Swansea Bark Mill and Tavern

The Bark Mill is the perfect destination to stop along the East Coast, providing a diverse range of hospitality options in one venue.
A scenic 1.5 hour drive from Hobart or Launceston, Swansea is close to wineries and magnificent scenery across Great Oyster Bay to the Freycinet peninsula. Swansea is the perfect location as a central spot for visiting the region.
The bakery offers a deli-style dine-in menu and inhouse baked cakes and tarts even our coffee is local and bread is baked daily. Wood-fired pizzas in the iconic water tank pizza oven available all day. Enjoy a grazing platter, while the kids enjoy the playground.
The bar and grill, open for lunch and dinner, specialising in Tasmanian caught seafood platters, not your deep-fried seafood basket! The steaks are all Tasmanian and cooked to your liking on the chargrill and of course all the traditional pub grub favourites.
Sundays in summer are about to become so much more exciting offering our Summer Sunday Sessions, live acoustic music from local Tasmanian artists.
The bottle shop has a diverse range of beverages both local Tasmanian and mainstream favourites. A wide range of East Coast and Tasmanian wines showcased in our Tasmanian wine wall.
Large carpark and coach parking facilities close to the entrance of the building and clean restrooms.

Contact Details

96 Tasman Highway
Swansea, 7190

6257 8094
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