Things to do in Northern Tasmania
You will be spoilt for choice when choosing to dine out in and around Launceston. From award-winning A La Carte menus to casual riverside dining, there is something to suit all tastes. Here’s a list of our favourites.
Saltire Cafe in Perth, Tasmania, is a restaurant serving amazing local Tasmanian produce and, of course, great coffee.
Marjories Cafe & Restaurant
Marjories Cafe & Restaurant is located within the newly opened Nigel Peck Centre. It is the perfect place to take in superb views over the beautiful Woolmers Rose Garden to the historic buildings, across the Norfolk Plains and out to the Great Western Tiers, while enjoying a cup of tea, first-class meal or fine Tasmanian wine.
Clarendon Arms menu is ever changing reflecting the wonderful seasonal produce Tasmania and our kitchen garden has to offer. They craft our menu depending on the season and what our local producers and suppliers have on hand. Their food is honest fresh and British Pub style, hearty and warming in Winter and light and fresh in the Summer months.
Alps & Amici
Alps & Amici is an independent food store and cafe located in Launceston. They are a new kind of store with a fantastic selection of local, Australian and international foods, Tasmanian wine & beer, cheeses, meat, local & seasonal fruit & veg and more…
Hazelbrae House - Cafe Restaurant
The Hazelbrae Hazelnuts family welcomed Nathan, Lauren & Karen Johnston - the new operators of our restaurant & farm gate, Hazelbrae House in 2017.
Hazelbrae House offers lunch and cake daily, weekend brunch, bi-monthly Friday Night Dinners (very popular), weddings, offsite catering, private events and farm tours.
Tasmanian Food & Drink
The Tasmanian Food & Wine Conservatory is a cafe/providore stocking 100% Tasmanian produce from the best growers & producers across the state.
… and many more! For a full list of Launceston’s restaurants, click here.