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The tiny village of Cygnet is located in south Tasmania’s Huon Valley which is famous for fruit and berry farming. The interesting name comes from the black swans which were noted in the area by one of its first Western visitors, the French navigator Bruni D’Entrecasteaux, who first described the area in 1793.
Nowadays the quaint little town is a haven for artists and musicians and there are galleries, craft shops, studios and even an opportunity to ‘meet the maker’ on the Cygnet Art Trail. There’s also a folk festival held here every January which attracts musicians from all around the world.
There are a number of historic buildings in Cygnet and luxury accommodation is available, to suit even the most discerning visitor. When you get hungry there are plenty of options for such a small place – The Aquagrill Seafood Cafe comes highly recommended.
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