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Beachfront Bistro

Beachfront Bistro is located at 232 Tasman Highway Bicheno, Bicheno, Tasmania. It is rated 3.1 by 8 Zomato users. Serves Modern Australian. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$55 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato

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Bear With Me

Bear With Me is located at 399 Macquarie Street, South Hobart. It is rated 3.8 by 10 Zomato users. Serves Cafe Food, Coffee and Tea. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato

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Beaujangles

Beaujangles is located at Elizabeth Mall. It is rated 3.7 by 17 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

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Beautiful Isle Wines

Beautiful Isle Wines are a tribute to the vibrant apple crate art of Tasmania’s Apple Isle hey day. The labels are bright and expressive and so are the wines. We started this wine brand on our family estate at Marion's Vineyard which was once an apple and pear orchard dating back to the 1800’s. The old apple shed on the property housed boxes full of apple labels for negociants who purchased fruit and then sent it off to England by boat. The Beautiful Isle range includes field blends, which are delightful, affordable wines that are drink now and tiny batches of single vineyard wines expressing their authenticity. We make Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Rosè, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, field blends and Cider. There is something at Beautiful Isle Wines for everyone!

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Beef and Seafood Grill

The Beef and Seafood Grill is conveniently located within Salamanca Inn. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner weekdays and breakfast and dinner on weekends and public holidays. We offer a fresh seasonal menu focusing on Tasmanian produce including a robust shared grill platter with whole fish, whole crab, Cape Grim eye fillet and more. We source fresh seafood directly from the fisherman who delivers straight to the kitchen. With specials changing daily, the rest you will have to come in and try for yourself.

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Bell & Gong

Bell & Gong is a premium Tasmanian wine Cellar Door and boutique vineyard at the historic property of "Valleyfield", near Longford, Tasmania. Our vineyard is family owned and operated and we welcome guests for an intimate wine tasting experience with complimentary tasting plates and as much discussion of wine as you have time for! Chances are you will also be welcomed by the Bell & Gong Puppies - our family of 5 chihuahuas, who will be very excited to see you! You can also find them on Instagram: "bellandgongpuppies". We also have facilities for you to bring a picnic or BBQ in our beautiful rose garden and vineyard. Our vineyard produces exceptional quality fruit for Pinot Noir and we source similar quality local fruit for our Riesling, Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc – with plans for our vineyard to expand and produce our own fruit for these varieties. The vintages are limited to small premium quantities of individually numbered bottles. These varieties are available for purchase at the cellar door or online at our website. We look forward to welcoming you in person and showing you our vineyard – and to sharing our passion for producing beautiful Tasmanian wine.

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Belles

Belles is located at 10-12 Cambridge Road, Bellerive. This restaurant is yet to be rated by Zomato users. Serves Asian, American. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato

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Beltana Hotel

Beltana Hotel is located at 160 East Derwent Hwy Lindisfarne. It is rated 3.5 by 20 Zomato users. Serves Bar Food, Seafood, Modern Australian. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$30 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato

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Bento

Bento is located at 90 Main Rd, Moonah. It is rated 2.6 by 10 Zomato users. Serves Japanese. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$7 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato

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Bento Box

Bento Box is located at 32 Stewart Street Devonport TAS, Hobart, Tasmania. Serves Japanese. The average cost for 2 mains and 2 beverages here is A$40 approximately. Listing provided in partnership with Zomato

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Douglas-Apsley National Park

Douglas-Apsley National Park is a few kilometres north of Bicheno on Tasmania's east coast. This beautiful park features dry sclerophyll forest and riverside walking tracks, swimming holes, birdlife and Oyster Bay pines. Walks include the 20-minute return stroll to the Apsley Waterhole, the three-hour Apsley Gorge circuit and the three-day north-south bushwalk through the park. Douglas-Apsley National Park is close to the Freycinet Peninsula and the quaint towns along Tasmania's beautiful east coast. While in the area you can also swim, snorkel or try your hand at deep-sea fishing. Nearby are coastal wineries and renowned Wineglass Bay in nearby Freycinet National Park. Douglas-Apsley National Park is just over a two-hour drive (174 kilometres) southeast of Launceston.

