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Margate Tavern

1704 Channel Hwy, Margate TAS 7054

Pop in for a drink. You'll find our friendly staff are waiting to take your order and pour your next drink. Enjoy a meal with family or friends, a quite drink, or get rowdy in the TAB. Come on down and say Hi! Relax with a game of Pool and a few cold ones.

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Oyster Cove Inn

1 Ferry Rd, Kettering TAS 7155

The Oyster Cove Inn is situated in Kettering, a small fishing village just 30 km south of Hobart, making it a popular weekend getaway. It is a haven for yachtsmen that explore the stunning waterways of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel. Kettering supports many commercial marinas, but still retains the warmth and character of a picturesque fishing village. The Village is situated in the bay known as Little Oyster Cove and is a producer of wine, seafood, fruit and vegetables.

Kettering is a port where a vehicular ferry makes the short passage across the D'Entrecasteaux Channel to the beautiful and historic Bruny Island. This southern region of Tasmania is of great historical significance to the development of European exploration of the 'Great Southern Land'. Both the 'Channel' and Bruny are named after the French explorer Bruni d'Entrecasteaux.

Today, the 'Channel' is best known amongst the world's boating community as one of Australia's great cruising destinations, welcoming yachts from around the globe to KETTERING, and to the OYSTER COVE INN.

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North West Bay Golf Club

1395 Channel Highway, Margate TAS 7054

The North West Bay Golf Club is southern Tasmania’s only 18-hole country course.

Located in Margate, the course is 15 minutes south of Hobart (19 kilometres).

The North West Bay Golf Club offers expansive views of Bruny Island and the D’Entrecasteaux Channel.

This tree-lined, undulating course features many challenging holes that will test your uphill, downhill and side-hill shot skills.

Visiting golfers who are members and associates of registered interstate clubs are welcome and the course is open for green-fee players on Sundays.

The Club also has a bar, kiosk and practice facilities.

Golf cars are available for hire and barbecue facilities are available by arrangement.

Check the club website for green fees and competition schedule.

Holes: 18, Par: 72, Length: 6,108 metres, Australian Course Rating: 71