10 Food-Delicious Destinations in Tasmania

The mere mention of Tassie food and wine sends many into a salivating spin. Dive in with insider knowledge and follow our handpicked menu.

The Apple Shed

Find out about Tasmania’s apple-filled past, sip organic cider and listen to live tunes at Willie Smith’s Apple Shed.

Pyengana Dairy Company & Holy Cow Café

At Pyengana they’ve been perfecting cheese-making for over a century. Here you can meet happy cows and taste farm-fresh milkshakes and ice cream.

Black Cow Bistro

This is the place to go for the best steak of your life, as premium Tasmanian grass fed, free range, dry aged beef is their speciality.

The Agrarian Kitchen

This farm-based cooking school follows a paddock-to-plate philosophy. Here you’ll find yourself milking a goat in preparation for the day’s menu.


Get a local’s lowdown on Launceston’s foodie gems and meet lolly makers, pastry chefs, restauranteurs and cider brewers with these walking tours.

Harvest Market, Launceston

Fill your bags and pockets with fresh local produce at Launceston’s Harvest Market, a community farmers’ market held every Saturday.

Southern Wild Distillery

Taste locally distilled gins and take your taste buds on a journey from the mountains to the meadows. This distillery is just one of over 40 stops along the Cradle Coast Tasting Trail.

Ironhouse Brewery

Beer drinker or not, you’ll be well catered for at IronHouse Brewery, a microbrewery that’s also home to a winery and vodka distillery.

Tamar Valley Wine Route

Go cellar door hopping through the Tamar Valley, named among the top 10 wine routes in the world and known for its sparkling and Pinot Noir varieties.

Tasmania’s Food and Wine Conservatory

This conservatory stocks 100% Tasmanian fare. Drop in for lunch or keep an eye out for a long table banquet where seasonal feasts are served with matching local wine.

Image Credits: Tourism Tasmania, Rob Burnett, Chris Crerar, Adam Gibson, Nigel Honey & Andrew Wilson