Best Cuisine Adventures in Tasmania
Take your tastebuds on a culinary tour and experience all of the tantalising flavours of Tasmania.
It might be known as the ‘Apple Isle’, but there’s more to Tassie than just apples. From freshly shucked oysters and homegrown salmon on the east coast to locally crafted beer, fresh olives and cheese on Bruny Island and gourmet meals on Maria Island paired with local award-winning wines – Tasmania is home to an outstanding and diverse array of gastronomical delights. The island state’s rich soil pure air and clean water pave the way for fresh produce, meat, seafood and wines that are guaranteed to satisfy every discerning food lover’s palette.
We’ve come up with the best way to enjoy the island’s spectacular flavours, pairing our adventurous itineraries with food loving experiences that take you deep into the heart of Tasmania by the tastiest route – your stomach!
Let Tasmanian Expeditions tempt your taste buds with these gourmet food adventures:
Discover the food, wine, wilderness & wildlife of Tasmania’s remote & rugged south by bike. Find out more
An exceptional long weekend of coastal walks, luxury camping, and exquisite meals. Find out more
Discover the pristine landscapes and intriguing history of Maria Island by day and then relax each night with a glass of wine at our comfortable wilderness camps and the historic Bernacchi House. Find out more
Experience blissful walks (while carrying no more than a light day-pack) in Freycinet National Park, home to white sandy beaches, dramatic granite mountains, and bird-filled lagoons, then return each evening to the secluded Friendly Beaches Lodge to enjoy splendid meals, local wine and a comfortable bed.
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Discover the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain – Lake St. Clair National Park and enjoy walking between the comfort and warmth of each evenings private hut accommodation. Find out more
Discover pristine wilderness, mouth-watering local foods and tranquil accommodations on this idyllic short escape to the beautiful Bay of Fires. Find out more