East Coast Wine Trail
Slow down. There’s a view around every corner and a long white sand beach in between. Places that make you feel like you’re the first person to leave a footprint. National parks filled with wonders, and seaside towns filled with welcome. A gourmet food bowl bursting with the best local fare.
Here, you can experience one of Australia’s greatest road trips – lutruwita / Tasmania’s East Coast is a place of stories, encounters and treasures. A place where small, unexpected moments become lifelong memories and where taking a break can not only refresh but reinvent.
When you embark on the Great Eastern Drive, you’ll need to come with an appetite. The East Coast’s mild climate creates perfect growing conditions for the state’s premium fresh produce, from sweet berries and nuts to award-winning cheeses and the freshest seafood imaginable (for which local wine is the perfect pairing).
Explore, feast and wander. Slurp oysters straight from the sea and indulge in fresh crayfish (or any other of the ocean’s bounty). Take to the road on the Great Eastern Drive and experience a true food and wine lover’s adventure – on island time.
Note: please check vineyard listings for opening hours as some are only open by appointment.
Mayfield EstateMayfield Jetty Road, Little Swanport, 7190, TAS
Milton Vineyard14635 Tasman Highway, Swansea TAS, Australia
Boomer Creek Vineyard10922 Tasman Highway, Little Swanport TAS, Australia
Devil’s Corner Cellar Door & LookoutDevil's Corner Cellar Door, Sherbourne Road, Apslawn TAS, Australia
Gala Estate14891 Tasman Highway, Cranbrook TAS, Australia
Darlington Vineyard63 Holkham Court, Orford TAS, Australia
Priory Ridge Wines280 Ansons Bay Road, St Helens TAS, Australia
Spring Vale Vineyards130 Springvale Road, Cranbrook TAS, Australia
Iron House Vineyard21554 Tasman Highway, Four Mile Creek TAS, Australia
Craigie Knowe Vineyard80 Glen Gala Road, Cranbrook TAS, Australia
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Tasmania is a great place to visit, to see, to consume, to explore. Regardless of the season, there is always something brilliant to experience... Why not coincide a visit with one of the island's many wine, food, music, cultural & other events?