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St Marys Seaview Farm

686 Germantown Road, St Marys TAS 7215
St Marys Seaview Farm is the perfect place to relax with warm fires, beautiful gardens, breathtaking views and great walks. Accommodation is either in the 100 year old Sky Cottage (three bedrooms, sleeps seven in single beds, shared facilities) or in the ensuite units (three double, one twin share). All have linen, and the units, with magnificent views of ocean, mountains and timbered hills, also have tea, coffee, electric blankets and heaters. The large kitchen in the cottage is shared by all guests but the cottage guests have their own cosy lounge with wood fire. It is BYO food but there are free herbs picked fresh from the garden. Chemical-free beef and lamb grown on the farm, as well as blueberries, can be purchased on site, when arranged prior to stay. For those unfamiliar with animals, you can feed and touch pet sheep, see the dog round up the sheep or get close to the cows. There also are three over-friendly dogs. Seaview Farm is a destination in itself as well as being central to many East Coast attractions.
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Eden Orchard and Farmstay

22 Supplice Road, Cygnet TAS 7112
Eden Farmstay at Cygnet in Tasmania's South is more then just self-contained family accommodation. The farm stay has been set up with families in mind, spacious and comfortable. We have three and four bedroom accommodation, Eden and Farmhouse, with comfortable ensemble beds and electric blankets. There's a range of books, toys, games and DVDs in both. In front of the farm stay you'll find a shared, enclosed garden area with playground, bunnies and barbecue. Kites are available, fossils to be found, and Dad hasn't been forgotten with great fishing spots close by and fishing rods are available. Set on a 40-acre farm, 45-minute drive from Hobart and ten-minute drive from local beaches, the perfect place for a rural vacation. There's a range of farm animals including cows, alpacas, goats, pigs, turkeys and chickens. Join your hosts in the late afternoons on their rounds to feed all the animals, most of them will eat out of your hand, even the big cows cannot resist a juicy apple, a great experience for young and old. You'll be within driving distance of several attractions including Tahune Air Walk, Bruny Island, Hastings Cave, Ida Bay Railway, Huon Jet Boat, local wineries and art galleries.
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Horse Haven Farmstay

179 Judds Creek Road, Judbury TAS 7109
Horse Haven Farmstay, experience farm life and trail-riding at Judbury in the Huon Valley. Horse Haven Farmstay is a very cosy place, country style, with friendly atmosphere in a beautiful, tranquil setting with flowers, trees, and running water. The farm is worked on organic principles and we are environmentally conscious. Come and relax, enjoy, be spoiled or be active - go horse riding, bushwalking, fishing, bird watching, or participate in farm activities such as milking, bread or jam making. Ideally located to do day trips in the Huon Valley, visit the Tahune Forest Airwalk and experience the southern forests, take a ferry trip to Bruny Island and climb Australia's second oldest lighthouse, visit the boat builders at Franklin, and Hastings Caves and Ida Bay Railway, at Lune River. Enjoy homemade wholesome food, cakes, and sourdough bread are available on request. We try to cater for your individual needs. We have lots of happy animals, including a dog, cat, horses, goats, chooks and a sheep. This is a place where simple things matter; clean air, fresh water, friendly people and animals, wholesome food and a good atmosphere. Languages spoken are German and English. Breakfast is available at an additional cost.
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Taras Richmond Farmstay

31 Ogilvie Lane, Richmond TAS 7025
Taras Richmond Farmstay offers 4 different accommodation types. Two modern farm cottages (each with 2 bedrooms, sleeping 5 people), the Wellington studio (for couples) and the Sugarloaf apartment which also offers disabled/wheelchair access for couples and families too (sleeps 5 people also). The accommodation is clean, modern and self-contained with kitchen facilities, barbecue, patio, washing machines, tasty breakfast provisions included with freshly baked bread and prize-winning jams. The property has off-street, level, free parking. Situated on a small farm, guests are welcome to explore at leisure. Join or our daily farm tour (fee, in-house guests only). Children are welcome and can interact with farm animals including sheep, chickens, ducks, alpacas, pony and more. Pick and eat fresh fruits from our garden in season. The property has views over paddocks to Mount Wellington and surrounding countryside, so relax, enjoy peace and rest. Richmond is a three-minute drive away where you can visit the historic bridge, rich history, Old Hobart Town, Richmond Gaol or Zoo Doo, vineyards, cherry and apricot orchards. Longer stay and group discounted rates may apply, contact operator for details....
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Laurel Cottage

