Food and Beverage

Northern Tasmania have some fantastic food and beverage. Let us take you on a mouth watering journey around the region.
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Tim from Sweetbrew on George Street, Launceston. They also stock Manu breads and pastries to go with their fabulous coffee.  Photo TNT and Chris Crerar.

Tim from Sweetbrew on George Street, Launceston. They also stock Manu breads and pastries to go with their fabulous coffee. Photo TNT and Chris Crerar.

Salmon from 41 degrees Ginseng and Salmon Farm, Great Western Tiers. Photo: The Examiner.

Salmon from 41 degrees Ginseng and Salmon Farm, Great Western Tiers. Photo: The Examiner.

Try local beverages at the Saint John Craft Beer Bar in Launceston. Photo TNT and Chris Crerar.

Try local beverages at the Saint John Craft Beer Bar in Launceston. Photo TNT and Chris Crerar.

Launceston's Seaport precinct is home to a variety of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.  Photo Rob Burnett.

Launceston's Seaport precinct is home to a variety of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.

Go back in time at the Ross Village Bakery

Go back in time at the Ross Village Bakery

Delamere wine maker Fran, tasting and describing the wine. Tamar Valley Wine Route, Pipers River.  Photo Delamere and Chris Crerar.

Delamere wine maker Fran, tasting and describing the wine. Photo Delamere and Chris Crerar.

Truffles - at Harvest Farmer's Community Market, Launceston

Truffles - at Harvest Farmer's Community Market, Launceston

Hawks fans at the Harvest Market prior to a Saturday game at Aurora Stadium, Launceston.  Photo Harvest Market and Chris Crerar.

Hawks fans at the Harvest Market prior to a Saturday game at Aurora Stadium, Launceston. Photo Harvest Market and Chris Crerar.

Stallholder at Harvest Farmers' Community Market, Launceston.  Photo Harvest Market and Chris Crerar.

Stallholder at Harvest Farmers' Community Market, Launceston. Photo Harvest Market and Chris Crerar.

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