Plan Your Visit

Wondering how to get to Josef Chromy or planning to make a (long) weekend of it?

Our Location

We’re located in the Tamar Valley wine region of Northern Tasmania at 370 Relbia Road, Relbia. Just 10 minutes by car from the Launceston Airport and CBD.

Wondering how to get to Josef Chromy or planning to make a (long) weekend of it?

We’ve put together a list of the best transport, accommodation and local spots to take the guesswork out of planning your visit.

 

Transport

Accommodation

  • Hotel Verge Launceston Experience a new level of sophistication at this new industrial luxe hotel.
  • Peppers Silo Hotel Launceston Boasting extensive views across Seaport, Royal Park, Tamar River Basin and Cataract Gorge, you’ll be captivated by this luxurious hotel.
  • Mercure Launceston Located in the heart of Launceston, Mercure Launceston overlooks historic City Park, with extended views across the North Esk River.
  • Country Club Tasmania a beautiful lakeside resort with on-site bars, restaurants, a casino and golf course.
  • Relbia Lodge This stunning, lakeside self-contained property is right next to our winery and cellar door

Visit Our Friends

  • Country Club Tasmania’s  championship golf course is recognised as one of Tasmania’s finest links. Please note, this course is undergoing exciting redevelopments and is currently offering 9 holes only.
  • If adventure and mountain biking are your thing, the nearby town of Derby is a keen mountain biker’s paradise, with a network of world-class single-track trails, service support and great food.
  • Wallaby Walkabout Tours host exceptional guided walking tours throughout Launceston and Cataract Gorge. Led by a Tasmanian Aboriginal historian and knowledge sharer, Wallaby Walkabout Tours also offer menganna labberie education and cultural awareness experiences.
  • Havilah, one of our favourite boutique wine bars in the city.
  • Expand your wine journey by travelling along the Tamar Valley Wine Trail, with added bonuses of farm fresh produce, distilleries, cooking schools and dining experiences that make this part of Tasmania irresistible to lovers of great food and distinctive drinks.