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Ghost Rock Vineyard

Welcome to ghost rock wines.

The Wine. The Wine. The Wine.

Unashamedly, we're all about the wine. Each day we strive to create wines that are as fascinating as the stories behind them. We hope you enjoy.

Concert in the Vines

Visit the cellar door and eatery.

Open Monday to Friday 11am - 5pm, Saturday & Sunday 11am - 5pm. Bookings for wine tastings and lunch in the Eatery are essential. 

VISIT US ON TASMANIA'S CRADLE COAST

Nestled among the rolling patchwork fields of the beautiful coastline of Northern Tasmania, you'll find Ghost Rock among some of god's best country.  Just 10min from where the Spirit of Tasmania docks and one hour from Cradle Mountain or Launceston, this is a must visit destination when exploring the central North coast of Tasmania or more fondly known as the  Cradle Coast Region . 

The modern and vibrant Cellar Door & Eatery offers wine tastings of Ghost Rock's entire range and a modern Tasmanian lunch menu featuring local produce. With striking views over it's vineyards, rolling countryside and Bass Strait, it's easy to see why it's a popular hangout.  One of the coolest wine regions in the State (and most probably Australia), it's one of the State's most unique wine experiences..

We love living where we do and would love to share this part of the world with you. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

The Ghost Rock Team.

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CURRENT OPERATING HOURS

Ghost Rock's Cellar Door and Eatery is open 7 days a week Monday to Friday from 11am - 5pm, Saturdays & Sundays from 11am - 5pm. Bookings for wine tastings and lunch are essential. Due to our seating capacity in both the tasting room and restaurant, please note max. 6pp per tasting and max. 8pp for lunch. Also note, for larger groups we provide a set menue to cater for you - please contact us to discuss. Bookings can be made here  anytime or alternatively please contact (03) 6428 4005 during busines hours. Please note, it is sometimes difficult to answer the phone during service, however please do leave a message, and we will return you call as soon as possible.

GIFT VOUCHERS

We offer e-gift vouchers which can be redeemed in the cellar door or over the phone. To purchase a gift voucher please call us on (03) 6428 4005 or visit us in Cellar Dooor.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Cellar Door and Eatery soon!

2023 Supernatural Pet Nat

A  field blend of Chardonnay (40%), Riesling (23%), Sauvy B (23%) and  Pinot Noir (14%).

A lively palate of texture and spice. Vibrant acidity provides the liveliness and freshness Tasmania is renowned for.

2023 Pinot Gris

Deliciously lush, whilst our region’s lively acidity delivers freshness, length and structure.

2023 Riesling

True to style our 2023 Riesling is another fine expression of this cool-climate-loving variety. A true dedication to Riesling’s remarkable dichotomy.

2023 P3 Rosé

The way all good Rosé should be. This wine’s definitive, natural acidity allows all its juiciness to play out beautifully on the palate. An undeniable creamy and complex texture makes this Rosé a stand out from its peers.

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A lovely aroma expressing the full spectrum of a cool climate Chardonnay. Lime blossom, almond meal, lemon peel, hints of biscuit and chalk.

2021 Sacrifice Piquette

Another super exciting and out of the box inaugural release is the 2021 Sacrifice Piquette. It's a wine drink, but not as you know it. 

Liquor License Number 51740  Warning.  Under the Liquor Licensing Act 1990 it is an offence: for liquor to be delivered to a person under the age of 18 years. For a person under the age of 18 years to purchase liquor.

Ghost Rock Wines

Ghost Rock Wines is a family-owned winery, located on the beautiful coastline of Northern Tasmania, just 15 minutes from Devonport/Spirit of Tasmania terminal and one hour from Launceston and Cradle Mountain. Ghost Rock’s Cellar Door and Eatery is a breath-taking setting overlooking the vineyards, with striking views of Bass Strait, rolling patchwork hills and mountains.

The Cellar Door provides an intimate setting in which to taste a selection of Ghost Rock and Supernatural Wines. The experienced Cellar Door team will take you through a guided tasting of the latest release wines and talk you through the winemaking philosophy, the Ghost Rock legend and history of the relatively new Cradle Coast wine region. The award-winning wines are exclusively grown, vinified and bottled on the Estate. The family is fuelled by the sort of obsession that only comes from being a regional pioneer.

