The weather is getting cooler by the day, so perhaps its time to start planning a mini break to beautiful Tasmania. Tasmania is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Grab your winter woolies, relax and breathe in the crisp fresh air & sip on a delicious Tasmanian Red. There is so much beauty and exciting events happening over the winter months so, we have put together a list of the top 5 things to do in Tasmania this Winter.
Whisky Anyone:- Tasmanian whisky is a must try and word is quickly spreading, with many locally-produced blends winning top awards overseas. Follow the Tasmanian Whisky Trail, visiting distilleries such as Lark and Sullivans Cove in Hobart, or the Launceston Distillery and Hellyers Road Distillery in the north of the island. Venture behind the scenes, meet the distillers in person, have access to unreleased whiskies, and dine on delicious produce matched to the spirits on offer at Tasmanian Whisky Week.
Winter Wonderland Festival:- The Winter Feast, which attracts thousands of food lovers & is a foodie lovers dream. The Winter Solstice Nude Swim is also an interesting one, in which people of all ages brave the chilly temperatures to swim naked in the Derwent River. It’s hosted by MONA and is a must see if visiting Tasmania in June. Head to the Huon Valley Mid-Winter Festival in July to celebrate the region’s apple growing history and join in the age-old tradition of wassailing. It’s a ceremony in which revellers sing and bang drums and pots to scare away evil spirits, wake up the cider apple trees and ensure a good harvest – definitely one for the bucket list.
Chocolate Winter-Fest:- The indulgent Chocolate Winterfest gives chocolate lovers a great reason to visit Tasmania in August. The festival takes place in Latrobe in northern Tasmania and offers plenty of chocolate to taste as well as workshops in which you can learn how to make your own chocolate delights.
An Enchanted Walk:- Visit Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and follow the Enchanted Walk through rainforest covered with frost. You can wander around shimmering Dove Lake beneath Cradle Mountain. On the southern side of the park, walk the 18-kilometre circuit around Lake St Clair, Tasmania’s deepest natural freshwater lake – don’t miss this on your next visit.
Cosy up by the fire in a luxury L’abode Home We have a range of beautiful homes in beautiful Tassie. From luxury homes to cosy, secluded farm stays with their own private beaches. There will be a home to suit everyone!
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