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Dove Lake

Dove Lake, at the foot of Cradle Mountain, is circled by a six-kilometre track that offers one of Tasmania's best walks. Most of it is on boardwalk and includes views of Cradle Mountain, unexpected beaches on the side of the lake, the ancient Ballroom Forest, a patch of Tasmania's notorious horizontal scrub and the occasional echidna or platypus. Dove Lake is at the northern end of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. It is possible to drive vehicles to the lake however parking may be limited. Your park access fee includes free use of the Dove Lake Shuttle Bus, which departs the visitor centre for Dove Lake regularly.

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Drive Discovery Central Flinders Island

Drive to Walkers Lookout for sunrise over the Darling Range or take an early morning beach walk near Whitemark. In Whitemark take a stroll along the Bluff Fitness Track to allow an hour for the easy coastal walk. Or drive just north of the town and take Bluff Road to view the birdlife in this tidal salt marsh. Continue north stop in at Long Point or Sawyers Bay beaches before making your way to Emita, Settlement Point. Spend time at the historic site of Wybalenna. Picnic and discover the secluded coves and sandy beaches at Allports, Emita and Lillies. With safe swimming and crystal clear waters they are all ideal for snorkelling. Call into the Furneaux Museum in the afternoon (check opening days). Do the coastal walk to Castle Rock from Allports Beach to Marshall Bay. On dusk head to the Shearwater viewing Platform near Port Davies and watch mutton birds return to their burrows to feed their young chicks. Return to Whitemark via Walkers Lookout – magnificent sunset colours along the face of the Darling Range and looking back towards Mt Strzelecki. Remember to wave at passing motorists.

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Drive Discovery North Flinders Island

From Whitemark drive north to Killiecrankie Bay. Stroll along this beautiful beach overlooked by the impressive Mt Killiecrankie. If you have some time get local advice about the best places to fossick for Killiecrankie diamonds or try Diamond Creek, about 2km along the beach. Climb Mt Killiecrankie. Picnic at the free gas barbecue picnic area at Killiecrankie Beach or further north at Palana Beach. At Palana take the signed track to the wide sandy beach that is ideal for a long beach walk or often has enough swell for safe body surfing. The tiny group of shacks at Palana was set up as a Radar Station during WW2 when the fear of a Japanese invasion was at its peak. Observe the lichen covered rocks and enjoy the white sandy beach with sweeping views to Inner Sister Island. Turn off to North East River to see Flinders Island most northern tip experience wildlife, fishing, great beaches with coastal vegetation. Explore the wild ocean beach pounded by surf and follow the estuary to see the variety of seabirds living here. Don't forget to wave at every passing motorist.

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Drive Discovery South East Coast Flinders Island

Begin in Lady Barron, visit the port area or walk along the foreshore to Yellow Beach. Drive north to Cameron Inlet via Lady Barron Road turning off on Lackrana Road – for wetlands, waterbirds and remote beaches. Walk 3 km south from Cameron Inlet along Planter Beach to the Planter Wreck, timber remains of a wreck believed to be the Brigantine shipwrecked in 1877. Continuing north turning off on Lees Road to Patriarch Wildlife Sanctuary, ideal for a barbecue lunch with tables, facilities and free gas barbeque. Return to Lackrana Road and drive on to Patriarch Inlet – migratory wading birds, picnic or beach combing. Take the two hour return beach walk Patriarch Inlet to Red Bluff easy 7 km (2-3 hours return) beginning from the southern end of Patriarch Inlet look at for seashells and other washed up treasures. Take Lackrana Road north to Memana, visit Tobias Furneaux Lookout (off Memana Road) and Walkers Lookout. Return to Lady Barron via the coast road and Badger Corner (turn right at Ranga). Call in at the Adelaide Bay bird hide to view the waters of the Franklin Sound and the ample bird life. Remember to wave at passing motorists!

