Bundaleera is a picturesque vineyard producing Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling in Tasmania's north. The two-hectare (five acre) vineyard is nestled in a small valley on the southern escarpment of the North Esk River. This provides a wonderful micro-environment for growing premium grapes and a beautiful and tranquil setting for enjoying wine. Visit and sample the trophy-winning Botrytis Riesling as well as the classic, award-winning Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling and Sparkling. While you are in the area, be sure to stop by other vineyards and enjoy the peaceful rural feel of the region. Bundaleera Vineyard is located at Relbia about a 15-minute drive (14 km) from central Launceston.
A focus on local produce, including Petuna salmon, Spring Bay scallops and Sassafras lamb, is the defining feature of the menu at Strahan's best restaurant. Lunch is a laid-back affair featuring homemade pies, salads, pasta dishes and burgers. Dinner is a more sophisticated proposition, featuring dishes such as slow-cooked pork belly, paillard of salmon and rack of lamb. Book ahead for dinner.
Bushwalker Transport Tasmania
We provide a comprehensive transport service for bushwalkers seeking to access Tasmania's walking tracks. With our convenient and flexible schedule we have solved the problem of finding connecting transport to and from Hobart or Launceston Airports, and the many possible walking destinations around Tasmania. On demand, we will pick up bushwalkers either in Hobart CBD or Hobart Airport in our 14-seater bus, and will drop them off in time to connect with return flights. Bookings are essential for this service. We recommend contacting us first before you make your airline reservations so we can discuss your requirements, and coordinate your travel plans with our existing bookings and airport schedule. The minimum number of passengers is two. To confirm your booking you must pay the full fare at least seven days in advance of the scheduled pick-up date.
Welcome to Tasmania! World-class fly fishing at the bottom of the world. Tasmania is the anglers’ paradise. Whether it's a day joining Marcus on his handmade drift boat, walking and wading on a river or a wilderness adventure in the Western Lakes. Camden Fishing welcome's all skill levels with the opportunity to get on the water and catch a fish. Marcus Saunders – Head guide/owner #TheSeasonNeverEnds
Candy Abalone produces some of the best quality dried abalone in the world. The best quality dried abalone starts with the best quality fresh abalone and Tasmania is renowned for producing some of the finest seafood. Candy Abalone uses age old drying techniques to create their highly sought after dried abalone products. Candy Abalone is an essential stop on the foodie tourism route, and with views over the Barilla Bay Oyster Farm and the Coal Valley, Candy Abalone offers a unique opportunity for visitors to understand how this unique product is harvested, tour the drying facilities, learn about the history of the abalone industry and abalone diving, and meet the people that make Candy Abalone tick. Combined tours with Barilla Bay Oysters are available, offering a fantastic culinary experience for discerning food lovers and travellers. A shop selling a variety of Candy Abalone products and other Tasmanian produce is onsite, as well as a cafe and a la carte restaurant. Tasting and bespoke tours available on request. Conveniently located just near Hobart airport on the Tasman Highway. Bookings for tours are essential.
Cape Bernier Vineyard
Cape Bernier Vineyard is a producer of quality wines situated only a 45-minute drive from Hobart on the road to Port Arthur. The vineyard is a picturesque location looking out over Marion Bay with Sparkling, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Merlot available for tasting. Bring a picnic and enjoy some food in the vineyard or grab a bottle of wine and head down to the stunning Marion Bay beach.
Cascade Brewhouse is nestled at the base of the majestic Mount Wellington and set against Australia's oldest brewery, Cascade Brewery. With a rich Tasmanian heritage, the over three acres of heritage gardens provide the perfect backdrop for an afternoon beverage and a bite to eat. Cascade Brewhouse has an extensive range of craft beers and ciders, all made on-site, and has a seasonal cafe menu featuring the best of fresh Tasmanian produce. Jump on to a Cascade Brewery tour to head inside Australia's oldest brewery, or sign up to Beer School to learn all about the brewing process.
