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Eat and Drink

Tasmania is gaining an international reputation for award-winning food, wine and spirits, enhanced by great chefs, and talented producers. It is the island state’s rich soil, pure air and clean water that inspires dedicated growers to produce a truly authentic food and drink experience.

Home to world-class cool climate wines, boutique cider, gin and whisky makers, you will find an abundance of food tours, whether on land or water, cellar door experiences, brewery and distillery tours, farmers markets and roadside stalls highlight the variety and range of food and drink experiences available to explore.

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Me Wah Restaurant

Hobart & South
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Bluestone Bar & Kitchen

North
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Mures Upper Deck

Hobart & South
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Snappers Restaurant and Tram Bar

North
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Faro

Hobart & South
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Seagrass at Long Point

Hobart & South
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In The Hanging Garden

Hobart & South
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The Tasman Restaurant

Hobart & South
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Peakcock and Jones

Hobart & South
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