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APSLEY GORGE VINEYARD, Bicheno
Rosedale Road Ph: 03 6375 1221. Apsley Gorge
Vineyard is near Bicheno, on the east coast, at
the entrance to Apsley Gorge.
BARRINGWOOD PARK VINEYARD, Barrington
60 Gillams Road, Lower Barrington Ph: 03
6492 3140. Barringwood Park Vineyard is 15
kilometres south of Devonport en route to
Sheffield and Cradle Mountain.
BAY OF FIRES WINES, Pipers River
40 Baxters Road Ph: 03 6382 7622. Bay of Fires
Wines offer award-winning wines and are
located at Pipers River in Tasmania's north.
BELMONT VINEYARD (POOLEY WINES),
1431 Richmond Road, Richmond Ph: 03 6260
2895, Mob: 0418 120 055. Try these pinot noir,
riesling and chardonnay wines at the Richmond
BROOK EDEN VINEYARD, Lebrina
167 Adams Road, (Highway off C818) Ph: 03
6395 6244. Brook Eden vineyard in northeast
Tasmania produces exquisite, cool-climate still
and sparkling wines.
BUNDALEERA VINEYARD, Relbia
449 Glenwood Road Ph: 03 6343 1231.
Bundaleera is a picturesque vineyard producing
pinot noir, chardonnay and riesling in
CHARLES REUBEN ESTATE, Tea Tree
777 Middle Tea Tree Road (C322), (8 Km from
Richmond) Ph: 03 6268 1702, Mob: 0408 125 367.
Charles Reuben Estate is located at Tea Tree in
Tasmania's Coal River Valley wine region.
CLOVER HILL VINEYARD, Lebrina
60 Clover Hill Road, (Highway B81) Ph: 03 6395
6286. Clover Hill is a vineyard with premier
sparkling wine, located at Lebrina in northern
COAL VALLEY VINEYARD, Hobart
257 Richmond Road, Cambridge Ph: 03 6248
5367. Coal Valley Vineyard restaurant is located
at Cambridge 15 minutes east of Hobart.
COOMBEND WINE CENTRE, Swansea
16017 Tasman Highway Ph: 03 6257 8881.
Cabernet grapes are the specialty of the
vineyard established in 1985.
CRAIGIE KNOWE, Cranbrook
80 Glen Gala Road Ph: 03 6257 8252. Craigie
Knowe is a boutique vineyard at Cranbrook on
Tasmania's east coast. .
CRAIGOW VINEYARD, Hobart
Craigow, 528 Richmond Road, Cambridge Ph:
03 6248 4210, Mob: 0419 878 023. Craigow
Vineyard is a picturesque 11 hectare vineyard at
Cambridge in the Coal River Valley.
CROSSWINDS VINEYARD, Tea Tree
10 Vineyard Drive Ph: 03 6268 1091. Crosswinds
Vineyard at Tea Tree is a boutique vineyard,
where grape growing to wine bottling takes
DALRYMPLE VINEYARDS, Pipers Brook
1337 Pipers Brook Road, (Highway C818) Ph:
03 6382 7222. Dalrymple Vineyards is located
in the Tamar Valley at Pipers Brook, northern
DANIEL ALPS AT STRATHLYNN, Rosevears
95 Rosevears Drive Ph: 03 6330 2388. Discover
some of Tasmania's finest food, wine and views
at 'Daniel Alps at Strathlynn'.
DARLINGTON VINEYARD, Orford
Holkham Court Ph: 03 6257 1630. Darlington
Vineyard is a producer of fine cool-climate wines
on Tasmania's east coast.
DELAMERE VINEYARD, Pipers Brook
4238 Bridport Road, (Highway B82) Ph: 03 6382
7190, Mob: 0419 500 761. Delamere is a small,
family vineyard in the Pipers Brook wine region
of northern Tasmania.
DOMAINE A / STONEY VINEYARD, Campania
105 Tea Tree Road Ph: 03 6260 4174. Wine
tastings and cheese platters are available at this
11 hectare vineyard.
