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100 Cadbury Road, Claremont, Tasmania, Australia
  • However, unlike our experience at the Hersey’s Chocolate world in Pennsylvania wherein we were able to tour the whole factory and saw every step in chocolate making instead of just a video, this Cadbury experience was not that exciting

    • by Ninrec
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      We were just in time for the last demonstration of chocolate making at the Cadbury Visitor’s Centre. After paying the entrance fee of A$7.50 each, we waited inside a room for the showing. Other tourists were already seated when we came in.

      The presentation was helpful because it featured how chocolates were made. In between the presentation, some visitors asked questions which the resource person willingly answered. Information also about the factory’s history and its branches were


      tackled. However, unlike our experience at the Hersey’s Chocolate world in Pennsylvania wherein we were able to tour the whole factory and saw every step in chocolate making instead of just a video, this Cadbury experience was not that exciting. The factory itself is off limits to visitors for safety and health reasons. After the presentation, we were allowed to go to the retail shop.

      Freddo the mascot , was very friendly and posed for some photographs.


      • At the retail shop, there were gift items like t shirts with Cadbury designs. Inside the chocolate section, there were pounds and pounds of chocolates. The prices were really give-away although the packaging was only in white paper, not the Cadbury covers in supermarkets and other stores. One must be very careful though with these packages. When I checked the expiry of the chocolates, it was very soon, the exact date of our visit. But
        if the chocolates were meant to be given as gifts like we wanted to do, we double checked the expiry dates to be sure that they were beyond the date of our return home.

        The treat I loved the most was the machine called Tasmanian Penny Impressions. I made all four impressions as souvenirs.

        Children will love a visit to this place. All visitors were given a small box of assorted Cadbury chocolates as they got out of the place.




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