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East Coast Natureworld
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East Coast Natureworld

Tasman Highway, Bicheno, Tasmania, 7215
Email: info@natureworld.com.au
Website: www.natureworld.com.au
9007999 Phone Number: 61 03 6375 1311
Fax Number: 61 03 6375 1736

East Coast Natureworld is a premier wildlife and ecology park near Bicheno, in Tasmania’s east coast. The park is located on 65 hectares (150 acres) of natural parkland and lagoons, north of bicheno. Here, you can see free-ranging native Australian wildlife up close, including wombats, kangaroos, bettongs, koalas, pademelons, lorikeets, pelicans and swans. Natureworld also operates as a rescue, breeding and rehabilitation sanctuary for orphaned or injured wildlife. Other features include devilworld, a state of the art, interactive interpretation centre focussing on the Tasmanian devil. You can see over 200 snakes and lizards in reptileworld and witness the after-dark habits of australian native animals at nocturnalworld. Feeding times are at 10:00am and 3:30pm each day. Check out the newly restored east coast heritage and mining display with an 1850’s mine & rescued mining equipment, whilst learning about coastal history. Natureworld also has a playground, old mcdonalds farm, scenic lookout and walk-through aviaries. Take a scenic flora walk through the forest, or enjoy homemade soup with damper and 'devil cream teas' at the devil’s den restaurant. Bicheno is a two hour and 15 minute drive (177 kilometres/110 miles) from Hobart.

Gallery Artspaces
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Gallery Artspaces

7 Vicary Street, Triabunna, Tasmania, 7190
Email: galleryartspaces@bigpond.com
9138175 Phone Number: 61 03 6257 3311
Fax Number: 61 03 6257 3399

Gallery Artspaces is an art and craft gallery in Triabunna, on Tasmania’s east coast. The gallery features high quality Tasmanian products on display. The focus for Gallery Artspaces is exclusively on Tasmanian artists producing art and craft work. Whilst browsing the gallery, why not grab a bite to eat or a beverage from the onsite cafe. The Artspaces cafe uses Australian grown and roasted coffee and sources local produce when available for its various meal options. Gallery Artspaces is open every day of the year. Light lunches are served daily in the cafe. Artspace also hosts special events such as ‘Blue Nights’ on a regular basis. Be surrounded by Tasmanian art, including indigenous artists, in a contemporary and relaxed atmosphere. Triabunna is about an hours’ drive (84 kilometres/53 miles) north east of Hobart.

Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe
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Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe

5 Story Street, St Marys, Tasmania, 7215
Email: elaine@purplepossum.com.au
Website: www.purplepossum.com.au
9188906 Phone Number: 61 03 6372 2655

Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe is located in St Marys in the scenic Fingal Valley. The Purple Possum is a wholefood store, a cafe and a mini-gallery plus a bric-a-brac shed in the garden all rolled into one. The cafe's mini-gallery section displays the works of local photographers, artists and crafts people. Nearby in St Marys there is a fibre and textiles gallery. The historic railway station just out of town is now an interesting memorabilia museum. The quaint and quirky cafe is a meeting place for local townsfolk and a focal point for tourists. The Purple Possum offers tasty, healthy food, vegie burgers and fresh salads with herbs straight from the garden. Specialties include date scones and rhubarb cake baked on the premises. Coffee is served just as customers like it. The wholefoods section stocks a large range of wholefoods sold in small or large quantities, as well as local honey, organic vegetables, sweets and special dietary needs. The Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe is about 30 minutes from Bicheno to the south via Elephant Pass and 30 minutes from St Helens to the north via St Marys Pass. The East Coast beaches are 20 minutes away.

