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Wednesday 30 March 2022

Meet the latest gourmet festival in Tasmania

A new festival will showcase the diversity of Tasmania's north west, putting the spotlight on premium produce and the personalities behind it!

Set to take place on April 23-24, TrailGraze is the brainchild of the Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail, the organisation behind the self-guided touring experience in Tasmania’s north and north west.

The TrailGraze event weekend will see over 20 local producers will showcase recipes supplied by chefs, encouraging people to 'graze the trail' and discover the beauty of north west Tasmania along the way.
This project has received grant funding from the Australian Government under the Recovery for Regional Tourism program, an initiative of the $1 billion Covid-19 Relief and Recovery Fund.

Producers range from Ghost Rock Wines to House of Anvers chocolates, from Hazelbrae nuts to Seven Sheds brewery, and Christmas Hills raspberry farm to Hursey Seafoods.

Among the chefs who have visited the region and have provided recipes are: Alex Prichard from Icebergs in Sydney, local star Analiese Gregory, Clayton Wells from Automata in Sydney, Craig Will from Stillwater in Launceston, Kobi Ruzicka from Dier Makr in Hobart and Massimo Mele from Grain of the Silos and Peppina.

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