Things to Do in Tasmania

George Apostolidis

Halfway up the coast is Apsley Gorge, where Brian Franklin, Tasmania's most committed Burgundian, makes a gorgeous Pinot Noir in a repurposed fish... Read More

In the south, Pauillac-style wines thrive, like the firm-shouldered Cabernets of the Domaine A vineyard. Read More

Tasmania's most prominent organic vineyard. Read More

Meadowbank Estate, a temple to the progress the island's wine industry has made over the past 30 years, is an open-plan building with massive windows... Read More

Moorilla, one of Tasmania's earliest modern vineyards, has opened a hotel—with glass-and-steel guest chalets suspended on a hillside over the... Read More

This settlement on the Tasmanian Peninsula was where convicts were sent when they committed yet another crime while in Australia. As a secondary penal... Read More

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