It's time to eat your way around Australia!
As the seasons change, it provides a whole new opporunity to plan a holiday and check out the farm-to-table movements going on across the country.
Holiday rentals website Stayz has put together a list of the most unique Australian foodie experiences, including some unusual activities that are off the beaten track.
Here are the best places (and the best times) to visit, along with accomodation suggestions to make sure you get the most out of your vacation.
Apple picking in Bilpin, Blue Mountains
Known locally as 'Land of the Mountain Apple', experts say March is the best month to pick Royal Gala Apples.
Oyster tours in Coffin Bay, SA
The oysters are especially delicious in autumn due to the cooler water temperatures. Stay waterfront at Bay 10 when visiting Coffin Bay.
Truffle hunting in Manjimup, WA
This is one of the only places in the world to enjoy this rare experience - and it's only possible during winter. When visiting stay in the Clover Cottage for a cozy retreat.
Mango picking in Queensland
Spring marks the start of the mango season, so head along to one of Queensland’s organic farms for a tasting tour.
Fishing tours in Coles Bay, Tasmania
The perfect spring activity, you can savour freshly caught organic mussels and oysters, which are shucked right before your eyes! Afterwards, you can retreat to the Hazards Rim Beach House.
Wine making in the Barossa, SA
Summer is a beautiful time to visit the Barossa cellar doors if you want to see the leafy green vines and the canola blooms. Head back to the Bethany Reserve Cottage to enjoy more views of beautiful blooming flowers.