The first three months of the year are a great time for foodie fans to visit Tasmania, with a number of fantastic food and wine festivals taking place over summer and autumn.
It's almost time for the Huon Valley's food event to take centre stage in March, celebrating the 21st year of 'A Taste of the Huon', a celebration of the region's fine food, wine, entertainment, arts and crafts.
Visitors to the island's capital of Hobart can also get in on the festivities, with the event taking place at Ranelagh Showgrounds, which is only a 30 minute drive away.
Over 20,000 people are expected to attend the two-day event on Sunday March 10 and Monday March 11, with Tasmania renowned for produce such as apples, cherries, mushrooms, berries, truffles, salmon and cool-climate wines!
More than 90 stallholders will be present at the festival with William Smith Cider, Silver Hill Fisch, Taste of Persia, Bag Bakery, Tassie Taste Buds and Coffee for a Cause some of the exhibitors who will be offering savoury treats, ingenious crafts and cool beverages at the event.
So bring along a blanket and an empty stomach to take delight in all the food, wine and entertainment at A Taste of the Huon.