Winter brings with it chunky accessories like knitted scarves, beanies and gloves, not to mention an excuse to get out your favourite winter coat and buy some new boots! Rugging up is part of the fun. Visit The Sheeps Back or Waverley Woollen Mills Shop for some warm and woolly winter fashion.
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Let’s be honest, whilst real coffee junkies visit their local baristas year round, the cooler months mean more of the hot stuff. A cup of caffeine will get you through the day and keep you warm, so make your way along George St, where you'll find a variety of cafes serving up steamy cups of joy.
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We're officially declaring winter the season of the beard. If you’re lucky enough to be able to grow one, a bit of facial fluff is sure to keep you warm in winter. Barber on George and The Kingsway Barbershop will keep your beard looking fresh all season long.
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The three P’s - pizza, popcorn and pasta are as good as a big hug in cooler weather, that’s why they call it comfort food! Winter gives you the opportunity to visit that restaurant you've been meaning to try.
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Beautiful flowers, such as winter jasmine, pansies and viola are in abundance in the winter months. Rain, hail and shine, these little suckers are tough and withstand the harshest of weather conditions. Take some home for yourself from Acreage Home Store and The Tamar Valley Rose Shop.
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Berlin, Paris, Denmark, these guys may experience some of the coldest weather but they sure know how to throw a party! Why hibernate in winter when there are so many events to keep you entertained? Get up off the couch, round up some friends and explore all that inner city businesses have on offer.
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A crackle and pop and you know that it’s winter, with the warmth of a good hug, a fire can brighten a room and banish those winter blues. Cosy up with a drink and a fancy meal to takeaway from Black Cow Bistro or Stelo at Pierres.
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We all know that AFL is a favourite winter sport, but other sports on the winter calendar include netball and soccer. There is something fun about watching teams battle it out for the win. If there is mud, then it’s a bonus! Go the TASSIE HAWKS!
In the Tasmanian winter, an extra drizzle of rain brings with it bright sunsets. This is because of the clean air and the height that the sun sets. Grab a blanket and some friends and view the beauty of the natural world, we hear it even makes Launceston's skyline look a bit special, too!