9 Wellington Street, Richmond TAS 7025
Mellow handmade bricks glowing in the soft light, Laurel Cottage has apparently changed little since it was built in 1830. Step through the front door into the peace of another age. The furniture is colonial and theres a comforting wood fire. But clever restorers have been at work - theres now also electric heating, TV and radio and all the other comforts of modern life. Stroll round the leafy lanes in this historic village. Admire the Georgian cottages, the churches and the lovely old stone bridge. Feed the ducks on the river. Explore the galleries and the antique shops, the tea rooms and restaurants. Pick out a place for a quiet dinner. Return to the privacy and comfort of your country cottage and enjoy the twilight in your flowery garden.
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Curringa Farm Accommodation

5831 Lyell Highway, Hamilton TAS 7140
Curringa Farm offers fully self-contained farmstay cottages near Hamilton, a one-hour drive from Hobart in central Tasmania. Curringa Farm is a 300 hectare, ECO-Certified family farming property. These 9 beautiful cottages are tucked away in total seclusion, overlooking picturesque Lake Meadowbank. Set in natural bushland they are an ideal place for swimming, boating, trout fishing, or lazing in the sun. All have spa baths, gas barbecues and large decks to take in the views. Wedgetail Wings is a two bedroom, two bathroom house with huge living room and complete dishwasher kitchen. Seaglenest is a romantic studio built for two and the original two-bedroom Over the Back sleeps five with cosy wood fire heating. Enjoy year-round licensed fishing for salmon or trout. Explore the property to see sheep, poppies, cabbages and conservation areas. Lambs are born September to October. Farm tours and shearing demonstrations available on request between August and April. Take our hearty country breakfast provisions before exploring nearby Rivers Run touring route region. Close to Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls. Use Curringa Farm as a base for day trips throughout central and southern Tasmania. An ideal stopover between Strahan and Hobart. Ecotourism with excellence....
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Demeter Farm Cabin

200 Scotts Road, Lapoinya TAS 7325

This brand new holiday accommodation is situated at 200 Scotts Road Lapoinya circa 20 min. drive to the West of the bustling little town of Wynyard. It is part of a working biodynamic farm and there is also a big vegetable garden with some surplus supplies at most times.
Pets are welcome, but as there are cattle and sheep on the farm, dogs must be kept under control.

The cosy little cabin has two bedrooms: the main one has roomy inbuilts and the second one has a bunk bed with a double mattress below and a single one above. There is also a cot available. All bed-linen is pure cotton, the doonas are Australian wool and there are woollen underlays in every bed.

  • Flat rate all year round: $140 per night for the first two people staying in the same room and $25 for each additional person.
  • Pay for 5 nights, receive another one for free.
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Penguin Valley Farm

88 Browns Lane, Penguin TAS 7316
Penguin Valley Farm, in Tasmania's North West, offers bed and breakfast cabin accommodation for two. The farm is located in 60 acres of wooded valley, close to the pretty coastal village of Penguin. The farm's self-contained cabin, which overlooks Penguin Creek, has a fully equipped kitchen, ensuite bathroom and undercover outdoor seating area with barbecue. Other facilities include a television, CD and DVD players and a book and DVD library. Breakfast provisions are supplied. The cabin is also close to the farmhouse where guests are always welcome for a chat. Penguin Valley Farm also has a hardwood plantation, native bushland and dam with resident platypus. Birds abound on the farm, with wedge-tailed eagles and grey goshawks being frequent visitors. You can swim at the nearby beaches or watch penguins return to their burrows at dusk. Other local attractions include markets, cafes and restaurants, vineyards, museums, galleries and bush walks.
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Talune Farm

1106 Woodbridge Hill Road, Gardners Bay TAS 7112
Talune Farm offers self contained cabin accommodation in a peaceful rural setting four kilometres from the small town of Cygnet. The cabins consist of a kitchen/sitting room with all cooking facilities electric heater and television and bathroom with shower over bath. There is a double bedroom and a small bedroom with three bunk beds. All linen is provided. The cabins are situated at the edge of the farm with room for children to play. Ten minutes drive will take you to pristine beaches safe for swimming and exploring rock pools. This is the perfect position for touring the beautiful Huon Valley and D'Entrecasteaux Channel. Magnificent coastlines, rural drives, mountains, caves, forests, natural thermal pool and local crafts are all close by. Discounted rates for longer stays. Pets are welcome, conditions apply....
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Partridge Farm

