Amici is located at 310 Elizabeth Street. It is rated 3.7 by 37 Zomato users. Serves Italian, Pizza. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$20 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Amigos is located at 329 Elizabeth St. It is rated 3.5 by 44 Zomato users. Serves Mexican. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$20 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Zomato users recommend Butter Chicken, Masala Tikka and Garlic Naan at Annapurna. Most of the visitors also appreciated the Friendly Service. Annapurna is located at 305 Elizabeth Street. It is rated 3.8 by 79 Zomato users. Serves Indian. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$20 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Annapurna is located at 93 Salamanca Pl. It is rated 3.9 by 74 Zomato users. Serves Indian. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$20 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Anvers Chocolate Factory
The Anvers Chocolate Factory at Latrobe in Tasmania's North is a chocolate lovers' heaven. Hand-made chocolate truffles, chocolate oranges, fudge and pralines, using fresh Tasmanian cream and butter, single origin chocolate, fruits, nuts and liqueurs. Igor Van Gerwen, the owner and head chocolatier, acquired his know-how from his birthplace, Belgium. A selection of tasters are available to tempt you in the Tasting centre and shop. The Anvers Chocolate Factory is a real chocolate taste sensation and is located in the property known as Wyndarra Lodge, a stylish house (c.1931) set in 2.5 hectares of mature tree gardens. Anvers has viewing windows so you can see the factory in action; confectionery staff tempering, moulding and enrobing fine chocolates, truffles, pralines, fudge and more. There is a small museum on the history of chocolate, and our cafe/restaurant (open fireplace, stained glass windows) specialises in chocolates, hot chocolate in many flavours, chocolate desserts and...more chocolate. Belgian style breakfast and Tasmanian fare lunches are served, and a range of teas and espresso coffees for the morning and afternoon break.
Apple Isle Wine Tours
Apple Isle Wine Tours offer full, half and private day experiences which allow clients to discover Tasmania's award-winning wines, tantalising food and amazing scenery. Combine Tasmania's wine, food, and scenery with a tour to Mona, Mount Wellington, Richmond, the Huon Valley or Freycinet on Tasmania's East Coast, Port Arthur and Bruny Island. Other services include Airport transfers and pre-wedding celebration tours. Apple Isle Wine Tours is a privately owned and operated business which commenced operations in 2003 and commits itself to providing the very best experiences. Their guides are well travelled both domestically and internationally and want to engage you in the unique lifestyle of Tasmania.
Freycinet Aqua Taxi runs water transportation services in Freycinet National Park, departing from Coles Bay. One way or return fares to Hazards Beach, Cooks Beach & Schouten Island. Scheduled sailings depart daily and are a popular way to experience Freycinet’s walking tracks. Whether you’re after a short walk, a long hike, or simply to spend the day on a secluded beach-we have a trip for you. Our drop off at Hazards Beach is a great way to access Wineglass Bay across the short flat Isthmus track without having to hike over the Hazard ranges. The fastest way to Wineglass Bay!
Aromas Fine Food Cafe
Aromas Fine Food Cafe is located at 272 Charles St. It is rated 3.7 by 34 Zomato users. Serves Breakfast, Modern Australian, Healthy Food. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$20 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Arthur River Cruises
Experience Tasmania's Tarkine Wilderness aboard the MV 'George Robinson' (the 'red boat') as she journeys 14 km up the Arthur River, a journey where you step back in time. This river is wild! It has never been farmed, logged, mined or dammed. The surrounding landscape is pristine and changes from coastal heath to wet sclerophyll rainforest and then cool temperate rainforest. See outcrops of pre-Cambrian metamorphic sandstone that are millions of years old. The cruise is relaxing and fun, with a friendly and attentive crew. Watch the white bellied sea eagles swoop for fish. Listen to the birds. You may be lucky and spot an azure kingfisher or perhaps a platypus, spotted quoll or pademelon. Enjoy a barbecue lunch with wine amid giant ferns and ancient trees in the cool temperate rainforest. A guided walk informs you of the history of the area and its flora and fauna. The Tarkine Wilderness is unique. Be among the few who venture to the rugged north-west coast of Tasmania and be captivated by this special place.
