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Pier One Restaurant and Bar, Wrest Point Hobart
This was one of the best dinners I had in Tassie (Tasmania). Pier One Restaurant and Bar is located within Wrest Point hotel, one of the iconic hotels in Hobart.
Australia’s first casino, Wrest Point overlooks Hobart’s harbour and is a popular waterside venue for entertainment and dining. Refurbished rooms and suites are styled with natural timber; the gaming rooms break with tradition and feature windows with river views; and other facilities include the tower-top The Point Restaurant, dining in Pier One overlooking the …
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Lark Distillery Tasmania Single Malt Whisky
If you are a single malt whisky lover, you must visit this place when you are in Hobart Tasmania. Located at 14 Davey Street, Hobart , Lark Distillery was the first licensed distillery in Tasmania since 1839. It was established in 1992 to produce Australian malt whisky, rich in character with a big finish using Tasmanian ingredients.
I never visited any Australian malt whiskey companies before so it was interesting to know there is a hidden gem in Tasmania. In a proud country of wine producing, …
Tasmania 2012 Travelogue Day Four: Salamanca Market, Sorell Fruit Farm, AWU Delicious Food, Mako Seafood at Constitution Dock, Sweet Envy, Lark Distillery and Pier One Restaurant
What to do in Hobart on a weekend’s morning? The answer is direct and simple, Salamanca Market. The is not the common market in your neighbourhood.
Set between graceful plane trees and mellow sandstone warehouses, Hobart’s market attracts thousands each Saturday with its food, music, arts and crafts, collectables, books, curios, clothing and jewellery. Salamanca Place’s two street blocks are packed with stalls, and the …
Tasmania 2012 Travelogue Day Three: Honey Farm, Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Company, Ross, Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and Wrest Point
The third starts with a drive to Chudleigh for the honey farm. Tasmanian honey farm is slightly different than the ones you visited as their honey is not just for consumptions, it is made for other purposes too.
The Honey Farm provides an exciting way to see honeybees up close from behind the safety of glass. You can see how thousands of bees produce honey, watch the queen lay her eggs, and …
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Tasmania 2012 Travelogue Day Two: Ashgrove Farm Cheese, House of Anvers Chocolate Factory, Sheffield, Cradle Mountain Lodge, Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park, Cradle Mountain Chateau
The second day starts with a trip for cheese tasting. The cheese tasting is at Ashgrove Farm Cheese. It was a brisk drive from Launceston to Elizabeth Town.
Ashgrove Farm Cheese
Superb traditional English country cheeses, such as Cheddar and Lancashire, are produced by a family that lives close to the land, at the Ashgrove property, near Deloraine. Cheesemaker Jane Bennett honed her skills in …
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Tasmania 2012 Travelogue Day One: Cataract Gorge Reserve, Basin Café, Country Club Tasmania
It was my first time traveling to Tasmania, one of the most beautiful places to travel in Australia. It was a full six days of traveling in Tassie (short form of Tasmania) and it will be an exciting trip. I was in Tassie on March, one of the best times in terms of weather and climate.
After more than 10 hours of flying from Kuala Lumpur, I reach Launceston Tasmania including stops at Singapore and Melbourne. I was joined …
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Lunch at Cradle Mountain Lodge
Set in near the Craddle Mountain, the Cradle Mountain Lodge is a beautiful place to stay and to dine. During my media trip to Tasmania last year, I had lunch at Cradle Mountain Lodge with my media friends.
It was not the best day as it was raining cats and dogs in Cradle Mountain. We missed the peak of the Cradle Mountain thanks to the bad weather.
However, we soon forgot about it as we had a fabulous lunch at Cradle Mountain Lodge. The restaurant in Cradle Mountain …
Country Club Tasmania Review Launceston
The first resort I stayed in Tasmania is the Country Club Tasmania. It is one of the most popular resorts in Launceston Tasmania, more popular for it golf course.
It is a country retreat on 145 hectares, Country Club Resort is located in bushland about 10 minutes from the centre of Launceston. Activities include golf on an 18-hole championship course, walking, wildlife-spotting, tennis, squash and horse-riding. Facilities include a boutique casino, licensed restaurants and bar, an indoor pool, gym, sauna and spa. Accommodation choices range from rooms …
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House of Anvers Chocolate Factory Latrobe Tasmania
There is one chocolate factory in Tasmania that you must include in your itinerary. It is called the House of Anvers Chocolate Factory and it is located in Latrobe.
House of Anvers Chocolate Factory in Latrobe.
Anvers confectionery was established as a cottage industry in November 1989, by Igor Van Gerwen, who came to Australia from Belgium. Well, I met Igor and he was a humorous man saying that he used his chocolate skill to win the heart of his wife.
Igor and Cecilia from Hong Kong.
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Ashgrove Cheese Farm Elizabeth Town Tasmania
Staying in Australia for a year and also a few more visits to Down Under, I never actually visited a Cheese Farm before, how embarrassing! I was invited to visit Charles Sturt University cheese factory by my university pals during my studies there but it didn’t happen and it was only recently I visited a cheese farm for the first time in Australia.
This is where the cheese came from. The farm is located beside the Ashgrove Cheese Farm.
Along the Bass highway of Elizabeth Town, Tasmania …
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Wineglass and Coles Bay Lookout, Freycinet Peninsula Tasmania
You have seen it on postcards and when you plan to travel to Tasmania, this is the place you don’t want to miss. It is the Wineglass Bay, a beautiful bay formed by nature onto a wineglass shape and also the Coles Bay both on Freycinet Peninsula. You can view it by air or hiking to Wineglass Bay Lookout Point and Coles Bay Lookout Point! Coles Bay Lookout Point is just under the Wineglass Bay Lookout Point and you won’t miss it.
For the …
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