Hints of the dark arts and age-old secrets from the Vaterland. Recipes and ratios, barter and brine…sounding more like medieval alchemy than modern day cooking! This is the story of the Woodbridge Smokehouse, one of Tasmania’s best kept secrets…but for how much longer…?!
It’s been far too long between drinks. Literally! Anything involving the consumption of wine is always a much anticipated event, but when it came to the 2016 Tasmanian Red Wine Weekend we were a little gun-shy considering that our last experience at the White Wine Weekend back in 2013 was marred by a combination of lukewarm wines and an unruly mob…
The 4hr return walk to Cape Hauy will not only expose you to stunning panoramic views of the cape, but also north towards the Devil’s Arch and south towards Cape Pillar and Tasman Island. The sea cliffs of the Tasman Peninsular are the tallest in the world, and for that alone it would also be worth making the hike! Put it all together and you’ve got one very enjoyable day walk.
It is no exaggeration to say that this loop would have to be one of the best day walks you will find anywhere in Australia, if not the world!
While the shorter return walk to Wineglass Bay is a favourite of many locals and tourists alike, if you’ve got the time then in our opinion the extension to include Hazards Beach makes for a much more immersive experience, taking you away from the masses and closer to nature!
Wobbly Boot Vineyard is one of Tasmania’s youngest vineyards, and the first vintage is always and exciting event! We joined Paul, Lynda and Isaac as part of their ‘Open Weekend’ to taste their wine and enjoy the fantastic property on which the vines have been planted.
Wine bottles and leaning churches. There’s something serendipitous about that partnership! “Mind blowing! Like your first morning glory – or a squirrel grip after a vasectomy!” Visitors to Tasmania’s north […]