Artifakt Gallery and Cafe
Artifakt Gallery and Cafe is located at 26 Franklin St. It is rated 3.7 by 15 Zomato users. Serves Breakfast, Coffee and Tea, Australian. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$7 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato
Book Cellar- The
The Book Cellar in Campbell Town, Tasmania, is a world-class traditional bookshop experience in a fascinating heritage setting, the convict cellars under an 1830's era coaching inn. The architecturally significant cellars once housed the convicts who built the Red Bridge over the Elizabeth River, which runs past The Book Cellar door. Today the cellars host a traditional bookshop and coffee bar, stocking unusual new and used books with an emphasis on nostalgia, heritage and Tasmaniana. You will find books for enthusiasts on architecture, collectables, fashion and food history, military and transport heritage, steam and model engineering and rural life, books about books, and the largest collection of old and new Tasmania books for sale that can be found anywhere. You can browse the captivating range of books in the cellars which are open every day while appreciating the architectural achievements of convict labour. Admire the magnificent tree carvings by chainsaw artist Eddie Freeman in the park opposite and walk the renowned convict brick trail which starts just outside The Book Cellar. Campbell Town is a 51-minute drive (61 km) south-east of Launceston.
Bowman History Room
The Bowman History Room offers a unique historical collection, located in Whitemark, Flinders Island. The room was created in 1996 to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Bowman Family business, E M Bowman & Co Pty Ltd, established in 1921. This amazing collection of shop items, photographs and account books from 1921 onwards traces both the growth of one family and their business and also the development of the town of Whitemark and Flinders Island as a whole. The most perused item is the huge scrapbook of newspaper and magazine articles collected over many years by Elvie Bowman. You will find catalogues and account ledgers that depict a vastly different world to the one we live in today. Memories will flood back for older generations, while younger generations will wonder how people survived without modern conveniences. Open shop hours for a gold coin donation to the Furneaux Historical Research Association. While you are visiting Flinders Island you can also experience the Patriarchs Wildlife Sanctuary, Wybalenna Historic Site and the Furneaux Museum. The extraordinary jagged peaks of Strzelecki National Park can also be explored. Flinders Island is a 30-minute flight away from Launceston or just under a one-hour flight from Melbourne.
A unique attraction in the Tamar Valley, Brady's Lookout was once the hideout for bushranger Mathew Brady. Ample parking, BBQ, toilets, all access ramps and viewing platforms, this is a great spot for a selfie or a picnic lunch. Views up and down the Tamar River with the vista extending over 120kms to Ben Lomond massif in the south and almost all the way to the coast and Bass Strait to the north. The viewing platforms are set right on the cliff edge with the escarpment falling away to the river 140 metres below. There is also interpretation signage in regards to Mathew Brady telling the story of a bushranger who irritated the government in his exploits while winning the hearts of the female colonists. When finally captured, Brady was showered with gifts while incarcerated and had the crowd wailing at his hanging.
Bream Creek Farmers Market
Bream Creek Farmers Market is a produce based market held at the Bream Creek Show Grounds on the first Sunday of every month, showcasing growers, cooks, brewers, producers and makers, from South Eastern Tasmania and beyond. Bream Creek Farmers Market is a place to share the excess from your garden or market and sell your Tasmanian produce and specialty products, while enjoying a day of fresh air amongst Bream Creek's lush green paddocks, a roll down the hill to the seaside. They believe in locally grown, organic, sustainable and ethical produce that is delivered fresh and seasonally by the people who produce and grow it. Gather together innovative foodies, gourmet gardeners and brilliant brewers, throw your aprons on and share your fare in the farmer’s backyard. Let's fill up Tasmania's larders, with the finest and freshest on offer.
Bridal Veil Falls and Champagne Falls
The Bridal Veil Falls cascade 20 metres into Bulls Creek. Champagne Falls is a 15 metre high teeming cascade into a mossy and shaded area of Bulls Creek. Both can be visited on one walk. Leave Lemonthyme Lodge at Moina along a four wheel drive track, past the managers residence and uphill. After 40 minutes it levels out and, at the start of the descent, there is a spur for the steep direct route to Champagne Falls. Return part of the way back and follow the sign to Bridal Veil Falls. Lemonthyme Lodge asks you to register your walk with them.
