Bento Box is located at 25-31 Wellington St. It is rated 3.2 by 22 Zomato users. Serves Japanese, Sushi. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$7 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Bento Box on George
Bento Box on George is located at 68 George Street, Launceston. This restaurant is yet to be rated by Zomato users. Serves Japanese. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Bentwood Coffee is located at Pinnacle Road, Wellington Park. It is rated 3.2 by 5 Zomato users. Serves Coffee and Tea. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Bespoke Tasmania Tours
Luxury tour company, Bespoke Tasmania provides premium, small-scale, tailored tours that take luxury travel to a new high. Explore exclusive Tasmanian destinations and experiences tailored to your special interests, tastes and timing. Owner, Kim Dudson is the go-to guide for house-guests at Mona and Saffire Freycinet. Kim can also create amazing tours for high-end select conferences. Alternatively, choose from one of Bespoke Tasmania's popular seasonal tour selections - perhaps a smidge of artisan food, wine, heritage, wildlife, arts, landscapes and gardens, plus the best of Mona. Some previous requests for bespoke tours designed by Kim include: Premium Wine, Wildlife and Landscapes; Summer Seasonal Best in Food, Wine and Landscapes; Best of Hobart and Surrounds; Make your own Gin and Explore Port Arthur; Hops, Hooch and Heritage; Cider, Chocolate and Cheese; Summer Seasonal Best in Food, Wine and Landscapes; Hobart Through the Eyes of a Visiting 1830's Botanist; and Colonial Banking and Rare Medical Collections. Kim would be delighted to provide you with further information on her exclusive tailored tours. Details are available on the Bespoke Tasmania Tours website.
Bicheno Penguin Tours
Bicheno Penguin Tours takes you to see fairy penguins at dusk on Tasmania's East Coast. The nightly evening tours offer a rare and thrilling chance to visit a private rookery. You can watch the fairy penguins (also known as the little penguin) emerge from the ocean and head for their homes. Established by Bicheno locals to protect the penguin population, the tour lets you get close to the penguins without disturbing their nightly journey. Tours operate daily except Good Friday, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve. Tours depart at dusk and penguin numbers vary seasonally. Bookings are essential for penguin tours.
Bicheno's Glass Bottom Boat
Bicheno's Glass Bottom Boat operates from Bicheno, on Tasmania's East Coast from September through April. The cool temperate waters offer excellent viewing of the creatures that live there and the luxuriant and rarely seen plant life is a spectacle itself. Your guide has many years of experience and can offer comprehensive and knowledgeable interpretation. Every day is different and the effect of the East Australian current is at times dramatic with many different life forms travelling in it. The trips are subject to weather, so please telephone ahead for a daily update on conditions. You can also check the blackboard at our office/museum at the Gulch in Bicheno. Tours take 45 minutes. Tours depart at 1000, noon and 1400 daily from September to April.
Bike Odyssey Cycle Tours
Bike Odyssey specialises in running cycling journeys of a lifetime. They only tour in exceptional corners of the world. They only create exceptional routes. They only follow exceptional historical figures or journeys. Unsurprisingly, their cycling tours are exceptional. They love them and you will too. Come ride with them in Tasmania.
A bistro is, in its original Parisian incarnation, a small restaurant, serving moderately priced produce-driven meals in a relaxed, comfortable setting. Based in Devonport, Tasmania, Bistro Camille brings this philosophy to life using Tasmania's world class produce. Camille's Restaurant menu is written and prepared by Executive Chef Fabien Lefrancois who, having cooked and trained across both Europe and Australia, now resides here in Tasmania's North.
