Tasmania's Great Eastern Drive – paradise for the seafood lover »
Along the Great Eastern Drive, sparkling sea waters are never far from view. Add the freshest seafood imaginable, plucked from those very waters and inland streams: rock lobster, scallops, mussels, oysters, abalone, fish from the deep and the shallows along with succulent freshwater trout. Hungry? Here are the inside tips on where you'll find these beauties »Of a boat, a balcony and a beer »
The Tasman Peninsula on the South East of Tasmania is probably most well known for its convict history at Port Arthur, but this experience offers much more from a waterborne perspective »Dining experiences along Tassie's Great Eastern Drive »
When escaping to the Great Eastern Drive make sure you pack your appetite! Your journey will be full of Tasmania’s most delicious experiences in some of its most stunning locations. Here's where you'll find the food and wine dancing to the East Coast's own special tune »Tasmanian touring ideas – four days of bliss on the East Coast
Tasmania's spectacular East Coast is a drawcard in every season with sparkling waters, welcoming cellar doors and relaxed lifestyle. Meander along enjoying the scenery, the Tasmanian wine and food, and meeting the friendly locals »World class wine along Tasmania's Great Eastern Drive »
Tasmania's world class cool climate wines are dotted all along the Great Eastern Drive. It's one of the state's premier wine regions with award-winning rieslings, luscious pinot noir and sparklings.
Cellar doors range from modern to vintage, restaurants and cafés showcase the finest local wines and handcrafted beer, cider and whisky from around the state. With sparkling waters on one side and sparkling wines on the other, it's paradise! »