The Ghost Rock Eatery offers an intimate, comfortable and relaxed space to gather with friends and family, to enjoy the region’s bounty of produce on offer. Working collaboratively with local growers, producers and makers, the ever-changing menu is guided by the seasons. The food philosophy is much like their wine philosophy – minimal intervention and let the quality of the produce shine.

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Top ways to experience Ghost Rock Tasmania and nearby attractions

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GHOST ROCK TASMANIA - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)

  • (1.48 km) Roosters Rest
  • (2.15 km) Tranquilles Luxury Spa B&B Guest House
  • (11.99 km) The Grand On Macfie
  • (14.88 km) Stony Rise Cottage Bed & Breakfast
  • (11.77 km) Barclay Motor Inn
  • (11.92 km) Laneway
  • (12.30 km) Mrs Jones Restaurant Bar Lounge
  • (12.07 km) Valentino's Family Restaurant Devonport
  • (10.06 km) Belly's Bar & Grill
  • (8.89 km) Anvers Cafe

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Ghost Rock Wines

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1055 Port Sorell Road Northdown, Tasmania Australia 7307

Ghost Rock Wines is a family-owned winery, located on the beautiful coastline of Northern Tasmania, just 15 minutes from Devonport/Spirit of Tasmania terminal and one hour from Launceston and Cradle Mountain. Ghost Rock’s Cellar Door and Eatery is a breath-taking setting overlooking the vineyards, with striking views of Bass Strait, rolling patchwork hills and mountains.

The Cellar Door provides an intimate setting in which to taste a selection of Ghost Rock and Supernatural Wines. The experienced Cellar Door team will take you through a guided tasting of the latest release wines and talk you through the winemaking philosophy, the Ghost Rock legend and history of the relatively new Cradle Coast wine region. The award-winning wines are exclusively grown, vinified and bottled on the Estate. The family is fuelled by the sort of obsession that only comes from being a regional pioneer.

The Ghost Rock Eatery offers an intimate, comfortable and relaxed space to gather with friends and family, to enjoy the region’s bounty of produce on offer. Working collaboratively with local growers, producers and makers, the ever-changing menu is guided by the seasons. The food philosophy is much like their wine philosophy – minimal intervention and let the quality of the produce shine.

Website: www.ghostrock.com.au

Facilities found here

  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining
  • Cellar Door
  • Coach Parking
  • Entertainment
  • Family Friendly
  • Lawn / Gardens
  • Non Smoking
  • Online Orders
  • Pet Friendly - Enquire
  • Private Dining Area
  • Suitable for Functions
  • Wine Tasting

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Ghost Rock Vineyard

Ghost Rock Vineyard is situated on the central north coast of Tasmania, just 10 minutes from Devonport and close to the pristine beaches of Hawley and Port Sorell.

Enjoy wine tasting at our modern, contemporary cellar door and gallery, or relax on the outdoor terrace or deck with spectacular views across the vineyard to Bass Strait. Sample local Tasmanian produce with one of our tasting plates, complemented by Ghost Rock’s award winning wines.

Children are welcome and the beautifully landscaped lawns provide a safe and pleasurable environment for all ages.

Visit the  Ghost Rock website for more.

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Top ways to experience Ghost Rock Tasmania and nearby attractions

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GHOST ROCK TASMANIA: All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)

  • (0.93 mi) Roosters Rest
  • (1.34 mi) Tranquilles Luxury Spa B&B Guest House
  • (7.50 mi) The Grand On Macfie
  • (9.30 mi) Stony Rise Cottage Bed & Breakfast
  • (7.35 mi) Barclay Motor Inn
  • (7.45 mi) Laneway
  • (7.69 mi) Mrs Jones Restaurant Bar Lounge
  • (7.54 mi) Valentino's Family Restaurant Devonport
  • (6.29 mi) Belly's Bar & Grill
  • (5.56 mi) Anvers Cafe
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Ghost Rock Wines & Cellar Door, Northdown, AU-TAS

Ghost Rock Wines & Cellar Door

  • Great for scenic views
  • Good for special occasions
  • Great for outdoor dining

