Tasmania is one of Australia’s best wine producing regions and if you are self-driving, the following routes will bring you to some of the finest cellar doors in all of Tassie!
Head out from Launceston and enjoy 58 km of Tasmania’s oldest vineyards. This gorgeous route showcases more than 30 wine producers, along with historical highlights such as the Batman Bridge and Beaconsfield Mine.
Cellar door tastings are a Tamar Valley specialty and essential stops include the Brook Eden Vineyard and the Janzs Tasmania Interpretive Centre.
If you’re keen to stay within this area or simply kick-start your journey here, MyDriveHoliday offers campervan hire in Launceston and many caravan parks are also available nearby.
This popular Tasmanian wine route is best begun from the small town of Bicheno. While it features fewer vineyards than some other routes, the quality of the wines and the beauty of the area are impressive.
Fresh local fruit and seafood are a delicious bonus on this route, with memorable vineyards such as Devil’s Corner, Gala Estate and Spring Vale Vineyards. There is no shortage of great caravan parks nearby, including those in Bicheno and Freycinet National Park.
Known as Tasmania’s food bowl, the North West is also home to some of Australia’s finest white wines and Pinot Noir varieties.
Start your route in Port Sorell at the enchanting Ghost Rock Vineyard, then head southwest towards Cradle Mountain and the superb Barringwood and Lake Barrington Vineyards.
Apart from the fantastic wines, farmers markets are scattered throughout the area, and the cosy Gowrie Park Wilderness Village is the perfect place to wind up with your campervan.
This fantastic route starts just north of Cambridge at the Coal Valley Vineyard and extends through magnificent rolling hills to the Campania region.
Featuring six wonderful vineyards, including the Puddleduck Vineyard and Pooley Wines, this route is an easy day trip from Hobart and you will find a host of quality caravan parks in the region.
Spend your day along the banks of Tasmania’s most famous river while savouring some of Australia’s finest wines with the Derwent River route!
Enjoy delicious tastings at the Moorilla Winery, Derwent Estate and Stefano Lubiana Wines, and be sure to stop at the MONA gallery along the way. After this, you can return to Hobart and stay at one of the many local caravan parks or continue on to New Norfolk where you will find several quality places to set up camp.
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