Yep, we think it’s time we celebrated Tasmania’s foodie destinations. This small island might look unassuming on a map, but ignore it at your peril. With wineries, dairy farms and sparkling fresh seafood at every turn, not to mention a few world-class restaurants of their own, Hobart and Launceston are two city-break destinations all foodies should visit. 

Essential experiences include Hobart’s Saturday morning Salamanca Market and, of course, the amazing wineries in the Tamar Valley near Launceston – we loved our tipsy afternoon at Moores Hill and Goaty Hill.

Read our full guide to eating and drinking in Hobart and Launceston on Expedia’s Out There Starts Here blog.

Where to eat and drink in Hobart and Launceston

Where to eat and drink in Hobart and Launceston

Where to eat and drink in Hobart and Launceston

Pilgrim Coffee on Urbanspoon
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Crumb Street Kitchen on Urbanspoon