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Eat & Drink Bruny Island: Three Gourmet Tours That Pack A Lot In

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Bruny Island might be small, but it sure packs a lot in. It’s like a compact version of Tassie, filled with all of our favourite things – whisky, wine, berries, oysters, cheese, fudge… Oh my, whisk me away! But how to sample all of the things?! Never fear, here are our three top picks of Bruny Island tours that bring together the island’s gourmet produce and natural beauty. Your taste buds are sure to have a cracking good time. (Hot tip: elastic waistbands might start look look less hideous as the day goes on. They really are so practical.)

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The Tasmanian House of Whisky
This is a must for whisky lovers! The Tasmanian House of Whisky offers a spectacular representation of the Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky Industry in one place, with the most extensive known range of purely Tasmanian Single Malts. Enjoy Tasmania’s outstanding single malts paired with Bruny Island and Tasmanian gourmet foods in an intimate setting with an open fire and stunning water views.
For more info, see:
Hobart & Beyond | Website

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Bruny Island Traveller
The Bruny Island Traveller is a six-course gourmet Bruny Island day tour departing from Hobart. This is a delicious day out where every course on the menu is a stop on your journey. A local guide shepherds you around as you visit the home of Bruny Island’s cheese, oysters, fudge, berries, wine and whisky to savour their produce and hear the stories behind the harvest.
For more info, see:
Hobart & Beyond | Website

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Bruny Island Safaris
Devour your way around Bruny Island on this Bruny Island gourmet food, nature, wildlife and sightseeing tour. This one also departs from Hobart, and offers a taste of the Gourmet Food Trail, including lunch and island produce sampling throughout the day, visiting eight food producers. The tours feature: a Lighthouse tour, big local produce lunch, cider tasting, private cheese tastings, oysters, chocolate, rainforests, beaches, ice cream, wine, The Neck lookout, wallabies in the wild, stunning national park, and so much more.
For more info, see:
Hobart & Beyond | Website

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What would a Bruny Island adventure be without good food and something yummy to drink? There are so many great food and wine producers on the island. The first stop when you arrive on the ferry and typically the last as you are leaving the island is Bruny Island House of Whisky. A stop here will have you sampling all sorts of different Tasmanian produced whisky. There are many award winning drops to sample and plenty to learn from the very knowledgeable team behind this business . As some of you may know, not only do I have the @tassiegrammer account but I also run @tassiefoodguide, and I spend a lot of time traveling around Tasmania and elsewhere eating in many different places. One thing that I always seek out when possible are great platters that you typically find in wineries. Bruny Island House of Whisky have some of the best you will find anywhere . This business was previously known as the Bruny Island Smoke House, and it is the same owners who have just shifted focus slightly. They produce their own smoked meats, salmon and many other yummy goodies. And what they don’t produce themselves they source locally . The whisky and food tasting flight as pictured gives you the best of both of their products – great Tasmanian whisky and great local produce. I highly recommend giving this a try next time you are visiting Bruny Island . My Bruny Island adventure is unfortunately slowly coming to an end but keep following along for more a bit later tonight. If you have any questions about Bruny Island please feel free to ask me in the comments below . #tassiegrammerdoesbruny #hobartandbeyond #hobartandbeyondontheroad #discovertasmania #brunyislandhouseofwhisky #brunyisland #huontrail #southernexposuretas

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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.

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