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The adventure starts the moment you decide to visit, and all you’ve got to do is pick your pace. You’re best to take your time here, the pace moves a little slower but isn’t that why you’re here?

Eating and drinking your way along the Tasting Trail will take some time, with over 50 producers from Launceston to Smithton. It’s a no judgement zone if you want second lunches, in fact it’s encouraged, but your eyes may be bigger than your stomach and you’ll need a few extra days. We know, sounds tough.

If you’re an art or history buff, we’ve got it in spades. They don’t call Burnie the ‘City of Makers‘ for nothing, and Sheffield is quite literally a canvas. You’ll find the remnants of times passed, old railway lines along the river Don and historic sites perched on the hill in Stanley. After something a bit more fast paced and jam packed? We’ve got you. Hiking, caving, and mountain bike riding are all on the cards, and our roaring forty winds can be quite useful for kite surfing.

Finding gems off the beaten track, the side trips and detours are where all the fun is. The hidden staircase for lovers, accessed only by boat or kayak in Corinna. The walkway to the Edge of the World, where the wind may just blow you straight off. The volcanic plug standing watch over a seaside town just as you turn right off the highway. We’re not hiding them, they’re just waiting for you to explore.  

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Burnie General Services

Burnie Skate Park

Located behind West Park Oval skateboard facilities are located outside the western end of the West Park Oval. The skate park includes tricks and caters for beginners to advanced skaters catering to skateboarders, in-line…
Devonport General Services

Byard Park, Devonport

Byard Park is used for junior football and cricket. Located 33-61 James Street, across from the Devonport Football Club ground and rooms. Nearby facilities include cycle and sealed walking pathways, rubbish bins, car park…
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Wynyard General Services

Cam River Reserve, Somerset

Located along the western banks of the Cam River, this reserve is often referred to as the “Boat Park” with the with the large boat shaped playground. It is a safe fishing spot where…
Ulverstone Attraction

Camp Clayton – Outdoor Adventure

It’s time for outdoor adventure. Find your courage, stretch yourself and take on the BIG FOUR at Camp Clayton! Camp Clayton offers over 20 activities to build relationships, teams and resilience for all ages….
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Wynyard General Services

Cape Bridge Reserve, Wynyard

Located off Saunders Street before the Table Cape Bridge, this is a popular fishing spot has a boat ramp suitable for small craft only. The reserve sits around the half way point of the…
Cape Grim Destination Information

Cape Grim

Cape Grim is the most north-west point of Tasmania. This wildly remote location will blow you away – literally; it’s where the Roaring Forties crash into the coastline after a journey of around 2000…
Smithton Food and Drink

Cape Grim Grill at Kauri Bistro

Tall Timbers Tasmania has a variety of options for a unique dining experience. Whether it is an intimate dinner for two, a family celebration, or just for an enjoyable night out, Tall Timbers is…
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Devonport Food and Drink

Central Bar at Formby Hotel

The place to be. The Central Bar and Lounge at The Formby Hotel in Devonport really is the place to meet. Locals and visitors enjoy a range of beers, wine, top shelf, cocktails, and…
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Devonport Food and Drink

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…
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Latrobe Event 11/08/2024

Chocolate Winterfest, Latrobe

Chocolate Winterfest is Latrobe’s wickedly delicious festival celebrating all things chocolate. It is no coincidence that the Latin name for cocoa, from which chocolate is made, translates as “food of the gods”. Some cultures…
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