FREYCINET VINEYARDS PTY LTD, Bicheno
Tasman Highway Ph: 03 6257 8384. Freycinet
Vineyard is a family-run vineyard and winery
overlooking Tasmania's famed Freycinet
FROGMORE CREEK WINES, Hobart
20 Denholms Road, Cambridge Ph: 03 6248
5844. Hood Wines, is located in the Coal River
Valley Region just 10 minutes from Hobart.
GHOST ROCK VINEYARD, Port Sorell
1055 Port Sorell Road, Northdown Ph: 03 6428
4005. Ghost Rock Vineyard is a boutique eight
hectare vineyard located at Northdown in
GRANDVIEW VINEYARD, Birchs Bay
59 Devlyns Road Ph: 03 6267 4749. Grape
varieties and wines produced: Sauvignon Blanc,
Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gewürztraminer, Gamay
GREY SANDS VINEYARD, Glengarry
Frankford Highway Ph: 03 6396 1167. Grey
Sands Vineyard overlooks the Tamar Valley at
Glengarry, northern Tasmania.
HARTZVIEW VINEYARD, Gardners Bay
70 Dillons Road, (Highways 626, 627) Ph: 03
6295 1623. At this vineyard you can taste a large
selection of Tasmanian wines.
HOLM OAK VINEYARD, Rowella
11 West Bay Road, (Highway C724) Ph: 03
6394 7577. Holm Oak Vineyard is located near
the spectacular Batman Bridge at Rowella in
HOME HILL VINEYARD & WINERY
38 Nairn Street Ph: 03 6264 1200, Mob: 0408
536 012. Home Hill is a winery, cellar door and
restaurant at Ranelagh, in Tasmania's Huon
IRON POT BAY WINES, Deviot
Cellar Door Address, 766 Deviot Road Ph: 03
6394 7320, Mob: 0427 919 794. The Iron Pot
Bay Vineyard is located at Deviot in northern
Tasmania's Tamar Valley.
JANSZ TASMANIA, Pipers Brook
1216 B Pipers Brook Road Ph: 03 6382 7066,
Mob: 0439 912 550. The Jansz Tasmania
vineyard is located in the Tamar Valley, in
JOSEF CHROMY WINES, Relbia
370 Relbia Road Ph: 03 6335 8700, Mob: 0412
478 841. The Josef Chromy Cellar Door Café and
Winery is located at Relbia, northern Tasmania.
LAKE BARRINGTON ESTATE VINEYARD, West
1133 West Kentish Road (Hwy C141) Ph: 03
6491 1249. The Lake Barrington Vineyard is
located beside Lake Barrington at West Kentish,
LEVEN VALLEY VINEYARD, Gunns Plains
321 Raymond Road Ph: 03 6429 1186. The Leven
Valley Vineyard is located at Gunns Plains,
MARIONS VINEYARD, Deviot
Foreshore Drive Ph: 03 6394 7434. Marions
Vineyard is located at Deviot overlooking the
Tamar River in northern Tasmania.
MEADOWBANK ESTATE VINEYARD
699 Richmond Road, Cambridge Ph: 03 6248
4484, Mob: 0419 583 661. Meadowbank Estate
is a cellar door, vineyard and restaurant at
Cambridge, east of Hobart.
MOORES HILL ESTATE, Sidmouth
3343 West Tamar Highway Ph: 03 6394 7649.
Moores Hill Estate Vineyard is located at
Sidmouth, in northern Tasmania's Tamar Valley
655 Main Road, Berriedale Ph: 03 6277 9900.
Moorilla is a place of sensory indulgence,
located in Berriedale in Tasmania's south.
PALMARA VINEYARD, Richmond
1314 Main Road Ph: 03 6260 2462, Mob: 0419
894 902. Palmara Vineyard is a boutique winery
at Richmond, in Tasmania's Coal River Valley
PANORAMA VINEYARD, Cradoc
1848 Cygnet Coast Road, (Highway C639) Ph: 03
6266 3409. Panorama Wines is a vineyard and
wine centre in Tasmania's Huon Valley.
