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Southern Tasmania is a real foodie paradise. Choose from a range of guided food experiences or plot out your own plan of attack for a culinary adventure south of Hobart. The longer you stay, the more you can taste.

The local eateries star fresh, seasonal produce. Taste fresh seafood caught from the water in front of you. Admire the local orchards and vineyards and tour the boutique breweries, wineries, ciderhouses, and distilleries. Pick up artisan goods from farmgates, cellar doors, and markets. We’ve put together some tips for happy taste buds.

Guided food experiences

All you need to do is show up (wearing stretchy pants).

Bruny Island food tours

Enjoy a guided tour of Bruny’s hot spots (departing from Hobart) with:

Farms & cooking schools

Experience true paddock to plate at:

Artisan goods to take home

Haul your loot back to your accommodation for a leisurely feast.

Farmgate shops

Meet the producers and taste the goods:


Fresh produce direct from the makers and growers:


Get home safe—designate old mate Dave or book yourself on a tour.



Ciderhouses & Breweries


Island bounty

Bruny Island is a microcosm of Tasmania’s best—and that includes food! Catch the ferry across from Kettering and stay a few nights to sample as much as possible.

Sip & graze:


Light meals:

Something sweet:

Something light & sweet

The local cafes and bakeries are perfect for light meals, snacks, grazing platters, coffee and dessert.

The Channel:

The Huon Valley & Far South:

Dine in for lunch or dinner

Indulge in a delicious meal (save room for dessert).


Hotels & pub meals:

We love it when you share your adventures with us. Tag @southerntrovetasmania and use #SouthernTroveTasmania and we’ll share some of our favourite photos on FacebookInstagram and in our Blog.


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Annual Events Guide
A Gourmet Guide to Bruny Island
A Food, Drink & Art Walk Loop in the Huon & Channel
Our Guide: Artists, Makers & Growers of Southern Tasmania
Your Free Southern Trove 2020 Visitor Guide
6 Stunning Walks on Bruny Island


Bruny Island Safaris


Isabel Galloway