Must-see restaurants in Tasman Peninsula & Port Arthur

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    Bangor Vineyard Shed

    Turn left 1km beyond the Denison Canal to discover this excellent vineyard cafe, sitting atop an open rise on one of Tasmania's oldest family farms – it's…

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    Dunalley Waterfront Café & Gallery

    With its broad outdoor deck and views across the water, this bright, airy cafe is a Dunalley culinary hot spot. The menu ranges from seafood pie with…

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    Lucky Ducks

    With huge picture windows, this bright, all-day waterfront food room is perfect for coffee and cake, a beer, a glass of wine, or all of them in sequence…

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    Drink in the views as well as the coffee at this restored, solar-powered 1957 caravan at the Pirates Bay Lookout that doles out fastidiously prepared…

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    Sometimes rated as Tasmania’s best fish and chips, this unexpected caravan at the Blowhole car park in Doo Town serves up the usual range of battered…

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    The food is anything but prison rations at this swish restaurant inside the main visitor centre at the Port Arthur Historic Site. Looking through slit…

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    On the Bay

    Oddly clad in orange-stained timber like a giant packing crate, this upmarket waterside restaurant showcases produce – oysters, scallops, ocean trout…

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    Port Arthur Lavender

    It’s all purple power at this lavender farm and distillery framed around a large cafe. If you can flavour it with lavender, they’ve done so – lavender ice…

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    Dunalley Fish Market

    Grab some takeaway fish and chips, settle beside the canal and commune with the local seagulls. Oysters and lobsters also make an appearance in season…

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    Fox & Hounds Inn

    This restaurant at the Fox & Hounds does sizeable meals in its dated, ye-olde–themed dining room, mostly from the pub-menu roll call of timeless classics…