Historic Site Visitor Centre, Port Arthur
There is no denying the rich historical significance of Port Arthur. In my opinion the self-guided tour is the best option for taking it all in. I too was a little disappointed with the boat/Isle of the Dead tour. It felt rushed and that the tourist were a hindrance. That being said, do not be discouraged from enjoying the rest of the site. There is history, drama, and architecture to be explored and marveled at. Overall an enlightening and rich experience.
140 Cascade Rd, South Hobart
The brewery tour showed the complete beer making process as well as history. tastings were generous. Lunch was a bit dear but the quality of food was high. Stout pies were flavourful.
Victoria Dock Downstairs 7000, Hobart
If you are looking for fine dining this is not it, sadly the excellent food is marred by the atmosphere. Dated, clunky furniture (no tablecloths), dull decor and hit and miss staff. Far to big and crowded to be pleasant. Please go back to your beginnings, small and quality. The food is generous in size and delightful but the dubious surroundings make it less so. Our wine did not arrive until the entrees were served and then the bread rolls came after entree too!
9 Christmas Hill Rd 7304, Elizabeth Town
I recommend starting with dessert first! Had to go back a few times over to try out a variety of delisious dishes. Book a table to avoid dissapointment.
47 Hampden Rd 7000, Hobart
Great Italian food. Simple as that.
Davey road 7000, Hobart
Love this place - great atmosphere, good value seafood.
103 Murray Street 7000, Hobart
Good service, plates were heated and of course the food was very good. All in all a nice meal. Only spoiler was very loud group nearby.
216 Elizabeth St 7000, Hobart
Great range of Japanese beers and sake, friendly staff, and the Japanese fried chicken (Kare age) is by far the best I've had
4 Victoria St 7000, Hobart
Amazing, sure it can take a little time but the food is incredible
1784 Coles Bay Rd P.O Box 35 7215, Coles Bay
Fantastic oysters, mussels and scallops. Loved the outdoor seating and friendly service
135 Paterson St 7250, Launceston
Have dined here several times since it has become Cataract on Paterson and had a lovely meal every time! Would name this one of the best restaurants in Launceston
5, Knopwood Street 7000, Hobart
Not easy to find unless you know about it already, but the beer selection was great, and the atmosphere was tops! Nice to have quiet beer now and again, or a get together with a few mates. Might even get you're own set of couches! A must see.
32 Wellington St 7250, Launceston
Absolutely delicious! Loved it so much. Only criticism being that it was a bit noisy. Can't blame them too much for being so popular though.
29 Morrison St 7000, Hobart
Great all day breakfast facilities for day/night shift workers, With their range of fresh food and drink it was popular spot, but service was excellent for both sit down and takeaway customers,
12 Franklin Whrf, Hobart
Mona ferries leave from downstairs.