Tasmania in winter is a place like no other. Days are crisp and clear, and nights are lit by wild and fiery festivals. The season of madness and magic is almost upon us and Tassie is just warming up. With all the goings-on prepare your imagination to be pushed to its limit and bring a healthy appetite… for everything.
Ravenous feasts and wild festivals only touch the surface of a Tasmanian winter. Come to our island, and you’ll find yourself cuddling up next to roaring fires, walking snow-dusted mountains, banging pots and pans in apple orchards, bottling your own whisky and whipping up hearty goodness at cooking classes.
Cosy up around a pub table, a bonfire or share a blanket under the stars. Or embrace the season, rug up and head outdoors. Tassie skies clear and crisp and brisk alpine walks are followed by long conversations beside log fires, rich red pinot and bubbling hot tubs.
Pull on your beanie, pack your snowshoes and head for an island where locals are turning darkness into light and chill-factor into cosy-factor.