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Approaching 200 years of age, Australia's second oldest business has undergone a transformation.


Cascade Visitor Centre in Hobart, Tasmania sits in one of the most beautiful settings on Earth. With the ever-changing Mount Wellington as a back drop, and overlooking heritage gardens and the Georgian Facade of the brewery itself, Cascade Visitor Centre has been transformed. 

Originally home to Founder Peter Degraves, his wife and their 7 children, and neighbour to a wayward Errol Flynn, the visitor centre has been lavished with care and attention by its new owners, Asahi.

Founded by Australia's most successful entrepreneur, Cascade once again shines as it deserves.

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By Ivan Brewer

5 January 2021

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