Producer Experiences

Hazelbrae Hazelnuts

Discover Address: 127 Hagley Station Lane, Hagley 7292 Opening Hours: 10am - 4pm Phone: 0482 945 547 What's On:

Take the Tour de Harvest with Hazelbrae’s farmer! Try fresh hazelnuts from the ground and compare them to last season’s crop, take a seat on the harvester, and be guided through the hazelnut harvesting process from field to packing shed. Tour includes a tasting experience and goodie bag to take home.

Hazelbrae will also be offering free tastings, pick-your-own nuts and self-guided tours for $10 per person.


Set amid one of Australia’s largest hazelnut orchards, under the magnificent Great Western Tiers, Hazelbrae will alight your tastebuds with the delights of freshly cracked hazelnuts in all their forms.

Take a tour with the farmers and experience their passion, direct from the source. Explore the expansive rose gardens, enjoy the treasure hunts in the orchard, or simply enjoy the view from the deck and lawns. Café specialties include hazelnut ice-cream, hazelnut cappuccino and the Tiers Tasting Plate, filled with delicious produce from Northern Tasmania.

Little Green Men Brewing

Discover Address: 80 Emu Bay Road, Deloraine 7304 Opening Hours: 11am - late Phone: (03) 6362 2016 What's On:

Owner and Head Brewer Tom Green will take you through a guided tasting of five of Little Green Men Brewing’s very best brews, each with their own unique flavour and serving styles.
From British styles served from a traditional hand pump, French Saison conditioned in the cellar for over 12 months, to modern fruited kettle sours, this guided tasting will give you an interesting insight into how these beers are made and why they are all served differently.
Tastings are at 3:30pm Saturday and Sunday for $20 per person.


Situated in crafty Deloraine, Little Green Men Brewing brew both contemporary and traditional style beers.

From their location in the family-owned and operated The British Hotel, Little Green Men also offer counter meals seven days a week.

The Truffle Farm

Discover Address: 844 Mole Creek Road, Deloraine 7304 Opening Hours: 9am - 4pm Phone: 0437 849 283 What's On:

Come and join the hunt at the home of Australia’s first black truffle.
Take a tour to learn the history of truffles from the pioneering family and dig up some magic of your own.

The Truffle Farm Tasting Room will be open for special TrailGraze tastings of fresh truffle and their delicious truffle infused products from 10AM to 4PM.


Visit The Truffle Farm, where the first truffle in Australia was grown and unearthed.

Explore and learn the history of truffle farming with a guided truffle tour and truffle hunting experience (bookings essential). Experience the truffle dogs at work while the aromatic truffles are lifted from the fertile soil by hand. Enjoy a simple tasting of truffle products and some fresh truffle. Better yet, stay for lunch and enjoy a platter-style lunch board with Tasmanian produce and wine to complement the truffle selection.

41° South Tasmania & Georgie’s Café

Discover Address: 323 Montana Road, Deloraine 7304 Opening Hours: 10am - 4pm Phone: (03) 6362 4130 What's On:

Take a guided tour of the inland salmon farm and wetlands with owner Ziggy, and learn how an inland salmon farm can work with no negative impact. Then enjoy a tasting of 41° South products, including hot-smoked salmon, rillettes, and ginseng spice mix.
Tours start at 11:00AM on Saturday and Sunday for $20 per person.


A family-owned and run business focused on ecologically sustainable aquaculture, 41° South Tasmania grows salmon in natural conditions, using environmentally sustainable practices.

As a pioneer of commercial ginseng farming in Tasmania, 41° South also showcases its own ginseng.

Take a self-guided walking tour of the farm where you will see how the fish are raised and the water re-circulated through the natural bio-filter system. Explore the banks of the Western Rivulet with its diverse array of vegetation from woodland to wetland grasses, and encounter the resident wildlife.

Visit Georgie’s Café for lunch or try a sample plate of 41° South hot-smoked salmon products. Browse the gift shop and deli for products to take home or to enjoy on your travels including hot smoked salmon portions, salmon rillettes spread, ginseng spice mix seasoning, spicy sauce and more.

