All Towns

Campbell Town






New Norfolk





Places to Stay

Heritage Stays
See more...


As you browse the site, add accommodation, tours, events and attractions to your personalised trip by clicking the heart icon. When you’re done, click the heart icon in the menu at the top of the website to view your wishlist.

Review your list, remove any items you no longer need, then select “View your itinerary” to see your trip on a map, or send it to a friend.

Best Wineries South of Hobart

Tasmania’s exquisite cool climate wines are quite something (and have collected a nice array of awards). If you’re fond of a vino, head south. We’ve put together some tips on the best wineries south of Hobart.

The Channel

  • Visit Hartzview Vineyard‘s cellar door at Gardners Bay to taste their premium range of wines, as well as fortified fruit ports, liqueurs, and spiced apple liqueur mead. Enjoy a light lunch, cheese platter, or dessert in the vineyard cafe. Walk it off with a stroll back in time through the Heritage Pickers Hut Village.
  • Anim Wine at Tinderbox produce small batch wines that they mostly sell via mailing list. Visitors are welcome by appointment for an intimate tour of their winery (and home). Harvest time is always a great time to visit—they can even put you to work for a real hands-on experience!

Bruny Island

  • Bruny Island Premium Wines, Bar & Grill is located on the outskirst of Lunawanna. Enjoy lunch (or dinner Saturday nights during daylight savings) in a relaxed alfresco dining area overlooking the vineyard. The menu specialises in quality Bruny Island produce—choose from tapas, gourmet burgers, and platters, all perfectly matched with their premium cool climate wines.

The Huon Valley

  • Visit Home Hill Winery at Ranelagh for a Tasmanian-inspired lunch paired with their award-winning wines. As you indulge, enjoy stunning views of the surrounding vines, pastures, livestock and mountains.
  • Kate Hill Wines‘ cellar door at Huonville welcomes visitors to taste the flagship range as well as some exciting small-batch single-vineyard wines.
  • Elsewhere Vineyard overlooks the scenic Huon River at Glaziers Bay, and is also a working farm with an assortment of friendly animals. At the relaxed cellar door, visitors can taste the wines, discover some vineyard history, learn how the wine is grown, and hear about daily life on the vineyard and farm.
  • Two Bud Spur is a boutique vineyard at Gardners Bay, producing cool climate wines in a peaceful rural setting. Visit their unique eco-friendly straw bale winery and cellar door to try current release wines plus exclusive, selected aged wines.

Touring tips:

  • It’s best to check up-to-date opening hours and booking requirements with the individual businesses (some change seasonally).
  • Winery tours are a perfect excuse for a cheeky getaway, so book yourself some lovely accommodation and make a trip of it!
  • Please arrange safe transport, such as a fun food and wine tour, designated driver, or taxi/Uber.

We love it when you share your adventures with us. Tag @southerntrovetasmania and use #SouthernTroveTasmania and we’ll share some of our favourite photos on FacebookInstagram and in our Blog.

Related posts:

Annual Events Guide
A Gourmet Guide to Bruny Island
A Food, Drink & Art Walk Loop in the Huon & Channel
Our Guide: Artists, Makers & Growers of Southern Tasmania
Your Free Southern Trove 2020 Visitor Guide is Here
6 Stunning Walks on Bruny Island

Header image:

Home Hill Vineyard & Winery Restaurant via the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse


Isabel Galloway

For more great events in southern Tasmania, be sure to visit our Events page.

We love it when you share your adventures with us! Share your snaps by tagging @hobartandbeyond and using #HobartandBeyond on Instagram and Facebook – we’ll share our favourite pics on social media and in the blog.

Stay in touch with what’s happening in Hobart & Beyond

Sign up for our mailing list

We acknowledge the Tasmanian Aboriginal people and their enduring custodianship of lutruwita / Tasmania. We honour 40,000 years of uninterrupted care, protection and belonging to these islands, before the invasion and colonisation of European settlement.

As a destination that welcomes visitors to these lands, we acknowledge our responsibility to represent to our visitors, Tasmania’s deep and complex history, fully, respectfully and truthfully.

We acknowledge the Aboriginal people who continue to care for this country today. We pay our respects to their elders, past and present. We honour their stories, songs, art, and culture, and their aspirations for the future of their people and these lands. We respectfully ask that tourism be a part of that future.

Talk to an Expert

Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre
16-20 Davey St, Hobart TAS 7000

(03) 6238 4222

Visitor information
Hobart & Beyond is managed by
Destination Southern Tasmania

Visit our corporate site:

Sign up for our mailing list

Subscribe for updates on what's happening in hobart and beyond