Why is it that some towns attract the attention of Think Tasmania writers more than others? Take the town of Latrobe in the state’s north west coast region, for example. We’ve written so many articles about business owners from that area, with many more still on the “potential” list. Maybe it’s opportunity. Maybe it’s good communication from the business owners to Think Tasmania. Or maybe… the town of Latrobe is just worthy of attention!
Town of Latrobe: Tasmanian Favourite
Here at Think Tasmania, we don’t pretend to be a directory, listing all and sundry. There’s plenty of others who do that; the phone number and website of a business is easy enough to find if you know where to look. What we aim to provide is this: details of impartial, first-hand experiences (only the good ones, mind you!). We give our readers a reason to visit somewhere themselves.
Here’s a sample of our thoughts about the town of Latrobe so far. Hopefully we’ve inspired locals and visitors to take a look at some of these places and meet some of these people….
La Dolce Vita ~ a new cafe near Station Square, offering light lunches, coffee and snacks, with specialty cakes and catering by Demelza Harkness.
By the Brooke ~ an upholstery, furniture and home-wares store, also in Latrobe.
The Cherry Shed ~ a well-known and popular spot on the gourmet food trail, a place to lunch and indulge in a multitude of cherry flavours.
Lorraine McNeair ~ one of our regular contributors is also a volunteer at the Information Centre; no doubt one reason we have so many stories about Latrobe.
Latrobe Federal Band ~ a celebration of 140 years of quality music revolving around family, community and Tasmanian history.
Reliquaire ~ many people will tell you this is the best and most unique shopping experience in Tasmania… and it’s central in the town of Latrobe.
Other Great Place to Visit: Town of Latrobe
ETC Bakery ~ located 35kms away at Elizabeth Town on the Bass Highway, a 25 min drive from Latrobe will offer up another foodie experience.
Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail ~ speaking of experiences for food lovers, it’s something the surrounding region does really well.
Children ~ when arriving in Devonport via the Spirit of Tasmania with kids on board, you may be interested in this itinerary, a day trip fit for kids of all ages.
Cradle Coast Tours ~ take a tour with Howard and you could start the adventure by sampling the highlights of the town of Latrobe and then the surrounds.
This trio of articles all mention Latrobe in their collection of great places to see:
I’m sure there will be many more articles published in the future that feature Latrobe as well. It’s just one of those towns! If you have a place you’d like one of the Think Tasmania writers to visit (either in Latrobe or a different Tasmanian town or region altogether) please don’t hesitate to extend an invitation.
The images shared to highlight the Town of Latrobe were collated from previous articles (links included) published by Think Tasmania. They were either provided by business owners to Think Tasmania, or taken by our contributors. See the original articles for photographer’s details, or contact Think Tasmania to request more information.
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