PIPERS BROOK VINEYARD, Pipers Brook
1216 Pipers Brook Road, (Highway C818) Ph: 03
6382 7527. Pipers Brook Vineyard, Pipers Brook
is a leading winery and vineyard located in
PROVIDENCE VINEYARDS, Lalla
236 Lalla Road, (Highway C822) Ph: 03 6395
1290, Mob: 0419 395 728. Providence Vineyard
is located near the township of Lilydale, in the
Tamar Valley, northern Tasmania.
PUDDLEDUCK VINEYARD, Richmond
992 Richmond Road Ph: 03 6260 2301, Mob:
0427 783 353. Puddleduck Vineyard is a small
family owned vineyard in the Coal River Valley
ROSEVEARS ESTATE (WINERY), Rosevears
1A Waldhorn Drive Ph: 03 6330 1800. Rosevears
Estate combines a winery, restaurant and luxury
chalet accommodation on the Tamar River,
ROTHERHYTHE VINEYARD, Rosevears
153 Rosevears Drive Ph: 03 6330 2197, Mob:
0418 633 056. Rotherhythe Vineyard is situated
in Rosevears with idyllic waterfront setting, in
SEVEN SHEDS BREWERY MEADERY AND
HOP GARDEN, Railton
22 Crockers Street Ph: 03 6496 1139, Mob:
0418 948 906. Seven Sheds offers beer and
wine tastings in central Railton on Tasmania's
SHARMANS (GLENBOTHY VINEYARD), Relbia
175 Glenwood Road Ph: 03 6343 0773, Mob:
0438 430 773. Sharman's Fine Wines is a
boutique vineyard and cellar door located at
Relbia, northern Tasmania.
SPRING VALE VINEYARD, Cranbrook
130 Spring Vale Road Ph: 03 6257 8208, Mob:
0417 012 895. Spring Vale Vineyards is a
small, family-owned winery at Cranbrook, on
Tasmania's east coast.
TAMAR RIDGE WINES, Kayena
Auburn Road Ph: 03 6334 6208. Tamar Ridge
Wines is a vineyard located in the West Tamar
Valley, north of Launceston.
THREE WILLOWS VINEYARD, Red Hills
46 Montana Road Mob: 0438 507 069. Three
Willows Vineyard is located at Red Hills near
Deloraine, Northern Tasmania.
VELO WINES, Legana
755 West Tamar Highway Ph: 03 6330 3677,
Mob: 0418 138 300. Velo Wines is based at
the entrance to the beautiful Tamar Valley in
WILMOT HILLS VINEYARD, Wilmot
407 Back Road (Hwy C132) Ph: 03 6492 1193.
Wilmot Hills, situated on Tasmania's north west
coast is a unique micro vineyard and orchard.
YAXLEY ESTATE WINE, Copping
31 Dransfield Road Ph: 03 6269 2808, Mob: 0427
535 374. Yaxley Estate Vineyard is a vineyard
run on organic principles, at Copping, on the
BEN LOMOND. The park is 60 km (37 miles) south-east of
Launceston and covers 16,527 ha (40,840 ac). It is more than
1300m (4265 ft) above sea level and set on a large plateau,
from which there are breathtaking views of mountains and
the north-midland plains. The park is Tasmania's largest alpine
area and in winter is popular for snow sports.
CRADLE MOUNTAIN LAKE ST CLAIR. The park has two main
focal points: the northern one is Cradle Mountain (90km south-
west of Devonport) and the southern one is Australia's deepest
lake. Lake St Clair (about 230km by road, via the West Coast,
from Cradle Mountain). The park's total size is about 161,000
ha (397,840 ac) and it covers some of Tasmania's highest coun-
try. It is famous for its lakes, peaks, rainforest and moorland.
Tasmania's highest mountain is here -- Mount Ossa 1617m
(5305 feet) and the island's best known walking track -- the
Overland Track 85km (53 miles), which takes about five days
DOUGLAS APSLEY. The park is about halfway down the east
coast, between Bicheno and Scamander. It covers 16,080 ha
(39,735 ac) and is noted for rugged river gorges, waterfalls
and tranquil pools with large stands of dry eucalypt forest and
pockets of rainforest.
