Bruny Island, an island off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania. About a 30 minute drive from the capital city, Hobart, and a short ferry ride across the water.
Oysters, cheese, chocolate, a smoke house. It’s a place for everyone!
For me, Tasmania has a magnetic effect; I always want to return. It truly is a happy place for me. The pace is slower, the air is clean, and the scenery always takes my breath away.
Ewen Bell and I host a food photography workshop down in Hobart, and take in some of the local treasures. With a trip to Agrarian Kitchen, Frogmore Creek Winery and Ridgeline pottery amongst the itinerary.
The final day in Tassie. We catch a gorgeous sunrise, head back to Hobart via Sweet Envy, the sweetest place in town.
Getting lost on Bruny Island.
Whilst it was a little stressful at the time, it was a great adventure. We managed to get to the lighthouse in time for one hell of a sunset.
Bowls of coffee and ricotta hotcakes in Hobart, to oyster farming and cheese tasty on Bruny Island. This day was a hard one to beat.
Soaking in the sun and surrounds of Salamanca in Hobart. A stay at the Salamanca Wharf Hotel and dining at Smolt.
After driving of Spirit of Tasmania, it was time for us to make our way down to Hobart. A few stops along the way including the Christmas Hills Berry Farm.
Sailing down to Tassie on Spirit of Tasmania. It’s a gourmet onboard experience, with lots of delicious dishes at The Leatherwood restaurant.
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