There are plentiful of events happening in Tasmania every month. If you have troubles deciding which to go... Fret not, as we have picked out the one special event you certainly do not want to miss each month!
8–10 June 2018
MONA's winter festival delves into centuries-old winter solstice rituals, exploring the links between ancient and contemporary mythology, humans and nature, religious and secular traditions, darkness and light, and birth, death and renewal.
Huon Valley Mid-Winter Fest
13-15 July 2018
Willie Smith’s Apple Shed in the Huon Valley
The purpose of wassailing is to awake the cider apple trees and to scare away evil spirits to ensure a good harvest of fruit in the Autumn.
Tasmanian Whisky Week
Whole of Tasmania
Throughout the week distilleries will be opening their doors to host behind-the-scenes tours to meet the distillers in person, provide access to unreleased whiskies, and offer dining opportunities.
Great Eastern Wine Weekend
7-9 September 2018
East Coast Tasmania
Visit vineyards along the Great Eastern Drive, cruise with Wineglass Bay Cruises, enjoy ‘Bubbles and Bivalves’ at Devil’s Corner, and stay at Freycinet Lodge for 'Meet the Maker' and the ‘Great Eastern Wine and Dine’ gala dinner.
Bloomin’ Tulips Festival
10 October 2018 (Free entry)
Wynyard (Northwest Coast of Tasmania)
The event celebrates the spring flowering of the tulips at Van Diemen Quality Bulb Farm on Table Cape.
24-25 November 2018
A selection of farmers and producers open their gates giving you the chance to go behind the scenes on the farm, meet the people who grow and make your food, and hear their stories.
The Taste of Tasmania
28 December 2018 to 3 January 2019
The Princes Wharf No.1 Shed lined with stalls from Tasmanian restaurants and producers, selling the likes of fresh seafood, berries, cheese, craft beer, wine and cider.
Content by: Discover Tasmania