Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail

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Delight your senses with a journey to Tasmania's "beautiful, bountiful north west" for a food and wine journey like no other.

The Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail website showcases the gems for food and beverage in towns such as Burnie, Deloraine, Ulverstone, Latrobe and Elizabeth Town.

You can create your own itinerary to print out, picking your favourite food and wine attractions, which can then be printed for your convenience.

It's also easy to narrow down your search to what most interests you, with the attractions split up into different categories which include: seafood, fruit, beverages, dining, dairy and sweets.

The itinerary feature can also assist you in finding festivals, tours, accommodation and information centres in Tasmania's north-west, so you can have all your journey information in one place!

The tasting trail was just launched yesterday (January 23) and will allow visitors to the region to build their own food journey to suit their own tastes – whether they love fresh produce, consider themselves a huge sweet tooth or love a good glass of bubbly, there's something for everyone to enjoy!

Here are some highlights of the Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail.

41 Degrees South (Deloraine/Red Hills)

Only a 45 minute drive from Launceston, 41 Degrees South is an eco-certified inland salmon farm and ginseng nursery set along the Western Creek Rivulet.

Discover the salmon and ginseng farms with a self-guided walk, where you can also take part in fish feeding and make a journey down to the lower half of the Montana Falls.

Free tastings of salmon and ginseng products are also available in the gift shop and if you're feeling hungry tuck into the new salmon burger – the 41er – with some beer.

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm (Elizabeth Town)

Treat yourself to a country style breakfast at the Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm in Elizabeth Town!

Some top picks from the menu include sweet potato and potato hash brown waffles, the decadent, new raspberry chocolate french toast served with Meander Valley double cream and the Raspberry Farm taste plate.

Website Screen Shot - Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail

Salmon Patties with Ginseng available at Farmers Markets in Tasmania

The bush setting of 41° South Tasmania

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