Saturday May 21, 2022
24 Smith Street, Smithton, TAS 7330 - (03) 6452 3333
Pavilion finally launched

Pavilion finally launched

Circular Head Heritage Centre President Patrick Bakes said that the CHHC committee were glad to be utilising the new space, and commended Elayne Blake for her commitment and organisation throughout the transition from the Nelson Street location. Artefacts from the old site were packed up over the course of three months, with five truckloads and five trailer loads as well as garden implements...
Learning on the job

Learning on the job

Smithton High School’s Rustic Duck cafe provides a valuable opportunity for students to pick up experience in a working kitchen while working towards a qualification. The cafe first opened its doors in 2018 and has been well supported by classes of passionate students since then. Trainer Kim Muller guides students through Certificate II in Hospitality as the year wears on, closing the cafe for...
Honest Pub Fare

Honest Pub Fare

The Marrawah Tavern is like taking a trip back in time to when pubs were actually pubs.  The days when your meals were substantial and the service efficient and coupled with friendly banter.  The days when the cosiness of a fireplace warms your limbs as you sit in a comfortable chair, your appetite growing as aromas waft from the nearby kitchen.  The trip to Marrawah Tavern is...
Be Delighted at Beejules

Be Delighted at Beejules

Kafein Fix in Smithton has undergone a change of hands recently. Chef Belinda Taylor and barista Julie Casburn have partnered up and opened Beejules@Kafein Fix. Belinda and Julie (Jules) are the faces behind Beejules Food and Coffee van. Purchased in September 2020, Belinda’s dream came to a halt after a change in council policy.  Not allowed to operate on public land, the pair have been...
The Forest General Store has everything, plus more.

The Forest General Store has everything, plus more.

The Horton family endeavour to provide as many necessities as possible to service the local community.  However their hot food and spacious dining area is certainly worth a visit even if you live out of the Forest area.  Catering for hungry customers seven days a week, the menu is extensive and includes weekly specials such as pizza, hot spuds and roasts.  Takeaways are...

Circular Head Chronicle

Serving Circular Head since 1906

24 Smith Street
Smithton, TAS 7330
PO Box 201

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