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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.

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....

Tasmania Distillery

10 Lamb Place (unit 1), Hobart TAS 7000
Tasmania Distillery was established in 1994, after 153 years of prohibition imposed by Governor John Franklin at the urging of his wife Lady Jane – who was pro-temperance. The distillery was founded in Sullivans Cove, Hobart on the Derwent River and from these humble beginnings twenty years later, Tasmania Distillery received the ultimate reassurance that they were onto something good, winning ‘Worlds Best Single Malt’ in the 2014 World Whisky Awards (WWA). Sullivans Cove is the quintessential small-batch luxury whisky. Inspired by nature and ‘Distilled With Conviction’. Made with traditional methods using only the purest Tasmanian ingredients, each barrel is individually bottled to capture subtle variations and the result is one of the best whiskies on the market. Specialising in Single Malt Whisky, Tasmania Distillery is now looking to apply its expertise to other premium spirit categories such as Small Batch Gin. In 2016 the distillery released Hobart No.4, a Tasmanian Dry Gin crafted form high quality malted barley spirit and enriched with four native Australian botanicals; lemon myrtle, anise myrtle, lanceolata & wattleseed. Now located in Cambridge, just outside the award winning Coal Valley wine region the distillery and tasting room are conveniently located on the one premise....

Donaghys Lookout

Off Lyell Highway, Derwent Bridge TAS 7140
This easy three kilometre walk takes you to a lookout with stunning views into Tasmania's western wilderness. The walk climbs a small hill at an easy grade to a sheltered viewpoint with magnificent views of the Franklin and Collingwood Rivers and mountains like soaring Frenchmans Cap. Look for the sign to this 40-minute return walk on the Lyell Highway between the Franklin and Collingwood Rivers, around 45 kilometres from Queenstown....

Tasmanian Camper Trailer Hire

605 Port Sorell Road, Wesley Vale TAS 7307
Tasmanian Camper Trailer Hire in Tasmania's North West give you the opportunity to camp in style. Tasmanian Camper Trailer Hire is a family business and they love camping too! There are two impressive Australian-made off-road camper trailers that come standard with many extras so that Tasmanian Camper Trailer Hire can deliver the ultimate camping experience. You might just want a quiet weekend away or a serious adventure. The choices of destinations on our beautiful island are endless and with Tasmanian Camper Trailer Hire you will enjoy them trouble free in a modern well maintained, fully equipped off road camper trailer. Whether you are travelling alone, as a couple or a large family, Tasmanian Camper Trailer Hire have a camper trailer to suit your needs....

Iron Pot Bay Vineyard

703 Rowella Road, Rowella TAS 7270
We are a small family owner vineyard with cellar door tastings and sales, established in 1988. The vineyard has been producing excellent cool climate wines for 25 years! We have under vine, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir grapes on 5.25 Ha of land. We are renovating a century old cottage adjacent to the vineyard to become the Iron Pot Bay Cellar Door and Tasting Rooms. The beautiful home has many gorgeous features, including Art Nouveau interior timber elements, fire places in every room and a stunning garden with hundred year old trees. Designed by Alexander North to live in while nearby family home, Holm Lea was built, the little cottage has some unique characteristics and will continue to delight visitors as it has done for 109 years! The Mani family welcome you to share in the tranquility, taste some wonderful wines and enjoy a little Tassie history....

Allendale Gardens And Rainforest Walks

Allendale Lane Blanch Road, Edith Creek TAS 7330
Allendale Gardens are beautifully landscaped gardens located next to temperate rainforest in Tasmania’s far north-west. The two and a half hectares (6 acres) of landscaped gardens and lawns sit beside 26 hectares (16 acres) of cool temperate rainforest at Edith Creek. Choose from a number of walking paths, including 10, 15 and 30-minute walks. The paths weave through lovely tree fern glades, eucalyptus and blackwood trees. The forest walk includes a rare and endangered fern species known as hypolepus distans. This is the only substantial find across Australia of this species. In the gardens, different plants feature every month and a garden of 16th and 17th century roses has been developed to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the gardens. Sit down by the natural stream that runs through the property and see if you can spot the resident platypus. Notice the pheasants, peacocks, guinea fowl and pigeons as they wander freely. Enjoy a Devonshire tea in the gardens and look through the Garden Gallery where you will find postcards, posters and books as well as a DVD of the gardens. Allendale Gardens are 10 kilometres (6 miles) south of Smithton and approximately two-hours’ drive (140 kilometres/87 miles) from Devonport....

