Tasmanian Whisky Tours

We have taken over 3,000 whisky enthusiasts to Tasmania’s southern distilleries. We take pride in giving you the opportunity to meet the distillers, get behind the scenes, taste spirit direct from the stills and sip whisky straight from the cask.

Join us for an amazing experience now @ $299per person

Book a Whisky Tour

Drink Tasmania’s FULL DAY WHISKY TOUR departs from Hobart and gives you the opportunity to visit 3 distilleries in a single day, to taste up to a dozen Tasmanian single malt whiskies and spirits, to meet the whisky makers and to go behind the scenes of the distillation process. You will be guided and driven through spectacular Tasmanian landscapes from the Coal Valley to the Southern Midlands to the Tasmanian Highlands. Choose a tour and visit different distilleries on different days of the week depending on availability. We will always ensure we create the best and most diverse experience available for our guests on any given day.

Tour Inclusions

  • Tea/coffee on arrival + breakfast whisky
  • visit 3 Tasmanian distilleries
  • Full tour and whisky tastings with distillery staff
  • 12+ spirit tastings, including tastings direct from the still and casks where available
  • Fresh seasonal Tasmanian produce lunch (included)
  • Meet the distillers / industry-led tour guide
  • Travel in air-conditioned van
  • Bottle purchases available on the day (special discounts often available)

We begin our day at Brooke Street Pier with introductions and a little history of Tasmanian whisky over tea/coffee, and a ‘breakfast’ whisky before heading out to our first distillery.

Our Premium Whisky Tours run on Tuesdays Fridays and Sundays


  • Brook Street Pier
  • Devil’s Distillery (Hobart Whisky)
  • Spring Bay Distillery (Cambridge)
  • Frogmore Creek Vineyard (Lunch & Tastings)
  • Killara Distillery
  • Lark Cellar Door


  • Brook Street Pier
  • Sullivans Cove Distillery
  • Old Kempton Distillery (Tastings & Lunch)
  • Belgrove Distillery
  • Lark Cellar Door


  • Brook St Pier
  • Lark Distillery
  • Old Kempton Distillery (Tastings & Lunch)
  • Shene Estate & Distillery
  • Lark Cellar Door

Please note, while this is our usual itinerary, the order may change slightly due to industry operations. Start times are fixed, however end of tour times can change slightly depending upon traffic and other factors. 

Tasmania’s renewed whisky industry is now over 25 years old with around 40 distilleries operating and producing spirits on the island. With demand for Tasmanian whisky far-outstripping available supply, 18 distilleries have so-far released aged whisky to the market and more are expected to be released with each passing year. With natural advantages of pure clean mountain water, cool climate conditions and fields of barley and peat, this boutique industry is now being heralded for creating some of the finest single malt whiskies being produced anywhere in the world today.

  • star rating  A wonderful day with a knowledgeable guide.
    Gin, stories, good company, laughter, great food and gin. What more could you ask for

  • star rating  I booked this half day tour for my husband who has an interest in Whiskey tours and went along to keep him company. I do not drink whiskey but this... read more

  • star rating  Well worth doing. Friendly tour staff and a great way to support heaps of businesses in one hit. Also... you get a sober bob!


It truly makes me proud to see the way our Whisky industry has grown since 1992 with so many distilleries all producing wonderful spirit and in such an environment of friendship and collegiality. This has certainly resulted in a huge increase in visitors and Whisky enthusiasts seeking to discover for themselves what all the excitement is about. We are so fortunate to be able to recommend Drink Tasmania to look after visitors to Tasmania on a journey of discovery. Brett has a passion and an in-depth understanding of our spirits and the distilleries like no other. The feedback from his guests is rewarding to hear and accordingly we welcome his guests with open arms. His tours are as much a part of the industry as the distilleries themselves.

Bill Lark, Godfather of Tasmanian whisky