Tasmania offers food lovers some serious culinary pleasure!
Our Gourmet Trails highlight the producers that you can visit around Tasmania.
Plan your own
Use our interactive map at the bottom of the page to plan your own gourmet trail!
Tasmanian cheeses are earning some big accolades. The pristine environment, lush pastures and mild climate make Tasmania an exceptional location for cheesemaking.
There are a number of producers in Tasmania, though some are not open to the public. Heidi Farm, King Island Dairy, Mersey Valley, South Cape, Tasmanian Heritage (formerly Lactos Cheese Factory), and Westhaven Dairy are currently not open to visitors.
Our Cheese Trail includes all the cheeseries that you can visit. These include: Ashgrove Cheese, Bruny Island Cheese Co., Elgaar Farm, Grandvewe Cheeses, Pyengana Dairy Company, Thorpe Farm Produce, Wicked Cheese, and Yondover Farm House Cheese.
Cooking classes: the Cookery Trail
Tasmania is home to some very passionate, experienced and world-renowned chefs – and you can learn their secrets first-hand! We’ve compiled details on all the cooking classes available, so check out our Cookery Trail to learn some new skills and indulge in some serious culinary pleasure.
Brewing in Tasmania dates back to the early 1800s. With the cleanest water on earth and access to exceptional quality malt and hops – it’s little wonder that Tasmania is producing outstanding beer.
Our Brewery Trails highlight both the boutique, craft brewers and the larger scale breweries across Tasmania.
Beer (and Mead) Trail
Discover why Tasmanian beer is the envy of the rest of Australia.
Cider (and Perry) Trail
Tasmania is often referred to as the ‘Apple Isle’ and Tassie apples are in high demand around the globe. Thankfully, a few enterprising folk decided to hang onto some apples for cider making and some truly brilliant ciders are being produced as a result.
Sweet Tooth Trail
Sample gourmet sweets and handmade chocolates!
Tasmanian Whisky Trail
The Tasmanian Whisky Trail was created in collaboration with AustralianWhisky.com.
With the purest water in the world, exceptional barley, and innovative artisan distillers – it’s not surprising that Tasmanian whiskies have been receiving world-wide acclaim.
There are currently 9 whisky distilleries in Tasmania, many of which can be visited. Our Whisky Trail also features specialist whisky bars in Tasmania.
Discover why whisky buffs now call Tasmania the ‘Whisky Isle’!
Interactive Gourmet Trail Map
To view the details of each place, click on an icon.