Peppermint Bay Hotel is located 35 minutes south of Hobart in Woodbridge, Tasmania. Built in 2003, our award-winning architecturally designed building overlooks the D’Entrecasteaux Channel and Bruny Island. The trip down from Hobart is renowned for its scenic rural landscapes, quiet towns and the breathtaking views.
Staying true to our roots, Head Chef Toby Annear puts a heavy emphasis on a seasonally changing menu making the most of the fresh produce from our gardens and local suppliers to ensure that the best product will end up on your plate. Take a wander up to our kitchen garden and check out what’s in season. We love our Tasmanian producers, and we’re pretty sure they do it best. Our wine list is a testament to this, showcasing primarily Tasmanian wine, beer, cider and spirits.
A new event for the New Year, celebrate the beginning of 2002 at Peppermint Bay with national and local DJs, fine food and drinks, games and good vibes.
Multiple ARIA Award winner Kim Moyes is half of iconic Australian dance music duo, The Presets plus a whole lot more.
Working on his own under the moniker K.I.M, he has produced and co-written with DMA’s, DZ Deathrays, Golden Features, Moody Beach, Keli Holiday, Perfect Moment, Slum Sociable, Northeast Party House, The Australian Chamber Orchestra, Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders, Digitalism and Kirin J. Callinan amongst many others.
He has also created acclaimed remixes for a wide range of artists including Tove Lo, Kings Of Leon, Cassius, Tiga, Ajax, Flash & The Pan, Bag Raiders, Rinse and Midnight Juggernauts.
Jump on the boat and sail the musical as the Yacht Club DJs take you on a journey down an incredible highway of bouncing beats, snappy drums and warped vocals from their fearless repertoire spanning 60s blues, 90s pop, Disney soundtracks, death metal and everything in between.
Joining K.I.M & The Yacht Club DJs are resident Hobart DJs, Corney, Robotikus, Finnian Whitla and Cheek E (on the boat ride down).
Catch a ride down on the Peppermint Bay catamaran down and back and travel in style.
It is understandably difficult to pull together a coherent picture of a man whose career has included everything from the lilting, dark country of the Dark Horses, the hard-edged and snarling pub rock of the Beasts Of Bourbon, through to the evocative soundscapes of the Cruel Sea and beyond…
Perkins world-weary growl is an entirely original yet archetypically Australian sound.
Now is Tex’s reuniting with Matt Walker for duo shows. The two have been set apart by border closures, but the good news is they are on the road again. Their powerful live show features songs spanning Tex’s vast catalogue, as well as brand new material they have written together for their Fat Rubber band album.
Support from Lucie Thorne & Tash Zappala.
Music commences 4.30pm.
Limited tickets for the Peppermint Bay Ferry available