May 31, 2023

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Tasmania 2012 Travelogue Day Six: Kate’s Berry Farm, Barilla Bay Oysters, Tas Live Abalone, The Deep and Burger Got Soul

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Tasmania 2012 Travelogue Day Six: Kate’s Berry Farm, Barilla Bay Oysters, Tas Live Abalone, The Deep and Burger Got Soul

It is consider my last day in Tasmania as I will be leaving to Sydney on the next morning. Well, there will be another 3 Days 2 Nights Sydney Travelogue (coming soon). This was an emotional day for me as I will be parted with my friends from China, Hong Kong and Singapore. I am also humbled by the guys from Beijing who treated me like a buddy as we had a great drinking session a night earlier.

To start of the day, I travelled to the town of Swansea for Kate’s Berry Farm. It is located near our resort and it took us around 20 min drive to reach this beautiful farm.

Kate’s Berry Farm

Now, there is one farm you not miss if you are in the region of Freycinet. Kate’s Berry Farm is located at Swansea just a couple of kilometres from Freycinet Lodge.

It is not a huge commercial farm you would expect but a farm filled with passion and joy. With the beautiful landscape of the Tasmania’s East coast, you can shop for their fresh fruits or enjoy a cuppa of coffee with their homemade desserts. Either, you enjoy your time there!


Kate’s Berry Farm Address and Contact:

12 Addison Street

Swansea – 3 km south of the Swansea township in the heart of

Tasmania’s East Coast.

Ph: + 61 3 62578 428


Barilla Bay Oysters

Barilla Bay Oysters is one of the largest Tasmanian producers of Pacific oysters, harvesting daily for restaurants and fishmongers throughout Australia. The oysters also find their way, in specially-designed travel packs, to Asia, the United Kingdom and Europe. The Forrest family has been growing oysters in pristine Barilla Bay since 1980 and the location, near Hobart Airport, makes it a convenient stop-over for picnic packs or an oyster-tasting. The contemporary restaurant showcases Barilla Bay oysters and other fine Tasmanian produce.

The beauty of visiting Barilla Bay Oysters is you can dine in their restaurant for their fresh oysters. You don’t just visit the farm but get to taste them as well. Trust me you won’t be disappointed.

Read: Barilla Bay Oysters


Barilla Bay Oysters Address:

1388 Tasman Highway, Hobart, Tasmania 7170

Phone: 6248 5458


Tas Live Abalone

Tas Live Abalone has been involved in the Tasmanian abalone industry since 1988, offering all forms of abalone – live, frozen, dried and canned. Today with a state-of-the-art factory in Mornington, Tas Live Abalone uses specially-designed holding tanks to keep the abalone living in an optimal environment before processing or shipping. Tas Live Abalone believes that top quality abalone products can only come from top quality live abalone.

Read: Tas Live Abalone


Tas Live Abalone Address:

17 McIntyre St, Hobart, Tasmania 7018

Phone: 6244 2933


Desserts at The Deep, Constitution Dock, Hobart, Tasmania

If you have a sweet tooth and looking for a decent place for desserts then you should go to the Constitution Dock. Even though the place is popular with fresh seafood but the desserts there were equally good. For good desserts, you can visit The Deep at Constitution Dock.

Read: Desserts at The Deep, Constitution Dock, Hobart, Tasmania

Read also: Bob Cat The Sea Shepherd Conservation Organization Vessel at Constitution Dock, Tasmania

Dinner at Burger Got Soul Hobart Tasmania

There is one burger restaurant in Hobart you shall not be missed. I am talking about Burger Got Soul in Hobart. Fresh and homemade burgers down to the bread, expect only the best from this burger restaurant.

If you are a meat person or even a vegetarian, Burger Got Soul has the right burgers for you. Look out also for their promotions and “specials” as you won’t be disappointed.


Read: Burger Got Soul Hobart Tasmania

Burger Got Soul Hobart Tasmania Address, Tel and Contact:

160, Sandy Bay Road,

Dynnyrne TAS 7005

Open 7 days a week, 11am – 9pm
Phone:  6223 5559


This is the end of the six days travelogue of Tasmania. It is one of the best Australia trips ever. Thank you Tourism Australia and Tourism Tasmania for media trip, it is memorable and unforgettable! Love Tasmania!

Read the Tasmania 2012 7D 6N Travelogue below:

Tasmania 2012 Travelogue Day One: Cataract Gorge Reserve, Basin Café, Country Club Tasmania 

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 

Tasmania 2012 Travelogue Day Three: Honey Farm, Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Company, Ross, Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and Wrest Point 

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 

Tasmania 2012 Travelogue Day Five: Richmond, Freycinet National Park, Freycinet Lodge and Wineglass Bay Walks 

Tasmania 2012 Travelogue Day Six: Kate’s Berry Farm, Barilla Bay Oysters, Tas Live Abalone, The Deep and Burger Got Soul



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