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Northern Forage

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A place to grow

Pure air, rich land, great produce, fresh ideas. This is a journey to feed your soul.

Breathe deep. That’s (officially) some of the cleanest air in the world you’re inhaling. Bordered by the wild coastline of Bass Strait, a journey across northern Tasmania is a chance to slow down, forage or follow your food from paddock to plate at some of the most fertile farms and pasture in Australia. Stop at farm-gate stalls, distilleries and cellar doors for tastings, and to meet the makers. And linger in rural villages and quirky coastal towns along the way.

4 days east of the Tamar

Find wine, beaches, blue lakes and mountain bikes on the east side of the Tamar.


4 days west of the Tamar

Explore the region west of the Tamar and discover an abundance of wildlife and places to source fresh Tasmanian produce.


4 days in the Central North

Cross the fertile food bowl of the north west of Tasmania, with Bass Strait views along the way.


4 days in the North West

Breathe in the world's cleanest air and explore Australia's largest cool-climate rainforest in the north west of Tasmania.


Plan your own journey

Every road, lane and track in Tasmania leads to discovery and surprise. Start plotting your own journey and see where the detours take you.


Things to do

Great road trips are made by the places and people you find along the way.
Take a break at these essential pit stops.

  • 7 reasons to love the Northern Forage 7 reasons to love the Northern Forage 7 reasons to love the Northern Forage

    Fresh produce and fresh ideas: why this journey will feed your soul.

  • Tulips in Tasmania Tulips in Tasmania Tulips in Tasmania

    Catch tulip season among hectares of blooming bulbs at Table Cape.

  • Tamar Valley Tamar Valley Tamar Valley

    Follow country roads through orchards and vineyards, forest and farms.