Get last minute tickets to the Great Eastern Wine Week

If you haven’t made plans for the start of Spring or Father’s Day, AND you’re a bit of a last-minute kind of person, visit the sunny East Coast of Tassie for the 2021 Great Eastern Wine Week.

Meet the winemakers, the growers, the producers, and the people behind the wine. It’s all about the people, the places, the natural beauty and the stories of the East Coast, as well as of course, enjoying our award-winning wines!

With just one week to go, there are still some amazing events that have tickets left for you. If you were lucky enough to score yourself one of Tasmania’s Travel Vouchers, most events are eligible for redemption.

Spring Vale Wines


First Weekend: Friday 3 – Sunday 5 September

(events still available)


Wines by the Bay, Freycinet Lodge


Weekday Events: Monday 6 – Thursday 9 September

(events still available)

The Wharf Bar & Kitchen Wine Dinner

Second Weekend: Friday 10 – Sunday 12 September

(events still available)

Hurly Burly Wines, Tent Tasting at Topeka


Why not combine an event with mountain biking in St Helens, exploring Freycinet Peninsula and Wineglass Bay or a visit to Maria Island to see their unique blonde wombats. There’s so much to do! For more information and the full program of events visit

The Farm Shed, Bicheno


The Great Eastern Wine Week is supported by the Tasmanian Government through Events Tasmania. This project 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.


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