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Pennicott Wilderness Journeys has offered all ANCOLD delegates a 15% discount on all tours

Australian Tourism Legend Robert Pennicott and his team of passionate local guides have been sharing Tasmania with travellers since 1999. Their award-winning journeys highlight spectacular scenery, wildlife, food and wine. Whether you choose Bruny Island Cruises, Tasman Island Cruises, Bruny Island Traveller, Iron Pot Cruises or Tasmanian Seafood Seduction you won’t be disappointed!

Pennicott Wilderness Journeys Website

To redeem this offer please either present your name badge/lanyard or quote ANCOLD Conference at check in.

MONA

The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is the largest privately owned museum in Australia and houses antiquities, modern and contemporary art from the collection of the owner, David Walsh. Walsh has described the museum as a “subversive adult Disneyland.
MONA Website

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Whether you’re visiting from Tasmania, from interstate or overseas, a visit to the tranquil and beautiful Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is enormously rewarding.

Botanical Gardens Website

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Rising 1270 metres (around 4,000 feet) above Hobart’s harbour, Mt Wellington provides a wilderness experience within 20 minutes’ drive of the city and is much loved by locals due to its gorgeous views of Hobart region!

Mt Wellington Website

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Salamanca Market is on every Saturday 8.30am-3.00pm at Salamanca Place on Hobart’s waterfront. Providing locals and visitors with outstanding local produce and art.

Salamanca Markets Website

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Tasmania’s No. 1 visitor attraction is the former convict settlement of Port Arthur, a ghostly and eerie heritage area just outside Hobart.

Port Arthur Historic Site Website

”(color3)Cascade

Step inside Australia’s oldest operating brewery to learn how Cascade has been crafting beer since 1832. The guides will share Cascade’s fabled recipe; a http://www.cheapnfljerseys4.com dash of history, a healthy dose of Tasmania’s finest ingredients and a generous amount of brewing craft.

After the tour, sample from a range of Cascade beers and Mercury ciders, stay for lunch or browse our store for souvenirs.

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Tasmania is home to the award winning Sullivan’s Cove Whisky, as well as Tasmania’s finest whisky distilleries, Nant Whisky Cellar and Lark Cellar Door. Some local reccomendations are: Small Fry, for a craft beer or a wine, Frank on Hobart’s waterfront, Geronimo Aperitivo Bar and Restaurant and Glasshouse at the Brooke St Pier.

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Brew Sandy Bay – 172 Sandy Bay Road

The Duchess Cafe – 231 Sandy Bay Road

Beach House – 646 Sandy Bay Road

Tasmanian Coffee Roasters – 14 Gregory Street

There is also places to grab coffee throughout the conference venue.

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The Glass House– Brooks Street Pier

Smolt – Salamanca Square

Ball & Chain Grill – 87 Salamanca Place

Me Wah Restaurant – 16 Magnet Court

Solo Pasta and Pizza – 50B Kings Street

Birdcage Bar – Wrest Point Hotel

The Loft Bistro – Wrest Point Hotel

Pier One – Wrest Point Hotel

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