Cataract Gorge Cruises
Cataract Gorge Cruises offer cruises to Cataract Gorge from Launceston's waterfront in Tasmania's north. Explore the old Launceston Seaport and riverfront precinct before cruising to Kings Wharf viewing historic vessels and Launceston's delightful riverfront precinct. The highlight of the experience is then cruising into the spectacular Cataract Gorge as the Lady Launceston's unique and silent electric drive is engaged. View the sheer cliffs and cascades from your comfortable seat with unobstructed views on the 1890s-style vessel. Enjoy the skipper's captivating commentary on the history of this fascinating area.
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.
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.
Clockwise, located in the northern Tasmanian city of Launceston, specialises in antique and vintage clocks and watches. Established in 1992, Clockwise specialises in buying, repairing, restoring and selling antique clocks, wrist, and pocket watches. You can choose from a range of clocks, including English, European and American mantel and wall clocks; long case clocks and hand-built timepieces. The store also repairs and restores antique clocks and watches, in addition to antique music boxes and metronomes. Clockwise also offers a small selection of other antiques including Tasmanian pottery. Tasmania's rich colonial and convict history draws antique hunters and collectors from across the world. Many of the state's museums and galleries feature collections of fine antique china, art, glassware and furniture. You can visit a number of fine antique shops in Launceston and Northern Tasmania to begin or expand your own collection. Launceston is Tasmania's second largest city, and is just over a two-hour drive (199 km) from the state's capital, Hobart.
Coal Mines Historic Site
Coal Mines Historic Site is situated on the Tasman Peninsula near Saltwater River. It was Tasmania's first operational mine. Developed both to limit the colony's dependence upon costly imported coal from New South Wales, as well as serving as a place of punishment for the "worst class" of convicts from Port Arthur, the mine was operational for over 40 years. Today, the Coal Mines offers visitors the chance to discover among the uncrowded ruins and scenic vistas a different perspective on Tasmania's convict history. It is a great place to explore on foot, with a number of tracks and paths around the extensive site. There are signs and displays to guide you around and inform about the history of the Site. A printed guide to the Coal Mines is available from the Visitor Centre at the Port Arthur Historic Site. The Coal Mines site is approximately a 75-minute drive from Hobart and a 25-minute drive from Port Arthur. A visit is a fascinating adjunct to any visit to the Port Arthur Historic Site. Entry is free and there are basic picnic and toilet facilities at the Site, but it is not staffed.
Cockle Creek and South West National Park
Cockle Creek is the furthest point south that you can drive in Australia and the entry point to the South West National Park in Tasmania's Wilderness World Heritage Area. The South Coast Track, one of Tasmania's great bushwalks begins - or ends - here. Sheltered among the tranquil cove of Recherche Bay, Cockle Creek has campsites and basic facilities but no shops or services. A short stroll around the foreshore takes you to a whale sculpture and interpretation sign explaining the bay's whaling history. Continue to the Fishers Point Navigation Light and Pilot Station Ruins, or take the well-marked track to South East Cape for stunning views of the Southern Ocean and Maatsuyker Island. French explorer, Bruni D'Entrecasteaux, sailed into Recherche Bay in 1792 on a botanical expedition. The remains of a garden planted by the French were found here in 2003, resulting in the creation of a reserve to protect the area. Cockle Creek was named after the once abundant cockles, oysters and mussels found at its mouth as it enters the sea. Cockle Creek is a two-hour drive south of Hobart (148 km) via Geeveston.
Collinsvale & District Makers & Growers Market
Collinsvale is a rural community located approximately 24 km north from Hobart city. It hosts a friendly market generally, 4 to 6 times a year on selected Saturdays, where you can find local Tassie handmade crafts, food, plants, jewellery, soap/skin products, veggies and many more treasures. You can also enjoy tea or coffee and cake from our market cafe, or sausages and burgers from the barbecue.
Cookery Class - Summer on Fat Pig Farm
Join Gourmet Farmer Matthew Evans for a cookery class in a school like no other. All the bounty of Fat Pig Farm is destined for their oversize farmhouse kitchen. You can be a part of this, by joining them for one-off, hands-on workshops that celebrate the harvests, the seasons and, to finish, the lavish country hospitality Tasmania is renowned for at their long table feast. Every week, every month, every crop is different from the last and you get to be an integral part of the harvesting and the cooking. Come and rejoice in the art of the handmade. Come and share in their farm bounty as they take you through the garden and into the kitchen to cook the best of summer fare, followed by a feast of what you’ve prepared. They’ll start with coffee, then head down to see what the garden has to offer. After filling their basket, and stopping to feed the pigs, it’ll be back to the kitchen to cook up a truly seasonal meal. At the end of the day they’ll sit down and share a late lunch; a farmhouse feast including the dishes you’ve created, alongside local wine and other farmey fare.
