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Central Restaurant at Formby Hotel

You know from the minute you walk in that you’ve found something special. A relaxed atmosphere with superb modern surrounds. The Central Restaurant at the Formby Hotel is renowned for their extensive menu, offering sumptuous dishes from a great shared plate menu to tempting culinary delights for those more daring. Delicious Pizzas, Pasta, Steak and[…] Read More

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Cafe

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Café, at Elizabeth Town, is a 30-minute drive from Devonport and a 45-minute drive from the Launceston Airport. The Cafe is just off the Bass Highway on the road to Cradle Mountain and a member of the new and exciting Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail. Whether it’s a three-course meal, glass[…] Read More

Cradle Coast Olives

Nestled between Cradle Mountain and the Coast at Abbotsham, Cradle Coast Olives is renowned for producing Australia’s finest extra virgin olive oils. Four times winner of Best Australian Olive Oil, Australian National Olive Oil Awards. Winner of Best Oil Southern Hemisphere, Best Oil of Show 2018 Australian International Olive Awards. Our brisk autumns and early[…] Read More

Earthwater Cafe

Earth water Café is situated two minutes drive from Mole Creek township, on the way to the Marakoopa and King Solomon Caves and Cradle Mountain. Enjoy Tasmanian roasted coffee and delicious homegrown and local food. Come and relax to the sounds of bubbling Sassafras Creek, with views of majestic Mount Roland, and their own beautiful[…] Read More

Ghost Rock Tasmania

Ghost Rock Wines is a family-owned winery, located on the beautiful coastline of Northern Tasmania, just 15 minutes from Devonport/Spirit of Tasmania terminal and one hour from Launceston and Cradle Mountain. Ghost Rock’s Cellar Door and Eatery overlooks their vineyards, with striking views of the ocean, rolling patchwork hills and mountains. Open Thursday to Sunday[…] Read More

Hellyers Road Distillery

Australia’s largest boutique whisky distillery is located in Burnie, an easy 30-minute drive from Devonport’s Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal. The Visitor Centre is open daily from 1000 to 1630, (except public holidays), offering superb cafe fare and breathtaking views across the Emu Valley precinct. Visitors can enjoy a fully interpreted tour of the distillery[…] Read More

Hursey Seafoods

“It is not just all about our Southern Rock Lobster” – You will know you have arrived at Hursey Seafoods when you see the Big Red Cray, nestled under the Nut beside the sea. There is plenty of room to park in a large car park area close to the docks. Often you will see[…] Read More

Infuse Coffee Roasters

Infuse Coffee Roasters are located in the beautiful coastal seaside city of Burnie in Tasmania. A quaint renovated workers cottage built in the 1900s. Their Espresso Bar serves its award-winning blends and single origin coffees and their wonderful homemade biscuits (no food). The roastery has a range of alternative brewing devices, barista tools, coffee accessories,[…] Read More