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3 Willows Vineyard

3 Willows Vineyard is a family-owned and operated boutique cool climate, single estate vineyard, cellar door and bespoke accommodation. 3 Willows Vineyard offers wine tastings and Tasmanian cheese platters showcasing exquisite, locally sourced artisan cheese, such as Coal River Farm Brie and Red Cow Organic’s Tilsit. Tea, coffee and non-alcoholic beverages available. All wines are[…] Read More

Hellyers Road Distillery

Australia’s largest boutique whisky distillery is located in Burnie, an easy 30-minute drive from Devonport’s Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal. The Visitor Centre is open daily from 1000 to 1630, (except public holidays), offering superb cafe fare and breathtaking views across the Emu Valley precinct. Visitors can enjoy a fully interpreted tour of the distillery[…] Read More

King Island Distillery

Heidi Weitjens is a proud artisan distiller of Spirits in her Distillery, using the finest ingredients to handcraft award-winning products. Researching and learning this art is always ongoing. Since Bill & Lyn Lark introduced Heidi Weitjens to an Industry with such positive Spirits, it was time to start making a dream come true. In May[…] Read More

Mount Gnomon Farm

Set amongst the backdrop of the stunning Dial Range and just ten minutes outside of Penguin, Mount Gnomon Farm is a hidden gem loved by locals yet to be discovered by tourists. It’s a paddock to plate agri-tourism experience with beautiful kitchen gardens, a French chef making beautiful food sourced from the farm and garden.[…] Read More

Seven Sheds Brewery Meadery and Hop Garden

A Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail member, the Seven Sheds cellar door is centrally located within a region that provides a range of foodie and beverage attractions within easy touring distance of Launceston, Devonport and Burnie and en route to Cradle Mountain. Seven Sheds cellar door is also at the centre of the Wild Mersey[…] Read More

Southern Wild Distillery

Isolated from the rest of the world, north-west Tasmania is naturally blessed. With towns named Paradise, Promised Land, Nowhere Else and Whisky Creek, everything points to the perfect place to make good liquor. Surrounded by clean air, the purest water runs from the snow melt from Cradle Mountain via rivers like Dasher and Fisher, through[…] Read More

Spreyton Cider Co.

Spreyton Cider Co. produces premium Tasmanian ciders made from our own apples. Our Cidery located on our working orchards in Spreyton offers tastings for $12, allowing visitors to try a selection of ciders and ginger beer and receive a glass or stubby of their favourite. Spreyton Cider Co. is the latest venture from Spreyton Fresh,[…] Read More

The Chapel

Situated in a restored 1890s Wesleyan Methodist Church, The Chapel Cafe offers a welcoming atmosphere with coffee roasted on site, all day breakfast and lunch menu, plus is fully licensed. “A beautiful space where the community is valued and proactively built”.

Wandering Trout Taphouse

Wandering Trout is boutique craft beer brewery with a Taphouse in Mole Creek offering great food and a social atmosphere. The Taphouse is located in a historic building in the main street of Mole Creek with beautiful views of the Great Western Tiers and a creekside garden. Supporting local artisan production with handcrafted wine, cider,[…] Read More

Wilmot Hills Orchard & Distillery

Wilmot Hills Orchard and Distillery is a micro-distillery with cellar door attached. Opening 6 days a week except for Wednesdays. All spirits are fermented, distilled and aged onsite. The apple orchard boasts 11 varieties of apples of which are used for making cider. The product range includes Gin, Apple Brandy, Kirsch, Grappa, Absinthe, Elder Flower[…] Read More