Charcoal is located at 154 Collins Sreett, Hobart, Hobart, Tasmania. It is rated 3.5 by 31 Zomato users. Serves Tapas. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$30 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Charcoal Fire Indian and Persian Restaurant
Charcoal Fire Indian and Persian Restaurant is located at 313, Wellington Street, South Launceston. It is rated 2.9 by 27 Zomato users. Serves Indian, Middle Eastern, Afghan. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$7 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Charles Reuben Estate
Charles Reuben Estate Vineyard, Lavender Farm and accommodation is located at Tea Tree in Tasmania's Coal River Valley wine region. Tea Tree is a five-minute drive north-west of Richmond (8 km) and a 30-minute drive north of Hobart (35 km). Established in 1990, the four-hectare/ten acre Charles Reuben Estate has plantings of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling in addition to other Bordeaux varieties. In September 2014, renovations of the 'Pinot Cottage' concluded and it is now available as tourist accommodation. The 'Pinot Cottage' is a secluded self contained weather board cottage on the vineyard with two bedrooms, full European kitchen, spa and wood fire. Since 2015 Charles Reuben Estate also grows high quality Lavender varieties for oil production and culinary use.
Chatterbox is located at 335 Elizabeth Street. It is rated 3.7 by 25 Zomato users. Serves Asian, Chinese, Malaysian. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$7 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Cheeky Little Place
Cheeky Little Place is located at 38 Burnett St. It is rated 3.4 by 8 Zomato users. Serves Breakfast, Coffee and Tea. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$7 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
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 tastings to assist you with your purchase of premium award winning brands including Mersey Valley, Heidi Farm, South Cape, Tasmanian Heritage and Australian Gold.
Chef's Catch is located at 9 Esplanade St. It is rated 2.8 by 10 Zomato users. Serves Burger, Pizza, Fish and Chips. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$7 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Chi Chi Cafe & Chinese Restaurant
Chi Chi Cafe & Chinese Restaurant is located at 127 St John St. It is rated 3.7 by 25 Zomato users. Serves Asian, Chinese, Coffee and Tea. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$20 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Chikko's Rolls is located at 26 Bligh St. It is rated 3.2 by 6 Zomato users. Serves Sandwich, Vietnamese. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$7 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Chillies Indian Restaurant
Zomato users recommend Butter Chicken, Butter Naan, Lamb Saag and Chicken Tikka Masala at Chillies Indian Restaurant. Most of the visitors also appreciated the Friendly Staff and Friendly Service. Chillies Indian Restaurant is located at 5 Gregory St. It is rated 3.9 by 50 Zomato users. Serves Indian. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$20 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Lily & Dot
Midway between the city and North Hobart you'll find Lily & Dot, an eclectic gift store with a strong focus on Tasmanian-made gifts for baby and you. Situated in the midtown café precinct – a strip of independent stores and small bars popular with locals – Lily & Dot features baby blankets, cards and prints by local illustrators, jewellery, children’s books, candles, organic soaps and softies. Its crochet class program is a popular way to spend a few hours on a Saturday afternoon – see the Lily & Dot Facebook page too book.
Llanherne Golf Club
The Llanherne Golf Club is located north-east of Hobart near the beach side town of Seven Mile Beach. It is a nine-hole, 18 tees, Par 72 course designed by Peter Toogood. Opened in March 1994, this links course features 18 tees with gently undulating fairways to nine large greens. Two lakes and numerous bunkers add to the challenge. Members competition is played on Saturdays, Ladies competition on Tuesdays and Mixed competition (open to visitors) on Thursday, 0900 for 0930 Shot Gun Start and 9 hole Competition every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday. Visitors with handicaps welcome. Holes: Nine (18 Tees), Par: 72, Length: 5978 metres. Slope Ratings are 124 for Members White, 120 for Yellow (Social), and 118 for Ladies Red.
The Lobster Ponds is a tourist and educational destination providing information about the endangered and threatened freshwater lobster, listed as the largest in the world. You will have a guided tour of the ponds which is set in amongst Tasmania's trees. We have a cafe for light refreshments overlooking the beautiful Flowerdale hills and valleys.
Lovett Gallery Cygnet
Located in Cygnet, Tasmania is "Lovett Gallery Cygnet" operated by the Huon Art Exhibitions Group. HAEG is primarily a group of local artists that initially got together to support each other and organise exhibitions. They now run their own gallery 'Lovett Gallery Cygnet' to display and market the work of their members. The Gallery is located at the rear of the Town Hall, Mary St, Cygnet and open every weekend, Fridays during daylight savings and most public holidays from 1000 to 1600. HAEG now has 120 members and coordinates a major annual exhibition - "The Huon Art Awards" as well as mini exhibitions for member artists. Works at Lovett Gallery Cygnet are constantly changing and include paintings in all genres, photography, sculpture, ceramics and jewellery. Some members also produce greeting cards. Works can be viewed anytime on the website. Many tourists and local visitors on the Huon Trail also use the visit to enjoy the cafe culture now blossoming in and around Cygnet. Cygnet is a 50-minute drive (55 km) south of Hobart.
