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Music on the hill at Devils Corner

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Join us for live music on the hill, wood-fired pizza, fresh seafood and award winning wines — Devil’s style.

Music on the Hill Sunday 11th October 12 – 3pm

FREE entry with live tunes from local Tasmanian act Pretty Things

Cellar Door: Open 10am – 3pm

Enjoy all-day cheese platters alongside a lineup of our multi-award winning wines, including gold trophy winner, 2018 Resolution Pinot Noir.

Wine: Wines available by the glass or bottle.

Food: Open 10am – 3pm

The Fishers | Freshly shucked oysters and seafood straight from the Freycinet Marine Farm.

Tombolo Café | Rustic, thin crust wood-fired pizza fresh out the oven.


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