We’re just over half-way through our tour across Tasmania and today’s episode is crammed full of more of what the beautiful Apple Isle has to offer. First Yazmin starts her day with a stroll through the beloved Salamanca Market. From here, she heads to the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary to meet some of the local rescued native furry inhabitants. Then it’s off to Franklin on the banks of the Huon River to visit Frank’s Cider before taking a cruise on the Huon on a restored historic boat. To top it all off, Yazmin settles in to a spot in the hills to soak up the remainder of the day.
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Launceston Distillery & Abel Gin
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Southern Wild Distillery & Spreyton Cider
Our journey across Tasmania continues. Before leaving Launceston, Yazmin stops off for brunch on the banks of the Tamar River at Stillwater. Making her way to Devonport, she stops in to visit Grant Hirst and the team at Southern Wild Distillery to sample their range of Nth Coast gin. From here, a short trip to…View episode
Wineglass Bay, The Splendid Gin & The Henry Jones Art Hotel
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