Top 5 wine and beer experiences on the East Coast of Tasmania

Vineyard and brewery experiences on the East Coast of Tasmania


The East Coast of Tasmania is best known for the Great Eastern Drive and the wonderful coastline but there are some fantastic experiences dotted along the coast for wine and beer lovers too. Why not include a wine tasting session or a trip to a local brewery in your holiday itinerary? Here's our top 5 list of wine and beer experiences on the East Coast of Tasmania.
 

1. The Pub in the Paddock

Meet Priscilla the beer drinking pig at The Pub in the Paddock! Share a beer with Priscilla the beer drinking pig and "Princess of the Paddock". She's a local celebrity for a reason. The Pub in the Paddock is one of the oldest pubs in Tasmania and is full of character and charm. The BLT is supposedly delicious for a bite too! 

www.pubinthepaddocktas.com.au

2. DEVIL'S CORNER CELLAR DOOR

Along the Great Eastern Drive, Devil's Corner is often a moment which takes the breath away because of it's sweeping views and picturesque landscape. They have award winning Pinot Noir and a highly regarded restaurant so it's worth taking the time to indulge here for a lunch if you can.

www.brownbrothers.com.au/about-us/our-brands/devils-corner/

 Devil's Corner Cellar Door - a vineyard on the East Coast of Tasmania with an impressive view even by Tasmania's standards. 

Devil's Corner Cellar Door - a vineyard on the East Coast of Tasmania with an impressive view even by Tasmania's standards. 

3. Ironhouse Point Brewery

For the beer lover's amongst you the Ironhouse Point Brewery is a great option. Check out the distilling process and marvel at the shiny equipment and the brewing process. The BrewHaus Cafe & Bar is family friendly and features a play area for children so it's also a great way to stop those tummies from rumbling!

www.ironhouse.com.au

 

3. Freycinet VIneyard

Freycinet Vineyard was the first commercial vineyard on the East Coast of Tasmania and is to this day considered one of the best in Tasmania by many. Family run and operated, the integrity of the product is at the heart of this vineyard and who doesn't want to check out Wineglass Bay??

www.freycinetvineyard.com.au

 

5. Priory Ridge vineyard

Last but certainly not least is Priority Ridge Vineyard. This vineyard is only 3 km from St. Helens and the closest of the bunch to us at Scamander Sanctuary Holiday Park. The boutique winery offers wine tasting so it's a great way to find some delicious local wine that takes your fancy to enjoy back at the camp site over a camp dinner! 

www.prioryridgewines.com

 

 The Pub in the Paddock, one of Tasmania's oldest pubs, is on the East Coast of Tasmania

The Pub in the Paddock, one of Tasmania's oldest pubs, is on the East Coast of Tasmania

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