FRANKLIN GORDON WILD RIVERS. The park is inland from
the west coast, about two thirds of the way down. The A10
(Lyell Highway) winds for 56km (35 miles) through the heart
of the park, which covers 440,000 ha (1,087,262 ac). The park
is the epitome of glorious scenery: forested valleys with furi-
ously flowing rivers; deep, narrow gorges; mountains carved
by glaciers. The most notable peak is probably Frenchmans
Cap 1443m (4731 feet).
FREYCINET. The park is on the Freycinet Peninsula, on the east
coast of Tasmania. It includes Schouten Island, south of the pe-
ninsula, and covers 11,930 ha (29,480 ac). White beaches and
bright blue waters are overlooked by The Hazards, pink gran-
ite mountains, the highest of which is Mount Freycinet, 620m
(2034 feet). There is a wide variety of vegetation: wetland,
heathlands, coastal dunes and dry eucalypt forest. The penin-
sula has a wide variety of orchids that bloom all year round.
Great Oyster Bay, west of the peninsula, was once a prolific
whale-breeding ground and now Humpbacks, Southern Rights
and Pilot whales can often be seen between May and August.
HARTZ MOUNTAINS. The park is in a part of the World
Heritage Area that is Australia's closest to a capital city. It is
84 km (52 miles) south of Hobart and covers 7250 ha (17,915
ac). It is noted for tarns carved by glaciers during the Great
Ice Age, and jagged dolerite ranges. The park's lowest point is
160m (525 feet) at the Picton River. The highest is Hartz Peak
1255m (4118 feet) -- from here you can see into the heart of the
MARIA ISLAND. Maria Island is off the east coast, near
Triabunna. It is about 20 km (12 miles) north to south and 12
km (7.5 miles) wide and the national park covers the whole is-
land -- 11,550 ha (28,540 ac). Most of the island is fairly low alti-
tude, apart from Bishop and Clerk 630m (1995 feet) and Mount
Maria 709 m (2326 feet), both in the north east. The abandoned
township of Darlington is in the north. On the coast there are
unspoiled beaches, limestone cliffs, rocky reefs and underwa-
ter caves. In Fossil Bay there are underwater forests of giant
kelp 15-20m (50-65 feet).
MOLE CREEK KARST. The Mole Creek Karst National Park sur-
rounds the town of Mole Creek, which is on the B12 about 60
km west of Launceston. The park covers 1345 ha and has more
than 200 caves, including the well-known King Solomon Cave,
Crosesus Cave, Kubla Khan Cave, Marakoopa Cave, Sensation
Gorge and Baldocks Cave reserves. It extends south of the
forested Great Western Tiers. About 450 million years ago this
area was covered by ocean. Layers of corals and the skeletons
of small marine animals built up on the ocean floor, creating
limestone. About 165 millions years ago there was a lot of
volcanic activity and molten dolerite was squeezed up through
cracks in the existing rock. Gradually the sedimentary rock
surrounding the dolerite eroded, revealing fluted rock such as
the Great Western Tiers. The caves began to form and grow
decorations about 30 million years ago. The King Solomon and
Marakoopa Caves in the Mole Creek Karst National Park are
open to the public.
MOUNT FIELD. The park is about 60km north-west of Hobart,
via New Norfolk and covers 16,265 ha (40,192 ac). This is one
of the oldest national parks in Tasmania, highly valued by 19th
century nature lovers for its wild natural bush, tiny lakes carved
by glaciers during the Great Ice Age and cascading waterfalls,
including the magnificent Russell Falls. It is a popular Skiing
spot during the winter.
MT WILLIAM. The park is on the north-east tip of Tasmania
-- the northern end of a coast noted for its sunshine and beach-
es. It covers 13,899 ha (34,345 ac). The most dominant rock is
granite, which originated about 380 million years ago when
plates collided and mountains were built. The granite is most
easily seen as the exposed rocks on the coast. Granite has a
high quartz content and breaks down into pure, white sand on
the beaches. The park is the home of the Forester kangaroo.
NARAWNTAPU NATIONAL PARK. Formerly Asbestos Range
National Park is on the north coast, just west of the mouth
of the River Tamar. It covers 4349 ha (10,746 ac) and contains
open forest, coastal vegetation,heath and beaches. Wildlife
and flowering plants are profuse.
