Ashgrove Cheese

The Ashgrove story began in the 1880s when James Bennett bought 100 acres of land surrounding where the Ashgrove Cheese Factory now stands in Elizabeth Town, Tasmania. The business continues to be run by the Bennett family and Ashgrove Cheese was established on the property in 1993. It is Australia's premier producer of award winning handcrafted Cheddar style cheeses.


  • Address:
    6173 Bass Highway
    Elizabeth Town, 7304
  • Phone:
    61363681105
  • Type:
    Food/Beverages
  • Produce:
    Dairy, Cheese & Eggs
  • Features:
    Have visit/buy premises, Have Online Store
  • Links:

Opening Hours

Daily...Oct-Apr: 7.30am to 6pm

Daily...May-Sep: 7.30am to 5pm


Trails passing through Ashgrove Cheese Stops

Deloraine-Latrobe Produce Loop

Here's a trail with some very different food and beverage producers. Seldom does a relatively small area have such a diversity of produce. The trail starts in Deloraine, up to Railton and further on to Latrobe, then back to Deloraine. Aside from admiring the scenery there is much to admire about the quality of produce from these five producers. Boutique craft beers, melomels and honey wines. Raspberry fruit, preserves, wine and liqueurs. Handmade chocolate. Fresh apple juice and cider, and a tempting range of cheddar style cheeses.

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Tasmanian Gourmet Cheese Trail

This trail takes you to some of the best cheese producers in Australia. For the cheese-lover this trail truly has an amazing variety for any palate...cow, goat, sheep...hard, soft, semi-hard...pasteurised, unpasteurised...and the impressive list just goes on. A specialty cream & butter producer is also included on the trail. Once you have picked up your favourite selections chances are that producer has an online store to replenish your home larder.

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Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail

Known for its unspoiled natural beauty, rich soil and friendly locals, Tasmania's North West combines stunning scenery with great produce and the ease and comfort of small town living. Roadside stalls and farmhouse shops sell vegetables and fruits, pies, cheeses and handcrafted chocolates, while cellar doors offer wines, beers and whisky from dedicated boutique wineries and distilleries.

The Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail is designed to help you discover the best artisanal producers this special region of Tasmania has to offer.

Whether you’re into sweet treats, fresh produce, fine wines or other delicious delights our trail will guide you to award winning produce, cellar doors, farm stalls and more.

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