Friday, 30 December 2016

Images of the Taste of Tasmania

There are still three days left to visit the Taste of Tasmania, the annual food and wine festival held on the Hobart waterfront.

The week-long festival aims to celebrate Tasmanian food, drinks, produce, arts, culture and music and coincides with the arrival of the yachts in the Rolex Sydney to Hobart race.

Families and children are catered for at the Family Fun Zone on Hobart's Parliament House Lawns, an alcohol-free area offering plenty of activities.

Daily programming includes a dedicated area for sporting activities and games, family outdoor board games, cooking classes for children, jumping castles and children's rides, various workshops, face painting, buskers, performers, and other family entertainment.

For adults, there are cooking classes, wine tastings and entertainment.

The Forecourt stage is the festival focal point for stage-based acts and busker performances throughout the day. 


Here are some photos  of what to expect: 











Tasmania's largest food and wine festival is free to enter and concludes on the evening of January 3. 


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