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Southern Tasmania is a treasure trove of quality produce and handcrafted goods. Thankfully, many local businesses are offering food, drink and artistic creations for pick-up and delivery. Get your favourite dishes, nibbles, treats, wine, cider, and more delivered straight to your door!

We’ve put together some tips on what’s available for pick-up or delivery. This is by no means an exhaustive list—just a few options to get you started!


Days and times vary, so please look businesses up directly to see what they are offering and browse their online shops. You can also browse listings from all around the state on the new Buy Something Tasmanian website.


Takeaways & ready-made meals

Lots of our favourite local cafes and restaurants are offering takeaway meals for pick-up and delivery—look them up directly! You can also browse Uber Eats to get an idea of what’s available in your area, although many businesses have organised their own delivery services.

Eat your heart out at home with dishes from:


Beverages

Settle in for a relaxing night sipping your favourite local drop in front of the wood fire.

Wineries

Wine Tasmania have put together a one-stop-online-shop with special offers for delivery. Many Tasmanian wineries also have their own online shops, including:

Distilleries

Enjoy a spirited tipple at home:

Ciderhouses & breweries

Raise a glass on your video chat hangouts:


Nibbles, treats & other goodies

Enjoy artisan cheese, honey, pickles, sushi and more—from the comfort of your own home!

The following places have delivery and/or pick-up sorted:


Creative wares

Your favourite local artists and makers are still working away making beautiful things. Order a special gift for yourself (or a friend you’re missing in iso) from their online stores.

Browse the goods at:


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Header image:

Harvest & Light

Words:

Isabel Galloway