Autumn in Tasmania, and especially on the East Coast, often sees clear sunny days, ideal for outdoor activities, and cool evenings perfect for keeping cosy with a glass or two of local wine or spirits.
Here are some of our favourite things to do in autumn on Tasmania’s East Coast:
- We’re told that the surf really comes to life in Autumn
- Want a beach to yourself? You may well get it during Autumn on the East Coast
- Of course Autumn is vintage time in our wineries – a great time to plan a vineyard crawl. Call in at The Farm Shed to taste some of the less-well-known wines and put together your mixed dozens. We can even arrange to mail them home for you.
- With the summer crowds dwindling, it can be a great time to visit destinations like The Bay of Fires, Coles Bay and Freycinet National Park and Maria Island.
Check out more details and see what else is happening at the East Coast Tasmania website. – and don’t forget to call in at The Farm Shed for coffee and sustenance, and to try some local wine, gin or whisky.