It’s almost the weekend, and we’re about to rush out the door and be busy little bees, as usual. But we just wanted to quickly mention Harvest and Cater at Boat Harbour Beach… for reasons that will become apparent to readers in the very near future. Breakfast on the Beach: Harvest and Cater I know we tend to say this about every place in Tasmania, but Boat Harbour Beach is one of our “favourite places”. And to find a cafe like Harvest and Cater, a genuine beachfront cafe serving exceptional food and coffee? Well that’s just extra special. The...Read More
Author: Tania Horne
We love the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens. We’re often asked for information about the best places to visit in Hobart, and this place usually gets a mention. Garden Photos: Hobart School Leavers At certain times of the year, Hobart’s Botanical Gardens will attract school leavers in formal attire. It’s the perfect place for special occasion photos, with so many background-options. Further Reading: Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens We’ve published many articles showcasing the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens. As happens in the hospitality industry, the garden’s restaurant has changed management since we visited. But you may still glean some useful information from our...Read More
We are suspicious of any restaurant telling potential diners (in their title) that they serve “delicious food“. We the diners should collectively be the judge of that, yes? Despite our reservations (or perhaps because of our table reservations!) AWU Delicious Food Chinese Restaurant served exactly what they’d promised. Chinese food that was indeed… delicious! Chinese Restaurant: AWU Delicious Food Alright When we dined at AWU Delicious Food, the Sun Princess cruise ship was docked in Hobart overnight. We thought the waterfront restaurant may have been bursting at the seams, but despite the busy evening our waiter was welcoming and attentive. He made...Read More
Carol Haberle did not restrict her photography to just landscapes. She photographed this beautiful bronze statue of racehorse Malua, the most versatile thoroughbred to race in Australia. Racehorse Royalty in Tasmania Malua won races in distances ranging from 1,100 metres to 5,200 metres. Malua first raced in Tasmania before being sold and moved to the mainland. He won the 1884 Melbourne Cup ~ Greg Hale Carol wrote several articles about the district of Deloraine, home of the bronze Malua racehorse statue. Readers may like the following… Deloraine Articles by Carol Haberle Deloraine and Districts Folk Museum Yarns Artwork in...Read More
Hello! We’re back here on the website after a lovely long break, and officially open for business again. Sadly, we didn’t go cruising around the world or anything QUITE that exciting. But the batteries have been recharged and we’re enthused and motivated about work. We have actually been slowly easing back into regular life already this year via our social media channels. But this is our first website article for 2017, and it’s already autumn! So please get in touch now we’re totally back on deck. Help us resume normality as we’re ever-so keen to hear what you’ve all been up...Read More
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