This region, from a food and wine perspective, is the south-east corner of the State, including Bruny Island. The south-west corner, by contrast, is a vast national park wilderness area. Hobart is the epicentre of the region where Farmers Markets are especially popular. Farm Gate Market downtown, Bellerive Boardwalk and MoMa Produce Market. Salamanca Markets also has produce stalls. The 8 day 'Taste Festival' (Dec) is a highlight. There is the 'Tasmanian Red Wine Weekend' (May) and 'The Southern Tasmanian White Wine Weekend' (Oct). The 'Tasmanian International Beerfest' comes to town in November, and don't miss 'Savour Tasmania' (May/June).
There are 114 producers in this Region
Southern Tasmania Producers and Trails
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Glenora Road, Plenty, 7140
Ashbolt Farm makes premium Elderberry, Elderflower and Olive Oil products at their farm in the Derwent Valley, which has been in the family since 1906. Ashbolt products are free of additives, artificial flavours, colourings and preservatives. The farm is committed to sustainable organic farming and only uses pristine highland water from the Derwent River.
1388 Tasman Highway , Cambridge, 7170
Barilla Bay was established in 1980 by the Forrest family who chose the location for it's pristine water quality and tidal movement. The addition of a processing shed in 1988, with health and export accreditation, enabled the company to process, split and pack shellfish. In 1992 their farm shop was opened allowing visitors to purchase oysters 'fresh out of the water'.
Bruny Island Berry Farm
550 Adventure Bay Road, Bruny Island, 7150
Bruny Island Berry Farm is a 12 hectare beachfront property at Adventure Bay on South Bruny Island run by the O'Keefe family. It offers either pick-your-own or ready-picked during the harvest season from October to April. There are over 7,000 strawberries planted comprising eight different varieties to provide an extended fruiting period.
Bruny Island Premium Wines
4391 Main Road, Lunawanna, Bruny Island, 7150
Bruny Island Premium Wines is a family owned and operated vineyard on beautiful Bruny Island. The vineyard was originally planted in 1997 and has now grown to two hectares with 2,000 vines. The family's connection with Bruny goes back to 1878 when their ancestors were one of Bruny's first settlers. A cellar door was opened in 2007, featuring timbers from the original vineyard site.
Bruny Island Smokehouse
360 Lennon Road, Bruny Island, 7150
Bruny Island Smokehouse is located in beautiful stone building just 3km from the ferry terminal, overlooking the stunning waters of Sykes Cove and Barnes Bay. All produce is smoked on site and served on the Smokehouse restaurant menu. Winner of seven medals at the 2011 Tasmanian Fine Food Awards.
3866 Channel Highway, Birchs Bay, 7162
Diemen Pepper is a grower of native pepper from an ancient bush which produces Tasmania's own indigenous herb, which evolved from the flora of Gondwanaland. The bush yields spicy and aromatic leaves and berries which are used in Diemen Pepper's pepperleaf and pepperberry products. The products can be purchased at Fleurtys Cafe on Five Bob Farm, which is the home of Diemen Pepper.
Domaine A Stoney Vineyard
105 Tea Tree Road, Campania, 7026
Established in 1973, the historic Stoney Vineyard is the oldest in Tasmania’s Coal River Valley. Just half an hour's drive from the city of Hobart, the 11ha single vineyard domaine is owned and operated by H. Peter and Ruth Althaus. Varieties grown include red grapes Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Pinot Noir and the white grape Sauvignon Blanc.
699 Richmond Road, Cambridge, 7170
The vineyard at Frogmore Creek was first established in 1988 resulting in a ten hectare area around the winery, which is kindly treated by the mild condtions resulting from it's close proximity to Barilla Bay. There is a larger 45 hectare vineyard at Campania. The winery is home to a stable of four brands...Frogmore Creek, Meadowbank, Storm Bay and Forty Two Degrees South.
Lease 204, 1652 Bruny Island Main Road, Great Bay, North Bruny Island, 7150
Get Shucked is owned and operated by Joe Bennett and commenced operation in 2004, and the lease is located right in the middle of Great Bay on Bruny Island. The farm cultivates the Pacific Oyster and produces over 150,000 dozen each year. Typically the Pacific Oyster can take from 18 months to 4 years to grow to a size fit to sell. Most, if not all oysters start life as a male and change to female later in life.
59 Devlyns Road, Birchs Bay, 7126
Grandvewe Cheeses is Tasmania's only Sheep Milk Cheesery and located in the fertile Huon Valley at Birchs Bay overlooking the stunning D'Entrecasteaux Channel. It is a family run business producing certified organic cheese from East Friesland sheep. Winner of Champion Cheese of the Show RAS Awards 2012, and voted one of six finalists out of 6,000 Fine Food Producers of Australia 2012.
70 Dillons Road, Gardeners bay, 7112
Hartzview, as the name would suggest, is a hillside vineyard looking across the Huon River to the Hartz Mountains. The three hectare vineyard was established in 1988 on the site of an old gooseberry farm. The owners, Robert and Anthea Patterson, produce varietal table wines, ports, liqueurs and mead.
Home Hill Wines
38 Nairn Street, Ranelagh, 7109
Home Hill, run by the Bennett family, has a vineyard, winery and restaurant. The restaurant is a stunning rammed earth structure with polished cement and local hardwood timbers. The vineyard was first established in 1994 and has a well deserved reputation for quality, especially the Kelly's Reserve Pinot Noir which has won many Trophies, as well as Best of Show Award.
