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Food and Wine


The Lobster Shack Tasmania

Located on the iconic ‘Gulch’ in Bicheno.  Enjoy fresh-caught, premium seafood, including the famous Southern Rock Lobster, all while taking in the magnificent views from our peaceful waterfront location.


Governörs Bicheno

Trendy burger bar serving amazing burgers and hand cut chips. Enjoy with local wines and beers. 

Le Coq 

Le Coq is all about showcasing the best of Tasmania while blending traditional French flavours with modern Australian influences. Their menu is all about the local, seasonal, and fresh.

Little Bay Patisserie 

Serving excellent coffee, croissants, choux pastries, and Danishes. Superbly made by a local pâtissier.


Sealife Bicheno

Waterfront dining, spectacular coastal views and an innovative seafood and contemporary Australian menu, with restaurant and terrace dining options. Join us for breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon tea or dinner by the sea.

Peggys Bicheno

Cafe serving great coffee fresh sandwiches and seasonal salads.


Blue Edge Bakery

Open 7 days serving award-winning bread, pies, cakes, great coffee. Function catering and special occasion cakes to order. Chef-cooked breakfasts 7 am–11 am.

The Farm Shed

The Farm Shed’s wine centre is your one stop shop for Tasmania’s East Coast wine region, offering tastings and sales of more than 90 wines from 24 local vineyards between Bream Creek (near Dunalley) to just north of St Helens, including many that do not have their own cellar doors. In addition to our wine portfolio, you'll find Tasmanian Whisky, Gin, Cider and Beer on tap. We stock products to build your own charcuterie boards with premium snacks and local cheeses.

Food and Brew

Based in Bicheno, Food & Brew, is a pizza and pasta lovers paradise and available for dine in or takeaway.


The Long Lunch Tour

Come on a journey of Gastronomical Proportions indulging in local Food and Wine that have put the East Coast on the map and a food lover paradise. Visit the Marine Farm for Oysters, Mussels and Scallops, 3 Vineyards and finish with a tasty dessert.


Bicheno IGA (General Store)

A small supermarket with an amazing range of goods and a high turnover, ensuring freshness. Groceries, dairy, bakery lines, frozen food, meat, deli, fruit and vegetables. Helpful and friendly staff.

Waubs Harbour Whisky Distillery

A maritime Tasmanian single malt whisky distillery with hundreds of casks of Waubs Harbour spirit maturing right on the edge of the ocean in Bicheno.

Private tours are available

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Devils Corner Vineyard

An icon among Tasmania’s wineries. A destination for sea-faring travellers and those seeking great wine and good adventure. Enjoy a private wine tasting, delight in good food, and soak up the spectacular views of the Freycinet Region.


Craigie Knowe Vineyard

The cellar door is located right in amongst the vines, plenty of seating with a fire pit and bean bag chairs outside, or inside with cosy heaters in the rustic cellar door.  Gourmet vineyard plates and cheese boards are available every day.

Spring Vale Vineyard

This small family vineyard is located at Cranbrook, not far south of Swansea, and offers award winning wines including pinot noir, Gewürztraminer, chardonnay and sparkling. Savour fresh Tasmanian seafood matched with Spring Vale’s excellent wines when you dine in at Mel's Kitchen restaurant, located among the vines on the estate.


Gala Estate Vineyard

Gala Estate Vineyard sits at the crossroads of history and innovation, presenting Tasmanian wines that are infused with a sense of place and time. Recognised as Tasmania's second oldest family business, this year we celebrate 200 years of our history.


Milton Vineyard

Milton Vineyard was first farmed in 1826 initially for extra fine Tasmanian wool but is now producing fine cool climate wines.  Located at 42° South on the dry sunny Freycinet Coast of Tasmania.


​Iron House Point Brewery (Four Mile Creek)

White Sands Estate is home to Iron House Brewery, handcrafted brews made to traditional recipes from quality ingredients and Tasmanian water, sourced from their own spring.

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