Frequently Asked Questions

  • The Tasmanian Wine Festival is held at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.

    Entry to the event will be via the top main gate (Lower Domain Road). All other gates will be closed. No entry through lower gate (Domain Highway). There is strictly limited street parking available in the proximity of the Gardens. Guests can be dropped off at the top entrance to the Gardens, but please note that there is no standing.

    Seek alternative and sustainable options like - carpooling, public transport, taxi's, Uber, walk, ride or be piggy backed by your friend.

  • Friday Evening: 4pm - 10.30pm
    Saturday Afternoon: 12pm - 4pm
    Saturday Evening: 5pm - 9pm
    Sunday Afternoon 12 - 5pm

    Tickets are available here

  • Tickets to the Tasmanian Wine Festival are $29+booking fee if purchased prior to the event.

  • Tickets can be purchased through Oztix, and at select cellar doors in Tasmania.

  • No, tickets purchased from Oztix can be scanned from your phone.

  • • Access to Tasmania's best vineyards in one location
    • Heaps of local food options
    • Live music from great local bands & artists
    • Premium reuseable wine glass

  • Picnic Rugs, low line chairs, a hat, sunscreen, warm clothing for evenings, & ID for those over 18 who wish to purchase alcohol. There will be some long tables and chairs set up but we cannot guarantee seats for everyone, so please take advantage of the garden location and make sure to bring your rug

  • • Glassware
    • Alcohol
    • Animals
    • Dangerous goods or illegal substances
    • Food - We have a wide range of food options available at the event
    • We ask that you are patient upon entry while bag checks are undertaken

  • The Tasmanian Wine Festival meets all current regulatory requirements to ensure that this event is COVIDSafe. A COVID-19 Safety Plan has been implemented to ensure that the festival can proceed safely.

  • The Tasmanian Wine Festival is committed to making the festival accessible for everyone. Whilst we endeavour to be all inclusive there may be some areas of the botanical gardens that may not be fully accessible.

  • See our contact page for more how to reach us!