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Perfect Day Tours

Launceston, Australia
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Perfect Day Tours runs gourmet food walking tours of Launceston. We showcase some of the finest producers and providores in Northern Tasmania.
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Vicki H wrote a review Dec 2015
Launceston, Australia1 contribution1 helpful vote
Love the tour & it was a perfect day tour. Started with a morning coffee & information on how to order a coffee. Then honey, chocolates, cheese & to top it off a beautiful platter with a glass of Tassie wine. This was all on foot with guided information & lovely people to meet. I enjoyed it and would highly recommend if you have visitors and are looking to show off Launceston to them !!!
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Date of experience: November 2015
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Amanda M wrote a review Dec 2015
Launceston, Australia32 contributions18 helpful votes
I had the pleasure of recently going on a Perfect Day Tour... What a great way to see some lovely eateries and buildings around the city of Launceston. Our well informed guide took our small intimate group of 8 people to selected venues around Launceston where we sampled the delights of local produce and listened to information on the products from the owners of the businesses. A very enjoyable tour and would highly recommend to visitors of Launceston and locals alike.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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Johanna B wrote a review Dec 2015
Launceston, Australia7 contributions1 helpful vote
The tour was called 'Taste the Town' and we certainly did! I felt suitably sated after enjoying coffee with local sourdough and honey, hand-made chocolate, and an array of cheeses, fruit and other treats with a glass of wine to finish off. Our guide, Susan, shared some interesting facts about Launceston, its buildings and inhabitants and each venue included a chat with the owner/manager about their business and its produce. A thoroughly delightful way to spend a spring morning in Launceston.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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