Wandering Trout – Mole Creek Brewery

Discover Address: 100 Pioneer Road, Mole Creek 7304 Opening Hours: 12pm - 9pm Phone: (03) 6388 9252 What's On:

Saturday ONLY

Wandering Trout will be serving their usual rolling menu serving from 12pm until 6pm with excellent brews to match.

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Wandering Trout is an off-grid brewery, established in 2016. The taphouse in Mole Creek features a full range of beers on tap and a snack plate menu that is locally sourced & made in-house, with authentic global flavours.

With products from other local small producers across Tasmania, everything sold is made in Tasmania. Stay upstairs for the full booze and foodie experience after a day of Tassie adventures!

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Cafe

Discover Address: 9 Christmas Hills Road, Elizabeth Town 7304 Opening Hours: 7am - 5pm Phone: (03) 6362 2186 What's On:

Visit Christmas Hills for a special dessert selection of their house favourites – raspberry and white chocolate cheesecake, lemon curd tartlets and chocolate raspberry blondies.

Stop by the gift shop to pick up fresh berries, preserves and sauces to take a piece of the trail home with you.
They’ll also have some fun lawn games to keep everyone entertained!


Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Café at Elizabeth Town is a 30-minute drive from Devonport or a 45-minute drive from Launceston.

Whether it’s a three-course meal, a glass of Tasmanian wine, a hot breakfast or a takeaway raspberry ice cream, the talented team at the Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Café use the freshest local ingredients to produce mouth-watering seasonal fare. In winter, sit by the fire overlooking the beautiful lakeside setting, or enjoy the space of the Garden Room which features an open roof during the warmer months.

The café offers complimentary tastings and a sample of their signature hand-dipped chocolate-coated raspberries. Fresh berries are sold when in-season and frozen berries are available in the off-season, along with many other berry-inspired products year-round.

After your meal, take a stroll along the lakeside boardwalk for a glimpse of the native wildlife and the raspberry farm itself. There is also a play area and children’s activities to keep the young ones entertained for hours.

Van Diemens Land Creamery

Discover Address: 10 Christmas Hills Road, Elizabeth Town 7304 Opening Hours: 11am - 5pm Phone: (03) 6362 4200 What's On:

Stop by to pick up the perfect take-home dessert kit designed by TrailGraze Ambassador Sabina Newton.
Dessert kit includes chocolate malt biscuits, chocolate and hazelnut ice cream and crushed hazelnuts to whip up your own creations after a wonderful day on the trail.

Van Diemens Land Creamery will be serving their award-winning ice creams, highlighting incredible produce from TrailGraze producers, all weekend.
No booking required.


Established in 2005, Van Diemens Land Creamery was created by a Tasmanian dairy farming family in an endeavour to add value to their milk. Using milk from their farm, Jan and Paul began creating some of the freshest ice cream available, with some batches going from cow to consumer in less than 24 hours.

Today, Paul and Jan have moved their focus from farming to creating artisan ice cream and gelato using as little additives and preservatives as possible, while maintaining the amazing texture and consistency of smooth, creamy ice cream.

With over 50 flavours, VDLC proudly use local produce to ensure their ice cream is as Tasmanian as possible – from local berries and leatherwood honey to Tasmanian peanut butter, olive oil and pepperberries.

Ashgrove Dairy Door

Discover Address: 6173 Bass Highway, Elizabeth Town 7304 Opening Hours: 8.30am - 5pm Phone: (03) 6368 1105 What's On:

This is a special opportunity to explore the world of Ashgrove Cheese with an intimate tasting experience with expert cheese-maker, Richard Bennett.

Learn and be inspired by the incredible diversity of styles, aromas, flavours, textures, and colours in the Ashgrove Cheese range. Masterclass includes a glass of wine.

Masterclass is on Saturday 22nd ONLY.
Sessions run on the hour, every hour from 10AM-3PM FOR $40 per person.
Maximum 6 people in each class.

Book directly with Ashgrove Cheese for the TrailGraze Masterclass on (03) 6708 1022 or [email protected]


Tasmania’s most indulgent cheese experience, Ashgrove Dairy Door is conveniently located on the tourist route between Launceston and Devonport, and has something for every cheese lover.

