Huon Valley is said to be Tasmania’s best-kept gourmet secret, with rivers, orchards, friendly locals and hearty food. Here are a few of our must-see spots.
Just 10 minutes from Cygnet, this charming retreat on Beaupre Peninsula is all about disconnecting the WiFi and reconnecting with nature.
The jewel of Tasmania’s east coast, Freycinet is teeming with cool cafes, sprawling wineries and word class restaurants. Not to mention some stellar hotels.
Hot on Hobart’s heels, Launceston is fast becoming the golden child of Tasmania’s food and wine scene.
There is no city in Australia that has undergone such monumental changes over the past decade as Tasmania’s capital Hobart.
Cygnet is popular for its cafes, galleries, antique and curio stores and local artisans, ranging from potters to wooden spoon carvers.