Huon DEntrecasteaux Bruny
The Huon Valley is a 40-minute drive south of Hobart; to the east is the channel country – D’Entrecastaux Channel - and the long green hills and white beaches of Bruny Island. The Valley and Channel country is an interesting mix of farmers, people seeking a sustainable lifestyle, craftspeople, orchardists, foresters and fisher folk. One of the most memorable journeys from Hobart to the Huon is on the coast road through the suburb of Taroona, where the world ’s oldest round shot tower stands. Further on, there are superb sea views of Storm Bay and Bruny Island beyond. On the
Experience clean, fine Channel produce cooked in a way that is simple and satisfying; fresh Tinderbox rabbit braised with bacon and Huon Valley Honey Brown mushrooms. Sample regional wines such as Nandroya's smooth, full-bodied Pinot Noir. Walk around our half hectare French potager garden that supplies our restaurant with luscious fruit, herbs and vegetables. Allow your children to play in the specially provided playground. Experience the chance to see the platypus in our shallow river. Relax in our warm restaurant café where the staff are friendly and the view is tranquil. Experience Tasmania in this neck of the woods...., visit
Huon Heights Public Golf Course is a nine-hole golf course at Huonville in Tasmania’s south. Huonville sits on the banks of the tranquil Huon River, surrounded by the colours of orchards, and the peaks of the World Heritage Area. Huonville is a 40-minute drive (38 kilometres/24 miles) south of Hobart along the A6 highway.