Published: 21 March 2018 by: The H4C Team
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Discover Tasmania's foodie scene with these brilliant new tours

If you're keen foodies and you haven't yet visited Tasmania (or you're looking to revisit), book yourselves these amazing gourmet touring experiences from Feast and Fossick, starting June 2018. Showcasing the best of Hobart and ruggedly beautiful Bruny Island, the personally guided tours are all about enjoying luxury and premium Tasmanian food and wine.

Taste your away around Hobart's waterfront – images courtesy of Feast Fossick

Each consisting of two days of delicious discoveries, the Hobart Fossick and Bruny Fossick tours can be combined to create one seriously unforgettable getaway. In Hobart, couples can indulge in a Tea to Tapas tour, go sea kayaking around the Salamanca waterfront, wander the iconic markets and sip cocktails at the 1950s-inspired South Seas Cocktail Lounge for a special getaway. Add to the mix a luxury stay at Macq01 on Hobart's waterfront and you've got one incredible city stay.

For something a little more adventurous, experience the Bruny Fossick tour and discover what makes the island so special. Highlights include visits to Get Shucked oyster farm, wine tastings at Bruny Island Premium Wines, scenic cruises with Bruny Island Cruises, whiskey sampling at Bruny Island Whiskey House and a stay at the dreamy Adventure Bay Retreat. 

Fall in love with romantic Bruny Island – images courtesy of Feast and Fossick

Whether you combine both tours or just treat yourselves to one, a culinary adventure with Feast and Fossick is sure to be unforgettable. To find out more about the group's tours, visit the Feast and Fossick website here

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