Ugly Duck Out - The
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Ugly Duck Out - The

2 Franklin Street, Swansea, Tasmania, 7190
Email: eat@theuglyduckout.com.au
Website: www.theuglyduckout.com.au
9122823 Phone Number: 61 03 6257 8850

Enjoy the Environmental Art Gallery at The Ugly Duck Out on Tasmania’s sunny east coast. Resident artist Robyn Klobusiak uses the mediums of photography and paint to create a fusion of art and nature. Her images call for the wild world to endure. Beyond recording the beauty of nature, Robyn’s Environmental Art cries out for its protection. She hopes her work inspires people to change behaviour, conserve nature and nurture our planet’s vanishing spirit. Photographic images, painted rocks and painted skulls of road kill feature at the gallery. All her work is designed to touch peoples’ hearts, change peoples’ minds and perhaps provoke action. At the very least it reminds us of our earth’s inspiring beauty and visually challenges us to define the line between our nature and our art. The casual family restaurant within the gallery specialises in dietary requirements. The globally inspired menu features produce from the on-site vegetable and herb garden. All other produce, meats and seafood are locally and sustainably sourced. Try the Wallaby Goulash, East Coast Calamari or the locally cured bacon and eco-pig. The Ugly Duck Out is also a holder of Ecotourism Australia Accreditation.

Freycinet Marine Farm Sales Room
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Freycinet Marine Farm

1784 Coles Bay Road, Coles Bay, Tasmania, 7215
Email: freycinetmarinefarm@bigpond.com.au
Website: www.freycinetmarinefarm.com
9038090 Phone Number: 61 03 6257 0140
Fax Number: 61 03 6257 0140

The Freycinet Marine Farm Sales Room is located near Coles Bay on Tasmania’s east coast. The sales room is open every day from 9am until 5pm, offering freshly harvested mussels, oysters and local Tasmanian Rock lobster for sale. Sit at one of the picnic tables or enjoy lunch on one of the coastal beaches. Tasmanian wine and beer is also available from the sales room. The farm is made up of six different growing regions totaling just less than 185 acres and is a mixture of estuarine and fully marine growing areas. The estuarine areas are in the Great Swanport river estuary. The marine zones are offshore from the Freycinet National Park and are open to the Southern Ocean to the south. Cool clean water forms the basis of the farm. The water is pure and therefore so are the oysters. In fact, you can taste the clean waters of Tasmania’s east coast with every oyster that passes your palate. The farm grows Pacific Oysters in the estuarine areas and Tasmanian Blue Mussels in the fully marine areas. The farm is located 10 kilometres north of Coles Bay, and is a two-and-a-half hour drive from Hobart (200 kilometres/125 miles).

Spring Vale Vineyard
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Spring Vale Vineyard

130 Spring Vale Road, Cranbrook, Tasmania, 7190
Email: sales@springvalewines.com
Website: www.springvalewines.com
9037371 Phone Number: 61 03 6257 8208
Fax Number: 61 03 6257 8598

Spring Vale Vineyard is a small, family-owned winery at Cranbrook, on Tasmania's east coast. Cranbrook is a 15-minute drive north of Swansea (10 kilometres) and forty-five minutes' drive from the Freycinet National Park (50 kilometres). First planted in 1986, the six-hectare (15-acre) vineyard produces Pinot Noir, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay grapes. Spring Vale is known for its intense varietal wines, which reflect the ideal growing conditions of the east coast. The Freycinet region is renowned for having the greatest hours of sunlight in Tasmania, a contributing factor in the intensity and structure of Spring Vale wines. All vineyard operations are carried out by hand, and wines are made on-site. The winery is owned and operated by the Lyne family; the current winemaker, Kristen Cush (formerly Kristen Lyne), is a fifth-generation resident of the property. Built in 1842, the original Spring Vale homestead is one of the oldest properties on the east coast and has been in the Lyne family since 1875. You can taste Spring Vale's range of fine wines at the cellar door and sales room, located in the original convict-built stables.

