Section in Tasmania
It’s an unlikely spot for a food revolution – a bountiful green island off the southern coast of Australia. Tasmania’s cool climate and rich soils allow small-scale producers to flourish and some of the best produce you will find anywhere is grown, harvested and served on the island. In Tasmania you won’t just taste the food, you’ll meet food thought leaders and chefs leading a cultural food revolution – you’ll find local farmers and producers growing wasabi, raising wagyu beef, harvesting plump oysters and collecting honey. There are farmers markets, cutting edge restaurants, gourmet walking tours, farm gates and providores scattered all across the island. Farm-based cooking classes will also have you harvesting vegetables before returning to cook up a feast. It’s all part of the Tasmanian food experience.