Saffire – the ultimate coastal escape
A coastal sanctuary at Coles Bay on Tasmania’s east coast, Saffire offers a whole new level of luxury accommodation, delivering sophistication and indulgence in a stunning location overlooking the Hazards mountains. Dine at the Palate restaurant for an exclusive take on paddock-to-plate dining featuring Tasmanian produce matched with wine from local vineyards.
Pumphouse Point – A bold take on the lake house stay
This Tasmanian gem gives new meaning to waterfront accommodation. When you’re perched out in the Southern Hemisphere’s deepest freshwater lake at Pumphouse Point, you’re spoilt for water views. Soak in the stillness or walk in wilderness, this is a place to recharge and indulge. If you want to dial up the luxe factor book into the The Retreat, hidden on the lake’s edge. Enveloped by native bush, an unforgettable all-inclusive wilderness experience awaits you.
Clover Hill – the Champagne region rival
Sparkling wine producer, Clover Hill, was established in 1986 to rival the great Champagne houses of France. The Tasmanian cool climate conditions, ancient volcanic soils and the sheltered natural amphitheatre produce something very special in the Tamar Valley. Drop into the cellar door and enjoy a stylish tasting experience. Relax on the terrace and soak in the views or chat to the knowledgeable staff at the bar over a tasting of their highly esteemed bubbles. Settle in with a platter of local cheese, the perfect partner to a long luxuriously lazy Tassie day.
Bangor Vineyard Shed – taste the ocean, with a twist of lemon
Indulge in fresh oysters plucked straight from the water at Bangor Vineyard Shed while enjoying wines made from grapes grown on the property. Bangor Vineyard Shed is a wonderful place to unwind on a Tassie afternoon. If you fancy arriving in style, why not whisk that special someone down to Bangor Vineyard Shed by helicopter to collect supplies before touching down at Lagoon Bay for a picnic by the sea.