Lo­cal food and drink:

Milk­shakes have come a long way in Ho­bart in re­cent years. Here is a look at some of the best.

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Five of the best milk­shakes.

Ch­effies Cafe Bak­ery RAIN­BOW UNICORN, $12.95

Ch­effies calls its range of shakes OTT (Over The Top) Shakes, and that’s a very apt de­scrip­tion. The colour­ful Rain­bow Unicorn has three flavours — straw­berry, lime and ba­nana — and comes with a range of tasty ex­tras, in­clud­ing ice cream, cream, sour worms, sour straps, a sher­bet cone, and sprin­kles.

382 Main Rd, Glenorchy


Sault’s ever-pop­u­lar Cheesecake Shake is so choc-ful of flavours and tex­tures that it can be ei­ther eaten or drunk. Fresh, house-made vanilla syrup, rasp­berry coulis, and cheesecake are com­bined with ice cream and milk to cre­ate an In­sta­gram-wor­thy rip­per of a shake.

4/110 Main Rd, Moonah

The Yard — Brunswick Ho­tel CHOCO­LATE SHAKE, $9

The Yard started sell­ing its im­pres­sive shakes two years ago, and they have be­come some of the most pop­u­lar in town. The choco­late shake comes with half a litre of milk ice cream, house-made mud cake, marsh­mal­lows, whipped cream, and berry coulis, and is a par­tic­u­lar hit with vis­i­tors. Al­co­holic ver­sions are also avail­able. 67 Liver­pool St, Ho­bart

Chikko Cafe NUTELLA OREO SHAKE, $8.95

A very full and thick shake with a true “wow’’ fac­tor, Chikko’s Nutella Oreo Shake is a hit with fam­i­lies. With an in­cred­i­ble blend of Tas­ma­nian Val­halla ice cream, Nutella, Oreos and choco­late sauce, it is a true crowd-pleaser.

East­lands Shop­ping Cen­tre, 26 Bligh St, Rosny

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