4-Day Gourmet Tasmanian Produce & Wine Tour

The Ultimate 4-day Tasmanian Wine And Produce Experience

Fine-wine connoisseurs and gourmands will be in their element on this four-day luxury tour of Tasmania, offering an intimate group of maximum eight travelers. Enjoy a feast for the senses as you’re whisked from Launceston to Hobart, visiting iconic cool-climate wine region cellar doors and wineries, dairies crafting award-winning cheeses and a chocolate tempering mouthwatering pralines.

Includes three nights of luxury accommodation, daily breakfast, four incredible lunches, and three dinners including a sumptuous seven-course Chinese feast, a MONA ticket, visits to Richmond, and the Salamanca Precinct, the services of an experienced, local guide, airport transfers and more.

Two package options available:

  • 3 nights of premium twin share accommodation
  • Premium wine tastings
  • 1 x Mona ticket
  • Airport transfers
  • Bottle of sparkling Tasmanian wine on arrival
From $2699
  • 3 x Hot breakfasts
  • 2 x 3-Course dinners
  • 1 x Chinese banquet
  • 3 x stunning lunches
  • 3 nights of premium twin share accommodation
  • Premium wine tastings
  • 1 x Mona ticket
  • Airport transfers
  • Bottle of sparkling Tasmanian wine on arrival
From $3099
2 person minimum to complete tour. Price is per person and twin share.
A $300 single surcharge will apply.

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Cataract Gorge Launceston

Your itinerary

A warm welcome and introduction to the picturesque Launceston proceeds with a day full of stunning scenery and wine tasting at world-class wineries.

Destination one will be the magnificent Cataract Gorge. Only minutes from the CBD, the Cataract Gorge is a destination like no other. The bushland, cliffs, and ice-cold South Esk River feel a million miles from town. At First Basin, there are many enjoyable activities including a chairlift, swimming pool, cafe, and restaurant. Peacocks wander freely throughout the gorgeous landscape, where time seems to standstill.

You will then head on a luxury journey to the picturesque Tamar Valley wine region, sampling the finest wines, and enjoying lunch. Stop at Tamar Ridge Winery and Moores Hill Estate, and enjoy a locally sourced produce platter for lunch, rounded off by a visit to Holm Oak Vineyard to experience an array of stunning wine.

Following the final winery tour, you will make the short 40-minute journey to the center of Launceston for your stay in one of the apartments at The Sebel. This boutique accommodation offers spacious rooms with balconies where you can enjoy a complimentary welcome bottle of the House of Arras, a premium Tasmanian sparkling wine. Once you have settled in, a three-course evening meal will be served at Bluestone Bar & Kitchen. This award-winning restaurant was voted Accor Pacific’s Franchise Restaurant of the Year in 2019 and proudly offers a true paddock-to-plate experience in addition to a wide range of Tasmania’s finest wines, whiskeys, and gins.

A gorgeous locally-sourced breakfast at the Bluestone Bar & Kitchen will provide much-needed energy to tackle the trip to Hobart.

A one-hour journey will see us reach the historic Campbell Town. Campbell Town has an impressive collection of colonial buildings, with many antique and specialty shops, including some great coffee options. A perfect location to stretch the legs.

Next stop, Richmond. Richmond is one of Tasmania’s most popular destinations, steeped in history, family-friendly, and a hub for food and wine lovers. Nestled in the heart of the Coal River Valley, Richmond was established as an important military staging post and convict station, linking Hobart with Port Arthur.

Richmond is part of the Coal River region. There are many delightful locations to visit, but we will focus on two this afternoon. The first will be the Wicked Cheese Company. Wicked Cheese is a family-owned, boutique cheesemaker and has, in a few short years, gained recognition as one of the most impressive, high-quality, handmade cheese ranges in Australia.

Our second stop at Coal River will be the family-run business Coal River Farm, where we’ll enjoy a gourmet lunch. The Coal River Farm is proud to be growing, making and sharing the spoils of its labor with people who love knowing where their food comes from and specializes in berries, chocolate, and cheese.