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  • Dining style Casual Dining
  • Price $41 to $100
  • Cuisines Modern Australian, Winery
  • Hours of Operation Mon, Thu, Fri 12:00 pm–4:00 pm Sat, Sun 12:00 pm–5:00 pm
  • Phone number (03) 6428 4005
  • Website http://www.ghostrock.com.au/
  • Payment Options AMEX, Mastercard, Visa
  • Dress Code Smart Casual
  • Catering Full Restaurant Style Service. Chilled out & relaxed environment. Child friendly. Fresh Local Produce. Rotating Menus.
  • Location 1055 Port Sorell Rd, Northdown, AU-TAS 7307
  • Area Devonport
  • Parking Details Private Parking
  • Additional Beer, Gluten-free Options, Non-Smoking, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine

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  • 4.8 Service
  • 4.7 Ambience

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Cleaning & sanitising.

  • Surfaces sanitised between seatings
  • Digital, disposable or sanitised menu provided
  • Common areas deep-cleaned daily
  • Sanitiser or wipes provided for customers
  • Contactless payment available

Physical distancing

  • Limited number of seated diners
  • Distancing maintained in common areas
  • Extra space between tables
  • Sick staff prohibited in the workplace

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Ghost Rock Wines & Cellar Door is rated 4.8 stars by 165 OpenTable diners.

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Ghost Rock Wines

Food and drink northdown , latrobe , tasmania.

Ghost Rock Wines is a family-owned winery, located on the beautiful coastline of Northern Tasmania, just 15 minutes from Devonport/Spirit of Tasmania terminal and one hour from Launceston and Cradle Mountain. Ghost Rock’s Cellar Door and Eatery is a breath-taking setting overlooking the vineyards, with striking views of Bass Strait, rolling patchwork hills and mountains.

The Cellar Door provides an intimate setting in which to taste a selection of Ghost Rock and Supernatural Wines. The experienced Cellar Door team will take you through a guided tasting of the latest release wines and talk you through the winemaking philosophy, the Ghost Rock legend and history of the relatively new Cradle Coast wine region. The award-winning wines are exclusively grown, vinified and bottled on the Estate. The family is fuelled by the sort of obsession that only comes from being a regional pioneer.

The Ghost Rock Eatery offers an intimate, comfortable and relaxed space to gather with friends and family, to enjoy the region’s bounty of produce on offer. Working collaboratively with local growers, producers and makers, the ever-changing menu is guided by the seasons. The food philosophy is much like their wine philosophy – minimal intervention and let the quality of the produce shine.

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Ghost Rock, Cradle Coast Izaak Perkins

Ghost rock vineyard is the pioneering vineyard of tasmania ’s north west wine region, to the west of the tamar. sticking with the state’s strongest suits, pinot noir and chardonnay take the lead, with aromatic whites in pursuit. with over 25 hectares under vine, izaak perkins farms the arnold family’s property in a sustainable way, with an end goal of organic certification. all wines are made on site, from pan-estate and single block selections of the hero varieties to a skinsy white, pét-nat and chillable red in their supernatural range..

Ghost Rock Wines was established by Cate and Colin Arnold in 2001 on a run-down property that had a smattering of vines. It was neatly located under 15 minutes’ drive east of Devonport, where the couple live. Now known as the Cradle Coast or North West wine region, there were no meaningful plantings back then, with the couple pioneering the still scantly planted region. They also established the first winery in the area.

In 2015, the couple’s son Justin and his wife Alicia joined the family business, taking on full ownership in 2017. The pair run the operation together, responsible for the winemaking and running of the award-winning cellar door and eatery respectively, while Izaak Perkins runs the viticultural side of the enterprise.

“Our extensive trials with shoot thinning and leaf removal has had an undeniable impact on ripening and flavour development in our cooler years. Pinot noir is becoming our heartbeat. It just loves to cool, maritime life here. We’re seeing more red and dark berry characters push through in the wines to surround the spice and earth tones.”

The vineyard is separated into seven blocks, planted between 2004 and 2018. With 26 hectares under vine, pinot noir takes the lead, with 45 per cent of the plantings across 12 clones. Chardonnay predictably takes second billing, with 20 per cent across eight clones, but it shares that position with pinot gris at the same acreage. The residual is made up of sauvignon blanc , riesling and pinot meunier , in order of concentration.

