Nestled in West Launceston, Cataract Gorge is a city park and natural wonder that boasts breathtaking views, tranquil walking trails, and the world’s longest a single-span chairlift that offers incredible views of the gorge.
There is an abundance of bird life swooping amongst the reeds towering above your head; perched on the wooden bridges, flying off one by one as you approach; and playing in the rivers.
The restaurant menu is intended to showcase the local Tasmanian produce. Our risotto with squid ink and salmon fish cakes washed down with a smooth pinot noir did just that.
Evandale is a National Trust classified Georgian village. It’s unspoiled heritage buildings make it a popular place for tourists.
The stone and timber café overlooks lush green lawns running down to a lake filled with water lilies. The garden features native trees and a herb garden overlooking the raspberry canes in the distance.