This beautiful seaside town is a quiet fishing village located near a narrow strip of land that connects the Forestier and Tasman Peninsulas with the rest of Tasmania.

The original historic Hall was one of 125 buildings destroyed in Dunalley in the 2013 fires. The new building was opened on Monday, May 11th 2015, exactly 117 years after the original hall opened in 1898. A strong gathering of community flocked to the Hall, to share fond memories of the Hall and its place in the legacy of their town.

We also hear that the freshest seafood going can be found in this scenic bayside spot. Is there any further reason needed to book a visit?!?

Tickets available online here