Kelly’s Block, which was planted in 2016, is farmed according to organic principles (not certified). Across the other six blocks, no pesticides are employed, and herbicides have made way for more manual methods, including under-vine cultivation and controlled grazing of sheep, which also has the advantage of introducing organic matter to improve the soil. Vine prunings are mulched and spread under vine, and machine operations are being phased out to favour hand tending, reducing soil compaction caused by tractor passes. Biodegradable ties are now used when pruning, and treated pine posts have given way to steel ones.

The approach is a long-term one, with organic goals – and an end-goal of certification – and a determined focus on sustainability. “If we aren’t sustainable farmers, then who are we?” says Perkins. “We can’t on the one hand to rely on the land around us to provide year in, year out, but then not give back to it in return. That system just doesn’t add up. Economically, any short-term obstacles will be greatly outweighed by the long-term benefits generated – less input costs, sustained practices, market-place preferences.”

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“The change to a more sustainable, organically minded approach has been slow, and at times, difficult. There were a lot of unknowns – a lot of fears also. Implementing an organic program to specific guidelines is daunting. I had to change the way I visually saw the vineyard. Being okay with weeds, letting sheep run the vineyards, using new under-vine cultivators, new spray materials – it was a lot to take on board.”

The positive changes are ones that Perkins has seen in spades, with the increased efforts clearly showing greater benefits to come. “I’ve seen the way our onsite composting program has rejuvenated weak spots across our vineyard blocks,” he says, “the way our clover cover crops have locked in organic material for our vines to harness, while removing the need for chemical weed control. The way we hand-prune so uniquely to here, the way we hand-manage vine vigour so uniquely to here. Vineyard management is all about the increments. Each day it’s about the incremental shifts towards our end destination.”

Perkins notes that his background is very much in conventional grape-growing. “It was how I was brought up to think,” he says. “It was right versus wrong. The change to a more sustainable, organically minded approach has been slow, and at times, difficult. There were a lot of unknowns – a lot of fears also. Implementing an organic program to specific guidelines is daunting. I had to change the way I visually saw the vineyard. Being okay with weeds, letting sheep run the vineyards, using new under-vine cultivators, new spray materials – it was a lot to take on board.”

That challenge hasn’t abated either as the team push deeper into sustainability and organics. “I’m still confronted by it at times – particularly when the weather down here does what it can do, but I just pull back from the granular and keep in-mind the big picture purpose of it all. It’s great perspective,” says Perkins. “It’s such an exciting space, and I just need to remain patient and persistent – and pray for a little less spring rain!”

Although the Ghost Rock site is not isolated in many respects, it is in a viticultural sense, with no nearby grape-growing neighbours. As a consequence, Perkins says that that their approach has evolved in a very specific way in response to their environment. “There are no neighbours, no-one to follow or copy, no regional ‘manual’ or ‘playbook’ to follow,” he says. “We’ve had to crack the viticultural code completely independent here. It’s why our pruning program is so tailored, our vine spacings are tailored, our clone mix is tailored, our whole program is tailored and continually tested and teased. Improvement is part and parcel of our business and our team.”

That team is central to the advancement of methods and success of Ghost Rock, says Perkins. “We have such an inspiring team who are striving to achieve more and more with their positive attitude and work ethic,” he says. “Although now a 26-hectare vineyard, and growing, we make a conscious effort to treat every vine, every block as its own living thing. We can’t go wrong with that mentality.”

“There are no neighbours, no-one to follow or copy, no regional ‘manual’ or ‘playbook’ to follow,” he says. “We’ve had to crack the viticultural code completely independent here. It’s why our pruning program is so tailored, our vine spacings are tailored, our clone mix is tailored, our whole program is tailored and continually tested and teased. Improvement is part and parcel of our business and our team.”

Perkins notes that the local community is also now much more connected and engaged, caring about where their food and drink come from, and how they are farmed. That engagement is also present with other farmers in the region working together to improve the local environment. “We treat our vineyards as part of a greater eco-system of growers,” he says. “Collective work on water quality, native bushland preservation and crop diversification all form part of the union. The management of our land is everything, really. Our land is our commodity. Our land is our competitive advantage. Our business cannot operate without it. Simple.”

