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Tasmania - 2014 Travel WishList

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I'm awed by this island's beauty and kicking myself for not visiting when I was in Australia in 2009. Guess it's time for a second visit...
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Coles Bay Rd, Coles Bay TAS 7215, Australia
Australia does open-air dining like nowhere else on earth. Enjoy Australian seafood while surrounded by world-class beauty. At the Freycinet Marine Oyster Farm, guests at Saffire get fitted out in waterproof gear to explore the beautiful bay, and...
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Tasmania, Australia
A hike down to Wine Glass Bay in Tasmania's Freycinet National Park is hardly the afternoon stroll that rangers make it out to be. But the effort is more than compensated by the gorgeous views and the wallabies waiting on the sand. Signs tell you...
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Coles Bay Rd, Coles Bay TAS 7215, Australia
Last week we ordered this for breakfast and were told they would closing for three months during winter so best to check if they are open when you are in town.
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650 Lachlan Rd, Lachlan TAS 7140, Australia
A Tasmanian chef leads guests from garden to kitchen at the incredible The Agrarian Kitchen. The sustainable farm-based cooking school is situated in a 19th century schoolhouse at Lachlan, 45 minutes from Hobart in Tasmania’s Derwent Valley. Chef...
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103 Murray St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia
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Outfitted with industrial pendant lamps and wooden communal tables, Garagistes serves biodynamic wines from small island vineyards along with organic labels from France, Italy, and Spain. The restaurant offers...
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141 Bathurst St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia
by Jennie Nunn Specialty cheese shop Bottega Rotolo offers classes in how to make braised eggplant, pasta sauces, and profiteroles. Bottega Rotolo, 61/(0) 3-6234-9978,“To the Plate” courses are $96 per person, including wine. This appeared in the...
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Taranna TAS 7180, Australia
We kayaked halfway around Australia’s heart-shaped island state in four weeks and almost every night dined off what we caught or pried from the sea. When the tide was low, we would pull over and knife oysters and clams from the coral and bake them...
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Unique indigenous ingredients like quandongs, saltbush leaves, and wallaby are making their way into Australian cuisine and having a growing influence on Australia’s distinctive culinary style. Join Neville Poelina from Uptuyu Aboriginal...