310 Badger Corner Road, Whitemark TAS 7255
Partridge Farm offers unit accommodation on scenic Flinders Island, Tasmania. Escape to a beautiful retreat and spend time on a peaceful hobby farm. There are three modern units; the Top House, Retreat and Bed and Breakfast Bungalow. Each unit has panoramic views of Franklin Sound and other islands. Top House is a nature lovers' joy surrounded by spectacular bushland with honeyeaters, tree creepers and timid wallabies at dusk. It has a charming attic bedroom as well as two bedrooms downstairs. It has a spacious lounge and fully equipped kitchen. The Retreat is nestled in beautiful eucalypt forest and some of the best natural bushland in the area. It is appointed with a full kitchen, king-size bed and additional trundle bed for an extra guest. The Bungalow overlooks beautiful bushland where the farm animals graze and breakfast is included. This unit has a double bedroom with ensuite and spa room. Enjoy fishing, swimming and bushwalks along the superb coastline of Flinders Island. Flinders Island is a short 35-minute flight from Launceston, Tasmania.
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Springfield Deer Farm

20 Azels Road, Mole Creek TAS 7304
Springfield Deer Farm cottage accommodation is near Deloraine, Cradle Mountain and limestone caves at Mole Creek. The cottage sleeps up to four guests and has a separate bedroom with a queen size bed, a lounge room with a king size bunk bed and a camp bed is available for a third child. It has its own private bathroom, laundry facilities, kitchen and a verandah with an outdoor setting great for enjoying the view or for a barbecue. Find us on Facebook. The farm is nestled at the foot of the Great Western Tiers and is a fully working deer farm with about six hundred free range deer. This gourmet food region offers delicacies such as honey, cheese, raspberries, smoked salmon and fruit wines all within a 40-minute drive. While staying in the area, take time to visit the caves, wildlife park and Sheffield, the town of murals. With Cradle Mountain only a 90-minute drive away, it's an ideal location to make a day trip to a region of awesome beauty and inspiration. Wildlife on the farm abounds with black cockatoos, wallabies and brushtail possums.
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Blue Gate Farmhouse

South Road, Currie TAS 7256
Blue Gate Farmhouse offers self-contained accommodation 20 minutes drive south of Currie, on King Island. Blue Gate Farmhouse is set on a 28 acre property, in the tranquil and natural environment of the rolling hills at Pearshape. Blue Gate offers spacious and comfortable accommodation in a farmland setting with ocean views and the best part is you only have to share it with the local wildlife. Blue Gate Farmhouse has a large open plan living area and two bedrooms accommodating four guests. The kitchen includes gas and microwave cooking facilities. Heating is provided by a wood heater. Water for drinking, bathing and washing is provided by rainwater tanks. Enjoy a wine on the veranda as you watch the sunset, treat yourself to a barbecue of King Island beef or try some of the local seafood.

Tourism Tasmania

Level 2, 22 Elizabeth Street, Hobart TAS 7000

Tourism Tasmania

Level 2, 22 Elizabeth Street, Hobart TAS 7000
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Top Pub

8 Agnes Street, Rosebery TAS 7470
The Top Pub offers hotel accommodation in the mining town of Rosebery on Tasmania's west coast. The Top Pub has ensuite rooms and standard rooms with shared bathroom facilities. It has a public bar, gaming lounge and keno, dining room/restaurant, function room, bottle shop, and guest lounge. Rosebery has beautiful mountains and rainforests, it allows the peace seeker to find solitude and beauty at ever turn. It caters to the bush walker, the bike rider, the fisherman and the person just looking for something different. One of Tasmania's highest waterfalls Montezuma Falls (104 metres) are located between Rosebery and Zeehan. The track will take you through open park-like rainforest that includes leatherwood, myrtle, sassafras, giant tree ferns and eye-catching fungi. You're sure to get close to several different birds along the way,...

East Coast Escape

Orford, Orford TAS 7190
A route that lets you explore fishing villages, penguin rookeries, vineyards, off-coast islands, National Parks, mountains and gorges. The renowned Freycinet Peninsula has Wineglass Bay, recognised as one of the world’s top beaches. Beyond Bicheno, the pristine beaches continue with names like Chain of Lagoons and Bay of Fires. Oysters, mussels, abalone and scallops are farmed in the clean waters, lobsters are retrieved from pots, and licensed divers seek out their fortune harvesting wild abalone along the unspoiled coast. The trip to Orford offers the chance to travel beside an original convict road - the stony remains of one of Australia’s first highways. Off-shore, the convict heritage continues on Maria Island, with evocative ruins and a restored penal settlement....
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The Railway Hotel Queenstown