Ghost Rock grows, vinifies and bottles everything they produce, which not so long ago was a rarity in Tasmania , and it’s something that Perkins credits with being able to forensically examine their viticultural work. “This approach is fully designed to allow our viticulture work to shine through,” he says. “Our extensive trials with shoot thinning and leaf removal has had an undeniable impact on ripening and flavour development in our cooler years. Pinot noir is becoming our heartbeat. It just loves to cool, maritime life here. We’re seeing more red and dark berry characters push through in the wines to surround the spice and earth tones.”

That approach has paid equal dividends with other varieties, too, better expressing a significant site. “Our yield management work across our high-end chardonnay blocks has also been a success story,” says Perkins. “We’re now consistently picking ripe, clean and intensely flavoured fruit compared to the uncontrolled years where disease and under-ripeness could easily compromise our work. This improved fruit profile is allowing the winery team to utilise more ambitious yeast and oak regimes to craft premium wines. Not many people can say they’ve pioneered their own wine region. That alone is pretty special. And the fact that we’ve cracked the viticulture code here, that we’ve proven it can be done and done to an international standard. It takes a special site to do that.”

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Ghost rock vineyard.

Ghost Rock Vineyard, situated 10 minutes east of Devonport on Tasmania’s Central North Coast,offers a modern cellar door experience. You can taste, enjoy and purchase our wines including our famous Tasmanian Pinot Chardonnay Sparkling (Catherine). We also produce Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Riesling and Pinot Rose.

Owners Cate and Colin Arnold invite you to visit and sample their award winning Tasmanian wines while taking in the tranquil vineyard and countryside views to Bass Strait.

Concert in the Vines Rocked Ghost Rock

Well our 2013 Concert in the Vines was a roaring success. The weather turned on its charm for us and we welcomed a huge crowd of happy concert goers on Saturday 2nd March to our annual outdoor concert. Everybody had a fantastic day and Ross Wilson and his band certainly didn’t disappoint. Big thanks to everyone that supported the day – staff, bands, concert goers and everyone else who helped out in one way or another. We couldn’t have done it without you and we hope you’ll all come back next year!

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We found that in the area around Devonport quality lunch options were fairly limited. We stumbled upon Ghost Rock Vinyard almost by accident. Although the menu has little in the way chioces, we found the platter and a bottle of Pinot rosé excellent. Lunch for 3 and a bottle of wine $74.

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Called in for lunch today after driving past many times. Very glad we stopped as the food and wine were amazing. Beautiful views capped our experience off. Can't wait to return.

An extensive range of wines, Pinot Noir, Sparkling, Pinot Gris, Sav Blanc, Rose, Riesling, Chardonnay. Scrumptious platters showcasing Tasmanian products. Friendly service, beautiful views. Live music some Sundays. Art Exhibitions. Huge music concert end of February. I'm a local so I visit regularly. Love it!

Nice wines and food. But a bit expensive. There is a small art collection. ample parking. not open through the week.

Just wanted to correct an error in this review - we are in fact open through the week, only closed Mon & Tue.

I was on holidays on the NW Coast a few weeks ago and went to visit the winery. Unfortunately there was some confusion with trading hours advertised on facebook so when we arrived the winery was closed. A private message was sent to the page and we had a response within an hour offering to open up the winery for us. We had already left the area but we were able to come back the next day and have a personalised tour and tasting. Brilliant customer service and great wine. We will be back.

Lovely location, overlooking the Autumn colours of the vineyard. Service is friendly and welcoming, wines well priced. Food platters are really quite excessive in price and the serves quite small.

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Imagine a highway where every turn has a more jaw-dropping view and every stop guarantees an outstanding taste of local delicacies. Got it? Well, if you love food and you’re wondering what to do in Tasmania, you’ll love this Tasmania itinerary 5 days of tasting along the Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail.

I spent 3 days in Tasmania on the Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail and it was not enough. You could spend a week here and still have plenty to explore.

I’d say 5 days in Tasmania exploring this part of the state will give you a good amount of time to visit farms, meet producers and see the scenery.

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Harvest launceston farmers market, launceston hotels, 41 degrees south, christmas hills raspberry farm, ashgrove farm cheese, spreyton cider, ghost rock vineyard, cable station, hellyer’s road distillery, cradle coast olives, day 5 – launceston, 5-day tasmania itinerary – the tasting trail.

