Banjo’s is a successful Bakery Café franchise with close to 40 stores across Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, and still growing. Our delicious products are made by cooks who care about using the best ingredients. Our simple philosophy results in many loyal customers, many of whom make a visit to Banjo’s part of their daily routine. Our success is not just for our benefit. We have a strong community focus and are committed to giving back what we can in sponsorships and product donations to local community organisations. Banjo’s collectively gives away over two million dollars of product every year.
The Coal Valley Vineyard produces Reisling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Merlot wines. Wines of each variety have won gold medals at the Tasmanian Wines Show in recent years. The vineyard is open seven days a week for tastings, functions and lunches and specialises in menus that highlight Tasmania's seasonal produce. Wines can be supplied through mail order.
Daci and Daci Bakers is a European-style bakery/patisserie located in the heart of Hobart's waterfront.
Our Crunchy Granola has recently been awarded Gold in the 2014 RAST Fine Food Awards. Taking an artisan approach in the kitchen, our award winning recipe is the direct result of an uncompromising standard in the quality of ingredients, handmade small batches and a slow, low temperature baking process.
Rosemary & Terry Bennett, the proprietors of Home Hill, look down on the vineyard from their home, pinch themselves, and wonder how their relaxing hobby farm of six rows of vines has turned into an award winning vineyard that produces some of Australia’s top quality Pinot Noir.
Born out of our love of fine wines, liquors and delicious food as well as an interest in producing our own wine, we began investigating various potential sources to begin production of a crisp Grape wine to use as the base to our range of fruit liquors.
Cooking traditional Indian curries is an art, and it takes many years of experience to know how to mix spices together to produce an authentic tasting curry. Now all you need to do is use a paste from Island Curries to create a gourmet quality meal at home.
Lark Distillery was the first licensed distillery in Tasmania since 1839. It was established in 1992 to produce Australian malt whisky, rich in character with a big finish using the best Tasmanian ingredients. Lark Distillery is proudly a boutique Tasmanian owned distillery dedicated to maintaining its proven high quality malt whisky and other unique spirits.
Welcome to Lipscombe Larder – Tasmania’s best Delicatessen and Patisserie!
For over 20 years John and Rena Fiotakis have worked on the principle that great food, a great selection and great service are the elements of a succesful business. They seek out products that will fire your imagination, challenge your tastes and help you turn dinner into a gourmet delight.
Overeem is a boutique distillery located in Tasmania producing the premium, award-winning Overeem Single Malt Whisky. Overeem whisky is made from the finest ingredients Tasmania has to offer with barley to rival the finest in the world and water recognised as the cleanest.
Overeem Single Malt Whisky is available at specialist bars, restaurants and liquor stores throughout Australia, the Netherlands and the UK.
Oysters Tasmania is the peak body representing oyster and shellfish growers throughout Australia’s beautiful island state. The Tasmanian oyster industry is a vibrant and developing marine farming sector in Tasmania. The Tasmanian oyster industry currently provides direct employment for over 300 people, who produce around 4 million dozen oysters each year, with an estimated ‘farm gate’ value of $24 million.
Reid Fruits, an established producer and exporter of quality apples, is pioneering an Australian export industry based on new varieties of Japanese cherries. Growing trials have been successful and simulated export exercises indicate a bright future for the new industry.
Live wild freshwater eel exporters (Anguila australis and Anguila rheinhardtii) both species native to Tasmania sent directly by air to Mainland Australia and overseas markets predominately in Japan, South Korea and China. Suppliers of hot smoked eel.
The TOC is a Tasmanian sub-branch of the Australian Olive Association. We represent olive growers in all regions of the state, and are the sole Tasmanian olive industry association.
The Tasmanian Rock Lobster Fishermen’s Association is a not for profit organisation formed in 1985 to represent the interests of rock lobster fisherss
We produce cheese from the milk of our goats, who have been raised on our farm, Leap Farm, located in the idyllic hills of the lower east coast of Tasmania. Our priorities are happy, healthy animals, which makes our cheese taste better. We are commit
In 2013 a Tasmanian chardonnay was rated the best wine in its class in the world. A year later a Tasmanian single-malt whisky was judged the best single-malt in the world. These achievements – both at respected international events in London – reflect the quality of the ingredients and the passion of the people in beverage production in Tasmania.