Tasmanian Food and Wine Tours!


Welcome to Herbaceous Tours where you will enjoy a unique Tasmanian food and wine experience!


Food Tourism Story-7.30 Report


We are very excited to have been included in a story about food tourism in Tasmania, produced by the 7.30 Report team. The filming took all day with a terrific team from the ABC who made it great fun. You can watch the story here.


Do you want to enjoy a uniquely Tasmanian Gourmet Food and Wine experience?
Herbaceous Tours will take you to some amazing producers where you can “Meet the Maker” of a wide variety of produce.


Apart from the scheduled Food and Wine tours Herbaceous Tours can also take you to some of our iconic Tasmanian landmarks such as Port Arthur and all the great places to visit on the Tasman Peninsula or how about a trip to the historic Richmond village? We operate on the philosophy that is your holiday so you choose how the day unfolds.
So check out the Tour Dates page to see the new Spring and Summer schedule and see all the fantastic Gourmet Food and Wine tours on offer.
Herbaceous Tours caters for all who are passionate about Food and Wine, specifically the wonderful abundance of it in Tasmania.
• Do you want to know its sources, how it is cultivated or produced? Then an Herbaceous Tour is for you!
• Our tours are very special, as they take you "through" the Farm gate and allow you to Meet the Makers, a diverse group of Farmers, Providores, and Producers of a wide variety of Tasmanian Food and Wine products.
• Most of the facilities we will be visiting on Herbaceous Tours are working farms and producers who do not normally cater for tourists. This ensures that each participant of an Herbaceous Tour is sure to enjoy a genuinely unique experience of Tasmania.
• Not only will you enjoy some wonderful samples of Tasmanian Food and Wine on many of our tours you will also see some of the most spectacular scenery in the world!
• Please remember that tour destinations may change without notice; this is due to the fact that things 'happen' on farms and with food producers which may mean they have to suddenly cancel our visit.
• For your safety you are required to wear flat, enclosed shoes.
• Many of our tours involve negotiating rough terrain so are not suitable for children or people with limited mobility.

Latest News

Don’t Judge a “Book” by its Cover

Published on: 2014-04-03


Recently I had some more guests from Texas and they wanted to know some places to eat so I gave them my usual recommendations based on the type of food they liked. The second morning of touring I

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A Day on the Farm

Published on: 2013-05-11


Herbaceous Tours in collaboration with Weston Farm, is very pleased to announce a new tour; A Day on the Farm.
Top spot for lunch
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Bicheno Food and Wine Festival

Published on: 2012-11-04


The Bicheno Food and Wine Festival is a great one day event which is being held on 17 November at the Bicheno Primary School. This event is a great opportunity to learn all about the food and wine of

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SUSTAINABLE LIVING FESTIVAL

Published on: 2012-11-03


Judging by the program of events the Sustainable Living Festival is going to be a fantastic event that will surely provide something for anyone with even the slightest interest in sustainability!

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Tasmanian International Beerfest

Published on: 2012-11-03


Not just a huge range of local, interstate and international beers on offer but also great selection of tasty ciders, great food and music. So come along to this 2 day event and enjoy the opportunity

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Bruny Island Oyster Affair

Published on: 2012-10-21


Bruny Island Oyster Affair
Yummy Fresh Oyster
How good are you at shucking oysters? Or

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The Agrarian Experience

Published on: 2012-08-18


Over the winter I was very lucky to be invited to Lachlan to see just what the Agrarian Experience is all about. There have been many articles in newspapers and various ‘foodie’ magazines however none

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Welcome to John Zitto at Nutpatch

Published on: 2012-08-17


We are very pleased to welcome John Zitto from Nutpatch to the Herbaceous Tours family of producers. John has a wonderful orchard of hazelnuts with over 30 varieties from all over the world which he

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Latest Journal Entries

Diamond Princess Tour

Published on: 2014-02-10


My guests from Italy finally arrived on the Diamond Princess, why finally? Well we have been emailing for 5 months so I was looking forward to actually meeting them!

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Bucks Week Day 2

Published on: 2014-02-06


Day two saw us travelling up to Mt Nelson

before heading to Cascade Brewery for their

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