Food and Wine in Tasmania's Highlands

Food and Wine in Tasmania's Highlands

Modern Bistro Style menu with Boutique Beers and Ciders

The Highlander Arms hotel at Tarraleah has a modern bistro style menu offering visitors a range of freshly prepare meals using local produce. The Highlander Arms hotel stocks a range of local ciders, wines and boutique beers. If you are looking for country hospitality, then this is a hotel that is worth checking out. You can sit back and relax with a glass of wine while selecting gourmet treats that have been freshly prepared.

This local hotel is a quaint pub set in a country style, and it has a rich history. Locals who are full of tales are regulars at this establishment, and the lounge area that is attached is full of antiques and other curiosities. There is an old piano that you can still get to play a tune, and an antique typewriter that the original village engineers used to type up their reports in the 30s.

This hotel is located in the central highlands of Tasmania, and it offers visitors a rich cultural experience. You can enjoy food and wine, and there is a reading room where you can find an eclectic display of local history and island treasures. There are nearby art galleries and a range of artworks by local artists and craftsmen scattered throughout the Village.

Guests can also enjoy a range of local wines and the outdoor covered  terrace provides a great dining experience overlooking the Village Green. There are daily specials and the menu changes regularaly depending on what is in season.

The Village also offers guests a range of accommodation options and guided activities, wildlife, walks and unique tours. Visitors can also play golf or squash and even use the gymnasium. You can also go fishing for trout, mountain biking and kayaking at the lake. If you are a bird watcher, you can find over eighty different species on the Estate.

Accommodation Options

The Lodge at Tarraleah

The Lodge for special occasions, indulgent moments or just because you deserve it: silk covered king size beds, huge indulgent bathrooms, cliff top ho..

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Cottages at Tarraleah

Hand built by Tasmanian craftsmen in the 1930’s with Art deco flair and furnished with care, these self contained, one to three bedroom beautifu..

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The Blue House

Well you guessed it. It's Blue, and there was a distinct lack of imagination when they came to naming this one! Fortunately, they where pretty imagina..

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Scholars House

School rooms are two storey, en-suite apartments with queen bed upstairs and bathroom and sitting area downstairs that sleep up to two adults upstairs..

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