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Yolla Tasmania: Photo of the Month

Yolla Tasmania: Photo of the Month

Here is a beautiful photo taken by Carol showing late afternoon in the Yolla region ~ Greg Hale Please send any requests about purchasing Carol's photos to Think Tasmania via email, and we'll forward to the Haberle family. Greg Hale is curating this series for Think...

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Ridgley Tasmania by Carol Haberle

Ridgley Tasmania by Carol Haberle

Here is a photo of Carol's home town: Ridgley Tasmania. The photo was taken by Carol at 1:25pm, 27 January 2010 ~ Greg Hale North West Coast: Ridgley Tasmania Greg's current selection for our Photo of the Month article is very appropriate. Carol's work often featured...

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Hobart, Tasmania
So, scallops... roe on, roe off?
#Hobart #Tasmania #TheBlackFootedPig #ediTAS #EatDrinkTas #scallops #seafood
Oatlands, Tasmania
love all the signs!
#Oatlands #Tasmania #Heritage #Highway #Midlands
Pontville, Tasmania
heard it through the grapevine...
Brendon Walter (former head chef at Stefano Lubiana Wines and Osteria) has taken over the kitchen at Twelve Stones Restaurant in Pontville.
Hope it's true!
#Pontville #Tasmania #TwelveStones #ediTAS #EatDrinkTas #foodie #latergram #PorkBelly
Pictured: lunch from our last visit to Twelve Stones (under previous management)
Richmond, Tasmania
The garden was magnificent... just imagine this picture when spring does its thing! That concludes our week of Prospect House via Insta, but there’s now an article on the website and a Facebook album scheduled for next week. Thanks for your company and have a stellar weekend everyone 😊
#Richmond #Tasmania #luxury #accommodation #ProspectHouse #Hobart #PrivateHotel #garden #hosted
Richmond, Tasmania
Bass Strait scallops with dill pasta, cauliflower, almonds and salmon pearls. There could not be a more opulent dish. Superb.
#Richmond #Tasmania #seafood #foodie #ediTAS #EatDrinkTasmania #Hobart #ProspectHouse #FineDining #hosted

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