Tasmania’s cool climate wines, which include varieties like Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc, have won numerous accolades in recent years. The East Coast is one of the state’s premier wine-growing regions, with growing conditions that are comparable to some of Europe’s most famous areas of wine production. Our warm summer days, cool nights, and […]
Summer is the most popular time to visit Tasmania, and it’s not hard to understand why. With warm, dry days, an abundance of fresh seasonal food, and numerous activities and attractions within easy reach, you can be confident of a relaxing and enjoyable time. The East Coast, and the Freycinet Peninsula in particular, are much […]
Tasmania’s winter officially lasts from June until August. Asevery local knows, it’s possible to see snow on higher ground as early as April or as late as October; but on the Freycinet Peninsula that’s a rare occurrence. Coles Bay tends to be a couple of degrees warmer than elsewhere in the state and in factthe […]
Autumn is one of the best times to visit Tasmania. The weather is still pleasant – warm and dry in the daytime, with clear blue skies above– but you’ll encounter fewer crowds than in the summer, and enjoyeven more opportunities to experienceour sights and scenery.