The Best Travel Guide to Tasmania
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Launceston Dining

Eat your way through Launceston and experience perfect examples of paddock-to-plate dining. Geronimo Apertivo Bar and Restaurant is a moody den bursting with regional seasonal produce, most of which is sourced from owner-manager Jeremy Kode’s farm. Dine in an old timber flour mill with extraordinary views of the serene Tamar River at Stillwater. Mud Bar and Restaurant focuses on Asian flavours. Hallams dishes up sustainable line caught fresh seafood. Try the upmarket steakhouse, Black Cow Bistro, with a menu showcasing Tasmanian steak.
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Grandvewe Sheep Cheesery and Hartshorn Distillery

Every day, at any time, you can step behind the scenes to become part of a working cheesery. At Grandvewe, the affinage experience will have you turning, rubbing down, hooping and salting cheese by hand with the head cheesemaker. After honing your newly developed cheese-crafting skills, sit back with the cheese master once more, this time over a tasting. Post tasting, build a cheese platter and take your seat on the balcony overlooking the paddock, the D'Entrecasteaux Channel and bleating sheep – oblivious to the gastronomic delights they have delivered before you. Wash it down with local ginger beer or smooth vodka with little heat but loads of character. The onsite Hartshorn Distillery, produces small-batch ‘sheep’s whey’ vodka. Each bottle hand-sprayed black, hand-written and signed by Ryan Hartshorn himself.
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