Located at New Norfolk in the picturesque Derwent Valley, just a half hour drive from Hobart. The Drill Hall Emporium is filled from floor to ceiling with an exciting mix of stylish and decorative antiques.
Tasmania’s newest world class attraction. Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is located within the Moorilla winery estate. A must see when in Tasmania.
A French style bakery near Hobart’s waterfront furnished with beautiful pieces purchased from Walter & Co and The Drill Hall Emporium. Make sure you enjoy some beautiful authentic French-style pastries while you’re there!
Opened in late 2013 by the owners of The Drill Hall Emporium this unique store makes you feel like you’re shopping in New York. Flywheel has a large range of vintage office furnishings and stationery, along with their letterpress studio printing onsite most days. Located just a 2 minute walk from their sister store The Drill Hall Emporium in New Norfolk.
This world-famous cooking school is set on five acres incorporating an extensive vegetable garden, orchard, berry patch and herb garden, all grown using organic principles. Run by Rodney Dunn and his wife Séverine, we highly recommend you book in for the popular Agrarian Experience or for a specialty master class.
A boutique luxury accommodation situated on the banks of the Derwent River, in a convict built Georgian mansion. A wonderful place to stay if you are booked in for a cooking class at the Agrarian Kitchen or visiting The Drill Hall Emporium.
This antique furnished boutique hotel is situated in Hobart, the perfect place to stay while visiting Hobart's many attractions.
Located in the Coal River Valley wine region, just 25 minutes drive from Hobart. Multi award-winning Pooley Wines are available through the cellar door at the historic Belmont Lodge just out of Richmond.
A great place to stop for some wine tasting or to relax whilst enjoying the wonderful views from their restaurant. A 5 minutes drive from Richmond and just 20 minutes from Hobart, open daily.
Winning top awards such as Australia’s Best Asian Restaurant (2008), Tasmania’s Restaurant of the Year and many more, Me Wah is certainly one of Tasmania’s finest dining experiences.
The former 1804 IXL jam factory building has been transformed into one of Hobart’s most unique and distinctive hotels by award-winning architects. All rooms feature art works by leading Tasmanian artists and they are all for sale!
Be sure to visit these art galleries located in Salamanca Place. Both representing Tasmanian artists with fabulous exhibitions. Handmark gallery also have an unrivalled showing of Tasmanian studio jewellery.