Southern Wine Trail

NO MATTER WHICH DIRECTION YOU CHOOSE TO VENTURE IN THIS STUNNING REGION, THERE’S AN ARRAY OF WORLD CLASS ACTIVITIES ON OFFER FOR VISITORS TO HOBART AND BEYOND …

The beauty of Hobart as a capital city is that you’re close to everything. It offers a blend of heritage and lifestyle with world class activities and attractions nearby. Those eager to explore beyond the city centre will stumble across vineyards, breweries, distilleries, beaches, museums and mountains right on the city’s doorstep. Arts and culture, food and drink, wilderness, heritage, wildlife and waterways – all are ever present. 

There’s a good reason well-known foodies and wine lovers have settled in southern Tasmania. The soil is rich, the water is pure and the air is fresh, encouraging innovative locals to serve up paddock to plate goodness.

Vineyards are closer to Hobart than to any other capital city in the country. 

To the south you will find the fertile soils of the Huon Valley, an area rich in pioneer heritage, and the picturesque beauty of  the D’Entrecasteaux Channel. This is a region of waterways and wilderness, art and craft, forests and fishing boats, orchards and vineyards.

To the east are the wineries and vineyards of the Coal River Valley, surrounding the beautiful and historic township of Richmond.

To the south-east is the Tasman National Park with its spectacular coastline and historic convict sites. 

To the north west is the Derwent Valley, where the road follows the beautiful Derwent River through rows of poplars, hops and vines and on to Tasmania’s central highlands. 

No matter which direction you choose, the fresh produce and premium wine of southern Tasmania is ready for  you to explore, experience and enjoy.

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Want to find out more about Southern Tasmania's wines? Click here to view the video In Pursuit of Pinot Noir - Southern Tasmania with Nick Stock.

Note: Please check vineyard listings for opening hours as some are only open by appointment.