Famous for Truffles, cheese, leatherwood honey, wagyu beef, wild abalone, Pacific oysters – they truly have it all. And nowhere is that better showcased than Launceston. which is a UNESCO City of Gastronomy. Then there is the Tamar Valley which runs north-west from Launceston to the coast either side of the Tamar River, With around 60 food operators within the Tamar Valley, the paddock to plate, This produce originating from the dirt of the operator. As well as the renouned the Tamar Valley wine trail with more than 30 wineries and vineyards lining the valley and tourists are guided by the Tamar Valley Wine route
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