ROCKY CAPE. The park is on the north coast between Stanley
and Wynyard and covers 3064 ha (7572 ac). It has a rugged
coastline with small sheltered beaches and is backed by hills that
give sweeping views over Bass Strait. The rocks are Proterozoic,
1200 million to 700 million years old, with quartzite the most
dominant. This area was the homeland of the Aboriginal Rar.
rer.loi.he.ner band and a great deal has been learnt about the
lives of ancient Aborigines by studying the caves in the area.
SOUTH BRUNY. Bruny Island lies off south-east Tasmania's
complicated coastline that encloses Storm Bay. The island is
really two, North Bruny and South Bruny, that are joined by a
narrow isthmus. South Bruny National Park covers most of the
southern coast area of South Bruny -- about 5059 ha (12,648
ac). The coast is noted for towering dolerite cliffs and rocky
shorelines occasionally broken by long sandy beaches.
SOUTHWEST. Tasmania's biggest national park, about 608,000
ha (1,502,400 ac) and protects the remote southern part of the
World Heritage Area. The park is noted for its rare virgin rain-
forest, tortuous horizontal scrub and rare stands of Huon pine.
STRZELECKI. The park covers 4215 ha (10,416 ac) at the
south-west corner of Flinders Island, off the north-east tip of
Tasmania. Mount Strezlecki 756m (2480 ft) lies to the north of
the park. At the southern end, there are rugged granite moun-
tains, including Mount Razorback, and lively coastal views.
TASMAN. The national park encompasses the south-western
tip of the Tasman Peninsula, which includes Cape Raoul, Mount
Brown, Remarkable Cave and Point Puer to Briggs Point, and
the south-eastern tip, Cape Pillar, Tasman Island and the Abel
Tasman Forest Reserve. The area is 8312 ha (20,780 ac) and is
noted for its dramatic dolerite organ-piped formations that rise
300m (986 ft) from the sea. The formations are believed to be
Australia's highest sea cliffs.
WALLS OF JERUSALEM. The Walls of Jerusalem National park
is about 70km south of Ulverstone. It is not possible to drive
into this park -- the nearest carpark is at altitude 680m (2231 ft)
and the foot track into the park then climbs to 1250m (4100 ft).
The park covers about 51,000 ha (126,024 ac). There are steep
mountains in this area that create a natural amphitheatre for
sub-alpine wilderness and ancient pencil pine forests that bor-
der glacial lakes.
LEVEN CANYON, (250 ha) 50km south of Ulverstone.
LIFFEY FALLS, (101 ha) 60km south-west of Launceston.
NOTLEY GORGE, (11 ha) West Tamar, access from Exeter or
OLDINA RESERVE, (12 ha) 6km south-west of Wynyard.
ARTHUR-PIEMAN CONSERVATION AREA, (100,000 ha).
ST COLUMBA FALLS, (314 ha) west of St Helens, turn off at
TAHUNE FOREST RESERVE, (102 ha) 120km south of Hobart.
TREVALLYN RECREATION AREA, (400 ha) on western bound-
ary of City of Launceston.
TRUGANINI RESERVE, (43 ha) between the Hobart suburbs of
Taroona and Mt Nelson.
WALKER RHODODENDRON PARK NOW CLOSED
1. Hastings -- forest, caves and a thermal swimming pool,
112km south of Hobart.
2. Picton River -- reserve in the southern forests east of the
Huon River estuary.
3. Arve Road -- a drive through the southern forests east of the
Huon River estuary.
4. Wielangta -- the Aboriginal word for tall trees describes this
forest reserve on the east coast near Orford.
5. Scamander -- a great combination - a forest reserve close to
stunning east coast beaches.
6. Evercreech -- take the A4 and then the B43 to this reserve
deep in the forests of the north-east.
7. Hollybank -- while you're on the wine trail in the Tamar area,
stop off for a picnic in this pretty reserve.
8. Liffey -- south of Deloraine, this reserve has lovely forest
and the famous Liffey Falls.
9. Dial Range -- forested hills near the north coast that a colo-
nial surveyor thought were shaped like a Roman sun dial.
