Monthly Archives: March 2017

When one of the world’s most revered chefs came to town…

‘Alain Passard? Who? Never heard of him…’ This would be the answer repeated consistently should you stop people in the streets of Launceston and ask them what they know about Alain Passard. It’s not a criticism, it’s knowing Launceston is … Continue reading

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A Meander Falls adventure.

Meander Falls cascades down off the Central Plateau Conservation Area which makes up part of the Great Western Tiers mountain range. It is a component of the over 1.5 million hectares listed as World Heritage Area in Tasmania. The walk is a challenging day out and the track, while well defined, is by no means easy… Continue reading

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