Bon Bons Confectionery
Bon Bons Confectionery is located at 82 Brisbane St. Serves Desserts. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$7 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Bonnet Island Experience - The
The Bonnet Island Experience visits a tiny island at Macquarie Harbour on Tasmania's west coast. Experience this exclusive fully-guided tour involving a maximum of only ten guests. Cruising in comfort from Strahan, you will arrive ashore on Bonnet Island just before dusk and enjoy local gourmet specialities. Your knowledgeable guide will share astonishing tales about the harsh conditions on the island and tell stories of shipwrecks, rescues, storms and survival. You will visit the historic lighthouse, and learn how the lighthouse keepers lived and worked, guiding the ships into the harbour. The island is also home to a thriving colony of little penguins and short-tailed shearwaters. These amazing birds spend their days fishing at sea in all conditions, returning each evening at dusk, to their burrows on the island. Observing this phenomenon from close quarters is at the heart of The Bonnet Island Experience - a memorable and intimate encounter. After watching the seabirds come ashore - shearwaters from the air, penguins from the sea - cruise back to Strahan, concluding a fascinating experience highlighting the native wildlife and human heritage of Tasmania's west coast. The Bonnet Island Experience departs from Strahan, a three-and-a-half-hour drive (275 km) from Launceston.
Bonorong's Tarkine Trails
Take a step back in time with Tarkine Trails and experience the raw beauty of the largest cool temperate rainforest in the southern hemisphere, the Tarkine. By meandering through this ancient rainforest, full of cathedral-like groves with mosses and fungi carpeting the forest floor, you’ll discover why their guests have “life-altering” experiences in this “untouched paradise”. Spend your evenings accompanied by views of the deeply forested valley whilst indulging in some fine local produce; the perfect way to end each day of total forest immersion. Their four-day Tarkine Rainforest Walk departs every Friday (dependant on numbers), from October until April (inclusive) every year. Where they pick up and drop off from all accommodation providers within the Launceston central business district. Tarkine Trails also offers some specialised tours, these include photography workshops and yoga experiences. For more information on these tours please contact them via email or phone.
Born in Brunswick
Born in Brunswick is located at 410 Elizabeth Street North Hobart, Tasmania. It is rated 4.1 by 23 Zomato users. Serves Australian, Cafe Food. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Bossimis is located at 55main St. It is rated 2.9 by 4 Zomato users. Serves Cafe Food. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$7 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Botanical Gardens Restaurant
Botanical Gardens Restaurant is located at Queens Domain, Hobart. It is rated 3.1 by 15 Zomato users. Serves Modern Australian, Cafe Food. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$20 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Boutique Espresso is located at 162 Macquarie St, Hobart. It is rated 3.3 by 8 Zomato users. Serves Coffee and Tea, Cafe Food. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$7 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Boutique Wine Tours Tasmania
Boutique Wine Tours Tasmania offers quality, intimate, day tours to Tasmania's unique cool climate vineyards in the Coal Valley and southern Tasmania. What sets us apart, is the great relationships we have developed with cellar door staff, the vineyard owners and the cheese producers over several years of successful operation. We love what we do, and so do the people you meet on tour, all who have great stories to tell. Not only do we taste great wines, but on all our Richmond week day tours we serve delicious premium Tasmanian produce platters. We take it one step further for guests on our Huon tour where we dine at the award winning Home Hill Winery Restaurant. We believe that quality tasting experiences verses quantity gives you the time to experience the beautiful surrounds, whilst sipping on premium Tasmanian cool climate wines. All tours depart from the Tasmanian Travel and Information centre, located on the corner of Davey and Elizabeth Street, Hobart.