10. South Arthur -- in the huge area of forests and forest re-
serves in the north-west.
11. Teepookana -- on the shores of the vast Macquarie Harbour
on the west coast.
12. King River -- next to the Teepookana Forest Reseve on the
shores of the vast Macquarie Harbour on the west coast.
Governor Island Marine Reserve -- Off the town of Bicheno on
the east coast, 60 ha. The clear waters and variety of marine
life make this reserve popular with divers, but they should
be wary of strong currents at times. There are unusual verti-
cal rock faces and large underwater caves. The marine life
includes invertebrates such as seawhips, seafans and yellow
zooanthids and areas inhabited by deepwater species are easy
to get to. There is also a colony of crested terns.
Maria Island Marine Reserve -- Off the north-coast of Maria
Island, 1500 ha. Explore rocky reefs with large underwater cav-
erns, sandstone reefs, seagrass beds and underwater forests
of giant kelp (15-20m high). The underwater scenery is beauti-
ful, with wide range of plants and animals. There are also fish
Ninepin Point Marine Reserve -- Near Verona Sands at the
mouth of the Huon River, south-east Tasmania, 60 ha. The
water here is coloured by tannin in the river water. Only eight
metres down there is a spectacular reef. Further down there
are deepwater red seaweeds. There are sand and reef habitats
and a wide range of estuarine organisms.
Tinderbox Marine Reserve -- Off Tinderbox Bay, D'Entrecasteaux
Channel, south-east Tasmania, 53 ha. There is a sandstone
platform here and cobbled reefs. Divers will see a wide variety
of fish and seaweeds. there is also a boat-launching ramp.
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BLUEWATER SPORTSFISHING CHARTERS
(TOUR), St Helens
St Helens Marina, Esplanade Mob: 0419
537 943. Bluewater Sportsfishing Charters
offer fishing and scenic cruises off St
Helens on Tasmania's east coast.
KEEN ANGLER CHARTERS, St Helens
17 Moriarty Road Ph: 03 6376 3119, Mob:
0409 964 847. Keen Angler Charters
provides big game fishing and reef fishing
on Tasmania's east coast.
OL' KID FISHING CHARTERS, Bruny Island
786 Adventure Bay Road, Adventure Bay
Ph: 03 6293 1128, Mob: 0429 931 128.
Ol 'Kid Fishing Charters operate fishing
charters from Adventure Bay on Bruny
PERSONALISED SEA CHARTERS, Port
Port Arthur Wharf Ph: 03 6250 3370.
Personalised Sea Charters offer a range
of fishing activities from serious offshore
game fishing to bay fishing.
ROCKY CAROSI - PROFESSIONAL
CHARTERS (TOUR), St Helens
272 St Helens Point Road Ph: 03 6376
3083, Mob: 0419 383 362. Rocky Carosi
- Professional Charters operate fishing
charters out of St Helens on Tasmania's
e Trout Fishing - TGALT
*AUSPREY TOURS, Launceston
PO Box 323, Launceston City Ph: 03 6330
2612. Ausprey Tours provide a range of
fly fishing and backpacking tour options
*FISH WILD TASMANIA, Hobart
115a King Street, Sandy Bay Mob: 0418
348 223. Fish Wild Tasmania is located in
Hobart and offers guided fishing tours
*KEN ORRS TASMANIAN TROUT
Bradys Lake Ph: 03 6289 1191, Mob:
0408 122 209. Ken Orr's Tasmanian
Trout Expeditions operate trout fishing
expeditions at Bradys Lake in Tasmania's
*NATONE HILLS FLY FISHERY, Natone
67 Greta Road Ph: 03 6436 2181, Mob:
0417 753 630. Natone Hills Fishery is a fly
fishing concept set in the hills of Upper
Natone, North West Tasmania.
*RAINBOW LODGE, Miena
10 Jones Road Ph: 03 6259 8090, Mob:
0428 376 484. Neil Grose Guided Fishing
tours are located at Miena in Tasmania's
*RED TAG TROUT TOURS, Kingston
2/13 Jindabyne Road Ph: 03 6229 5896,
Mob: 0419 348 070. Red Tag Tours offer
fly-fishing tours and workshops to suit the
beginner or experienced enthusiast.
