Ringarooma River sunset

Gourmet BBQ, Camp Fire & Blues on the River

BRANXHOLM, TASMANIA 4TH NOVEMBER 2014— Tassie boasts some of Australia‘s most diverse, remote and wild outdoor experiences; a year round calendar of events for all tastes and a gourmet scene that‘s nothing short of a foodie‘s paradise. But from its flawed and conflicted past, the unassuming state has risen to capture the attention of the world. Last month, the world‘s most trusted travel publisher, Lonely Planet, named Tassie fourth in the world‘s “Top 10 Regions in the World to Visit in 2015” in the Best in Travel 2015 publication and told the world Tasmania is ‘ripe for the picking’. This is your cue to head our way with an appetite and Tin Dragon Trail Cottages is another reason to visit.

Liz Frencham
Aussie BBQ
Camp fire

Tin Dragon Trail Cottages: Christine and Graham fell in love with the lush Ringarooma valley, settling in 2001 to build five brick and stone cottages overlooking the Ringarooma River. Each cottage sits in its own private native garden with outdoor bar-be-que setting. All cottages are self-contained: two-bedroom cottages suited to couples travelling together, and romantic studio cottages with outdoor heated spa are perfect for a short getaway. Tin Dragon Trail Cottages is close to the Tamar valley and Piper‘s Brook wineries, award-winning Pyengana dairy, Ralph Falls, East Coast and Northern beaches including the new Musselroe wind farm, sensational golf courses and the Blue Tiers and Cascades which boast some of the best mountain biking trails in Australia. Fishing guides are available, and for the more adventurous there is quad biking and Treetops adventure.

To celebrate our ranking in Lonely Planet‘s Best in Travel 2015, we are offering you a Gourmet BBQ, Camp Fire and Blues Evening by the River on Friday evening 21st November 2014. Set under the myrtle trees on the banks of the beautiful Ringarooma River, this celebration brings together North East Tasmania‘s best local foods, brews and blues-singers.

This event builds on the success of Tin Dragon‘s previous house concert featuring jazz singer Liz Frencham (pictured above)—this time featuring musicians Frank Jewson and Kate Cliff from Bridport. The long-table will whet guests‘ appetites with local gourmet foods including Ringarooma meats, garden-picked salads, award-winning Pyengana cheddar and Cottage bakery breads, home-made chutneys and scrumptious deserts—all washed down with Little Rivers beers, Rhu-brew and Cavanough sparkling water.

  • Where: Tin Dragon Trail Cottages, Branxholm
  • When: 5:30pm 21st November 2014
  • Cost: For guests booking at least two nights‘ accommodation, there will be an additional charge of $50 per couple and $20 for each additional person to be paid upon arrival.

How to Book

Check the booking calendar for availability. Click the Book Now button and check availability for Friday November 21st. You can book immeidately using the on-line option. You can also book by phone (M: 040 750 1137) or email to make a reservation.

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