41 South is an Eco-certified salmon and ginseng farm that, as well as using a wetland as a natural biological filter, implements sustainable growing practices with no impact on the environment.
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Barilla Bay established in 1979 is one of Tasmania’s leading suppliers of premium Pacific oysters to interstate and local markets.
A regional farmers market set in South Eastern Tasmania developed for local producers to sell fresh local food directly from the people who know it and grow it.
Gourmet Condiments made from fresh Tasmanian produce. Spray, chemical and additive free. We use Tasmanian organic whenever we can and you can taste the sweet difference. Try it for yourself!
We are the only Organic Sheep cheesery in Australia and have invented 5 new foods never seen before in the World. We are a farmhouse cheesery which means Grandvewe exemplifies the Farm to Fork experience.
We hand bake treats using only unrefined sugars in a 100% gluten free kitchen
Tasmania's First Potato Vodka. Potatoes that are grown on our own land.
Crafting traditional ginger beer in small batches in North West Tasmania
Honey Tasmania invites you to experience the delicious and fascinating world of honey, learn about the remarkable journey from flower source to jar and appreciate the wonder that is the honeybee.
McHenry Distillery is the southern-most whisky distillery in Australia.
Miellerie means “the house of honey” in French. Yves Ginat, a Frenchman now living in Tasmania has a love for bees, honey and Tasmanian native flora.
Small batch premium spirits producer situated in rural south-east Tasmania. The Nonesuch product range includes our signature rare Tasmanian Sloe Gin and our contemporary Dry Gin.
Rhuby Delights are a Tasmanian rhubarb treat, with a deep pink crunchy rhubarb centre, coated in quality dark chocolate.
Tamar Valley-based producer of international award winning spirits since 2006 with flagship brands Strait Vodka, Strait Dry Gin and Strait Tasmanian Sloe Gin.
Tas-SANG grows the valuable American ginseng roots (Panax quinquifolium) on its idyllic property on the Meander River floodplain, Deloraine.
From the ancient forests of Tasmania our Leatherwood honey is sought after by connoisseurs all over the world.