Enjoy breakfast or lunch with a delicious pasture-to-plate menu, including a choice of five deluxe cheese toasties. Go all out with truffle fondue, a High Cheese (like high tea for cheese fanciers) or a Cheesy Flight (like beer tasting without the fuzzy head). Treat the kids to freshly made gelato.

If you’re interested in how cheese is made, watch the cheesemakers in action from start to finish behind glass panels or learn about Ashgrove’s unique philosophy in the interpretation centre.

If you’re simply craving pure Tasmanian air, head outside to meet the happiest cows in the world. Be sure to stock up on gourmet provisions like award-winning milk, specialty cheeses, fancy snacks and tasty Tasmanian produce, or grab a gift for a loved one who enjoys cheese as much as you do.

The Ashgrove Dairy Door is located 25 minutes east of Devonport and 40 minutes west of Launceston with easy access and plenty of parking.

The Truffledore

Discover Address: 15 Reeves Road, Lower Barrington 7306 Opening Hours: 10am - 4pm Phone: (03) 6492 3353 What's On:

Ina and Timo invite you to a special, deluxe version of The Truffledore’s usual tasting menu. Learn about how truffles are grown and harvested, pick up tips on how to use them at home, and indulge in three small dishes featuring The Truffledore’s own truffle products.
The Tasting starts at 11:30am, 1:00pm and 2:30pm Saturday and Sunday for $95 per person.

The Truffledore will also be giving you the chance you meet their very talented and very charming truffle dogs and learn about how they are trained to find truffles. Tours run at 10AM both Saturday and Sunday for $45 per person.


Offering a little slice of truffle heaven, The Truffledore is a boutique truffle farm located only a short drive from Devonport’s Spirit of Tasmania terminal and airport.

The Truffeldore offers black winter truffle and truffle products, tastings, a range of farm-to-table food experiences, tours and events, as well as farm stay accommodation.

Nestled within the foothills of Tasmania’s iconic Cradle Mountain. It is a must see farm experience. Please check out their website to see what’s on and their full range of experiences and tours available.

Prickly Mo Wines

Discover Address: 62 Lakeside Road, Eugenana 7310 Opening Hours: 12pm - 5pm Phone: 0430 315 705 What's On:

Visit Prickly Mo for some easy tunes overlooking the vineyards.


Prickly Mo is a cellar door located in Eugenana, about 15 minutes out of Devonport. Situated in prime cool climate wine country, generous tasting plates featuring delicious local produce are the ideal accompaniment to the variety of wines on offer.

With a toasty wood heater for the winter months and outdoor entertainment areas for when things start to heat up, Prickly Mo is your all year round must-visit spot.

The property is home to a 120-year-old barn and a rustic shearing shed that overlooks the vines. The perfect live music venue, Prickly Mo hosts acoustic artists and food vans regularly, serving as a local gathering place for friends and family alike.

Seven Sheds Brewery

Discover Address: 22 Crockers Street, Railton 7305 Opening Hours: 11am - 5pm Phone: (03) 6496 1139 What's On:

Stop by to sample dishes created by 2023 TrailGraze Ambassadors perfectly matched with brews by Seven Sheds!
Catherine and Willie will be recreating TrailGraze Ambassador Sabina Newton’s recipe for charred corn with Hazelbrae hazelnuts and La Cantara cheese and TrailGraze Ambassador Palisa Anderson’s upside-down apple and hazelnut butter cake.
A ticket for $33 per person gets you a serve of each dish with a matching beer!

Book HERE for Saturday

Book HERE for Sunday

If beer isn’t your thing, Seven Sheds also have delicious mead and non alcoholic drinks available! Sit back and enjoy live music from 12PM-4PM all weekend.


Good beer is best enjoyed in the sunshine, over a yarn, with a background chorus of birdsong… just what’s on offer at Seven Sheds Brewery.

Be greeted at the cellar door by the owners or one of their team – all locals who can help out with touring options. Often you’ll meet the unofficial brand ambassador – Sooty the brewery cat.

Soak up the sun on the deck overlooking the hop garden, or take advantage of the undercover picnic tables and blazing fire-pits on chilly winter afternoons.

Navigate a tasting paddle or order a glass of your latest favourite ale. Share some travelling tales with your beer buddies, even if you’ve just met them. Then grab some takeaway brews to match your evening dining plans, or send a mixed pack home for a taste of the north-west wherever you might be.

