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Roadtrip Tasmania: drink, dine & explore

Thu 14 Mar 2024

Wineglass Bay Tasmania

With its pristine wilderness, rugged coastlines, and unique flora and fauna, Tasmania has long been a magnet for travelers seeking the perfect blend of adventure and indulgence.

Here, rich fertile soils and a cool maritime climate create ideal conditions for growing grapes. Some vines clutch at rocky hillsides buffeted by roaring winds. Others traverse through the island’s many valleys, before rolling down to a river’s edge. All have one thing in common: despite being a land of many contrasts these are the toughest of vines, carefully nurtured to produce award-winning wines with an undeniable sense of place.  

In our quest for the perfect drop, we often find ourselves on the road less traveled, winding our way through picturesque valleys and quaint coastal towns in search of hidden gems. And what better way to explore Tasmania's diverse terroir than by embarking on the ultimate Tassie road trip? 

Taking inspiration from our adventurous collaboration with Macpac, we’ve collated our favourite awe-inspiring locations to show off your new gear. Purchase any two bottles of Devil’s Corner wine until June to enter.

Bay of Fires 

Our road trip kicks off in the Bay of Fires, renowned for its white sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and sunset-hued granite rocks. Spend your days here soaking up the sun, snorkeling in the turquoise sea, or exploring the coastal wilderness on foot.  

Must Stay: Bay of Fires Bush Retreats 

Must Drink: Devil's Corner Sauvignon Blanc 

Must Eat: Fresh Lobster rolls 

Wineglass Bay  

Next stop: Wineglass Bay, often hailed as one of the world's most beautiful beaches. A well-made path guides you through coastal trees to the lookout; it’s a steep uphill walk, about 1.3km each way, with plenty of picturesque spots to stop along the way. After working up an appetite, enjoy a seafood feast at one of the nearby restaurants, where freshly caught seafood takes centre stage. 

Must Stay: Freycinet Lodge  

Must Drink: Devil's Corner Pinot Grigio  

Must Eat: Freycinet Marine Farm oysters, and make it a dozen 


Cradle Mountain  

As we venture inland, we find ourselves at Cradle Mountain, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed wilderness area that's a haven for hikers, wildlife enthusiasts, and adventure seekers alike. Lace up your boots and embark on one of the many trails that wind through ancient rainforests, alpine meadows, and rugged mountain peaks. Keep your eyes peeled for native wildlife, including wombats, wallabies, and the elusive Tassie devil. 

Must Stay: Cradle Mountain Lodge  

Must Drink: Devil's Corner Resolution Pinot Noir 

Must Eat: Slow-cooked lamb skewers 


Mount Field National Park  

Our journey continues south to Mount Field National Park, home to some of Tasmania's most spectacular waterfalls. Stroll through the lush rainforest to Russell Falls, where cascading waters plunge into a serene pool below. For those seeking a bit of extra thrill, embark on the longer walk to Horseshoe Falls and Lady Barron Falls, where you'll be rewarded with even more breathtaking views. 

Must Stay: Ratho Farm   

Must Drink: Devil's Corner Rosé  

Must Eat: Tasmanian cheese platter 


The Hazards, Freycinet National Park 

As we make our way towards the east coast, we find ourselves in Freycinet National Park, home to the iconic Hazards Mountain range and stunning coastal landscapes. Spend your days here kayaking in the pristine waters of Coles Bay, or hiking to secluded beaches where you can enjoy a leisurely picnic with a view. And of course, no visit to Freycinet would be complete without sampling some of the region's world-class wines. 

Must Stay: Freycinet Eco Retreat   

Must Drink: Devil's Corner Resolution Chardonnay  

Must Eat: Steaming local mussels with crunchy bread 


Devil's Corner Vineyard and Cellar Door 

Our road trip culminates at Devil's Corner Cellar Door – and if sitting on a sun-drenched deck, drinking wine and snacking on fresh seafood and wood-fired pizzas sounds like a good time, you've come to the right place. 

With over 190 hectares under vine, the Devil’s Corner Hazards Vineyard is the isle’s largest; an icon along Tasmania’s east coast named after the eponymous granite peaks it overlooks. Dominated by Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the wines produced here reflect the beauty of this challenging landscape; hardy, aromatic, and characteristically cool-climate.    

Unwind, relax, and savour the flavours of the region as you take in the views of Great Oyster Bay and beyond.  

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