Full of colour and flavour, Tasmania’s North West is the gateway to some of Tasmania’s most beautiful natural places. Exploring the North West you’ll find classic coastal drives, food and wine trails, stunning national parks and beautiful nature reserves.

This region is the gateway to some of Tasmania’s most beautiful natural places – including Cradle Mountain – one of Tasmania’s most visited natural icons. It is also a great place for touring and offers spectacular views at every turn, from Mt Roland near Devonport, Table Cape near Wynyard and the famous ‘Nut’ at Stanley. And some of Tasmania’s prettiest cities and towns sit right on the water’s edge on the scenic North West coast, each with their own unique attractions and relaxed seaside atmosphere.

Barringwood Winery

The food and wines of the North West are special – they are more than just nourishment – because they tie together the stories of the makers and the land where they originated. Enjoy the delights of supremely fresh fruit and vegetables from roadside stalls, and the paddock-to-plate experience of eating food that was sourced from local areas.

The wine and other beverages are things you can enjoy here and take home as gifts or as delicious keepsakes from your visit.

Whichever way you explore the region, there’s no shortage of great places to stay, eat and enjoy. So go where the world’s still wild, in a region that’s home to breathtaking scenery, unbelievable history, gourmet produce and wine and the world’s cleanest air. There’s no end to the experiences on offer.

Come taste your way around the North West Wine Trail at Vin Diemen!