EAT AND DRINK VAN DIEMANS

Indulge in the ultimate discovery trip through Tasmania’s breathtaking East Coast

Multiday immersive tour mixing Tasmanian wilderness adventure while indulging in local seafood, wine, whisky, craft beer & epic destinations

The East Coast of Tasmania is littered with everything you could want out of an epic adventure. Lasting 3 days we explore some of the most stunning locations in the world, including white sandy beaches, the clear blue waters of Wineglass Bay, orange tinged boulders hugging the coastline in the Bay Of Fires, sheer pink granite mountains of Freycinet National Park, all whilst indulging in world

class wines, craft beers, stunning whisky, gourmet produce and seafood so fresh it’s caught in the very bay you explored that morning.

Andy’s Trails wants to make sure you don’t just visit these locations. We’ve designed an adventure to ensure you truly experience them, whether it be exploring from high above, cruising across the water in boats and kayaks or even diving below for those that dare. Andy has explored this region many times as a local and has handpicked his ideal immersive experience into this spectacular region.

Come explore and experience true wanderlust .

 

Barilla Bay
Oysters revolutionised the cultivation of oysters in Tasmania ensuring more delicious and consistently succulent oysters. Produced in the purest of waters these oysters are second to none and it’s our hard job to sample these delicacies! Along with the abalone that Tasmania is so famous for we get to wash it all down with a ginger beer from their own brewery.

Wet your appetite with the award winning wines from the aptly named Darlington Vineyard. Uniquely located off the sheltered waters of Prosser Bay on the famous Freycinet coast. The result is truly elegant and intense bursts of flavour to tantalise your taste buds!

Devils Corner.
Nestled in the protected haven from the shipwrecked coast of the Southern Ocean lies a very special and unique winery. It’s name inspired by the famous Tasmanian Devil it is the perfect blend of wild and home. Their range of wines covers all manner of sins and you’re sure to find the perfect wine for every occasion.

Freycinet Lodge - You’d be hard pressed to find a more stunning view to wake up to. The only accommodation in the Freycinet National Park with cabins nestled amongst the native bush land you’ll be surrounded by wombats, possums and even wallabies eating at your front door.

Freycinet Kayak Adventures -
Avoid the crowds and explore Freycinet National Park from a different vantage point- the seat of your own kayak! Glide along the water and you may see the vibrant marine life the bay is so famous for, paddle under the pink granite mountain’s shadows and enjoy a coffee break on your very own private white sand beach.

Option 1 (for additional $70)


See why this is one of Tasmania’s most celebrated views (and if you’ve ever been to Tasmania you know that the bar is set high!). The walk to the lookout is worth every second as you look out over the crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches of Wineglass Bay.

Option 2 - Accompany your tour guide and have a packed hamper lunch atop the lookout of one of the world's top beaches

Freycinet Marine Farm - Sample seafood so fresh it’s still dripping with the salt water it was plucked from. With seafood this fresh very little is needed to be done to it, but Freycinet Marine Farm have done the impossible and taken your taste buds to new heights with their fresh recipes. Feast on oysters, mussels, scallops or abalone, even salmon and rocklobster all either grown on the farm or sourced from local fishermen.

Iron House Brewery -
When you combine a winery, brewery and distillery with the white sands of the east coast of Tasmania you know you’re in for a real treat. Unwind with one of their specialty beers, or delight in their wines, or even dare their new Strange Omen Vodka if you dare.

St Helens is the largest town on the north-east coast of Tasmania, Australia, on Georges Bay. It is known as the game fishing capital of Tasmania and is also renowned for its oysters

Enjoy dinner in the newly refurbished Oyster Buoy Wine and Seafood Shed. Choose from their wide range of award winning wines and feast on their extensive menu of the finest Tasmanian seafood while overlooking Medeas Cove.

If you want to just visit the Bay of Fires you drive your car.

If you want to experience the Bay of Fires you jump on a boat!

Soak up the best of the Bay of Fires, it’s white sandy beaches, aqua clear waters, hidden bays and gorgeous headlands along this breathtaking coastline. See where this coastline got its name on an unforgettable tour like no other. And who knows, you may even see some of the diverse marine life including Humpback and Southern Right Whales, Dolphins, Fur Seals to name a few!

The slice of coastal heaven that is the Bay of Fires stretches over 50 kilometres from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north. This beautiful part of Tasmania’s east coast has been named by Lonely Planet as the hottest travel destination in the world, and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful places in Australia. Walk for miles along sugar-white sandy beaches, swim in the impossibly clear ocean, and feel like you’re the only person to have ever set foot here.

Mohr And Smith Settle in for a lunch to suit all palates- wanting more fresh local Tasmanian seafood? They’ve got it! Ready to feast on something a little more land-based? Here’s your opportunity to indulge in the range of other divine produce that Tasmania is so famous for. A great final meal for the tour!

We finish our tour in Hobart and this is the perfect place to set off on your next adventure! Nestled in the foothills of Mt Wellington, Hobart is a hub of activity. It houses some of the best chefs in the world, turning the unique Tasmanian produce into something spectacular for your plate. Explore the city, visit MONA or Salamanca Market or even go further afield and visit Port Arthur, Australia’s most intact and evocative convict site.

 

Numbers per trail: we have a limit of 11 people per trail. Private pick up options available, please contact us for further details. Please note: Venues may change due to availability

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