Black Buffalo Hotel
Black Buffalo Hotel is located at Federal StreetNorth Hobart. It is rated 3.6 by 18 Zomato users. Serves Bar Food, Modern Australian. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$20 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Black Cow Bistro
Black Cow Bistro’s transformation of old Luck’s Butchery continues to honour its origins showcasing grass fed, free range, dry aged, premium Tasmanian beef. Legislation in Tasmania against the use of artificial hormones, growth promotants and antibiotics in red meat production combined with Tasmanian graziers’ focus on free-range grass fed cattle produces happy animals and superior quality meat. A flexible menu and side dishes designed around fresh, local produce allow guests to create the dining experience they desire. Also sporting a well-priced wine list with a heavy emphasis on local Tasmanian wines with some full-bodied reds thrown in for good measure. An energetic atmosphere and friendly professional service completes the Black Cow offering. Open 7 nights a week from 5:30 pm to late, reservations are essential, bookings can be made on our website. Black Cow, the name, is a tribute to the Bos Genus… Historically the cow has been important to many cultures. It has been seen and worshipped as a symbol of contentedness, fecundity, the passive yet creative and generative powers of nature, patience, nourishment, abundance, fertility and equifinality. It is also, of course, an excellent source of protein.
Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden
The Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden is a stunning garden in north-west Tasmania. The 11-hectare garden is located 8km south of Burnie, off the Ridgley Highway and features over 23,000 selected rhododendrons and companion plants, creating a spectacular display between late August and January. Colourful foliage in April makes it a good time to visit too. In addition to the hybrid rhododendrons familiar to gardeners, you can see many wild species of rhododendrons planted to reflect their geographical origins - from Asia, across the Himalayas to China, Japan and North America. You can take a number of walks through the garden to enjoy the plants and tranquillity of this lush environment. Platypus, echidna, and diverse bird life are routinely sighted in amongst the gazebos, bridges, waterways, and the fountain. The Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden is a partner garden of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens. Our tea room is open daily 10 am - 4 pm. closed June & July Please check by phoning 6433 1805
Endemic Earth: Contemporary Ceramics Inspired by Tasmanian Botanicals
Coinciding with the Australian Ceramics Triennale taking place in Hobart in May 2019, this exhibition showcases the work of 22 contemporary Australian ceramicists. Work in this exhibition has been inspired by Tasmania's unique vegetation, either in form or function. Artists include: Andrew Halford, Cathy Franzi, Chrystie Longworth, Claire Johnson, Gretel Corrie, Hana Vasak (Dasa ceramics), Julie Pennington, Katarina Wells, Kate Wischusen, Keiko Matsui, Kerryn Levy, Luca Lettieri, Luke Ryan, Ulrica Trulsson, Milly Dent, Penelope Duke, Philippa Taylor, Phoebe Kretschmer, Rose Jensen-Holm, Sarah Rayner, Susan Simonini, Tara Burke, Timna Taylor, Tracey Murray. Opening 10am- 4pm, Monday- Saturday. CLOSED Sunday
Entally House is a lovely old house located in Tasmania's north at Hadspen, about 15-minutes' drive (13 kilometres/8 miles) from Launceston. It is named after a suburb of Calcutta, India, and built in 1819 for Thomas Reibey. While he lived there he was reputed to have the most extensive library in the colony. The house contains a magnificent collection of Regency furniture and fine silver. It is surrounded by superb gardens and grounds, in which there is a greenhouse, a chapel, a coach house and stables. Across the road you will find its sister property, the newly renovated Entally Lodge, which houses a restaurant, bar, and 20 rooms of accommodation.
Eric Thomas Galley Museum
Housed in the original Imperial Hotel (built 1897)(,The museum has an extensive collection this collection is 98% donated and it is run by a volunteer committee and volunteers) historic West Coast photographs, more than 1,000 photographs are displayed many of which were collected by Mr Eric Thomas, who first established the museum. There are 30 rooms of historical items including personal effects, documents, cameras, theatre projectors,house hold items, gems and minerals , military, emergency services,mining artifacts and the very varied social life all depicting aspects of West Coast heritage. Also take the time to view an extensive Royal Family memorabilia collection from Queen Victoria to the present and watch a film about Mount Lyell and the memories of the towns people.