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There’s so much food, wine and more to see in Tasmania’s North West , it’s worth allowing a few days and a leisurely drive to discover it in full.

You’ll want to stop frequently, linger longer and explore those out of the way trails, so do it.

The online Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail will help you select which places take your fancy and plot out a path.

If you’re keen on taking photos, here are 55 Tasmania photography spots to inspire your wanderlust. 

Tasmania itinerary 5 days

Day 1 – Launceston

I took their Launceston day trip and extended it along the Bass Highway to overnight at Stanley.

It’s a trip I would recommend for the scenic beauty as well as the food.

Fly into Launceston and spend a little time exploring the city. Here are some things to do in Launceston.

Start your Tasmanian food experience in Market Square Restaurant on the ground floor as they showcase fresh local produce from the Tamar Valley and have regular local food dinners.

A four-shot flight of local single malt Tasmania Whisky is a great way to warm up.

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If you are in the area on a Saturday, take a short walk to the Harvest Launceston Farmers Market.

It operates from 8.30 am to 12.30 pm in Cimitiere Street and you’ll find everything from meat and seafood to bread, jams and oils.

On the list of foods I would travel to Tasmania just to sample again, the salted caramel fudge I picked up at the Harvest Launceston Community Farmers Market is very high.

Amazingly soft, crunchy, salty and sweet, this fudge is a gem and luckily travels well.

Take some home with you! The market is full of local produce, including prepared meals that you can use to stock up the mini kitchen in your room at Peppers Seaport or Sebel Launceston.

The market starts at 8.30 am and mornings can be cold so remember to rug up.

The Sebel Launceston has spacious rooms, great bathroom products and a self-catering kitchen setup.

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Day 2 – Launceston to Devonport 

Bright and early, head west out of Launceston along the Bass Highway towards Devonport. The area from Launceston to Devonport is packed with farms and food producers.

I navigated my trip with my iPhone, or you can use a GPS.

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41 Degrees South Salmon and Ginseng Farm in Red Hills is about an hour’s drive down the road through the picturesque rolling green landscape.

From the highway, there’s still a way to go before you reach the farm.

I had a few nail-biting moments wondering if my directions were wrong, but eventually, the farm reveals itself.

Meet the owner Ziggy Pyka and stroll through the wetlands with a self-guided tour learning about the fish farm, ginseng plantation and aquaponics.

From the aquaponics to recycle water waste to the power generating water wheel, Ziggy has it nailed.

“We have been growing ginseng for over 15 years,” Ziggy says.

“In that time we have harvested a few acres worth of ginseng and most has gone towards the value-added ginseng products including spice, honey, tea, nougat, chocolate, vodka and essence, that we sell in the shop. We do not sell the ginseng as a whole root. In the world market, ginseng can sell anywhere from $20 per kg to $2000 per kg. The price depends on size, grade, colour, weight, age, where it was grown and if it is wild or farmed.”

Youthful looking Ziggy says he takes ginseng every day, with a break in summer, and has done since he started growing it.

A former electrician, he moved to Tasmania from Germany via Western Australia to create the salmon and ginseng farm.

With solar panels and a water wheel for renewable energy and an aquaponics facility to make use of fish waste, Ziggy’s farm ticks many sustainable boxes.

“We have natural wetland and have added on a manmade wetland to filter the fish waste through our farm and create a lush habitat for the native flora and fauna,” Ziggy says.

“The water is gravity fed and stock density is less than 20kg per cubic metre of water.”

The farm produces around 10,000 fish per year and also works with other local salmon producers to source fish for the products sold at the farm gate and from outlets around Australia.

Visitors can wander the farm on a self-guided tour, enjoy a snack or lunch at the farm gate, taste the salmon products and take home their favourites.

You can pop a hot smoked, vacuum-sealed baby salmon into your bag and take it home without refrigeration like I did or try some of the ginseng flavoured honey.

You’ll need to work up an appetite for a hot smoked salmon sandwich or a rillettes platter and you can taste before you buy.

Elizabeth Town

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The lure of succulent raspberries had me back on the highway heading to Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm near Elizabeth Town.