27-35 Driffield Street, Queenstown TAS 7467
The Queenstown Railway Hotel provides family and backpacker style accommodation at Queenstown, on Tasmania's West Coast. At the Queenstown Railway Hotel you'll enjoy all the modern facilities and convenience you need. There are six ensuite rooms accommodating 15 guests and 10 standard rooms with shared bathroom facilities accommodating 20 guests. There are laundry facilities which includes a washing machine and a clothes dryer. The hotel has a public bar, dining room, Oasis, Ubet, Keno and there is plenty of off street car parking available. There's plenty to do, visit the Galley Museum where you'll see the West Coast's dramatic history displayed, go fishing for trout in Lake Burbury, play a round or two of golf or take a mine tour at Mount Lyell, Australia's oldest working copper and gold mine. At nearby Strahan, take a cruise up the Gordon River, walk in the rainforest, take a unique train journey through unspoilt rainforest from Queenstown to Strahan, or vice versa, on the West Coast Wilderness Railway. Above all, watch the colours of the Queenstown hills in the changing light and ponder the drama that changed their appearance, which is now changing again....

The River Cafe Beauty Point

225 Flinders Street, Beauty Point TAS 7270
Great Coffee, Delicious Food and a Fantastic View. The River Cafe offers an extensive menu specialising in local, wild caught Tasmanian seafood. A wide range of gluten free and vegetarian options are also available. Located just 15 minutes from the Tamar Valley's finest wineries, five minutes from Beaconsfield Mine and Heritage Center and 100 metres past Seahorse World and Platypus House, the River Cafe is perfectly situated to meet your dining needs....

Launceston and North

Launceston, Launceston TAS 7250
Free settlers established Launceston on the River Tamar in 1806. Today, the city has many fine Victorian buildings dating back to the 1870s and 1880s sitting comfortably alongside elegant contemporary architecture and a modern lifestyle. Cool climate wines and fine dining are the essence of the new Launceston experience and the city is a perfect base from which to explore the surrounding region. Cataract Gorge is a unique natural wonder only a 15-min walk from the city centre and not far from the J Boag and Son historic brewery. Further afield, the River Tamar flows north from Launceston to George Town and Bass Strait, past forested hills and pastures, lavender plantations, vineyards, strawberry farms and orchards. If you have an interest in fine wine and fresh produce then follow the Tamar Valley Wine route where you'll find dedicated makers inspired by the rich surrounding farmland ready to share their stories with you while you sample their wares. North-east of Launceston is Scottsdale and the popular port and seaside town of Bridport, famous for fishing and Barnbougle Dunes links golf course - Australia's No 1 public course. Nearby are the purple lavender fields at Nabowla. Beneath the Great Western Tiers west of Launceston is the pretty town of Deloraine. Every year the town hosts Australia's biggest working craft fair, while to the south down the Midland Highway are examples of Tasmania's living history. In Evandale, Longford, Campbell Town and Ross, you'll find World Heritage listed estates, 19th century grand country manors, early workers' cottages and peaceful town centres that are home to thriving country communities. ...

Mole Creek Karst National Park

B12, Mole Creek TAS 7304
NOTE: Marakoopa Cave is currently closed – no access due to flood damage. Mole Creek Karst National Park, in Northern Tasmania, features richly decorated limestone caves. The Park is 40 minutes west of Deloraine and a short drive from the village of Mole Creek. Mole Creek Karst National Park protects deep limestone caves of superb stalactites, stalagmites and columns, glow worm displays, subterranean streams and cathedral caverns. The Park is best known for the superb Marakoopa and King Solomons Caves, which are open to the general public, but its 1,345 hectares (3,324 acres) contains a total of 300 caves and sinkholes. You can view the caves on guided tours which depart several times each day, or join a specialised adventure-caving experience. If you plan to visit both Marakoopa and King Solomons Caves, remember that it will take about 15 minutes to drive between the two. There is an entry fee to explore the caves, and national park entry fees also apply to other areas of the Park. Current park passes must be purchased for entry to Tasmania's national parks. For full details please visit the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife website....

Federation Chocolate

2 South Street, Taranna TAS 7180
Federation Chocolate is a chocolate factory at Taranna, on the Tasman Peninsula. Taranna is a 75-minute drive from Hobart (88 km) and located 15 minutes before the Port Arthur Historic Site (10 km). Federation Chocolate is a family-owned Tasmanian business producing fine handmade chocolates and fudge. In the Federation Chocolate Factory, opened in 2004, you can watch the fine art of chocolate making through purpose-built viewing windows. Taste samples from the tempting range, including unusual varieties like liquorice and apple, and choose a few blocks of your favourite to take home. Federation Chocolate is owned and operated by the Maurice and Helen Curtis....