Brady's Tavern `
Brady's Tavern ` is located at 1 Bridge Road, Launceston, Tasmania. Serves Pub Food. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$70 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Breadd - Hobart
Breadd is located at 48 Murray Street, Hobart, Tasmania. This restaurant is yet to be rated by Zomato users. Serves Turkish, Bakery, Middle Eastern, Cafe Food. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Geeveston Visitor Centre
The Geeveston Visitor Centre, located in the impressive red brick building in the centre of town was the former Town Hall built in 1914. Open 7 days a week, knowledgeable and friendly staff provide up to date travel information, itineraries, tour suggestions and a free booking service for Geeveston, the Huon Valley, the Far South and other regions around Tasmania. Geeveston is known as the gateway to the southern forests and the Hartz Mountains National Park, the centre is a booking agent for Tasmanian National Parks passes and also provides information on walks within the region. The Geeveston Visitor Centre contains a providore with local food, wines and ciders, a gift shop with souvenirs, books, maps and artwork by local artisans. Visitors can view a working wood turner located within the centre. Museum located on the mezzanine floor contains local history and artifacts, particularly machinery associated with the timber industry. Visitors can also learn about the Australia's biggest trees that are located close to the township of Geeveston, purchase products from the beautiful native timbers of Tasmania and view an impressive two-thousand-year-old cross section of a Huon Pine tree. Awesome playground and platypus walk is located in adjacent Heritage Park.
George Town to Low Head Kanamaluka Walking and Cycling Trail
The George Town to Low Head Kanamaluka Walking and Cycling Trail follows the Tamar River. Suitable for walkers, runners and cyclists, this free and easily accessible trail was opened in 2011 and was designed to be used by people of all abilities. It is six kilometres in length and begins at York Cove in George Town. Cycling is one of the most enjoyable ways to experience the trail, and bicycle hire is available from the George Town Visitor Information Centre for use on the trail and around the George Town area. The Kanamaluka trail links together key historical sites and areas of natural beauty and wildlife interest, such as Lagoon Bay, York Cove, Windmill Point and the Low Head Pilot Station. You will learn lots along the way about Tasmanian wildlife, colonial and convict history and how Tasmania communicates with the rest of the world. Did you know that where the Tamar River meets Bass Strait, is one of the deepest points of the entire Bass Strait? This makes it popular for shipping and also highly rich in biodiversity, providing you with plenty to see whether it be marine vessels or wildlife.
The gallery is conveniently located within minutes of Launceston airport and only a short drive to the centre of Launceston. Situated within a working hot glass studio the gallery represents the most extensive and diverse range of handmade glass in Tasmania. You are welcome to visit the gallery, meet the artists and gain an insight into the wonders of glass-making. Located in Tasmania's most iconic and interesting buildings of industrial heritage, Glass Manifesto asks that you dress warmly for winter visits.
Gone Rustic Studio and Gallery
As a designer, artist and passionate upcycler, my underlying philosophy is to create products and source materials as ethically as I can. I find and reinvent vintage and preloved clothing, fabrics and other materials with natural dyes and deconstruction techniques, allowing them to inspire my work. Materials for eco dyeing are foraged from our own property, where I can manage the trees and plants respectfully. My business is based in north-eastern Tasmania, Australia; this is where I display and sell my work, host exhibitions, and run workshops.
Gordon River - The
The dark waters of the Gordon flow through the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area before entering Macquarie Harbour. Cruise boats from Strahan explore several kilometres of the river's wide calm lower reaches with their often perfect reflections of riverside rainforest. Disembark at Heritage Landing and follow a short boardwalk track to see ancient Huon pines, several thousand years old.
Grandlee Cottage, housed in a charming 1891 heritage building is like stepping back in time. Beautifully presented and packaged natural products with many to choose from, along with hand poured beeswax candles are just some of the wonderful things. You will be amazed at the old world charm of gifts on offer. With a little bit of country, rustic and a drop of French shabby chic, you can create a style that suits any home. Whether looking for a Tasmanian souvenir or that gift for someone special, you will marvel at what this shop has to offer, all in a very relaxing atmosphere. Inspired by the wilderness, wonderful aromas from all the many things will delight your senses taking you on a journey of days gone by. A truly uniquely Tasmanian experience, right in the heart of Latrobe. A shop with ambience to captivate you. Make this a must visit destination while in Latrobe.
