The east coast of Tasmania is gorgeous and is home to Freycinet National Park and the beautiful Wineglass Bay. The east coast wine region is relatively small with less than 10 cellar doors to visit, but it delivers some great cellar door experiences with a combination of smaller boutique wineries and more familiar names like Freycinet Vineyard and Spring Vale Wines.
In the region, you can eat the freshest oysters from the local fish co-ops or from the very popular Freycinet Marine Farm and once you have tasted all of the amazing wines and eaten all the oysters you can, you can take the strenuous (but worth it!) walk down to Wineglass Bay. We always stay in Bicheno, one of our favourite places in the world, which is a small town, but well located to explore the area. You can get great fish & chips and oysters from "The Gulch", get some retail therapy in the great little boutique, wander around at night and see the little penguins or look out to the water and see the dolphins frolicking around or the sea lions sunbaking on the rocks. If you feel like going for a local walk, we recommend waiting for low tide and walking along the foreshore footway across to Diamond Island