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Dunalley Golf Club

The Dunalley Golf Club is a scenic nine-hole course at Dunalley, south-east Tasmania. Dunalley is a 50-minute drive south-east of Hobart (61 kilometres) at the northern tip of the Forestier Peninsula. The Golf Club features a generally flat, tight layout with watered greens, tees and surrounds. Narrow fairways, strategically placed bunkers and abundant trees add challenge to your round. The ninth hole is a highlight, requiring a short shot over water to the green. The Club hosts regular competitions including the Saturday men's competition, Wednesday Chicken Run, and Friday ladies' competition. Like many Tasmanian golf courses, the Dunalley Golf Club treats golfers with fantastic views of the surrounding forest and Norfolk Bay. The club house is open for drinks, nibbles and delicious meals Wednesday through to Sunday from noon. Holes: 9, Par: 66, Length: 4032 metres, Australian Course Rating: 61.1.

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Eaglehawk Neck Historic Site

The isthmus of land only a few hundred metres wide at Eaglehawk Neck is the reason Port Arthur was chosen as the site for a prison -- the tiny strip of land was easily patrolled, and in those times few were able to swim and make a break for it that way. A line of dogs, tethered at short intervals, roused the soldiers if anyone tried to get by. The Officers Quarters has been restored as a museum interpreting the history and life at Eaglehawk Neck. The 1832 quarters is reputed to be the oldest wooden military building remaining in Australia.

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East Coast Natureworld

East Coast Natureworld is set amongst 150 acres of natural parkland and lagoons. The perfect place to experience Tasmania's unique animals, birds, reptiles. Operating for over thirty years, Natureworld offers a more intimate, interactive, and ultimately enjoyable experience with Tasmanian wildlife. Originally a birdlife park, Natureworld has evolved into a nature world, where Tasmanian wildlife, birdlife and flora can be seen and appreciated by all. With 150 acres of forest, lagoon and beach frontage the extensive park grounds allow you to wander around at your own leisure. Wheel chair and pram friendly paths allow all to experience the uniqueness of Tasmania up close. Tasmanian devil feeding times are 1000, 1230 and 1530 daily. There is food and drink served for most of the day in the Gallery Cafe. For the wildlife photography enthusiast there is an extensive display of Tasmanian wildlife photography. The shop has a wide range of souvenirs with a wildlife and Tasmania theme. Bicheno is a two-hour-and-15-minute drive (177 kilometres) from Hobart.

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Edward 'Teddy' Sheean Memorial and Sheean Walk

The Edward 'Teddy' Sheean Memorial and Sheean Walk is a military memorial at Latrobe, North West Tasmania. Latrobe is a ten-minute drive south-east of Devonport (9 km). The Walkway begins in Latrobe's main street, where you can see the Edward 'Teddy' Sheean Memorial, commemorating the courage and sacrifice of this young seaman. Born near Latrobe in 1923, Edward 'Teddy' Sheean served aboard the HMAS Armidale during the World War II. While en route to Timor in 1942 the Armidale was attacked from the air and destroyed. Although seriously wounded, Teddy Sheean manned an anti-aircraft gun in defence of the Armidale's survivors, remaining at the gun as the ship sank and sacrificing his life to save his shipmates. Teddy was posthumously Mentioned in Despatches, second only to a posthumous Victoria Cross. A Collins Class Submarine has been named after him - the first Australian warship to be named for a Junior Sailor of the Royal Australian Navy. You can follow the Sheean Walk from central Latrobe to its conclusion at Bell's Parade. Plaques placed along the route commemorate the actions of Australian soldiers who fought in World War II and in the Malaya, Borneo, Vietnam and Korean conflicts.

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Effervescence Tasmania

The "Effervescence Tasmania" Sparkling Weekend serves as a celebration of the world-class sparkling wines emanating from the island state of Tasmania. Described as one of the best sparkling wine festivals in the world, Effervescence Tasmania will celebrate some of the world’s finest sparkling wine in Hobart 10th November and Launceston from 15-17 November 2019. The sparkling producers featured at Effervescence Tasmania are by invitation only, ensuring that the highest quality sparkling wine is presented to guests. In its fourth year now, Effervescence Tasmania in 2018 attracted over 1600 wine enthusiasts over five days and sold out dinners and master classes presented some of the best sparkling wine to have ever been produced in Tasmania.

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