Inn-Dulgence Café


A corner stone of the living city, Inn-Dulgence Café has been one of the strongest supporters of Rising Phoenix Studios. Historically speaking, an indulgence was a divine gift – and we can certainly attest that the coffee there is divinity in a cup. Inn-Dulgence’s reputation is well deserved: superb menu offerings and a warm, welcoming service that brings customers and businesses back time and time again.

Owner/Manager Leeanne Sefton, well known in our fair community, deserves our thanks and praise. For coffee, business mentoring, meeting spaces and friendship all freely given in support of the young people of Devonport, our heartfelt thanks go to Leeanne and her staff.


Inn-Dulgence Café
Shop 3/7 Best St
TAS 7310
(03) 6423 5848
0408 594 352

The Devonport Farmers’ Market

The Devonport Farmers’ Market, which can be located at the Devonport Showgrounds off Gunn Street, opens every second and fourth Saturday of each month from 8:30am to 12pm offers a wide variety of fresh products from local farmers and handcrafted wares at cheap prices. The market itself offers a fun and friendly atmosphere with plenty to do and find. The Farmers’ Market is a necessity for the local merchants as it offers a way to support local farmers without having to shop at large supermarkets.

If you’re interested in having your own stall and selling your own wares at the market, you can contact Brian Chandler at 0419 885 473 or via email at

Jakob Barrett

Turkish Delight Review

A new restaurant, Turkish Delight, has opened up on Rooke Street in Devonport quite recently and has gained a quick reputation for excellent food and service. The restaurant serves Döner kebabs, a Turkish dish where meat is cooked on a vertical rotisserie. They also serve a variety of other meals such as a choice variety of pizzas, which I hear are sublime. Customers can eat either in-store or takeaway and the staff seems friendly and always willing greet you with a smile.

I have seen some very interesting meals I intend on trying each time I go back. I heartily recommend visiting Turkish Delight at your earliest convenience to get yourself some delicious food.

28 Rooke Street Devonport

Jakob Barrett

Chocolate Winterfest 2015

Last month (August 8-9) saw the return of rather unique annual event to the small town of Latrobe, The Latrobe Chocolate Winterfest. It is an event that demonstrated some of Tasmania’s biggest strengths and drawcards in terms of tourism and local charm.

Now in its eleventh year, the festival is gaining immense popularity, both from visitors, local residents and business owners who participate in the event.

Tasmania is known for its beautiful produce and fine dining, wines and beer, and with the Choclatier House of Anvers located just outside of town, Latrobe has become a popular destination for those with a sweet tooth.

Growing more popular each year, the weekend boasted many fun attractions. On top of cooking classes, mousse eating competitions and a cake decorating competition, this year brought new activities including, shadow puppets with chocolate, a Willy Wonka photo booth and white chocolate foot massages, for the ultimate chocolate fans.

The rise in popularity even bringing chocolatier Pascal Janvier down from Melbourne to host a chocolate appreciation class.

Showing no signs of slowing down, plans have already begun for Chocolate Winterfest 2016. Promising another boon for the state’s economy and excitment for chocolate lovers.

Keagan Belbin