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All reviews feed the fish pancakes trout fish food resident platypus riverside walk fun feeding beautiful grounds fly fishing huge fish mt field great attraction old trees picnic lunch whole family glass of wine interesting history
What a place, whether you fish or not...it is a must do itinerary inclusion for a days around Hobart surrounds.
The setting is magical and the facilities first class - with a restaurant that has to be eaten at to understand why I wrote this...
The salmon ponds were a great place to stop and stretch the legs. The grounds were beautiful. The little museum was very interesting. But best of all was feeding the fish and watching them jump out of the water and fight to the food. It...More
Well we thought we had seen so many salmon ponds, we would give this one a miss. So glad we didn't. We enjoyed the most beautifully made salmon crepe, wine and delicious dessert, with a view to what could only be called a litle botanical...More
Lovely place with a nice cafe, beautiful grounds and lots and lots of trout to feed!
There are interesting exhibits showcasing the history of salmon / trout farming and fishing. The lemon butter crepe with cream & ice cream was delicious finished off with a...More
Last time we went to salmon ponds was 20years ago, now there has a lot of changes , garden are so beautiful, ponds are built so nicely and there are many tables and chairs for people having picnic. But,but cafe menu are so poor,only 3...More
Enjoy a relaxing visit to the Salmon Ponds Hatchery. Read the interesting story behind this “gem in the rough.” On our visit (Oct. 28) the weather was perfect. Enjoy a cup of coffee at one many covered areas on the grounds.
Easy morning stop off at the Salmon Ponds. Fish were very hungry, the kids (2, 4, 6) loved feeding them. Especially the Tiger Trout! Very pretty grounds, lovely walk by river but didn’t see the platypus.