They say the chocolate-coated raspberries are addictive and I now understand why.

Work up an appetite by taking a stroll through the gardens first and see where the raspberries grow, farmed by the same family for generations.

There are park benches along the way to stop and enjoy the view and the peaceful lake.

One bite of the chocolate-coated raspberries at Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm & Café is all it takes to create a lifetime addiction.

Hiding under the thick chocolate exterior lurks sweet, fresh raspberries that melt in your mouth along with the chocolate creating an unforgettable flavour.

There’s something about the soft, sweet tartness of the fresh raspberry with the hard crunch of the cold chocolate which is simply irresistible.

Of course, I didn’t stop there – raspberry beef sausages and raspberry golden syrup dumplings were waiting to be tasted and washed down with raspberry tea.

You won’t leave here with empty arms after surveying the raspberry themed goodies for sale.

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Back on the A1 Highway, Ashgrove Farm Cheese is 9km further west.

It’s a family-run business where the 700 strong herd grazes around the factory which produces classic and niche cheeses, such as wasabi and lavender varieties.

Check out the wide selection of local products in their shop, taste their cheeses and take some home with you.

Say hello to the friendly cows in the car park, but as the sign says, don’t feed them. They are sculptures, silly!

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Check your GPS for directions to Spreyton Cider Co , which takes Tasmania apples and pears grown on the family farm or in the Mersey Valley, and turns them into hand-crafted, bottle-fermented Tasmanian cider .

The cider maker will pour you a flight of five ciders to taste so you can choose which ones to take home.

Take a walk through the apple orchards, both new and old, and soak up the Tasmanian sunshine.

It doesn’t get much more picturesque or quintessentially Tasmanian than the view from the cellar door at Spreyton Cider on a sunny day.

Clear blue sky, verdant grass and apple trees stretching off into the distance, it’s a spot where you can easily consume a quiet cider or two.

Cider is believed to be the oldest of all alcoholic drinks but despite modern innovations the technique for making it remains simple.

It’s a process of picking and preparing the apples, pulping and then pressing. Yeast is added and the temperature is controlled while the product is assessed. Then it’s onto bottling and blending.

A Spreyton Cider tasting paddle is an easy introduction to the world of ciders.

In 1908 the family started growing apples but it wasn’t until 1998 that they decided to give the juice a go with Spreyton Fresh.

With nearly two million litres of apple juice now sold each year, it was time to start experimenting with cider ferments. Spreyton Cider Co was launched in 2012.

Spreyton makes five delicious ciders all with distinctive flavours – Vintage, Dark, Classic, Perry and Bright. A cider tasting paddle can be combined with a cheese platter.

As well as tasting the product, you can take a self-guided tour of the orchard and see the old and more intensive new methods of apple tree growing.

Spreyton Cider Co is located on the corner of Sheffield and Melrose Roads in Spreyton.

Ghost Rock Vineyard is a boutique vineyard with a cellar door where you can sip wine and gaze out over the vineyard, which was one of the first to be planted in the coastal region of northern Tasmania.

Located about 10 minutes’ drive outside Devonport, Ghost Rock has a Winery and Interpretation Centre.

The drive on the Bass Highway to Cable Station Restaurant & Accommodation will take you through Burnie and along some stunning stretches of coastline to Stanley.

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Day 3 – Stanley

There’s much to do here – walk Stanley’s cute, heritage streets, climb the 152m high Nut, sample the local scallops or Cape Grim beef, walk along Tallow’s Beach and tour the colonial regency Highfield Historic Site.

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High on the hill and surrounded by farmland overlooking the Bass Strait, Cable Station is located in a former telecommunication centre circa 1936.

I had the three-bedroom Tasting Trail Technician’s Cottage to myself so it was a night in front of the fire. The accommodation includes a maxi-bar stocked full of local produce, gathered from the same places I visited on my journey.

Look up into the sky and there’s a chance you might see the Tasmania Aurora of Southern Lights dancing overhead.

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Day 4 – Stanley to Launceston

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It would have been fun to extend my trip from here and head further into Tasmania, but instead, I was back on the Bass Highway to Burnie to take a whisky walk at Hellyer’s Road Distillery.

It’s not about walking a straight white line but rather touring with whisky distillery with the chance to bottle your own and see the casks maturing on the racks.

