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Monday 25 December 2023

TrailGraze shows off some of Tasmania's gourmet roads less travelled

Tasmania's north-west can sometimes fly under the radar when it comes to gourmet experiences.

The annual TrailGraze festival, which puts a spotlight on some of the region's best offerings, aims to right that wrong and will be back in April 2024.

Presented by Tasmania’s Tasting Trail, the annual, weekend-long event celebrates the producers of north-west Tasmania and will return for the third year running from April 19-21.

Local produce includes fruits, nuts, cheese, meats, seafood, condiments and confectionery, wine, cider, craft beer and spirits.

The event this year features a one-off opening night dinner featuring TrailGraze ambassadors Palisa Anderson and Lilly Trewartha and drinks expert Mike Bennie.

“Our venues and producers have really upped the ante this year - there will be so much to eat, drink and experience along Tasmania's Tasting Trail,” says Tasting Trail chair Scott Dornahuf of Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm.

“Get your family and friends together and block out this weekend in April. You'll want to hit the road and enjoy as much as you possibly can.”

Local tourism operators are supporting the event

“TrailGraze is set to bring the north west region to life over this exciting event in April” says West by North West CEO Gabriella Conti.

“Our Tasting Trail producers have elevated their offerings to bring the essence of their produce directly to you, for an unforgettable weekend.”

To stay updated on the latest event information and announcements head to the TrailGraze website at

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