Country Club Tasmania (Golf Course) ( Prospect Vale Golf Club )
Country Club Tasmania Golf Course is a championship 18-hole golf course in Launceston. Designed by Mike Wolveridge and British Open champion Peter Thompson, the scenic outlooks, challenging fairways and expansive greens are of international standard. For the perfect leisure activity or corporate pursuit, this 72 par course is open seven days a week. The covered driving range with distance markers is ideal to brush up on your swing or book a lesson with the resident coaching professional. A fully stocked golf pro shop is available, providing everything from equipment hire and purchase to motorised golf carts. Take your time on the picturesque course, meticulously maintained by a team of greenkeepers.
Cove Gallery & Cafe (Risby Cove)
The Cove Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in Strahan on Tasmania's west coast. Strahan is a four-and-a-half-hour drive west of Hobart (298 kilometres) and south-west of Launceston (290 kilometres). The Gallery is part of Strahan's waterfront Risby Cove accommodation complex. Housed within a converted, century-old sawmill workshop with the exposed-beam framework complimenting an eclectic collection of work by Tasmanian artists. Paintings, photography, jewellery, ceramics and glass and textile art are featured in the collection. Work by Tasmanian furniture designers and sculptors using rare Tasmanian timbers, such as Huon and King Billy pine, sassafras and myrtle, form a significant part of the collection. Artists whose work has been exhibited at Risby Cove include Tasmanian Aboriginal painter Mick Quilliam, local photographer Rick Eaves and sculptural furniture designer James Vaughn. Other galleries in Strahan include the Wilderness Woodworks Gallery, where visitors can watch local artisans crafting fragrant Huon Pine.
Cow 'N' Calf Art Gallery
The Cow 'N' Calf Art Gallery is located in, Stanley, a beautiful quaint heritage-style township located in Tasmania's north west. The gallery has been operating since October 2010. The gallery exhibits consist of the photographic works created by David Murphy, and a range of other artists artworks as well. They comprise glasswares, woodworks, jewellery, apparel such as scarves, bronze works, as well as other photographic works. David is also available for weddings, website images, and functions.
This spectacular World Heritage Area, 1 hour 15 minutes from Devonport along the C132, was ranked in No 32 in Lonely Planet’s World Ultimate Travel List in 2015, ahead of Uluru, Kakadu and the Sydney Opera House. You’re guaranteed to see wildlife such as wombats, pademelons and currawongs, echidnas and quolls in the serenity of silent isolation amid ancient alpine trees. But Cradle Mountain is not just a place to get away from it, it’s a place to get into it – where you can leap off waterfalls, kayak to isolated myrtle forest, ride a horse through alpine wilderness, or walk for a while … or for days. You can visit a Tassie Devil wildlife sanctuary, take a scenic helicopter ride, see award-winning art galleries, or spend a snowy winter’s day sipping cognac by a fireplace in a cosy lodge as you gaze at the winter wonderland outside. There is accommodation for all budgets, from backpacker to luxury self-contained accommodation.
Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park
Cradle Mountain is Tasmania's most recognisable landmark and one of Tasmania's most visited attractions. Located at the northern end of the Cradle Mountain Lake-St Clair National Park, Cradle Mountain is part of the Tasmanian World Heritage Wilderness Area. The surrounding landscape of ancient rainforest and alpine lands with colourful beech makes for any number of beautiful walks. There's a visitor centre on the park boundary with an interpretive display, ranger station, park information, walker registration and up-to-date weather reports. There's no town at Cradle Mountain, however there's a wide range of accommodation in the Cradle Valley area, from an excellent campground to a luxury wilderness lodge. There are many superb short walks from the visitor centre and the Dove Lake car park, 14 kilometres further on. A five kilometre wooden boardwalk links the ranger station to Dove Lake, giving visitors an easy way to explore the park. A free shuttle bus takes visitors into the park and if you choose to walk part of the way the shuttle will pick you up at various points along the road.