Cancel your hibernation plans.
Even though the cooler weather and darker evenings makes you want to grab your woolies and hide indoors this winter, Launceston has lots on offer throughout the city to keep you entertained.
In this season’s edition we have a feast of treats for you, so wrap up warm, get comfy and enjoy our winter edition of Northern Exposure.
If you are on the lookout for an excuse to treat yourself during the winter months, look no further than Starry Starry Night, Niche Market.
A snuggly Winter’s outing where music and friends come together for Tasmania’s favourite artisans market, Niche. Treat yourself to yummy winter knits, wraps, scarves and quilts alongside some of the finest jewellery and local artists.
Winter in Tasmania evokes images of frosty mornings, roaring fires and cold noses. Put the barbecue away it is time now for slow braises and roasted treats.
Winter in the city hosts so many foodie treats, from the Harvest Market for all your seasonal food to local restaurants changing things up with a new winter menu.
In July Stillwater will be hosting a special weekend dedicated to the Tasmania Truffle and Pinot Noir, the perfect winter pairing.
The Great Chef series is also back this year, Josef Chromy Wines, Restaurant and Cellar will host a series of public events, where cookery students will work alongside visiting guest chefs in developing and delivering a seven (7) course degustation, matched with some of finest cool climate wines from Josef Chromy Wines using Tasmanian produce.
If it’s a winter warm-up you are looking for new Launceston gym ‘Method + Action’ are keen to help you achieve your winter fitness goals. I caught up with Mel to find out what sets them apart from the crowd and what they have on offer.
With so many reasons to get out of the house, there should be no excuse for hibernating this winter.
Get out and explore your city in all its winter glory.
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