6 Great Things to Do in the Tamar Valley

There’s a lot you can do in the Tamar Valley. In fact, you’ll be spoiled for choice when you visit this place. The natural beauty of this area is stunning. If you prefer the great outdoors far away from dry land, the Tamar Valley’s three rivers create a host of cool escapades you can enjoy.

Discover what you can explore when you come for your next adventure.

1. Try Tamar Valley Wines

If you like wine, the Tamar Valley is the best place to visit. The Tamar Valley region boasts the cleanest and most carbon-friendly category of wines.

Many internationally recognized and award-winning cellars and wineries are right here waiting for you. If you consider yourself a connoisseur of wines, you can’t miss out on this opportunity to visit a top spot for vino.

2. Visit the Lavender House

We all know perfumes smell good, but have you watched how they are manufactured? If not, you can visit the Lavender House and observe the manufacturing process through the glass. You’ll feel the aroma and see the over 70 different lavender species used in making perfumes.

In the end, you’ll get an opportunity to sample the perfumes and their additional products, including:

    • Body-care products

    • Toiletries

    • Natural remedies

    • Soaps

3. Enjoy the Tamar Valley Outdoors

Why should you drive when you can bike or walk around the Tamar Valley and enjoy what nature offers? For example, the Island Wetlands of Tamar are teeming with islands and bird life, and you can spend a whole day watching them. With so many walks to enjoy here, you’ll never want to go back to your hotel room.

4. Fishing in the Valley

The valley has the longest navigable estuary in Australia, making it an excellent spot for fishing in the country. If you’re a fishing enthusiast, you may have just found your paradise.

Depending on the season, you can hook into Australian salmon, mackerel, tailor, or kingfish. The estuary is also home to other fish species like whiting, flathead, and big snapper.

5. Food

We raved about the islands’ wines, but if you’re not pairing them with the local food, you’re missing out.

The Tamar Valley has over 60 food operators, including farm producers, wholesalers, and gourmet outlets. Many resale shops in this valley offer all types of food you can think of. To make life more comfortable, you’ll find cellar doors, restaurants, hotels, cafes, and bakeries, all offering the best products of Tamar.

If you like combining food and wine, you can visit the many joints in the Tamar Valley that sell both.

6. Tamar Beaches

Tasmania is home to some of the most gorgeous beaches you’ll see in your lifetime, and they’re not to be missed.

These beaches have all the features you might want for your day out by the water. For example, the pebble-styled Gravelly Beach in Tamar Valley has water closets, picnic areas, shops, and even fishing pontoons.

And with its cooler beaches, you won’t feel like you’re burning to a crisp!

See the Tamar Valley for Yourself!

The above list is by no means exhaustive. There are many other things you can enjoy in the Tamar Valley, and they’re just waiting for you. Once you make your first trip, you’ll feel like visiting the valley over and over again because the first visit will never be enough.

From the incredible wines to the pristine beaches and all the yummy meals you’ll have along the way, the Tamar Valley has something for everyone. So whether you go for the incredible fishing or just the lovely strolls in nature, you’ll find something you can’t ever forget.

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