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Major Oak Theatre Restaurant

Corner Queen and Belar Streets, St Marys NSW 2760

BEST SYDNEY THEATRE RESTAURANT
Another Bobby Bradford Production
The Major Oak is the longest running theatre restaurant in Western Sydney
Live band, great costumes and entertainment.
Celebrate your birthday, hens night, work Christmas party or any other occasion.

"The Great Pretenders"
Big production show. Great costumes.
More than 25 celebrity send ups, tributes, impersonations,
comedy, song and so much more...
With live music performed by "The Chain Gang"
Huge dance floor with plenty of opportunities to dance.

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Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe

5 Story Street, St Marys TAS 7215

Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe is located in St Marys in the scenic Fingal Valley. The Purple Possum is a wholefood store, a cafe and a mini-gallery plus a bric-a-brac shed in the garden all rolled into one. The cafe's mini-gallery section displays the works of local photographers, artists and crafts people. Nearby in St Marys there is a fibre and textiles gallery. The historic railway station just out of town is now an interesting memorabilia museum. The quaint and quirky cafe is a meeting place for local townsfolk and a focal point for tourists. The Purple Possum offers tasty, healthy food, vegie burgers and fresh salads with herbs straight from the garden. Specialties include date scones and rhubarb cake baked on the premises. Coffee is served just as customers like it. The wholefoods section stocks a large range of wholefoods sold in small or large quantities, as well as local honey, organic vegetables, sweets and special dietary needs. The Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe is about 30 minutes from Bicheno to the south via Elephant Pass and 30 minutes from St Helens to the north via St Marys Pass. The East Coast beaches are 20 minutes away.

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St Marys Sports Centre

Gray Road, St Marys TAS 7215

St Marys Sports Centre provides a range of activities at St Marys on Tasmania's east coast. You can choose between lawn bowls, golf, eight-ball and darts. There is a nine-hole golf course open seven days a week to the public. Local community members and visitors can play lawn bowls on the weekends and evenings. The centre is not open full hours daily, although bookings can be arranged for specific activities. There is a bowling rink for lawn bowls, golf clubs can be hired and a catering committee is available. The golf course (par 68) is situated around a football oval, race track and bowls green. The flat and well grassed course provides for easy walking. While you are in the region, plan a short day trip to the Douglas Apsley National Park. Enjoy a range of excellent bushwalks, sweeping coastlines and towering waterfalls. You can order pancakes at the famous Mt Elephant Pancake Barn nearby. Freycinet National Park and the Bay of Fires are also worth a visit for those who enjoy far-stretching pristine beaches. St Marys Sports Centre is a one hour and forty-minute drive east of Launceston (129 kilometres/80 miles).

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Blueberry Cottage Open Gardens

826 Elephant Pass, St Marys TAS 7215

Blueberry cottage Open Gardens offer a natural country garden in Tasmania's north east. The delightful garden is set on the slopes of Mount Elephant. From the shop you can buy wonderful homemade jams and jellies, exclusive soft toys, other assorted giftware and seeds and plants in season. You can also have an exclusive, personalised souvenir post card made to remind you of your visit. While you're in the area why not visit the famous Mt Elephant Pancake Barn up the lane? You are centrally located for short trips to the Douglas Apsley National Park and sparkling coastal beaches. Freycinet National Park, home to magnificent Wineglass Bay is a short drive down the coast and the Bay of Fires is well worth a visit. Just north of St Marys is South Sister, a rocky hill offering panoramic views over German Town Road. Blueberry cottage Open Gardens is located at St Marys is about one hour and forty-minutes' drive east of Launceston (129 kilometres/80 miles).

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Gone Rustic

37 Main Street, St Marys TAS 7215

Gone Rustic is a working studio and gallery in St. Marys, in North-East Tasmania. Gone Rustic features the work of award winning Tasmanian fibre and textile artist Rita Summers. Fibre and textile, mixed media art, quilts and other quality handmade items are on display and for sale. Rita also sells vintage, antique and retro collectibles. In addition, Rita hosts touring exhibitions at Gone Rustic during the year through Tasmanian Regional Arts, and regularly displays and sells the work of other artists and artisans as well as her own. Groups such as Rustic Ragamuffins and Journals Anonymous meet regularly at Gone Rustic for mutual inspiration, fun and friendship. To find out more, and to view or purchase Rita's art and collectibles online, please visit the Gone Rustic website. St Marys is a one hour and 40 minute drive (130 kilometres / 81 miles) East of Launceston.

Addlestone House Bed & Breakfast

19 Gray Road, St Marys TAS 7215
Addlestone House is a spotlessly maintained traditionally-hosted Bed and Breakfast situated in St Marys on Tasmania's East Coast hinterland bounded by mountains, rain forests, rivers, waterfalls and fertile land. Steeped in farming, mining, railway and convict history, St Marys is only a 90-minute drive from Launceston and a 15-minute drive to the white sandy beaches on the east coast. Experience the famous country hospitality in leafy surrounds, unique cafes, arts, crafts, galleries, collectables and museums. Nearby are nationally significant parks including the magnificent Bay of Fires, spectacular Wineglass Bay, inspiring Evercreech Forest, the rugged beauty of Douglas Apsley National Park and the challenging climb of St Patricks Head lookout. Centrally positioned with nearby towns of Avoca, Fingal, St Helens, Scamander, Bicheno and Coles Bay, 4 star AAA rated Addlestone House includes two ensuite rooms each with a queen-size bed, adjoining sun room, ducted heating and electric blankets. Quality bedding, towels, toiletries and hair dryer are provided, as well as a hearty home cooked and/or continental breakfast. The Guest lounge includes a 42 inch television, books, DVDs, CDs, games, tea and coffee making facilities. Free Wi-Fi, complimentary chocolates, port, sherry and an optional photographic portrait are all included in the tarrif....

St Marys

St Marys, St Marys TAS 7215
St Marys is a small township nestled beneath St Patrick's Head, an impressive rocky outcrop in Tasmania's North East. The town is a 10-15 min drive inland from the coast, 600 metres above sea level and surrounded by hills, pristine forests and majestic lookouts with fantastic views of the coast below. St Marys offers a range of accommodation, a craft gallery, bakery, shops and supermarkets, while the St Marys Hotel, built in 1916, is a feature of the town centre. There are also some lovely old buildings along the main street including the original railway station, now a quirky museum of local relics and oddities. From St Marys, visitors can drive up the Fingal Valley to the Evercreech Forest Reserve. (There's signage to the reserve in the township of Fingal.) As well as its spectacular trees, ferns and mountain streams, Evercreech is home to the White Knights - the tallest white gums in existence. St Marys is also close to Douglas-Apsley National Park with its beautiful forests, waterfalls and excellent bushwalks. The coastline is a short drive away via the Elephant Pass or St Marys Pass. Both roads hug the mountain and are popular for training cyclists. St Marys is a 1 hr 40-min drive (128 km) east of Launceston. ...