133-137 Brown Mountain Rd. 3 kms North of Campania. Apples, cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums.
Domaine A/Stoney Vineyard
105 Tea Tree Road, Campania 7026
Pooley Wines Cooinda Vale
Barton Vale Rd. Campania.
Roslyn Estate Vineyard (by appt. only)
White Kangaroo Rd, Campania.
288 North Yarlington Rd. Colebrook.
Orani vineyard and Fruit Farm
394 Arthur Highway (4kms from Sorell - on the way to Port Arthur). cherries, strawberries apricots and raspberries.
Sorell fruit farm
174 Pawleena Rd, Sorell. pick-your-own berries, cherries and more. cherries, Stonefruit.
1/14 Lamb Place, Cambridge
Frogmore Creek Winery
699 Richmond Road, Cambridge 7170
528 Richmond Road, Cambridge 7170
191 Richmond Rd. Cambridge
Coal Valley Vineyard
257 Richmond Rd. Cambridge.
Cnr Denholm & Richmond Rds. Cambridge.
Meadowbank Estate Vineyard & Restaurant
699 Richmond Rd. Cambridge.
Clemens Hill Vineyard (by appt. only)
686 Richmond Rd. Cambridge.
Island Olive Grove, Riversdale
222 Denholms Rd. Cambridge.
Barilla Bay Oyster Farm
1388 Tasman Hwy. Cambridge
Pages Creek Vineyard (by appt. only)
624 Middle Tea Tree Rd, Tea Tree.
Morningside Vineyard (by appt. only)
711 Middle Tea Tree Rd. Tea Tree.
Drew Wines (by appt. only)
23 Merrieworth Rd. Tea Tree.
Third Child Vineyard
(by appt. only) 63 Merrieworth Rd. Tea Tree.
Take a journey up the picturesque Derwent Valley and appreciate the diversity of this wonderful valley. From hops to sheep, vineyards to forests, to beautiful gardens and bountiful orchards. Browse through the antique shops in New Norfolk or enjoy the wilderness experience at Mt Field National Park. Whatever you do, don’t forget to grab some fresh seasonal cherries and berries.
2261 Lyell Hwy, Hayes, (120m along from The Apple Pip on Lyell Hwy)
Westerway Berry Farm
Westerway Town Centre, Westerway
1042 Lyell Highway, between Granton and New Norfolk on the Western side of the Derwent River.
329 Lyell Highway, Granton 7030
Stefano Lubiana Wines
60 Rowbottoms Road, Granton 7030
759 Glenora Road, Plenty
Huon Valley; Bruny Island
Taking in the the fruit growing district of the Huon River valley, Bruny Island and the vast expanse of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, the region incorporates busy towns and sleepy villages, serene boutique farms and roads that wind through a world of extensive and beautiful valleys and waterways.
The Channel district of Tasmania starts at the southern suburbs of Hobart and stretches down the picture-perfect Derwent River to the D’Entrecasteaux Channel. No trip to the Channel is complete without a visit to the world renowned Bruny Island with its diversity of wildlife and national parks, and an island steeped with history dating back to 1642. The Channel is well recognised for its local produce ranging from cheeses, fruits and meats which can be sampled at some of the state’s most iconic restaurants and cafes.