The only thing most people know about Tazmania is that it's inhabited by rabbit-eating spinning devil bellhops. But what most people don't know is that it's also abutted by a devilishly handsome island called Bruny, which is the size of Singapore, has a population of just 600, and now offers awesome, food-filled weekend walking tours. The more you know
The three day affair kicks off when you head to the island aboard the only kind of cat that likes water.
You'll arrive at Peppermint Bay, and be reminded that, despite the name, you're still technically in Australia, so most of the native species probably want to kill you.
Fight back by getting them first, thanks to a lesson in how to pull your own oysters from Great Bay. Given that they're free, sating yourself on them should save a few clams.
You'll sleep in a tent, but it's cool, because it has a king sized bed in it, plus a wooden floor. You'll also gorge on more local produce including cheeses, charcuterie, and more, all included.
Day two sees you head to the vineyard (the Southernmost in Aus) where you'll drink vino from local grower Convict Wines.
The grapes aren't all you can try -- soak up your vino w/ some local lamb
Day three starts with a trip into the rainforest, where you'll likely encounter species you have no idea how to properly interact with, like women
Head back to civilization on this seaplane named "The Beaver", presumably because of it's propensity for getting wet. Australians are a dirty bunch, mate
On the way, you'll get a birds-eye tour of the place, and when you get back there's yet more local booze to be had, though too much may turn you into a devil, or make you spin.