Grandvewe Sheep Cheesery
Grandvewe Sheep Farm Cheesery sits in the lush Huon Valley south of Peppermint Bay. Discover Tasmania's only Sheep Milk Cheesery, where you can meet the sheep, taste up to 15 different cheeses and enjoy a wine while viewing the whole process of cheese making and maturing. From September to March you can see sheep milking demonstrations daily from 3.30pm. Children are welcome to feed and pat the lambs throughout summer. While visiting, why not check out the café restaurant where you can enjoy various seasonal dishes and platters - incorporating our famous cheeses and farm grown smallgoods - on the deck overlooking the spectacular D'Entrecasteaux Channel. The Cheesery also offers wonderful homemade gourmet delights to take home and enjoy with your cheese. Now onsite we also have the worlds first Sheep Whey Distillery. We make Vodka, Gin and Oaked Vodka similar to a whisky. Our vodka just won Worlds Best Vodka at the World Vodka awards in London 2018.
Established in the 1990’s, Greenoaks Gallery in Launceston was a unique and much loved neighbourhood gallery for many years. More recently it became a private residence. We have now renovated the building, enhancing its delightful original features and reopened using the same name. We aim to bring the same unique appeal and personal touch to the gallery as it enjoyed in its past. The gallery features the work of our resident artist, Dan Villiers, who works in a wide variety of styles and mediums. Pastel, watercolour, acrylic, drawing and encaustic painting are some of the mediums. Dan paints scenery, flora and fauna from the region in and around Launceston and Northern Tasmania. When you visit he will gladly talk to you about his work and how he created specific pieces. We are on the picturesque park at St Georges Square. Locals enjoy strolling and picnicing in the shady green park. Cafes and specialty stores can be found on the park and in neighbouring streets. Ample parking is available right by the gallery.
Grindelwald Swiss Village (Attraction)
Grindelwald is a 15-minute drive north of Launceston (15 km) in the Tamar Valley. The Swiss-themed Tamar Valley Resort at Grindelwald includes a range of activities including, a shopping arcade, news and gift store, clothing store, hairdresser, day spa, golf pro shop, chocolate cafe, you can test your skill at the 18-hole mini-golf course, or play a round on the ten-hole public golf course, paddle boat hire and canoeing on the lake, and then have a jump on the world's longest bouncing pillow available for children. If you are feeling hungry you can go for a meal or snack at the lakeside Alpenrose Bistro. The Tamar Valley Resort also has many accommodation options include the Grand Chateau Hotel and self-contained family chalets. The Tamar Valley Resort is located in the Swiss-style village of Grindelwald, Northern Tasmania. The village of Grindelwald was established in the 1980s as a unique residential development. All houses in Grindelwald have been built in Swiss style, with wide eaves, flowerboxes, window shutters and balconies. The settlement is fringed with glassy lakes and views of the Tamar Valley.
Guide Falls Farm
Welcome to Guide Falls Farm. Nestled just above the gorgeous Guide Falls on the North West Coast of Tasmania is where you will find Guide Falls Farm. Set on a large acreage, come along and wander through the native gardens and feed the growing family of animals. Bring the family and your friends and come for a tour of the animal park. Buy a bucket of feed and hand feed Edward the emu, Andy the horse, as well as goats, rabbits, pigs, sheep, peacocks, deer, chickens and alpaca (just to name a few). We have giant rainbow trout in our trout ponds which feed like piranha! The kids will love our baby animal nursery. You can also bring a picnic and enjoy an afternoon in the sun. We host regular food and music events and sell farm fresh produce direct from our farm shop. Please see our website or facebook page for current opening times. We look forward to welcoming you onto the farm soon.