Top things to do in Cygnet

Top Choice Cafe in Cygnet

Lotus Eaters Cafe

This mighty-fine hippie cafe has rustic decor that belies real culinary savvy: expect terrific eggy breakfasts, curries and soups, with a rigorous focus on the seasonal, the organic, the free-range and the local. Su…
Cafe in Cygnet

Red Velvet Lounge

It's hard to believe, but this place burned down a few years ago. But Red Velvet is back! It's 100% vegetarian these days (this is Cygnet, after all), serving the likes of beetroot burgers, vegan bowls (smoky beans,…
Brewery in Cygnet

Pagan Cider

One of Cygnet's claims to fame is Pagan Cider, the 'champagne of ciders' that's made its way into the taps of pubs around the state. At Pagan, cider ain't just about apples: it also does pear, cherry, strawberry and…
Music in Cygnet

Cygnet Folk Festival

January’s hippie-happy Cygnet Folk Festival is three days of words, music and dance, attracting rootsy left-field local and mainland talent like Jeff Lang, James Kenyon and Monique Brumby. Book early for accommodati…
Pub Food in Cygnet

Commercial Hotel

Cygnet's old 'bottom pub' has turned its front dining space into an all-day cafe, serving light meals and passable coffee. But where you really want to be is in the dim-lit bistro out the back, where you can order s…
Museum in Cygnet

Cygnet Living History Museum

For a window into Cygnet's soul, the little Cygnet Living History Museum is a quaint history room next to the church on the main street, stuffed full of old photos, documents and curios. Check out the fantastic old …
Winery in Cygnet

Panorama Vineyard

One kilometre from the Cradoc junction on a north-facing bank of the Huon River is the pioneering Panorama Vineyard (since 1974), where you can stick your nose into pinot noir, chardonnay, merlot, riesling and an un…
Market in Cygnet

Cygnet Market

Food, music and people – three of our favourite things about Cygnet, all on display at this twice-monthly market on the main street. Stalls usually number upwards of 30.