Willows Roadhouse on the Tasman Highway in the beautiful Pyengana Valley offer a variety of foods and services and are open Monday to Saturday.
They said the dam would never fail - but it did! Visit the Tin Dragon Interpretation Centre & Cafe and experience the might an fury of a billion litres of water in a state of the art presentation on a 15 metre glass screen. Great coffee,…
Extensive menu catering for all tastes. Wide range of wines, beers & pre-mixed drinks. Childrens menu.
Scottsdale Art Gallery is the largest privately owned art gallery in the North East of Tasmania and has been operating since 2005. The gallery has been architecturally designed to complement the fine art, timber and craft that are showcased.…
Nestled in the lush, fertile valley of Pyengana on Tasmania's North East,Pyengana Dairy Company is open 7 days a week to showcase and offer Australia's finest Cloth Bound Cheddar Cheese.
Lilydale Larder is the ultimate regional food and wine experience – from local produce to award-winning Leaning Church wines to a Tassie providore to a fully-stocked bottleshop.
JoDonny's Cafe Restaurant & Takeaway - Great coffee, Freshly made meals, yummy home cooked treats and wood fired pizzas. Open 7 days - early to late!
Cottage Bakery is a long established business offering quality product and service at a competative price. Consistent State and National award winners in their field.
Cakes, pastries,pies and Gluten free options, using fresh seasonal ingredients. Everything is handmade fresh on our premises. Sandwiches made to order and lovely espresso.
Overlooking Bridport's Andersons Bay, Bridport Cafe is an ideal place to 'do lunch' or just a coffee with home-made cakes and slices. Close to beaches, wineries and fabulous Barnbougle & Lost Farm Golf. Open 9-5, 7 days.
Experience the romance of lavender! Bridestowe Lavender Estate, at Nabowla, Tasmania is considered one of the State's most spectacular vistas during flowering in December and January. The 265 acre site is noted for its manicured fields…
While elsewhere in Tasmania people are tucking up by the fire and going into winter hibernation, North East Tasmania comes alive to celebrate and showcase local arts and crafts annually on the June long weekend.Discover more... + MAP