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41 Degrees South Tasmania

41 Degrees South is a salmon farm, wetland and ginseng plantation near Deloraine, Tasmania. The Farm is a family-owned business focusing on ecologically sustainable aquaculture. Located in native bushland, the farm grows salmon in natural conditions, without chemicals or antibiotics, using environmentally sustainable practices. 41 Degrees South also has an organic ginseng plantation, and is[…] Read More

Alexandria Bed and Breakfast / Function Venue

Alexandria is a gracious Federation style home built in 1905 on the banks of the Inglis River 1.5 km from the Town Centre of Wynyard and Burnie Airport, in North West Tasmania offering services of High Teas, Lunches and Garden Parties for small groups situated on a historic piece of land dating back to the[…] Read More

Anvers Chocolate Factory

The Anvers Chocolate Factory at Latrobe in Tasmania’s North is a chocolate lovers’ heaven. Hand-made chocolate truffles, chocolate oranges, fudge and pralines, using fresh Tasmanian cream and butter, single origin chocolate, fruits, nuts and liqueurs. Igor Van Gerwen, the owner and head chocolatier, acquired his know-how from his birthplace, Belgium. A selection of tasters are[…] Read More

Bistro Camille

A bistro is, in its original Parisian incarnation, a small restaurant, serving moderately priced produce-driven meals in a relaxed, comfortable setting. Based in Devonport, Tasmania, Bistro Camille brings this philosophy to life using Tasmania’s world class produce. Camille’s Restaurant menu is written and prepared by Executive Chef Fabien Lefrancois who, having cooked and trained across[…] Read More

Bushman’s

A focus on local produce, including Petuna salmon, Spring Bay scallops and Sassafras lamb, is the defining feature of the menu at Strahan’s best restaurant. Lunch is a laid-back affair featuring homemade pies, salads, pasta dishes and burgers. Dinner is a more sophisticated proposition, featuring dishes such as slow-cooked pork belly, paillard of salmon and[…] Read More

Cheese Shop at Makers’ Workshop Burnie – The

The Cheese Shop in Makers’ Workshop offers exquisite dairy products for tastings and purchase, manufactured at Burnie’s state of the art specialty facility operated by Lion. The Heritage manufacturing hub is the largest in the southern hemisphere. A wide selection of locally made specialty cheese is available. Cheese experts are on hand and can offer[…] Read More

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Cafe

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Café, at Elizabeth Town, is a 30-minute drive from Devonport and 45-minute drive from the Launceston Airport. The Cafe is just off the Bass Highway on the road to Cradle Mountain and a member of the new and exciting Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail. Whether its a three course meal, glass[…] Read More

Fudge’n’Good Coffee

Fudge’n’Good Coffee is a boutique cafe and specialty fudge store that offers the ultimate indulgent experience. We offer a large range of fresh gourmet Fudge and top quality barista-made coffee. We give our visitors a complete experience; including free wifi, luxurious Victorian period decor, monthly art exhibitions and even an interactive Fudge robot! We make[…] Read More

Ghost Rock Tasmania

Ghost Rock Wines Tasmania is a family owned winery, located on the beautiful coastline of Northern Tasmania, just 15 minutes from Devonport/Spirit of Tasmania terminal and one hour from Launceston and Cradle Mountain. Ghost Rock’s Award Winning Cellar Door and Eatery overlook their vineyards, with striking views of the ocean, rolling patchwork hills and mountains.[…] Read More

Hellyers Road Distillery

Australia’s largest boutique whisky distillery is located in Burnie, an easy 30-minute drive from Devonport’s Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal. The Visitor Centre is open daily from 1000 to 1630, (except public holidays), offering a superb cafe with breathtaking views over some of the nation’s best pastoral lands and the beautiful Emu Valley precinct. Visitors[…] Read More