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Bridestowe Lavender Estate, Tasmania

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  • I had been waiting with keen anticipation to visit Bridestowe. It didnt let me down. It was magical! Tour from Heather was awesome and so informative. Walking through the lavender and smelling all the...  more »
  • Despite being the √∂ff season, we really enjoyed our visit to Bridestowe. International tourists visit on a daily basis, regardless of the season. Anyone considering a career in marketing should visit ...  more »
  • We arrived on a Friday afternoon and seemed to be the only visitors at the time. The gift shop is ridiculously overpriced. Even wealthy cashed up tourists would struggle to find anything worth the pri...  more »
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  • A nice drive out the the farm. An interesting self guided tour. A nice walk around the garden s whilst eating lavender ice cream. Restaurant/cafe menu looks nice a d well priced. Huge gift shop. Unfortunately the lavender had been harvested when we were there but it was still good to see without the purple, plus no entry fee after harvesting.
  • Lovely spot. We got there right at the end of the season unfortunately, so no fields of purple :/ The place is immense though and still a sight to see. There's a cafe with lavender ice cream! The little store has everything lavender related one could want
  • Visit when it's flowering season but there will be a $10 entrance fee. Still visit if it's not flowering season and try their Lavender Ice Cream & Latte and visit the shop. Bobby the bear is a popular buy. Workers here have a bit of an attitude and seem to hate their job. Working at a tourist destination, these workers need to put a bit more effort to smile and be friendly. Other than that, it's a beautiful place to visit.
  • We were being there in the best season. And we had lots of fun. It gave us beautiful and peaceful landscape which we took plenty of time. Don't forget to try ice cream. Purple is only color we can see here. Thanks for all.
  • Beautiful scenery and friendly staff. Went there in early December, knowingly the lavender is not in season. The view is still very nice and there are some of the flowers that are already blooming. A bit put off with the entry fee for non Tasmania resident especially if the flower is not fully bloomed yet. The food is delicious. The latte is very nice. We had corn fritters, lavender ice cream and lavender scones. The one that threw me off is the staff refusal to give us tap water. Last time I checked it is mandatory by Australia law to provide tap water? If there is something wrong with the water then your cafe shouldn't use the water too.