Freycinet Vineyard

Freycinet Vineyards Pty Ltd

Tasman Highway, Bicheno, Tasmania, 7215
Email: info@freycinetvineyard.com.au
Website: www.freycinetvineyard.com.au
9036872 Phone Number: 61 03 6257 8384
Fax Number: 61 03 6257 8454

Freycinet Vineyard is a family-run vineyard and winery overlooking Tasmania's famed Freycinet National Park. Established in 1980 by Geoff and Susie Bull, the east coast site was selected for its ideal microclimate - long sunshine hours and lean soils that encourage vines to focus on fruit not foliage. The family tradition of winemaking is continued by their daughter Lindy and her husband Claudio Rodenti. You will observe the traditional techniques of barrel fermentation and maturation. Tight-grain French oak casks are used and minimal intervention ensures the wines retain their maximum colour and flavour. You can sample some of the vineyard's handcrafted wines, including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling/Schonburger, cabernet sauvignon and the Rodenti sparkling, against the spectacular backdrop of the Freycinet Peninsula. The vineyard is open to the public for tastings seven days a week, 364 days a year. There are no tours of the vineyard. Freycinet Vineyard is located approximately 15 minutes' drive (18 kilometres/11 miles) south of Bicheno on Tasmania's east coast. Bicheno is just over two-hours' drive from Launceston.

Malahide Golf Club

Malahide Golf Club

Mangana Road, Fingal, Tasmania, 7214
9036296 Phone Number: 61 03 6374 2389

Malahide Golf Club is a nine-hole course situated in Tasmania's rural north east at Fingal. The par 72 course is set in beautiful surrounds with grass greens. It follows a gently undulating landscape with few hills. Greens, tees and fairways are carefully watered. It is open all year round and bookings are not necessary with visitors welcome. Men’s competition is held on Saturday at 11am and Lady’s competition on Wednesday at 11am. The Clubhouse has a bar and snack facilities. There are barbecue facilities also available. Visit the fascinating old mining villages in the hills around Mathinna nearby. Drive to secluded bush walks in the Douglas-Apsley National Park and pristine silver beaches along the east coast nearby, stopping on the way for the best views and pancakes at the Famous Mt. Elephant Pancake Barn. Fingal is about one hour and 20-minutes’ drive (108 kilometres/67 miles) from Launceston.

East Coast Heritage Museum

East Coast Heritage Museum

22 Franklin Street, Swansea, Tasmania, 7190
Email: museum@freycinet.tas.gov.au
Website: www.eastcoastheritage.org.au
9165665 Phone Number: 61 03 6256 5066

The East Coast Heritage Museum is situated in picturesque Swansea on Tasmania’s east coast. Located in the main street of this seaside town the museum incorporates a Visitor Information Centre, War Memorial and the Glamorgan Spring Bay Historical Society Inc. The heritage listed whitewashed building has a commanding view of the Freycinet Peninsula. The old section of the building was once a school house and teacher’s residence, built in 1860 from stone and rubble used in the Waterloo Point Military Station. The renovated building, new gallery and Visitor Information centre opened in December 2011. The museum’s policy is to exhibit and preserve artefacts from the Glamorgan and Spring Bay Municipality for the community, visitors and future generations. The collection of over 5000 items includes an 1880 Historic Fiddleback Blackwood Billiard Table, Thomas Bock’s drawings of George and Mary Meredith, Louisa Anne Meredith’s books and costumes, honour rolls, war medals, convict relics and much more. Admission is by gold coin donation.

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Tasmanian Seafarers Memorial

Esplanade West, Triabunna, Tasmania, 7190
9008780 Phone Number: 61 03 6257 3113
Fax Number: 61 03 6257 3457

The unpredictable seas around Tasmanias coastline have claimed lives since the days of sail. This memorial on the waterfront at Triabunna is dedicated to all Tasmanian seafarers, civilian or members of the armed services, who have lost their lives at sea, and to all those, regardless of occupation, who lost their lives in Tasmanian waters. Plaques are fixed to the top of a low brick wall in the shape of the first Christian symbol, a fish, and the wall is surmounted by an anchor cross.