Leaping Goat Coffee

Discover Address: 2 Ferguson Drive, Quoiba 7310 Opening Hours: 8am–1pm Phone: 0499 555 177 What's On:

Go behind the scenes with the beans, with a coffee-roasting workshop. Led by owner Gavin and Leaping Goat’s Head Roaster, you’ll discover the process from green bean to perfect espresso shot, while sipping your way through a coffee tasting paddle. The workshop also includes a 500g bag of Leaping Goat Coffee, so you can perfect the taste of north-west Tassie from the comfort of your home.
Tours are $85 per person.

Leaping Goat will be open for coffees 8am-1pm Saturday and Sunday.


Located in a funky warehouse just seven minutes from Devonport’s Spirit of Tasmania terminal, Leaping Goat Coffee produces premium blends and single origins from their micro-roastery and coffee bar.

With a small team that combines over 20 years in the coffee industry, the bar has been set high for consistent results every time. Drop in to check out what’s roasting.

Spreyton Cider

Discover Address: Cnr Sheffield & Melrose Roads, Spreyton 7310 Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm Phone: (03) 6427 3664 What's On:

Join cidermaker Damien for a guided tour and tasting of Spreyton’s  incredible range of Tasmanian apple and pear ciders, grown right outside the cellar door.

Or simply choose your favourite cider from their range, settle in and enjoy some live music all weekend.


Operating since 1908, all Spreyton ciders are made from 100% Tasmanian apples and pears, with the majority grown on the family’s own orchards. Spreyton’s range of ciders are classic examples of the cider maker’s art.

Spreyton Cider Co. is the latest venture from Spreyton Fresh, makers of award-winning fresh apple juice since 1998.

Opened in 2012, the cidery and cellar door is located 10 minutes from Devonport, and offers tastings of the Spreyton alcoholic and non-alcoholic range. An on-site food van offers café-style meals, with a kids playground and plenty of space to stretch your legs.

Anvers Chocolate Factory

Discover Address: 9025 Bass Highway, Latrobe 7307 Opening Hours: 7am - 5pm Phone: (03) 6426 2958 What's On:

Get your TrailGraze Weekend off to an indulgent start.  Brunch includes a selection of sweet and savoury pastries, cheese and – of course – an assortment of chocolates. Accompanied by a glass of Ghost Rock Catherine sparkling wine and a hot beverage of your choice.
This special brunch is exclusive to the TrailGraze weekend.
Priced at $48 per person, bookings are essential.

Book directly with Anvers for the Chocolate and Sparkling TrailGraze Brunch on (03) 6426 2958


Anvers Chocolate Factory in Latrobe is a chocolate lover’s heaven. Chocolate truffles, chocolate oranges, fudge and pralines are hand-made using fresh Tasmanian cream and butter, single origin chocolate, fruits, nuts and liqueurs.

Igor Van Gerwen, owner and head chocolatier, acquired his know-how from his native Belgium. Samples are available to tempt you in the tasting centre and shop.

Viewing windows allow you behind-the-scenes insight into the action: confectioners tempering, moulding and enrobing fine chocolates, truffles, pralines, fudge and more.

With its open fire and stained glass windows, the Anvers café specialises in chocolates, hot cocoa in many flavours, and chocolate desserts. Belgian-style breakfasts and hearty Tasmanian lunches, as well as morning and afternoon teas are also on offer.

Eastford Creek Vineyard

Discover Address: 269 Chapel Road, Sassafras 7307 Opening Hours: 11am - 5pm Phone: 0455 500 344 What's On:

Join winemaker Andrew Gaman for a tour of the winemaking facility, including a gourmet Tasmanian platter lunch and a tasting of the whole range of Eastford Creek wines, as well as a few special samples of bottles not available at the cellar door.
Book HERE for Saturday

Book HERE for Sunday

Take a tour of the vineyard with owner Rob Nichols, and experience the magic of harvest, tasting a grape or two along the way. A gourmet Tasmanian platter, wine tastings and sips of those special samples you won’t find anywhere else are also included.
Book HERE for Saturday

Book HERE for Sunday

Or, pack a picnic blanket to make the most of live music both afternoons, alongside special picnic boxes filled with produce from the Tasting Trail.


