Go Gourmet in Tasmania

Tassie dishes up hearty servings of luxe gourmet experiences. Think modern art meets fine dining, oysters straight from the ocean, high-flying gourmet picnics and seafood foraging tours. These tasty moments that will make your epicurean dreams come true.

Tasmanian Seafood Seduction

This tour takes you to Bruny Island where you will enjoy a bottomless pit of plump Pacific oysters, crayfish, sea urchin and abalone all washed down with a local brew or vino.

Saffire Freycinet Marine Oyster Farm Experience

Don a pair of waders and dine in the middle of the sea, on a working oyster farm. The stunning setting on Tassie’s East Coast, offers panoramic views out to The Hazards mountain range.

Mona – art and epicurean extremes

Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) invites you to dine at its impressive eateries: The Source Restaurant and The Golden Hour, then retire to the Wine Bar or join a wine tour.

Woolnorth Aerial Paddock to Plate Tour

Fly over the northwest coast of Tasmania, tour Van Diemen’s Land Company, Woolnorth Wind Farms and Cape Grim, then devour a gourmet paddock-to-plate spread.

The Red Feather Inn Cooking School

Learn the culinary tricks of the trade with like-minded foodies using local ingredients at Launceston’s Red Feather Inn.

The Bruny Island Long Weekend

Relax and recharge with this Bruny Island food and walking tour where coastal hikes, luxury camping and gourmet food and wine combine.

Josef Chromy

Go beyond the traditional offerings of a cellar door and ask all the questions you like during a discovery tour amongst the vines and barrels at Josef Chromy – complete with wine tastings and a two-course lunch.

Par Avion Wilderness Tours

Spend a day in the wilderness on a highflying gourmet picnic. Par Avion Wilderness Tours flies you into Tasmania’s Southwest Wilderness for lunch, ensuring you return in time for cocktail hour.

Image Credits: Tourism Tasmania, Mark Chew, Adam Gibson, Rob Burnett & Liz Knox