Low Head Foghorn
Each Sunday at noon, come and hear "the magnificent roar of a thousand elephants" echo through the Low Head area and beyond. The Low Head Foghorn, at the mouth of the Tamar River, is a unique piece of Tasmania's maritime history. The Foghorn was installed in 1929 and decommissioned in 1973. It was restored in early 2000 by a group of volunteers. It is the only operational G-type diaphone in the world. The building also houses a very rare Gardner model 2 DCR kerosene engine. Under ideal conditions the Foghorn can be heard approximately 30 kilometres out to sea. Hearing protection is recommended. Enjoy the beautiful sea views from the headland and feel free to have a chat with the volunteers in attendance every Sunday at noon. At other times, use the QR codes on the signage to experience this unique attraction. The associated Lighthouse was built in 1888, replacing the original 1833 convict-built structure. With an elevation of 43 metres, it dominates the headland. Nearby, is the Low Head Pilot Station, commencing in 1805, it continues to provide pilotage for visiting ships. You can visit the Maritime Museum and a have a light meal at the Coxswain's Cafe.
Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum
On the picturesque Low Head Peninsula at the mouth of the Tamar River is Australia's oldest pilot station, dating from 1806. It is a delightful collection of cottages in a beautiful setting. The Museum occupies the 1835 convict-built Pilots' Row, the oldest and largest building on the site. It tells stories of shipping on the Tamar River, and has an extensive display of relics from the days of sail and steam. The museum is well-suited for families, having something of interest for people of all ages. Children are encouraged to handle the ship's helm, operate the engine room telegraphs, sound the fog horn, ring the ship's bell and send messages in Morse Code. There is a collection of small craft in the boatshed (open on request) and other exhibits around the grounds. Continue to the headland, past the old cable station to Australia's third oldest light station, with its grand lighthouse. Here is the only operating G-type fog horn in the Southern Hemisphere. It sounds at noon each Sunday. Low Head is less than an hour from Launceston along the East Tamar Highway and only five kilometres from George Town which has museums, good accommodation and shopping facilities.
Lunaris Gemstones in the Far South of Tasmania specialises in Tasmanian minerals, jewellery and fossils. The showroom features Tasmanian Crocoite (Mineral Emblem), unusual Tasmanian Stichtite jewellery and rare Jurassic fossil fern from the Lune River. There are Tasmanian crystals, minerals and fossils, as well as specimens from overseas. Australian facetted stones, quality Australian opal and a variety of lapidary material are available. Alongside displays of Tasmanian fossils and minerals, many of which were found by the owners, visitors can view a cabinet of fluorescent minerals. Fossicking information is provided for two local fossicking areas as well as statewide. There is a wide choice of minerals, crystals and fossils from around the world to suit beginners or the serious collector. Social and school groups are welcome and educational talks are available on the subject of local geology and the lapidary world (fee applies). Lunaris Gemstones is only one km north of Ida Bay Historic Railway and close to Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs. Admission is free to the exhibition which is roughly a 2 hour drive from Hobart. Otherwise you can visit the Lunaris Gemstones store at Salamanca market each Saturday or visit online.
Makers' Workshop celebrates Burnie's makers, innovators and artists. Opened in 2009, this contemporary structure is a "must see" when visiting Burnie. Well known for supporting local artisans, studios are provided for a variety of local craftspeople and artists who demonstrate their skills and techniques on-site. Explore the extensive gift shop with a focus on Tasmanian products. The Cheese Shop offers exquisite cheeses for tastings and purchase, manufactured at Burnie's state of the art specialty facility operated by Lion. Great coffee and food is an essential part of any Tasmanian experience and the Makers’ Workshop licensed cafe provides fresh simple fare in beautiful surrounds. The story of Burnie's deep connection with paper is told here with Creative Paper, where visitors are invited to see paper being made by hand, then try it for themselves. The helpful Burnie Visitor Information Centre staff and volunteers can assist you with bookings for accommodation and experiences, maps and directional support, and that in-depth local knowledge that makes your travels easier. A fascinating range of exhibitions can be viewed in the contemporary gallery space. Significant objects from the Burnie Regional Museum are on display throughout the building as visual 'icons' telling stories of Burnie.
Margate Train - The
The Margate Train offers shopping with a difference at Margate, southern Tasmania. Margate is 20 minutes south of Hobart (19 kilometres) and a short drive south of Kingston. The Margate Train - formerly known as the Tasman Limited - made its final rail journey on 28 July 1978. The Tasman Limited was built in England in 1950 and served as a passenger service between Hobart and Launceston until 1978. The train's carriages now house a variety of retail businesses including arts and crafts, bric-a-brac, a microbrewery and a buffet car offering espresso coffee and pancake parlour. There is also a huge antique warehouse and second-hand shop here, located in an old IXL apple packing shed, as well as a children's play area, toilets, baby change facility and plenty of car parking.
Maria Island National Park
Maria Island National Park is Tasmania's only island park, six kilometres off the state's east coast and an easy 30-minute trip from Triabunna - about one hour and fifteen minutes drive from Hobart (86km). Encounter Maria Island is the official ferry operator to and from Maria Island National Park. See website for details. Maria Island National Park has a rich history. Originally inhabited by the indigenous Tyreddeme people, it has also been whaling and sealing post, penal settlement and an Italianate pleasure resort. You can explore the Island on bushwalks including Fossil Cliffs, Painted Cliffs, and the peaks of Mt Maria and Bishop and Clerk. Mountain biking or walking are the only ways to explore the island. Basic accommodation includes bunk rooms in the Penitentiary at Darlington - a once-thriving settlement that included a vineyard, coffee palace and Grand Hotel. Camping is also available here and at free sites at French's Farm and Encampment Cove. Abundant wildlife includes Cape Barren geese, kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas and wombats. The Island's marine reserves are rich with sea life including seahorses, sea dragons, colourful sponge gardens and jewel anemones. From the cliff tops you may also see dolphins, whales, seals and sea eagles.