TAS Attractions

Kate's Berry Farm

Kate's Berry Farm

   Opens at 9:30:AM

Swansea

I Scream for Ice CreamCome and TryHave you tried Kate’s famous rich creamy ice cream, in cones or tubs, ready to eat or take away? Come in today and enjoy…for more information, or to book a café table call (03) 6257 8428.
contains a row of freestone warehouses dating from the 1840's. There are art and craft shops, and a large market on Saturday mornings.
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Also features historical displays, with emphasis on Aboriginal relics.
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Abundant in soft sandy beaches and rolling waves, East Coast Tasmania is the destination to relax and test out your surfing skills. Whether you're in Orford or Bicheno, you'll be guaranteed a calmer c...
Tasmania is renowned for being a natural playground, so in order to experience the best on offer, a trip to Rocky Cape National Park is a must. Small but impressive, Rocky Cape sits upon 3,064 hectare...
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