Evandale Market - Weekly
Let loose the bargain hunter in you as you browse through the wide range of goods for sale. Come and be a part of one of Tasmania's favourite markets with over a 100 stalls including a wide range of wares and high quality crafts, plants, trees, shrubs and garden ornaments and bric-a-brac for every budget. Choose from a wide selection of Tasmanian food products such as jams, sauces, relish and honey. There are also plenty of food stalls and children's amusements. The Evandale market is a popular country market in historic Evandale, located just 15 kilometres south of Launceston. Evandale is a lovely Georgian village with well-preserved cottages, houses, churches, inns and shops. It is a great place for browsing through the antique galleries and art and craft shops in the village.
Evercreech Forest Reserve
Evercreech Forest Reserve is a beautiful natural reserve located in Northern Tasmania. Enjoy a picnic or barbecue in the shady canopy of the world's tallest white gums (over 90 metres high) and explore the short bushland walking tracks through forest and alongside the headwaters of the South Esk River. Nearby are the Mathinna Falls Forest Reserve and the Griffin Camping Area. These north-east forest reserves are attractive spots to break your journey on the A4 between the Midland Highway and the east coast. To reach them, turn left on the B43 at Fingal towards Mathinna. An interesting alternative route continues beyond Mathinna, taking gravel roads through the Mt Victoria Forest Reserve to reach the rich north-east farmlands at Ringarooma.
Farm Gate Market
Every Sunday, come rain hail or shine, a busy street in the heart of Hobart transforms into a bustling farmers' market. It's all about Tasmanian produce and getting to know your farmer, and it always has been. Five years back, our market began with an honest and simple philosophy, that if you couldn't eat it, drink it, grow it or meet the producer, then you wouldn't find it at the market. That ethos has always held true. And now, the little farmers' market that began with 12 stallholders has grown into an essential Sunday ritual for locals, one of the top five farmers' markets in the country as voted by Australian Traveller Magazine and Silver Medal winner at the 2015 Australian Tourism Awards for Excellence In Food Tourism. Tasmania's distinct growing seasons make for an ever-changing array of produce and that's what we celebrate every Sunday. Staying true to what's in season locally is reflected throughout the market; on fresh produce stalls, in artisan foods and foodie menus. We know our farmers very well and we'd like to share their stories with you. Whenever you're in Hobart, we'd love to... see you on Sunday.
Federation Artisan Chocolate Hobart
Federation Artisan Chocolate have been making chocolate in Tasmania for 30 years. They have recently opened a Hobart city shop only 5 minutes walk from Hobart's waterfront. Here they sell their range of bars as well as their new handmade fine moulded chocolates. These unique, bright and flavoursome chocolates will delight any chocolate lover. They have a wide range of flavours which are forever changing and growing. Some include gin and tonic, cookies and cream, chai, apple and rhubarb crumble, blood orange and blackberry raspberry pistachio. All their chocolates are made from authentic ingredients with no added essences or oils. They import cocoa beans from all over the world to create a unique and flavoursome character to their chocolate.
Festival in the Park
Bring along your family and friends. Sit back, relax and enjoy the sunshine, entertainment, activities, demonstrations, and of course the fine food and beverages. The Festival in the Park is a major celebration of lifestyle, food, wine and entertainment of Tasmania's Cradle Coast. It is held in Anzac Park on the banks of the beautiful Leven River, in Ulverstone, and is run by the Rotary Clubs of Ulverstone and Ulverstone West, and the Rotaract Club of Central Coast. All proceeds from the day go to local projects that benefit the North-West community.
Festival of Voices
Established in 2005, Festival of Voices has earned its reputation as Australia’s pre-eminent choral music festival. Festival of Voices is where singers from all over the world gather in Tasmania to perform, teach, learn, listen and connect, and where audiences are encouraged to participate and find their voices. The festival moves from a rousing community chorus of thousands to the pin-drop-quiet of exquisite concert performances. In-between there is laughter, meaningful conversations, music, workshops, unique experiences and always a song to be sung.