Huon Aquaculture began life in the Huon area of Southern Tasmania as a diversification to a farming property owned by founders Peter and Frances Bender. This very successful privately owned company are salmon farming specialists, who produce 10,000 tonnes of fresh salmon per year. It is vertically integrated which ensures strict quality control from egg to plate. The company also has strong ethics about salmon farming with four guiding principles: Stress Free, Well Nourished, Clean & Healthy and Sustainable Practices.
14 Davey Street, Hobart, 7000
Lark is Tasmanian single malt whisky, proudly unique in character and style, crafted in small batches exclusively from pure Tasmanian ingredients, matured in small barrels, hand-bottled by whisky lovers in Tasmania for whisky lovers. The distillery is located at Mt Pleasant, near Richmond, in the Coal Valley and the cellar door is conveniently located on the Hobart waterfront.
655 Main Road, Berriedale, 7011
Moorilla offers a wine experience including MONA, cellar door, restaurant, and event spaces making it unparalleled as an experience of wine, food, scenery and culture in Australia. Three styles of wine showcase Tasmanian wine making and terroir.
Mountain View Meadery
Lenah Valley, 7008
Mountain View Meadery is one of the few dedicated meaderies in Australia, and all honey is exclusively from Tasmania. The meads are made from one type of carefully selected honey. The Prickly Box, or Bursaria Spinosa, mead is a consistent show medal winner. The 2011 Clover Mead won Best of Show against 99 entrants in the 2012 Australian Fruit Wine Show.
Nicholls Rivulet Organic Farm
1557 Nicholls Rivulet Road, Nicholls Rivulet, 7112
Nicholls Rivulet Organic Farm is an independent organic farm run by Deborah and Gerard and situated in the Huon Valley, about 3km from the village of Cygnet. The farm produces organic beef, pork and rhubarb. Visitors can buy organic and free range produce at an affordable price at the farm gate. The season runs from March to October. Deliveries are available to Hobart CBD workplace or home.
1848 Cygnet Coast Road, Cradoc, 7109
Panorama Vineyard was established in 1974 and is situated on the banks of the Huon River near Huonville, and the sheltered location has a microclimate with moderate summers, very high sunshine hours and mild winters. This is a hands-on family operation with hand pruning, hand picking and hand-made wines. The 12 hectare vineyard grows nine different varieties, with the Reserve Pinot Noir being their signature wine, which was selected by Qantas for their First Class wine list.
1431 Richmond Road, Richmond, 7025
Pooley Wines is a small, family-owned wine company producing premium Tasmanian wines from two vineyards in the Coal River Valley. Now a third generation winemaking family it is well known for it's high quality wines, so it came as no surprise when they won 2 Trophies and 18 medals at the 2011 Tasmanian Wine Show.
222 Denholms Road, Cambridge, 7170
Riversdale Estate produces single-vineyard wines from it's Coal River Valley family property. The vineyard is run on a holistic set of environmentally sustainable practices, and was established in 1991. The Estate is also home to Island Olive Grove which offers olives, extra virgin olive oil and other olive products.
Sorell Fruit Farm
174 Pawleena Road, Sorell, 7172
Sorell Fruit Farm is a pick-your-own fruit farm, where the cool climate gives extra flavour to the berry fruits and cherries, which are the farm's specialty. There are eight different types of berry which ripen from October to May. At different times during the warmer months there are other fruit and vegetables for picking, including Apricots, Pears, Nectarines, Peaches, Apples, Broad Beans and Sweet Corn.
Tas-Saff Saffron Farm
155 Dillons Hill Road, Glaziers Bay, 7109
Tas-Saff (Tasmanian Saffron) was started by Terry and Nicky Noonan in 1991 on three acres of land overlooking the sea at Glaziers Bay. It is now a thriving commercial saffron producer and has developed a network of fifty growers throughout Australia. Saffron is a spice derived from the dried stigma of the flower of the saffron crocus, and is widely used as a seasoning and colouring agent. You can visit Tass-Saff by appointment to discover the process of growing fine quality Tasmanian saffron. The product is widely available in retail stores.
The Honey Pot
2273 Huon Highway , Huonville, 7109
The Honey Pot is the honey trading business of Tasiliquid Gold Apiary owned by the Wright family, who have been keeping bees for over 25 years in apiary sites around Southern Tasmania. The 700 hives are taken to various floral sources including Lake Pedder, Bruny Island, Huon Valley and Derwent Valley. The extraction and packaging takes place at the family's Judbury facilities.
Two Metre Tall
2862 Lyell Highway, Hayes, 7140
Two Metre Tall describe themselves as fiercely independent Farmers and Fermenters, who exclusively produce Real Farmhouse Ale and Cider from grain and hops grown on the farm, or procured directly from local farmers in a whole unprocessed condition. The farm is a 600 hectare property in the Derwent Valley, and practises organic principles using no synthetic fertilizers or herbicides.
1238 Richmond Road, Richmond, 7025
Wicked Cheese is a boutique cheesemaker in Richmond, Tasmania headed by cheesemaker and owner Ashley McCoy, who has a wealth of experience making cheese in Europe and King Island. The milk for Wicked Cheese comes from grass fed cows, free of hormone growth promotants and chemical additives. A constant medal winner at State Royal Shows and Fine Food Awards. Winner of the Supreme Cheese Champion Trophy for it's Triple Cream Brie.
Willie Smiths Organic Cider
22 Lollara Road, Grove, 7109
Willie Smiths is the largest organic apple orchard in Australia, and was started as orchard back in 1888 by William Smith, and today is still run by his descendants. The cider has been inspired by the traditional French farmhouse style with hand picked apples, a secondary fermentation, and aged in French oak vats for up to six months.
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