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41 Degrees South Salmon Farm & Ginseng Farm
Deloraine
41 Degrees South is a fish farm, wetland and ginseng plantation near Deloraine, northwest Tasmania. 41 Degrees South is a family-owned business focusing on ecologically sustainable aquaculture. Located in native bushland, the farm grows salmon in natural conditions, without chemicals or antibiotics, using environmentally sustainable practices. 41 Degrees South also has an organic ginseng plantation, and is a pioneer of commercial ginseng farming in Tasmania.
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Farming, Food and Produce; Natural Attractions; Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks;
Arthur River
Arthur River
The tiny west coast settlement of Arthur River is the northern entry to the Western Explorer to Corinna. From Arthur River you can also head into the forest for four-wheel drive explorations or take a cruise on the lower reaches of the Arthur River. The Arthur River flows through tall eucalypt forests and rainforests to the sea.
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Arve Forest Drive
Geeveston
The Arve Road Forest follows the valley of the Arve River, with wet eucalypt forest and rainforest. The Esperance Forest and Heritage Centre in Geeveston - introduces you to the forests and the areas heritage. There are rafting and canoeing tours down the Picton River at the Tahune Forest Reserve. The Picton River with its reflections is perfect for photography, painting and fishing, as well as rafting and kayaking.
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Categories: Natural Attractions;
Bay of Fires / The Gardens
Binalong Bay
Bay of Fires is a picturesque region north of St Helens on Tasmania's northeast coast.
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Categories: Natural Attractions;
Ben Lomond National Park
Ben Lomond
Summer or winter, the craggy Ben Lomond National Park plateau, northern Tasmania, attracts adventure seekers.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; National Parks and Reserves;
Blue Shed
St Helens
Blue Shed Restaurant, Provedore and Fishmonger are located in St Helens, on Tasmania's East Coast.
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Farming, Food and Produce; Landmarks and Buildings; Natural Attractions; Shopping;
Brickendon Historic Farm and Convict Village
Longford
Brickendon Historic Farm and Convict Village is located just outside Longford, in northern Tasmania. Built by William Archer in 1824, the village is still owned by his descendents.
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Categories: Farming, Food and Produce; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens;
Bridestowe Lavender Farm
Nabowla
The Bridestowe Lavender Estate is located in Nabowla, in Tasmania
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens;
Bruny Island Berry Farm
Bruny Island
Bruny Island Berry Farm is located on breathtaking Bruny Island south of Hobart. Enjoy delicious berries, either freshly picked or pick your own. Escape, relax and enjoy the picturesque landscape and stunning beachfront location. Savour our yummy berry ice creams as you wander along the tranquil creek banks or browse in our shop for assorted berry jams, sweets and berry-themed gifts.
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Categories: Farming, Food and Produce; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens; Scenic Drives and Walks;
Bruny Island Neck
Bruny Island
Bruny Island Neck is an isthmus of land connecting north and south Bruny Island, southern Tasmania. Located 40 kilometres/25 miles from Hobart, Bruny is Tasmania's fourth largest island, accessed by a passenger/vehicle ferry from Kettering.
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