Guidebook for Moltema

Tony & Joanne
Tony & Joanne
Guidebook for Moltema

Food Scene

The Tasmanian Food & Wine Conservatory is a cafe/providore stocking 100% Tasmanian produce from the best growers & producers across the state.
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Tasmanian Food and Wine Conservatory
9 Conservatory Rd
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The Tasmanian Food & Wine Conservatory is a cafe/providore stocking 100% Tasmanian produce from the best growers & producers across the state.
Award winning chocolate factory based near Latrobe on Tasmania's North West Coast. Free tasting, factory viewing,museum and cafe with plenty of on-site parking.
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House of Anvers
9025 Bass Hwy
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Award winning chocolate factory based near Latrobe on Tasmania's North West Coast. Free tasting, factory viewing,museum and cafe with plenty of on-site parking.
Award-winning specialty cheese, fresh premium milk, pure cream and luxurious creamy butter to enjoy.
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Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm
6173 Bass Hwy
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Award-winning specialty cheese, fresh premium milk, pure cream and luxurious creamy butter to enjoy.
Offering seasonal dishes, often with a raspberry twist, in a stone-and-timber cafe with a lake-view deck. The chocolate-coated raspberries are a must.
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Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Cafe
9 Christmas Hills Rd
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Offering seasonal dishes, often with a raspberry twist, in a stone-and-timber cafe with a lake-view deck. The chocolate-coated raspberries are a must.
Offering 50 varieties of honey, a lovely gift shop, taste testing and a honey museum.
Melita Honey Farm
LOT 1 Sorell St
Offering 50 varieties of honey, a lovely gift shop, taste testing and a honey museum. 

The salmon farm is an inland fish farm rearing salmon in the cold and pristine fresh water sourced from the Montana Falls. 41° South Tasmania grows and develops products for both Korean and American ginseng. The farm cafe is also licensed.
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41 South Tasmania (Salmon-Ginseng Farm)
323 Montana Rd
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The salmon farm is an inland fish farm rearing salmon in the cold and pristine fresh water sourced from the Montana Falls. 41° South Tasmania grows and develops products for both Korean and American ginseng. The farm cafe is also licensed.
Van Diemans Land Creamery was established by a Tasmanian dairy farming family in 2005. Drop into their cafe directly attached to the ice cream factory. Relax with coffee or ice cream and try their amazing homemade pancakes.
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Van Diemens Land Creamery, Elizabeth Town
10 Christmas Hills Rd
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Van Diemans Land Creamery was established by a Tasmanian dairy farming family in 2005. Drop into their cafe directly attached to the ice cream factory. Relax with coffee or ice cream and try their amazing homemade pancakes.
ETC is an exciting licensed gourmet bakery at Elizabeth Town, on the highway half way between Devonport and Launceston.
ETC Bakery
5783 Bass Hwy
ETC is an exciting licensed gourmet bakery at Elizabeth Town, on the highway half way between Devonport and Launceston.

Drinks & Nightlife

Situated on the beautiful Meander River the Deloraine Hotel is a favourite with locals and visitors.
Deloraine Hotel
Situated on the beautiful Meander River the Deloraine Hotel is a favourite with locals and visitors.

Parks & Nature

Cradle Mountain is an icon of Tasmania and includes a variety of hiking trails, catering for all ages and abilities. The mountain is situated in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. At 1,545m above sea level, it is the fifth-highest mountain in Tasmania.
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Cradle Mountain
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Cradle Mountain is an icon of Tasmania and includes a variety of hiking trails, catering for all ages and abilities. The mountain is situated in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. At 1,545m above sea level, it is the fifth-highest mountain in Tasmania.
Bridestowe Lavender Estate is a lavender farm located in Nabowla, Tasmania, Australia. The farm is believed to be the largest commercial plantation of Lavandula angustifolia in the world.
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Bridestowe Lavender Estate
296 Gillespies Rd
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Bridestowe Lavender Estate is a lavender farm located in Nabowla, Tasmania, Australia. The farm is believed to be the largest commercial plantation of Lavandula angustifolia in the world.
Ann enjoyable 50min return walk through forest to a beautiful lookout overlooking the Mersey River and Alum Cliffs. A sacred Aboriginal celebration place situated just north of Mole Creek.
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Alum Cliffs Lookout
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Ann enjoyable 50min return walk through forest to a beautiful lookout overlooking the Mersey River and Alum Cliffs. A sacred Aboriginal celebration place situated just north of Mole Creek.
Located next to the Lake Highway. This 20min return boardwalk shows the beauty of Tasmania's alpine wilderness. In winter you will often see snow, and beautiful ice patterns on the lake.
Pine Lake Nature Trail
Located next to the Lake Highway. This 20min return boardwalk shows the beauty of Tasmania's alpine wilderness. In winter you will often see snow, and beautiful ice patterns on the lake.
Situated in the gorgeous surrounds of the Meander Forest Reserve, this is one of Tasmania's great walks. The falls are a full day walk that gets you away from the more popular areas and into the Tasmanian wilderness World Heritage Area
Meander Falls Track
Situated in the gorgeous surrounds of the Meander Forest Reserve, this is one of Tasmania's great walks. The falls are a full day walk that gets you away from the more popular areas and into the Tasmanian wilderness World Heritage Area

Essentials

Woolworths Deloraine
78 Emu Bay Rd

Arts & Culture

The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery should be on the top of your places to go in Launceston if you are interested in Tasmanian history, heritage, natural sciences, colonial and contemporary art and they even have a Planetarium! QVMAG is Australia’s largest regional museum and is situated on two key sites: the QVMAG Museum at Inveresk and QVMAG Art Gallery at Royal Park and is proudly operated by the Launceston City Council.
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Queen Victoria Museum and Planetarium
2 Invermay Rd
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The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery should be on the top of your places to go in Launceston if you are interested in Tasmanian history, heritage, natural sciences, colonial and contemporary art and they even have a Planetarium! QVMAG is Australia’s largest regional museum and is situated on two key sites: the QVMAG Museum at Inveresk and QVMAG Art Gallery at Royal Park and is proudly operated by the Launceston City Council.
Enjoy the best local art and meet the artists.
Gallery 5 Deloraine
5 Emu Bay Rd
Enjoy the best local art and meet the artists.
This is a centre for creating and exhibiting local art, craft and design. Located in the heart of Deloraine, they offer a unique experience. Come in and watch artists and craftspeople in action, view art exhibitions and buy authentic Tasmanian handmade items. Painting, wood crafts, jewellery, spinning and weaving, ceramics, photography and glasswares are just some of the attractions.
Deloraine Creative Studios
59-61 Emu Bay Rd
This is a centre for creating and exhibiting local art, craft and design. Located in the heart of Deloraine, they offer a unique experience. Come in and watch artists and craftspeople in action, view art exhibitions and buy authentic Tasmanian handmade items. Painting, wood crafts, jewellery, spinning and weaving, ceramics, photography and glasswares are just some of the attractions.
The four seasons are expressed in a textile artwork. Each panel will draw you into the history, landscapes and lifestyles of the Meander Valley people.
Yarns Artwork in Silk Deloraine
100 Emu Bay Rd
The four seasons are expressed in a textile artwork. Each panel will draw you into the history, landscapes and lifestyles of the Meander Valley people.