Northern Tasmania was settled to develop agriculture, come on a food and wine experience of this lush region.
Clean air. Clean water. Fertile fields. Distinct seasons. Northern Tasmania boasts perfect growing conditions for farmers.
Visit 41 Degrees South Salmon and Ginseng Farm to sample some hot smoked salmon, as well as the therapeutic Ginseng herb. Freezing fruit and vegetables at -20 degrees evaporates all moisture, but retains vitamins, and we sample some at Forager Foods. Then onto the Melita Honey Farm where we can sample more than 50 different varieties/flavours of honey along with their own nougat.
And of course we need chocolate, so a visit to the House of Anvers which specialises in Belgium chocolate, fudges and truffles. At the Cherry Shed we get to sample cherry sauce, jam, relish, chutney, liqueurs and port. After lunch we visit Ghost Rock Vineyard for a wine tastings. The Spreyton Cider Company has a wonderful tasting room to showcase their varieties of apple cider. Cheese cheese cheese at Ashgrove Cheese Factory.
And finish off with a raspberry dessert at Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm.
Departing Launceston approximately 8. 30am
41 Degrees South Salmon & Ginseng Farm
Forager Foods (freeze dried fruit and vegetables)
Melita Honey Farm
Anvers House of Chocolate
Ghost Rock Vineyard
Spreyton Fresh Cider
Ashgrove Cheese Factory
Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm
Returning back into Launceston at 6. 00pm-ish
Please note that Melita Honey Farm does not open on Saturdays.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 9 hours 30 min.
Ford Transit mini-bus. A 12 seat vehicle, maximum passengers 10.
PA system for driver commentary.
Independently inspected by Transport Tasmania yearly for ensure safety and road worthiness.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
No cash is needed for this tour
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks