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    pancakes and chocolate- now you're talking! bpac do you know the name of the chocolate shop?

    A colleague who travels a lot in Tassie says that Ross is better than Oatland, a bit more to do there, opinions?

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    Oatlands is beautiful, however not much to do.
    It has the only original working flour mill in the country with a quirky bakery which may interest you. It has a lovely lake with lots of ducks & swans, our 2 year old loves feeding the ducks there.

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    If you're only going between Launceston and Hobart, I wouldn't venture too far down south (Hastings, Tahune etc) as they're a fair way from the CBD, they're quite a drive from me and i'm in the Huon Valley, but it depends on how well you travel when pregnant and how much your toddler tolerates the car!

    But my suggestions would be:

    The Salmon Ponds in the Derwent Valley, entry is cheap ($8 per adult and young children are free), you pay $2 for some fish food pellets and watch the fish go nutso as you feed them, my children LOVE this and then you can grab savoury or sweet pancakes in the pancake parlour.

    Tazmazia which is just out of Sheffield. We haven't made it there yet, but it's very much something we're wanting to do soon. I reckon a 2yo who loves to run would have a ball!

    Oatlands is lovely, you can do a tour of the old flour mill which is pretty cool, not sure there's really a great deal for a toddler to do though, that'd be the only thing.

    Every one has made some great suggestions though, i've even noted some suggestions myself


 

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