• Where to Eat, Drink and do Coffee
  • Where to stay
  • What to do
  • Tasmania's North, East and South

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Our events partner Goodstone Group have a number dining experiences on offer across the coast, with something to suit everyone.  Visit their website for more information Goodstone Group – Where to eat

Other great places to eat, drink and be merry…

The Laneway Cafe has a great breakfast and lunch menu and do a mean coffee too!  Located in Rooke Lane, in Devonport’s CBD.

Fundamental Espresso Bar is all about the coffee!  Whether it be to just grab a quick coffee to go or chill out and read the paper.  Located in Edward Street, in Devonport’s CBD.

Bento in Stewart Street, Devonport – for lovers of sushi or Japanese food in general.

Drift Cafe Restaurant is located at the Bluff (the home of the Devonport Triathlon).  Casual environment, good wine list, great food and what a view!  Dine inside or pull up some lawn and watch the sunset.

Mrs. Jones Restaurant, Bar and Lounge is also located at the Bluff, upstairs from Drift.  A fine dining experience, with a relaxed atmosphere and more great views!

Hill Street Devonport has it all!  Grocer, Cafe, Florist, Home wares, Bakery…and much more.  The cafe serves breakfast and lunch, coffee, cakes and pastries, beautiful salads and they do take away too!

Southern Wild Distillery  Located in Fenton Way in the heart of Devonport, it is the newest and most premium gin, whisky and liqueur distillery and has a fabulous cocktail bar.

Empress Craft Beer.Located in the Hill Street Grocer complex in Oldaker Street.   A bar and beer store bringing you the very best from the world of craft beer.  They also great wine list, and serve artisan spirits, both local and from a far. 

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Our event partner Goodstone Group have a number of properties across the coast.  From Devonport all the way through to Smithton. Goodstone Group Accommdoation

Other places to stay…

Sunrise Devonport is only a hop, skip and a jump to the Devonport Triathlon Village on the Bluff.

Waterfront Apartments fully self contained apartments

Oceans On Parker fully self contained apartments

For further information on accommodation in Devonport and surrounds visit Tasmania’s North West

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There is so much to do on Tasmania’s North West .  Whether you’re into a relaxing lunch overlooking vineyards, music festivals or something to get the adrenaline pumping…we have it all!

Here’s a some our favourites…

Devonport Bike Hire. A bike hire service with a selection of vintage bikes for hire.  They also offer gourmet picnic hampers full of local Tasmanian goodies!

Ghost Rock Vineyard 

Party In The Paddock  (Music Festival 8th – 10th February 2018)

Forth Valley Blues Festival (Music Festival 16th & 17th February 2018)

Concert In The Vines  (Music Event 24th February 2018)

Tasmanian Food and Wine Conservatory

Cradle Mountain Canyons Tours

Van Diemens Paintball

For more information about what we have to offer on Tasmania’s North West Click Here

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Tasmania is a big island!  There is so much to experience from a simple walk along the beach at beautiful Binalong Bay on Tasmania’s north-east coast or hiking over the “Saddle” into Wine Glass Bay at Freycinet National Park on the east coast, to indulging at some of the countries finest restaurants, wineries and bars in the state’s capital city Hobart.

Why not lose yourself for a week or more and explore what was once the worlds best kept secret…Tasmania!


To find out more about Tasmania’s North, East and South click on the links below.

Discover Tasmania

Tasmania’s North

Tasmania’s North East

Tasmania’s East Coast

Hobart & Beyond

Tasmania’s Far South

What’s on in Tasmania

Fresh produce and outstanding natural scenery await you in Tasmania’s North West. Discover the unexpected – places, people and experiences to engage, enrich and enliven you.

With so much on offer in Devonport, we encourage you to stay a while to explore the city and its surrounds. Stay in our charming B&B’s, well appointed cabins or quality hotels; all within close proximity to the CBD and priced for all budgets. Devonport’s award winning Visitor Information Centre can take care of your every need. Request a free copy of the Visitor’s Guide via email tourism@devonport.tas.gov.au or phone 03 6424 4466. For information on travelling to and from Devonport from Launceston Airport, please visit  www.tasredline.com.au  

- Check out the “Discover Tasmania” website for comprehensive transport options to Devonport. Planning on sticking around for a few days? Devonport is a great place to explore Cradle Mountain or visit Tassie’s rugged West Coast. • North West Coast • Western Wilderness • Coast to Canyon • Penguin Coast

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