Sorell is one of Tasmania’s oldest towns, settled in 1808 primarily to supply locally processed wheat and flour to the rest of the colony, but its historic aura has tarnished over time. These days it’s a T-junction service town with more petrol stations and fast-food joints than anything else, but it remains the gateway to the Tasman Peninsula. Most people just breeze through, but there are a couple of decent places to eat and stay around here.
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