Tag Archives: dining
May
29
2013

Let your taste buds go wild with the selection of delicious fresh produce, including seafood, cheese and beef, available at King Island! Continue reading

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Apr
25
2013

Whet your appetite at Tasmania’s iconic eating hotspot, North Hobart! Continue reading

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Mar
05
2013

Would you consider yourself a massive fan of seafood? Want to taste grilled Tasmanian Atlantic salmon, curried scallop pie and Tasmanian pacific oysters with bacon and worcestershire sauce? Then make sure to mark Mures Fish Centre on your Hobart travel … Continue reading

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Feb
12
2013

Tuck into some truly mouth-watering dishes at the line of restaurants along Hobart’s popular hangout spot, Salamanca Place. Continue reading

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Feb
06
2013

Feeling peckish after a long day out in Devonport? Visit these hot spots for a bite to eat! Continue reading

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Sep
06
2012

If you have a love for gardening and all things green, then make your way to the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens to witness the spring season’s new offerings! Continue reading

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Jul
28
2012

Hobart is often described as Tasmania’s entertainment and cultural centre, with a vibrant nightlife and arts scene. Continue reading

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Jul
23
2012

For many people, the best part of Hobart is a short walk away from the tourist centre and uphill from Elizabeth Street towards NoHo – the cheeky name locals have come up with for North Hobart. For almost six city … Continue reading

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Aug
09
2011

Degustation ranges from sashimi grade tuna tartar, crayfish cannaloni, heritage pork belly and seared duck breast. The duo of Cape Grim beef (a perfectly red eye-fillet twinned with a braised, no less tender fillet of cheek) and the Derwent Valley raspberry parfait inspired lick-the-plate ideas. Continue reading

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