Bridal Veil, Champagne and No Name Falls
All three falls are on one 2.5-hour return walk from Lemonthyme Lodge at Moina, on the way to Cradle Mountain. The Bridal Veil Falls cascade 20 metres into Bulls Creek. In full flow they form a rectangular curtain of water and at lower flow form a series of vertical columnar strands draping the underlying rock wall. The walk leaves Lemonthyme Lodge and at first follows a four-wheel-drive track past the manager’s residence, uphill. After about 40 minutes the walk levels out then descends. As the descent begins, there is a spur to Champagne falls. Continue past this to get to Bridal Veil Falls – the track loops around to reconnect to the Champagne falls anyway. Staff at Lemonthyme Lodge ask that you register your walk with them.
Bridestowe Lavender Estate
Bridestowe Lavender Estate is one of Tasmania's premier tourist destinations, located a 50-minute drive from Launceston in Tasmania's scenic North East. Bridestowe Estate is the largest lavender farm in the Southern Hemisphere, famous for the spectacular view of the lavender in bloom in December and January. Visitors are welcomed to the Estate all year round to see the seasons of Tasmania beautifully reflected in the ornamental gardens, manicured fields and native bushland set against the striking backdrop of Mount Arthur. The visitor centre is stocked with unique products containing Bridestowe's famous lavender oil and dried flower. We offer an extensive range of fragrant Australian-made gifts created for the bath, body and home and, of course, the world-famous Bobbie the Bear. The Woodcroft Cafe offers a delicious range of lavender inspired delicacies including our signature range of lavender ice-creams and light seasonal meals. You can take home the experience with a purchase from Bridestowe's gourmet range, which includes lavender flower honey, artisan jams and jellies, and culinary lavender, which is used in many of foods available in the cafe. An entry fee of $10 per adult applies during the flowering season. Under 16s welcome free of charge.
Bridport Walking Track
Bridport's walking track is a breathtaking showcase of natural foreshore, beaches, wildflowers, forest and river landscape. Walk, run, ride and ramble along the 11 kilometre circuit which takes you through ancient forests, wildflower reserves, native grasslands, tidal estuarine and river environments. You will also travel along a natural foreshore with granite rocks and many secluded beaches. The fauna and flora is rich and varied; many species of high conservation value. Along the way enjoy special places of tranquility and the significant periods of human occupation in the area. The Bridport Walking Track is a special unforgettable place of natural beauty for all to experience. Bridport is known for its numerous unspoilt beaches, breathtaking beauty and the magnificent vistas of Andersons Bay and striking mountain backdrops. The village is fully serviced and only one hour from Launceston. From Bridport you can easily discover the scenic beauty, colourful history and heritage of North East Tasmania such as the stunning patchwork of farmlands, tall rainforests and spectacular waterfalls. Nearby attractions include a wine and gourmet food trail, mountain bike trail, world class golf courses at Barnbougle Dunes and Barnbougle Lost Farm as well as Bridestowe Estate Lavender Farm.
Brighton Market Tasmania - Monthly
Held on the first Sunday of each month, the Brighton Market in Tasmania is an interesting market for all to see and browse. Second-hand bargains, plants, bric-a-brac, jewellery, art and craft. Also enjoy a great selection of hot and cold food for sale. The market is undercover, at the Brighton Memorial Hall, so whatever the weather, we are open. Find us just 26 km north of Hobart.
Bruny Island Neck
Bruny Island Neck is an isthmus of land connecting north and south Bruny Island in southern Tasmania and offers stunning 360 degree views. Just 40 kilometres from Hobart, Bruny is Tasmania's fourth largest island. The Neck is an important habitat for Bruny Island's native wildlife. Boardwalks and viewing platforms let you observe short-tailed shearwaters and little penguins (also known as fairy penguins). You'll see these remarkable birds returning to their burrows in the sand dunes at dusk - little penguins making their way up the beach in tight groups and the shearwaters gliding in from the sea. The best viewing period is during the warmer months of September to February. There's also a campground just 20 metres from the beach with car parking, picnic facilities and toilets. Access to the island is by passenger-vehicle ferry from Kettering. Note: access to the lookout is currently restricted due to improvement works.