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Tasmania's best cool-climate wines, whiskies, restaurants and fine produce

The path to salivation definitely detours via Tasmania. The state has a delicious reputation for cool-climate wines and fresh foods. Visitors can have their own food festival: choose from the likes of smoked salmon and abalone, cheeses, honey, ice cream and some of Australia's finest pinot noir, sparkling wines and whiskies. Whether you source fresh food from the farm gates or the restaurants, good food is as much a part of Tasmania as the World Heritage Area and the Tasmanian devil.

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Southern-Wine-Route 2

Southern Wine Route

Hobart & Surrounds, Tasmania

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King-Island-Cheese 3

King Island Cheese

King Island, Tasmania

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East-Coast-Wine-Route 4

East Coast Wine Route

East Coast, Tasmania

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Taste-Festival 5

Taste Festival

Hobart, Tasmania

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Tamar-Valley-Wine-Route 8

Tamar Valley Wine Route

Tamar Valley, Tasmania

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Tastings-at-the-Top 9

Tastings at the Top

Cradle Mountain, Tasmania

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Oysters 10

Oysters

Various, Tasmania

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Cascade 11

Cascade

Hobart, Tasmania

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North-West-Wine-Route 12

North West Wine Route

Devonport & surrounds, Tasmania

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Pyenghana-Cheese 14

Pyenghana Cheese

Pyengana, Tasmania

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Companion-Bakery-Oatlands 15
Peppermint-Bay 16

Peppermint Bay

Woodbridge, Tasmania

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Festivale 17

Festivale

Launceston, Tasmania

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Agrarian-Kitchen 18

Agrarian Kitchen

Lachlan, Tasmania

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Moo-Brew 20

Moo Brew

Hobart, Tasmania

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Red-Feather-Inn 21

Red Feather Inn

Hadspen, Tasmania

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Boags 22

Boags

Launceston, Tasmania

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Ashgrove 23

Ashgrove

Elizabeth Town, Tasmania

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Iron-House 24

Iron House

Ironhouse Point, Tasmania

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