The Taste of Tasmania will return in December with the biggest program in its 30-year history.

The food-focused festival will run from Friday 28 December until Thursday 3 January 2019, showcasing 100 per cent Tasmanian produce including seafood, cheese, beers, cool-climate wines and spirits.

There will be a number of events held throughout the festival including sausage-making with Agrarian Kitchen, a dinner with Luke Burgess and a native bush tucker education class.

There will be 112 stallholders at the event including Strawberry Avenue, Mures fish and chips and Beam Creek Vineyard.

Exotic and rare foods will also be on offer from Paradise Island who will dish up Carribean-inspired fare and palawa kipli, who will be serving aboriginal-inspired street food. Tassie Small Fruits will be showcasing unique fruits including golden raspberries and black currants and Lauds will be showcasing plant-based, dairy- and lactose-free cheeses.

There will be plenty of drinks options from Seven Sheds, Spirit People, Winsome Spirits and Tassie Can Bar.

The event will be held at Princes Wharf and entry is free.


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