The Dunalley Waterfront Cafe and Gallery is a contemporary gallery and eatery in Tasmania's South, halfway between Hobart and Port Arthur.
Housed with an atmospheric 1942 timber building which was originally a fish cannery supplying overseas troops, the boutique restaurant highlights the best of regional produce, showcases local art and artists, and acts as a cellar door for the acclaimed local Bream Creek Winery. Tastings and sales of Bream Creek wines are available during opening hours. The gallery is housed within the restaurant and local milliners, jewellers and sculptors wares are also on show. Regionally produced jams, preserves and a range of gourmet products are also available for visitors to purchase. You can visit the restaurant seven days a week for breakfast and lunch, with dining on Friday and Saturday evenings. Closed on Tuesdays from Mid April to November.
Dunalley is a 48 minute drive (56 kilometres/35 miles) from ...read more
- Indoor Dining
- Harbourside Dining
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- Wheel Chair Access
- Family Friendly
- Private Function
- Group Bookings
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- Licensed and BYO
- Mains $20-$30
- Entrees under $20
Mum and I managed to come across the Dunalley Waterfront Cafe when were on our Tassie trip, making our way to Port Arthur. We needed a loo and a cuppa and we were stoked this was the place we found.
Beautiful waterfront local that would mostly be visited by tourists and a small number of locals.
The view as awesome as was the lovely art they had for sale around the place. The staff were friendly, the coffee good and we were lucky enough to get some raspberry friands straight out of the oven. I will remember the friand as one of the best I have ever had, never had one so fresh.
If were in the area at a different time we could have had a full lunch and experienced more of their good looking menu but as it was this will always be my friand place.