REDBANKS FISH & FIELD, Nugent
276 Masons Road Ph: 03 6257 5162, Mob:
0428 140 177. Redbanks Fish & Field
offers a range of outdoor experiences at
Nugent, south east Tasmania.
*REX MCCARTHY ENTERPRISES,
By arrangement Ph: 03 6344 1206, Mob:
0438 441 208. Rex McCarthy Enterprises
in Launceston operate fishing tours to
Tasmania's highland lakes and streams.
*ROD AND FLY TASMANIA, Mountain
35 Misty Hill Road Ph: 03 6266 4480, Mob:
0408 469 771. Rod and Fly Tasmania
offers superb guided fishing tours to the
translucent waters of Tasmania's Central
*TASMANIA ZOO, Launceston
1166 Ecclestone Road, Riverside Ph: 03
6396 6100. Tasmania Zoo offers trout
fishing and wildlife tours near Launceston,
*TROUT FISHING SAFARIS OF
654 Back River Road Ph: 03 6261 3074.
Your choice of fly, spin or troll fishing with
an experienced guide.
*TROUT TERRITORY - GUIDED TROUT
FLY FISHING TOURS, Cressy
By arrangement Ph: 03 6397 5001, Mob:
0418 875 001. Trout Territory offer guided
trout fishing tours in Tasmania's central
highlands lakes and northern lowland
4*VENTURE FLY FISHING, Blackwood Creek
121 Boons Road Ph: 03 6397 8349, Mob:
0427 399 661. Venture Fly Fishing take
you to some of the Tasmanian Central
Highlands most beautiful wilderness
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* Indicates Trout Guides and Lodges
ALISTAIRS TROUT FISHING AND
ADVENTURE TOURS, Hobart
82a Clare Street, New Town Ph: 03
6272 8128, Mob: 0427 009 024. Alistair's
Trout Fishing and Adventure Tours offer
freshwater fishing tours tailored to your
needs and requirements.
CENTRAL HIGHLANDS LODGE (TOUR),
Haddens Bay Ph: 03 6259 8179. Central
Highlands is a fishing lodge central to
Great Lake, Arthur's Lake and the Western
CORRALINN FLY FISHING AND CASTING
ASSOCIATION INC, Launceston
Corralinn Fisheries Ponds, St Leonards Ph:
03 6398 2244. Corralinn Fly Fishing and
Casting Association encourage all to try
flying fishing in northern Tasmania.
DRAGONFLY TROUT ADVENTURES, Hobart
8 Augusta Road, New Town Ph: 03 6228
2264, Mob: 0418 546 446. Dragonfly Trout
Adventures are based in Hobart and offer
fishing tours in Tasmania's best locations.
LAKE ST CLAIR LODGE (TOUR), Derwent
Cynthia Bay, Lake St Clair National Park
Ph: 03 6289 1137. Lakeside St Clair offers
cruises on Australia's deepest freshwater
lake situated in Tasmania's Western
PAUL KAINES GUIDED FISHING TASMANIA,
By arrangement Ph: 03 6259 8198, Mob:
0419 303 160. Paul Kaine's Guided Fishing
specialise in sight flyfishing, including dry
fly, lochstyle and polaroiding.
ROD AND VICE FLY FISHING SCHOOL,
By arrangement, Acton Ph: 03 6248 5769.
Rod and Vice Fly Fishing School at Acton
near Hobart offer guided fishing tours and
*TASMANIA TROUT TONIC GUIDED
7 Bridge Road Ph: 03 6287 1445, Mob:
0407 875 162. Tasmanian Trout Tonic
provide guided fishing adventures in
Tasmania's Central Highlands.
*TASMANIA'S PREMIER FLY FISHING
1696 Cressy Road Ph: 03 6397 5073, Mob:
0448 905 125. Tasmania's Premier Fly
Fishing Guides at Cressy operate guided
tours to Tasmania's lakes and rivers.
PARKS & RESERVES
National Parks Tasmanian & Marine Reserves
SEA & TROUT FISHING
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