Our next attraction has taken the world by storm. MONA, Museum of Old and New Art, is located within the Moorilla winery on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart. It is the largest privately-funded museum in Australia. The museum presents antiquities and modern and contemporary art from the David Walsh collection. Walsh has described the museum as a “subversive adult Disneyland.”

Next, we’ll make our way to The Wrest Point Hotel Casino for dinner and accommodation. The Wrest Point Casino was Australia’s first legal casino, opening in the suburb of Sandy Bay in Hobart.

Kwan Ho is tonight’s dinner location. A Chinese phrase that means ‘Noble Man’, Kwan Ho specializes in a range of Cantonese, Sichuan, Shanghai, and other Chinese cuisines. A sumptuous classic banquet will be the perfect way to end the day!

Heading off on our day 3 adventure, we make our way to the stunning Salamanca precinct for breakfast. Salamanca Place itself consists of rows of sandstone buildings, formerly warehouses for the port of Hobart Town that have since been converted into restaurants, galleries, craft shops, and offices.

We then make our way to a beautiful and historic town, Ross. Ross is arguably the finest 19th-century village in Australia. Cobble-style paths and grand old elm trees line the main street, while the Ross Bridge, Australia’s third oldest bridge still standing, is possibly the most beautiful of its kind left in the world. A perfect location to stretch the legs and enjoy a drink.

Launceston has an abundance of world-class wineries. Josef Chromy Vineyard is particularly stunning. Acclaimed as one of Australia’s top ten, the cellar door is housed in the original 1880s homestead. There’s always a log fire burning and a great view to take in while you taste a wide range of award-winning cool-climate wines including sparkling, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Sauvignon blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Botrytis Riesling, and a Ruby Pinot Port. We will enjoy a gorgeous lunch at Josef Chromy Vineyard today.

The second and final winery we will visit is Sharmans Wines. Sharmans’ renowned Tasmanian wines benefit not only from the maturity of the vines but also from a variety of other factors that result in exceptional conditions for the growth and ripening of the fruit. The vineyard is planted on north-facing slopes, and the soils are clay-based and sufficiently austere to produce slow ripening of the grapes, enabling a full development of flavor and complexity in our wines. We will have the luxury of tasting a range of these wines.

Back to the Sebel Launceston where you will once again enjoy beautiful accommodation. Dinner a short walk away at Rupert & Hound within the Seaport restaurant precinct.

Today we will visit the North West of Tasmania, particularly focusing on the tremendous produce available.

Breakfast will take place after a 30-minute drive at the Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm, just outside the quaint town of Deloraine. Specializing in gourmet Raspberry delights and a must-do when visiting Tasmania.

A short journey away is the House of Anvers Chocolate Factory. When you visit the House of Anvers you can see our qualified confectionery staff tempering, molding and enrobing fine couverture chocolates, truffles, pralines, fudges, and more.

The Mersey Bluff is located in Devonport and a great spot to take in the magic sea air and stretch the legs. The Spirit of Tasmania service connects Tasmania and the Mainland and docks in Devonport and is a regular destination for tourists who wish to bring their vehicles across.

Lunch and wine tasting take us to a stunning winery, Ghost Rock Vineyard. The vibrant cellar door – twice crowned Tourism Tasmania’s ‘Best Cellar Door’ offers wine tastings and lunch featuring local artisan food producers. Surrounded by its six vineyards and with striking views over Tasmania’s pristine coastline and countryside, it’s one of the state’s unique wine experiences.

Our final destination is for the cheese lovers, Ashgrove Cheese Factory. Ashgrove Cheese is a family-owned and operated company that produces premium quality dairy products for handcrafted cheddar-style cheeses for customers all across Australia. Ashgrove’s impeccable quality has been proven again and again with accolades from the Dairy Industry Association of Australia and other dairy and food award shows, proof that is constantly reinforced by the enduring loyalty of their customers.

Back to Launceston to finish a fantastic four days. It will be a 45-minute journey in luxury transport in a fully air-conditioned back to Launceston to drop off at 4 pm.

Minimum group of 2 for the tour to commence. The above tour is subject to the availability of accommodation premises and restaurants for the required period. See terms and conditions for more information.
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