Delicious Dining Experiences In Tasmania!

Tasmania is famous for beautiful scenery, fresh air and snow in summertime!

One of the most fun things to do whilst visiting Tasmania is to indulge in fabulous food and really enjoy the taste of fresh produce that is so readily available. Hiring a car is the most practical way to get around Tasmania, in just a few hours you can easy get from place to place.

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When planning a stay in Hobart, it is always a good idea to make sure you include a Saturday. The Salamanca Markets are only on this day, and here you get to experience the freshest of food and can buy beautifully made handcrafts and gifts for all your friends back home.

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Hobart has an abundance of cafes and restaurants for you to enjoy, but if you love a sweet treat then make sure you head to Sweet Envy which has a reputation of the sweetest kind. Choose from a variety of cakes, tarts, candies and real ice cream.

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Food always tastes better when there is a great view for your eyes to feast on. Drift Café Restaurant lets you enjoy a snack or fine dining with a full view of the ocean. Located in Devonport, you might even get to watch the Spirit Of Tasmania cruise on in. Bean bags are one of the outdoor seating options so you can snack comfortably.

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It’s not everyday you can visit an oyster farm and indulge on these sweet little creatures. Include a visit to Barilla Bay at Cambridge and you can do both. Gorgeous views, a superb menu featuring oysters in a variety of different ways and a gift shop to grab a unique pressie or two certainly makes this worthy of your to-do list.

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Who can say no to handmade chocolates? Why not try one of the best made locally in Tasmania with a visit to The Cat’s Tongue in Huonville. In addition to a vast selection of chocolatey treats, you can also have breakfast or lunch in the café.

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Hallam’s Waterfront Restaurant in Launceston prides itself on creating delicious food with total focus on local produce. Whilst dining on yummy food and sipping a lovely glass of wine, enjoy the view of the yachts streaming in and out of the inlet and catch a glimpse of Cataract Gorge all at the same time.

Unlike the mainland of Australia where most food establishments open 7 days a week, it is still common practice in Tasmania to close on some days. When planning your itinerary please check the opening days and times and if possible make a reservation where applicable so you don’t travel to a certain destination only to be disappointed.

For a beautiful new swimsuit or resort fashion for your holiday, please call in to one of our stockists and say hello.

Bra-Vo Lingerie Boutique – Hub Arcade, Rook Street, Devonport.

Capri Launceston – 89 St John Street, Launceston.

 

 

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