There are three single malt whiskies made here.

Lunch was a whisky-marinated scotch fillet burger followed by whisky fudge.

A waste of whisky or a wonderful marinade?

Hellyers Road Distillery obviously has no shortage of fine Tasmanian whisky  at their disposal and use some of it to tenderize their scotch fillet burger steaks.

The steaks are tender with a subtle whiskey flavour and the burger is a filling lunch option.

The distillery was named after European explorer Henry Hellyer who surveyed the once dirt road leading to the distillery.

There’s a statue of Henry with his preferred companion, a trusty mutt, in the spacious Burnie Visitor Centre.

The distillery is owned by Tasmania’s second-largest milk processing company, Betta Milk and headed by Master Distiller Mark Littler.

It was established as a creative expansion following the deregulation of the Australian Dairy industry in 1996.

The spirits first flowed here in 1999 with the first product sales in 2006 and the awards have been flowing ever since.

Mark Littler will tell you that milk and whisky is not such a strange combination.

It’s all about hygiene, critical time and temperature points, rigorous quality control and a controlled storage environment.

“We produce a high-quality product using pure rainwater from this lush dairy farming country,” says Mark.

“Our Peated Simple Malt was recognized as the nation’s best at the Malt Whisky Society Awards for Excellence in 2010 and the Pinot Noir Finish was awarded Best New World Whisky at Whisky Live in Paris, 2013.”

Just a few steps from Mark’s office is the Whisky Walk where visitors can view the process from malted barley to barrel, all with a definite peaty aroma in the air.

There’s even an opportunity to pour and wax your own ‘Distillers Choice’ straight from the oak.

Original, slightly peated, pinot noir finish or Henry’s Legacy, if you can’t decide which whisky to take home, sample a few with a whisky flight in the visitor center.

Whisky has also found its way out of the bottle and into their rich, creamy fudge and marinated steak for the distinctive Hellyers Road burger.

Relax with a dram or a drop of Hellyers Road in a comfortable lounge chair, and enjoy the sweeping views over some of Tasmania’s exquisite mountain scenery.

This is a visitor’s centre you’ll find hard to leave.

Hellyer’s Road Distillery is open every day from 10 am to 4.30 pm.

At Cradle Coast Olives near Abbotsham, Tony and Carol O’Neil describe their cabinet as filled with an ‘embarrassment of awards’.

Cradle Coast Olives has taken out the ‘Best Boutique Oil’ award at the Australian Olive Oil awards for five out of the last seven years.

The olive farm started out as a retirement project but their acclaimed oil products have turned this grove into a three-generational business.

What’s their secret?

Is it their valley’s microclimate with its brisk autumn weather and early frosts, the rich volcanic soil or the five diverse varieties amongst their 400 olive trees?

Maybe it’s because they pick their olives early with quality, rather than yield in mind.

Or perhaps it’s the hand harvesting and pressing straight on-site using an Olio Mio high-tech cold press.

20 years of hard work later, their success is 90 percent due to the soil and perfect micro-climate and 10 percent due to their constant, careful management.

At Cradle Coast Olives they carefully manage the process every step of the way and same-day processing is their preference.

They are also vigilant when it comes to hygiene and the olive oil press is pulled down and sterilized every day after it is used.

The Cradle Coast Olives cellar door is a small detour off Tasmania’s main Cradle Coast Trail at Abbotsham. It’s open Sunday to Friday but it’s best to phone ahead to make sure (08) 6425 3448. Find out more from Cradle Coast Olives.

The drive to the farm will take you off the beaten track into a blissful rural landscape.

Depending on what time your flight is, there may be time to squeeze in some of Launceston’s sights.

Just a short walk from Launceston’s town centre, Peppers Seaport Hotel overlooks the Tamar River.

Built on an old dry dock, the hotel has a nautical theme with balconies that take in the best of the marina views.

On the ground level, Mud Bar’s menu reflects chef Jordan Guy’s travels with a little bit of Europe, Asia and Australia and draws from the executive chef’s own farm. 

It’s simply great food.

Their slow-cooked rosemary cassoulet of Driver’s Run lamb with white polenta, tomato, mint and mizuna was lick-the-plate stuff.

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