The beautiful and unique labels of their wines are taken from original oil paintings of Bruny scenes by Bernice’s mother, Ruth Dillon (the Unwooded Chardonnay label shows Coal Point); while the graphic design is the work of Bernice’s cousin Kylie Stokely. The Woolleys opened their cellar door in 2007. It features timber from the original vineyard site, and offers tastings and sales. The cellar door is open most days from 11 am to 5 pm. Richard and Bernice welcome appointments and group bookings. If there’s no-one behind the counter when you call, just press the bell, because they won’t be far away – in a family-run vineyard, there’s always something to do! http://www.brunyislandwine.com/ www.brunyislandlighthousetours.com.au  Start your journey here 37: Join Cullen on the travel podcast around the islands 38 : Download The Travel App with the festival of voices part 2 39 : Travel photography tips, techniques and tricks with EATT Magazine 40: Quick Photography podcast Tips with EATT Magazine 41 : The startup school podcast for young entrepreneurs 42: The Tasmanian Travel podcast at the Hobart Travel Information Centre 43: Part 1 of the Antarctic story from Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum Hobart, Tasmania 44: Part 2 of the Antarctic story from the Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum visit Hobart, Tasmania 45 : Part 3 of the Antarctic story from the Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum visit Hobart, Tasmania 46 : The whisky Podcast part 1 with Cullen at The Lark Distillery Cellar door 47 : The whisky Podcast Part 2 with Mark Nicolson inside The Lark Distillery Cellar door 48 : The whisky podcast part 3 beyond the Cellar door after a wee dram or two
Dec. 19, 2016 · 00:20:09
Join us as we head towards Cape Bruny historic Lighthouse built in 1836 lighthouse towers 114m over cliff tops dramatically towering above the rugged coastline of Cape Bruny. The sweeping southern views to the wild Tasman Sea, small islands, and the incredible vastness at every point give great opportunity's  to photograph the ocean swells, or for those lucky enough catch a glimpse of the migrating whales, or sight a wedge Tailed Eagle gliding close to the tower. Join us on the leading island safari tour of our gorgeous Bruny Island. With our lunch included plus tasting some of the gourmet delights such as local berries, artisan cheese, oysters, smoked goods, wine, and chocolate. Burn it all off with a stroll around some of Bruny Island’s most impressive sites, spotting a variety of amazing wildlife along the way. Included in our price are pick-up and drop-off at your accommodation, the round-trip ferry, entry to National Parks, Included in our price are pick-up and drop-off at your accommodation, the round-trip ferry, entry to National Parks, Southern most Australian Lighthouse tour and all delicious delights. There’s no better way to experience this beautiful Island! With national park fees and the lighthouse tour and ferry fares included its a trip to Bruny Island not to be missed. Several of our tour guides live on Bruny Island and the remainder holiday there frequently. Our staff are carefully selected for their personality and willingness to share their stories with you. We all go out of our way to make your Tasmanian experience one to remember. Company founder Craig Parsey has lived and worked on Bruny Island most of his life, with a great passion for the islands beauty and enjoys sharing his intimate knowledge of Bruny Island with you. Craig's business partner Lelle has extensive experience in day tour operations and has helped to design one of Tasmania's best tour itineraries, filled with food, sights, and wildlife. For all booking enquires and more on the Bruny island safari tour go to www.brunyislandsafaris.com www.brunyislandlighthousetours.com.au    The post 55 : Towards Cape Bruny Lighthouse on the Bruny island safari tour appeared first on EATT Magazine Your Travel Podcast App.