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Taste of Tasmania

"It is a land of cream and honey - thick King Island dairy cream and honey from the leatherwood trees. The crayfish are as big as cats, the mountain streams so pure that the women come to collect the water like modern-day Rebeccas at the well."

Victoria Mather, Tatler Magazine

The island of Tasmania - is one of Australia's best kept secrets. This unique region offers dramatic mountain peaks, waterfalls, abundant native wildlife, fields of lavender and is becoming increasingly known for their production of premium wines, pristine seafood and Wagyu beef, cheeses, honey and other culinary specialties.

Begin your tour in Launceston with winemaker, Natalie Fryar for sparkling wine tastings at the Jansz winery in Pipers Brook. Overnight at the charming, luxury retreat Red Feather Inn.

Travel south two hours to Saffire Freycinet, a luxury ecolodge surrounded by ocean, beaches and granite outcrops. Enjoy Le Pique Nique - a guided 5km walk, taking you to the crystal white sands and azure waters of South Hazards Beach. You'll then be greeted by one of Saffire's chefs with a picnic of locally sourced produce: charcuterie, local oysters, barbequed seafood and free-range meats, farmhouse cheese and petit desserts before being sailed back via the peninsula's spectacular, fiery red coastline.

Complete your culinary discovery at the Moorilla Estate Winery while staying at the Henry Jones Art Hotel in Hobart.

Whether you are a foodie that loves adventure, or an adventurer that loves food - we offer you an unforgettable experience.