To whet your appetite, here are a few of the bits and bobs you can see, do and discover in Tasmania.
Taste honey harvested from deep within the Tarkine, Australia’s largest temperate rainforest.
Meet the happiest cows in the world and a cheesemaker who’s been making cheese since he was eight years old.
Cook food pulled from the earth and raised on the farm at the Agrarian Kitchen, Australia’s first paddock-to-plate cooking school.
Visit the restored historic Shene Estate now home to a whisky that’s found itself in the top two percent in the world.
A market where fresh produce is gathered from around the island and handed to you by the farmers themselves.
The taste of Southern Wild gin is drawn from wild rivers and perfected with botanicals handpicked in Paradise.
The hand nurtured oysters at Melshell Oyster van are so fresh and so salty, it’s like French kissing a mermaid.
Meet two winemaking farmers who understand no two days are the same, working with Mother Nature to create unique wines.
Step into the wild world of Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and meet some extraordinary, cute and cuddly creatures.
Be swept away by steam train through remote rainforests – then swap comfort for courage as you plunge into the rapids of the mighty King River.
Enter the old world charm of the 1841 colonial homestead showcasing Tasmania's heritage, food and wine – and authentic Spanish cuisine.
Walk in the footsteps of thieves, murderers and convicts, through deep and dark historical alleyways and coffin rooms of Launceston.
Try the hand rolled masterpieces of the highly regarded sushi chef who fell in love with surf, fresh produce and "the best salmon on earth".
Discover Ashgrove Farm's award-winning milk, cream, butter and uniquely flavoured cheeses, created by two wily pioneers who hail from five generations of dairy farmers.
Share a yarn and a handcrafted ale with the prize-winning brewer who clearly thinks way outside the barrel.
Introducing the larger than life tattoo artist who will show you the thrill of searching for the big catch on Tasmania's alluring east coast.
You've witnessed the tale of Saroo Brierley's epic search for home in the motion picture, Lion. Now delve into the Lion's Den to hear why he calls the pristine little island of Tassie home...
Meet The Wombat Lady of Flinders Island and her furry residents that will warm your heart and nourish your soul.
Meet the original rev-head and explore his extraordinary collection of classic vintage cars.
Discover why the vineyards on the Great Eastern Drive are giving wines around the world a run for their money.
Leap 140m off the Gordon Dam into Tasmania's magnificent south west wilderness.
Live, eat, love and stay at The Red Feather Inn, a hidden oasis so luxurious you won't want to leave.
Discover a place where the award winning cheeses, organic wines and exotic vodkas almost outshine the stunning vistas.
Enjoy one of the best rides you'll ever have, around one of the most stunning tracks on earth.
Walk in the footsteps of convicts by day. By night, see their story come to life in Australia's longest running play.
Step back in time to a wild land of lost mines, ancient pines, baron valleys and world heritage rainforests.
Meet the little Tassie battlers who took on the world and won.
Lace up and take the walk of a lifetime along the breathtaking Three Capes Track.
Experience "Devils in the Dark" where you'll get closer to the creature than you ever thought possible.
Meet the man behind Cradle Mountain Canyons, one of the greatest outdoor adventures on earth.
Discover a place where heavenly wines and fresh oysters marry together like they never have before.
Join Pepper Bush Adventures on the journey of a lifetime in Tasmania's magical wilderness.
Step into Ratho Farm and step back in time to the home of some of Tassie's most colourful history.
Get lost in Tasmazia; a wonderful world where you'll discover what it's like to be a child again.
Buckle up and prepare to be captivated by one of Australia's most iconic self-drive holidays.
The No.1 public golf course in Australia awaits... game on!
Join James and Sara as they show you around this awe-inspiring place.
Uncover the secrets behind award winning wine and design.
Meet eco-warrior Rob Pennicott and prepare to have your tastebuds seduced.
Discover a few reasons why cyclists the world over are making tracks down here.
Get a taste of Tassie's East Coast.
Discover a place where art and nature become one.
Step into an ancient land of contradictions and the world's second largest cool temperate rainforest.
Walk the food trail – meet your dinner before you eat it.
Pick up a hamper and join the locals at the Binalong picnic table, some say it's the best seat in the world.
Meet the animals and hear their stories at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.
Bobbie the Bridestowe lavender bear shows you around the beautiful place he lives and works.
Travel the road less travelled up Tasmania's amazing east coast road.
Discover this iconic scenery and meet the loveable locals and devilish creatures that bring it to life.
You're invited to the Hastings Caves 40,000,000th Annual General Meeting.
Strap yourself in and prepare for take off at Hollybank Treetop Adventures.
Authentic and quirky experiences that define Queenstown as a destination – no ordinary place – no ordinary festival!
Join Will Chatalot as he takes you to his favourite places around historic New Norfolk.
At the Queen Victoria Museum, even the buildings belong in the museum.
The nightly Bicheno Penguin Tour is a must on the East Coast. You'll meet hundreds of these little guys; just don't forget to wear your shoes.
Step back in time with one of our most unique residents – Ian Summers. He collects things, he runs a museum and he plays the banjo. Brilliant!
Based on a real event back in 1834, Australia's longest running play, it's the must see performance of several lifetimes.
You can see it in Strahan on Tasmania's West Coast.
There are cheeses...and then there are the Bruny Island Cheese Co. cheeses. Careful your mouth doesn't water over the keyboard.
Take a 110 metre slide to the bottom of the world's only blackwood sinkhole. At the bottom it's unlike anything you've ever seen before.
Take a different type of tour through the historic and picturesque town of Evandale in Tasmania's North.
No one does beaches like Tasmania. For example this place is called Friendly Beaches but chances are you won't see anybody around for miles.
Step into the shoes of the convict workers, as they guide you through the Brickendon and Woolmers Estates giving you a taste of what life was really like.
Ridiculously intelligent, come and meet the cows of Pyengana Dairy Company in Tasmania's stunning North East. These ladies will really moove you.
Weldborough in the North East. Famous for many things, including its hotel.
If you think today's train ride to work is a grind, experience what they used to go through aboard the West Coast Wilderness Railway.
Don't take our word for it, take a sip. Crafted from pure Tassie ingredients, you can find Lark Distillery smack-bang in the middle of Hobart.
Honesty boxes containing many delights and treats, can be found all around Tasmania. This one has a special video treat from Sally Wise.