June 13, 2024

The Tassie Off Season is calling

This winter, Tassie invites you to get wild, weird, and wonderful and become a winter person!

Northern Tasmania's Off Season is brimming with unique experiences, perfect for those ready to embrace the cooler weather. From dessert with the devil to warm fireside gatherings, there's an adventure waiting for everyone. So, don your beanies, scarves, and puffer jackets and prepare to explore the enchanting landscapes, vibrant underground festivals, and cosy retreats that make Tasmania's winter truly magical.

Winter in the Vineyard: A Vine Pruning Masterclass by Clover Hill Wines

Discover the art of creating exceptional sparkling wine from grape to glass with a tour of Clover Hill Wines vineyard. Take part in vine pruning to ready them for the next growing cycle, then indulge in a tasting masterclass complemented by a delightful cheese platter.

$145 per person

Image credit: Clover Hill Wines on Instagram

Clover Off Season

Embrace the Dark by Brady’s Lookout Cider

Brady’s Lookout Cider is bringing back its Embrace the Dark offer! This unique sensory experience includes a tour of their cider mill and the opportunity to formulate your very own Methode Traditionelle cider to take with you on your travels. Perfect for gifting to friends and family, or enjoying when reminiscing on your Tassie travels!

$100 per person

Image credit: Brady’s Lookout Cider on Instagram

Bradys Off Season

Savour the Scent by Bridestowe Lavender Estate

While the purple-hazed fields rest over the winter, visit Bridestowe Lavender Estate to create your own lavender magic!

Go behind the scenes to explore the elegant gardens and production areas where the renowned Bobbie™ the Bridestowe Lavender Heat Pack Bear is made. Then, get hands-on in a guided workshop to craft lavender-scented products, and enjoy a light lunch or afternoon tea.

What a delightful day experience!

$120 per person

Image credit: Bridestowe Estate on Instagram

Bridestowe Off Season

Snow, Ice and Winter Fun

Embrace the winter wonderland of Ben Lomond Alpine Resort and experience the joy of tobogganing down the slopes, winning a snowball fight, building snowmen and making snow angels.

Afterwards, warm up by the crackling fireplace with a steaming cup of hot chocolate or a glass of mulled wine, and indulge in ooey-gooey s'mores!

$89 per person

Image credit: Ben Lomond Alpine Resort on Instagram

Snow Sports Off Season

Dessert with the Devil

At Devils at Cradle, join the iconic Tassie wildlife for an up-close foodie encounter. Afterwards, indulge your inner devil with sweet treats and tantalizing drinks by the warm, red glow of the fire.

$99 per Adult/ Children (4-15) $75

Image credit: Devils at Cradle

Devils at Cradle Off Season

Music in the Caves

Immerse yourself in live music in the depths of Gunns Plains Caves. Dance along with local critters and enjoy the soothing sounds of moving water entwined with the musician. It’s truly an underground experience of a lifetime!

$20 per person

Image credit: Gunns Plains Caves

Gunns Plains Caves

So, what are you waiting for? Book your flight, put on your Tassie tuxedo, and dive into this year’s Off Season offers in the north of the state.

If you need assistance, the Discover Tasmania website is here to guide you through the myriad experiences available and help you plan your travels around the state.

Australia Pacific Airports (Launceston) acknowledges the First Nations people and Traditional Owners of Tasmania including the Land that Launceston Airport operates on. We pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all other First Nations People.