Alabama Hotel Hobart

Level 1 72 Liverpool Street, Hobart TAS 7000
The Alabama offers boutique budget rooms in the heart of Hobart. The original pubs rooms have been given a new lease on life in this latest version of an old Hobart institution. Each of the 17 rooms are unique, decorated with original art, vintage touches and a personal vibe not found in sterile hotel chains. The Alabama rooms have remained in their original layout since the hotel was opened in the 1850s. While this means there are no ensuite bathrooms, there are a number of male and female showers and facilities on each floor. It also means that the hotel can keep prices as low as possible for guests looking for clean and comfortable accommodation that doesn't break the bank. The Alabama is about as central as you can get in Hobart, just a couple of doors down from the Elizabeth Street Mall. The hotel is easy walking distance to Hobart's vibrant waterfront, excellent city restaurants and pubs, weekend markets and the best coffee in town. The gorgeous deco-façade makes a fantastic backdrop when sitting on the hotel's sunny balcony, watching Hobart go by....

Platypus House

200 Flinders Street, Beauty Point TAS 7270
Platypus House offers the opportunity to view live platypuses and echidnas at Beauty Point, Tasmania. Marvel at these unique animals in daylight conditions in an indoor setting. Tasmanian platypuses and echidnas are unique and cannot be seen anywhere else in the world. You are guaranteed to see both these spectacular egg-laying mammals actively feeding and playing during the guided tour. Learn and be amazed about the biology of both mammals and how they live. Have fun choosing a memento from the gift shop and enjoy a coffee from the café overlooking the Tamar River. Japanese and Chinese language information sheets are available. Platypus House has been established to advance both the science and community awareness of these two unique animals. Platypus House sits on the western banks of the Tamar River at Beauty Point, about a 40-minute drive north of Launceston (44 km)....

Avis Hobart City

2-4 Market Place, Hobart TAS 7000
Quality hire cars for all your car rental needs. Avis, Australia's leading car rental company, has continued to provide that famous 'We Try Harder' service in Australia for more than 50 years. At Avis, we know you want to enjoy your travel time so we've made planning your trip and avoiding lines at the rental counter to get you on your way quickly our priority. With seven locations in Tasmania, including the airports, you will find one that is convenient for you. Avis offers a wide range of latest model, air-conditioned hire cars - you are sure to find a suitable car for all your Tasmania car rental needs. See Australia with Avis!...

Air Adventure Australia

Barnbougle Dunes Airfield, Bridport TAS 7262
Air Adventure has been operating in Australia since 1977 providing private all-inclusive tours to some of Australia's most exciting and remote destinations. The immaculate private aircraft, the 'Outback Jet', raises the bar when it comes to accessing remote Australia. Travel times are significantly reduced allowing more time to explore each destination. Their customized air safaris are developed for people who like to travel in comfort and get off the beaten track, all with an expert guide by their side. Tours include ** 12 Apostles day tour ** 2-4 day golfing tours playing the Barnbougle and/or King Island courses ** Iconic Australia 10 day tour, ** Wet Season Spectacular 5 day tour, ** Tasmania & Her Isles 4 day tour, ** High Flyers Gourmet Trail 7 day tour. We also delight in creating a completely customised experience for our guests....
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Cecil Hotel Zeehan

99 Main Street, Zeehan TAS 7469
An authentic Aussie pub is a rare thing these days, especially one with a resident ghost. Hotel Cecil, and the spirit of Maud Wrathall, has occupied this main street site since 1900, when Zeehan was at its heyday and there were 40 other hotels in the 'Silver City'. Stay in one of their two-bedroom miner's cottages, which are fully self-contained and have lovely brass beds and period touches. Or, if you prefer, there are very nice budget rooms in the hotel with shared facilities, but there is the chance you'll pass Maud in the corridor....

Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs

754 Hastings Caves Road, Hastings TAS 7109
Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs are a 90-minute drive south of Hobart through the Huon Valley. Formed millions of years ago, these great dolomite caves were discovered in 1917 by timber workers. Your Parks and Wildlife guide will take you on a 45-minute guided cave tour. You will discover spectacular subterranean formations including flowstone, stalactites, columns, shawls, straws, stalagmites and the unusual helictites. The cave is spacious and well-lit and there are no narrow passages. There are a number of stairs inside the cave, all equipped with handrails. Opening hours and cave tour times vary throughout the year, so we recommend you check times before arrival. We urge you to arrive 20 to 30 minutes prior to your tour. The Hastings Cave Visitor Centre is your first point of call, this is where you can purchase tickets for cave tours or the Thermal Springs pool. You can swim in the warm thermal swimming pool, fed by a natural spring, the pool temperature is around 28 degrees Celsius, surrounded by forest and ferns with a large picnic/barbecue area and equipped with change rooms, showers and toilets. Souvenirs and light snacks available at the Visitor Centre....

Simon Martin Whips

4 Formby Road, Devonport TAS 7310
Simon Martin Whips and Leathercraft is a one of a kind shop and a great place for the whole family. No where else in Tasmania will you be able to see Australian Stockwhips and Saddles made right under the one roof. Learn about the work that goes into crafting up to 48 strands of leather and witness the taking shape of the World's Longest Stockwhip, that is a ten year project. The retail shop offers a range of products which includes knives, Akubra's, belts, hand bags, boots and much more. Don't miss this unique experience while in Tasmania. Devonport is just over one hours' drive (103 kilometres/64 miles) from Launceston....