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Suggested Itineraries

Take a look at ‘The Gourmet Trail’ itinerary to discover the vast range of gourmet produce Tasmania has on offer. Or for those who want to explore the caves around Mole Creek and immerse themselves in the beautiful Tasmanian environment, ‘A Day in Mole Creek’ itinerary is a great place to start.

The Gourmet Trail

Tasmania is renowned for its world class produce.
The region has a wide range of gourmet goods, including honey, chocolate, raspberries, wine and cheese.

First stop is The Honey Farm in neighbouring Chudleigh, where you will find honey, honey bee products like propolis and royal jelly, and a large selection of lovely gift items and books, as well displays including a showcase of old beekeeping implements, an interactive beehive and a live bee exhibition hive. The ice-cream is delicious - try the blue gum!

Continue on towards Deloraine, then detour south along Montana Road and check out Three Willows Vineyard, Tasmanian Pure Smallgoods and 41 Degrees South Salmon Farm; sample the delicious products and pick up some supplies for later.

Return to Mole Creek Road and turn left then right into Bengeo Road (C163) which winds through pretty countryside and meets up with Bass Highway at Elizabeth Town; turn right onto the highway, then left to visit the Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Cafe for morning tea or lunch and buy fresh raspberries (in season) and raspberry products.

Take Bass Highway north and a few kilometres along on your left you will find Ashgrove Farm Cheeses, where you can sample the wide range of cheeses produced on the property, as well as other local Tasmanian delicacies.

Next stop is the House of Anvers Chocolate Factory, home to delicious handmade chocolates, truffles and fudge; here you can sample some of the sweet treats before deciding what to buy; there's afternoon tea available in the cafe and a fabulous array of cakes.

Then enjoy a leisurely drive back to Mole Creek for a relaxed evening meal, or picnic on the wonderful local delicacies you have picked up along the way.

For more information on things to do while in Mole Creek : Visit our Attractions + Activities page

A Day in Mole Creek

Discover the beautiful landscapes and diverse wildlife of Tasmania.
Marakoopa Caves are famed for their Glow Worms and are a huge hit with the young and not-so-young alike.

Head to Marakoopa or King Solomon’s Cave for a 3/4 hour tour of our pristine caves, presented by one of the passionate Parks + Wildlife Cave Rangers.

Drive another 20 minutes to Devil’s Gullet lookout and the flume at Lake MacKenzie.

Head back to Mole Creek for a light family lunch at the Mole Creek Cafe, Cafe Bozzey or Tiger Bar Restaurant at the Mole Creek Hotel.

Wychwood Garden and Nursery is a must see, one of only six Australian gardens featured in the book Gardens of the World.

Then you can visit Trowunna Wildlife Park (centre for research on the Tasmanian Devil), where admission includes guided tours featuring the feeding of Devils and other animals, or The Honey Farm at Chudleigh.

Follow this with a late afternoon walk to the Alum Cliffs lookout and enjoy the wonderful pastoral and natural scenic views of the area.

In summer you can enjoy a swim at the local pool.

Then a pleasant drink at the Mole Creek Hotel’s Tiger Bar followed by dinner.

For more information on things to do while in Mole Creek : Visit our Attractions + Activities page