Tasmania's MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) sits largely hidden in the cliffs. #Australia

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Tasmania's MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) sits largely hidden in the cliffs. #Australia

Our weekend ritual.. Yummy fresh vegies every weekend from the Hmong at the Salamanca Markets..

36 hours in Hobart! MONA, The Henry Jones & Salamanca Markets

Our weekend ritual.. Yummy fresh vegies every weekend from the Hmong at the Salamanca Markets..

Bruny Island Oysters, Bruny Island Tasmania. Fond memories.....

Bruny Island Oysters, Bruny Island Tasmania. Fond memories.....

How good does this look? Lavender icecream from a Tasmanian lavender farm. #lavender #icecream #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Hannah Doh

How good does this look? Lavender icecream from a Tasmanian lavender farm. #lavender #icecream #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Hannah Doh

Tasmania Australia: Mud cake with Raspberries at the Raspberry Farm Launceston. YUM! For more great Tassie images visit http://mag.gobehindthescenery.com.au

Things to do in Launceston and surrounds - tips from the locals

Tasmania Australia: Mud cake with Raspberries at the Raspberry Farm Launceston. YUM! For more great Tassie images visit http://mag.gobehindthescenery.com.au

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Cafe, Tasmania was the first place we stopped on our roadtrip across to Strahan. Everything they serve has a hint of raspberry event the teas and coffees. I love raspberry and I love chocolate so the Raspberry Hot Chocolate was a winner! #food #foodies #Tasmania

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Cafe, Tasmania was the first place we stopped on our roadtrip across to Strahan. Everything they serve has a hint of raspberry event the teas and coffees. I love raspberry and I love chocolate so the Raspberry Hot Chocolate was a winner! #food #foodies #Tasmania

A gourmet Tassie-style picnic on the beach at Stewarts Bay on the Tasman Peninsula, Tasmania.

A gourmet Tassie-style picnic on the beach at Stewarts Bay on the Tasman Peninsula, Tasmania.

The Dunalley Fish Market is a great stop on the way down to Port Arthur, and has, so say, the best fish and chips in Tasmania. #dunalley #tasmanpeninsula #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Hugo and Elsa

The Dunalley Fish Market is a great stop on the way down to Port Arthur, and has, so say, the best fish and chips in Tasmania. #dunalley #tasmanpeninsula #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: Hugo and Elsa

Fresh Tasmanian Scallops. #scallops #tasmania #food #discovertasmania Image Credit: Chris Crerar

Tasmania, the Next Foodie Destination

Fresh Tasmanian Scallops. #scallops #tasmania #food #discovertasmania Image Credit: Chris Crerar


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Hungry for some Tassie scallops? #seafood #scallops #tasmania ##restaurantaustralia #discovertasmania Image Credit: salisbury_hallam

Hungry for some Tassie scallops? #seafood #scallops #tasmania ##restaurantaustralia #discovertasmania Image Credit: salisbury_hallam

A tasting paddle of cider together with a Salmon board - bliss! #salmon #huonvalley #tasmania #discovertasmania #restaurantaustralia  Image Credit: Julia Smith

A tasting paddle of cider together with a Salmon board - bliss! #salmon #huonvalley #tasmania #discovertasmania #restaurantaustralia Image Credit: Julia Smith

Australia is not only a stunning and adventurous destination to visit, we also have fantastic food and wine! Here are some of the best foodie experiences that our fans had over the weekend.  A Tasmanian picnic on the beach really hits the spot after a days’ adventure on the ocean. Complete with King Island Brie cheese, Tasmanian quince paste, warm smoked tassal salmon, and of course Tasmania’s famous Bruny Island oysters. (Photo - Photography by Paul D Fleming)

Australia is not only a stunning and adventurous destination to visit, we also have fantastic food and wine! Here are some of the best foodie experiences that our fans had over the weekend. A Tasmanian picnic on the beach really hits the spot after a days’ adventure on the ocean. Complete with King Island Brie cheese, Tasmanian quince paste, warm smoked tassal salmon, and of course Tasmania’s famous Bruny Island oysters. (Photo - Photography by Paul D Fleming)

Richmond, Tasmania  Australia's oldest bridge

Richmond, Tasmania Australia's oldest bridge

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