Restaurant Australia - Tasmania
Tasmania is a food-lover’s nirvana, offering dining in a natural setting. With a strong tradition of small-scale production and organic farming, Tasmania’s dedicated growers deliver an authentic culinary experience.
Freycinet Peninsula combines granite mountains, white beaches, crystal-clear water and tawny forests, over a 38-kilometre (24-mile) coastline. Overlooking the Freycinet Peninsula and Great Oyster Bay is luxury lodge – Saffire Freycinet.
MONA, a quirky modern art gallery on the Berridale Peninsula, just 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) from Hobart, combines art with fine produce and wine, with the Moorilla Winery and Moo Brew brewery housed in the grounds of the museum.
Located just off the Tasmanian mainland near Hobart, Bruny Island is a treasure trove that boasts some of the state’s best scenery, produce and wildlife in one stunning package. The Bruny Island Long Weekend provides all of this and more in an unforgettable three days of invigorating walks, wildlife discoveries, fresh local produce and luxury camping. Delicious gourmet ingredients are collected during the day and transformed by multi-skilled guides into amazing dishes matched with excellent Tassie wines.
Spotlight: Bruny Island Long Weekend
The Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail is a self-drive journey through Tasmania’s northwest. Sample fresh produce and wine while voyaging through some of Tasmania’s most scenic regions.