THE North-West Coast region, home of the Devonport Cup, is the gateway to a gastronomical paradise that includes some of the most unique tourist attractions in Tasmania.
From one end of the coast to the other, this region offers spectacular views and scenery that includes stunning national parks and nature reserves along with coastal drives that are unmatched on the island state.
The unique Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail offers up scrumptious food offered by some of Tasmania’s finest producers in roadside stalls and farmhouse shops that sell a wide range of fare and the cellar doors deliver some of the best and most unique wines in the state.
Here are seven road trips that will quell the cravings of any pallet.
The North-West is home to the Tarkine, which is one of the world’s great wilderness experiences that boasts a cool, temperate rain forest, sand dunes and coastal heathland with strong links to the Aboriginal people.