Eastford Creek Vineyard is a family-owned and -run vineyard located two kilometres off the highway in Sassafras, just a five-minute drive from Latrobe.

Producing premium-quality cool climate wines including Sparkling, Pinot Gris, Rosé, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, Eastford Creek Vineyard undertakes the whole process from vine to bottle on-site.

Visit for a tasting or sit for a while in the beautifully restored cellar door or landscaped gardens overlooking the vines. Enjoy a superb Tasmanian platter paired with an Eastford Creek wine, local beer or coffee.

Cabbage Tree Hill Wines

Discover Address: 104 Greens Beach Road, Beaconsfield 7270 Opening Hours: 11am - 5pm Phone: 0407705095 What's On:

Visit Cabbage Tree Hill for a guided tasting flight of their premium wines, expertly paired with locally-produced cheese and chocolates.


Situated in the beautiful historic town of Beaconsfield, Cabbage Tree Hill Wines is a small boutique vineyard with a purpose-built cellar door open for tastings and bottle sales.

Premium tastings include seven wines professionally paired with locally-sourced morsels of cheese or chocolate.

Ghost Rock Wines

Discover Address: 1055 Port Sorell Road, Northdown 7307 Opening Hours: 11am - 5pm Phone: (03) 6428 4005 What's On:

Come behind the scenes whilst Ghost Rock are in the midst of harvest and see first-hand the process of fruit picking, how it’s treated in the winery and how the wine is made.
You’ll see the process, but you’ll also get to basket press and foot stomp your very own wine to keep.  The winemaking team will finish off the wine for you after the juice has been pressed off and send it to you post-vintage. After getting your hands (and feet) dirty, you’ll finish with a wine tasting – from the fruit on the vine, to grape juice, to unfinished, to finished wine.
This incredible two-hour-experience is running at 10AM on Saturday 22nd ONLY.

Ghost Rock Cellar Door and Eatery will also be open for tastings, sales and lunch all TrailGraze Weekend.
View opening hours, menus and reserve HERE


A five-star rated winery, Ghost Rock wines are available for tastings and sales at their cellar door and eatery just 10 minutes from Devonport’s Spirit of Tasmania terminal.

The cellar door and eatery is an idyllic spot to relax and unwind, with stunning views over the vines, rolling countryside and Bass Strait. The winery is a family-friendly venue, with lawns to roll out a picnic blanket or simply let the kids run free. The eatery provides light lunches and grazing boards featuring local artisan produce.

Live music, winery tours, personalised wine tastings with the winemaker and degustation dinners also feature regularly.

Island State Brewing

Discover Address: 17 Oldaker Street, Devonport 7310 Opening Hours: 1pm - 10pm Phone: 0438 698 969 What's On:

Take a tour of Devonport’s only brewery as it prepares to celebrate its first birthday! Hear about the beer-making process from Island State’s brewer, and enjoy a sneaky taste right out of the tank. Following the tour, settle in for a guided tasting of six of Island State’s favourite brews.


Sit amongst the towering stainless steel of Devonport’s only brewery, or grab one of the many beers on offer and head out to the undercover, heated beer garden.

Freshly made on the premises, Island State Brewing takes pride in their carefully crafted ales and lagers. Your tastebuds will appreciate their efforts!

Island State Brewing – The Pier

Discover Address: 3 Wharf Road, Ulverstone 7315 Opening Hours: 12pm - 10pm Phone: 0438 698 969 What's On:


After a long day on the trail, relax into a five-course degustation, designed by Chef John McKnight and his team. Matched with either Island State Brewing’s finest brews or delicious local wines, this dinner is a celebration of local flavours.


Island State Brewing have recently opened their modern take on a European Bier Hall in Ulverstone.

Enjoy a huge variety of freshly brewed beers whilst taking in the view of the Dial Ranges, where the Leven River meets Bass Strait.

Penguin Beer Co.

Discover Address: 85 Main Road, Penguin 7316 Opening Hours: 12pm - 9.30pm Phone: 0438 698 969 What's On:

Stop by this idyllic waterfront location for a guided tasting through six of Penguin Beer Co.’s finest beers.

Or simply drop in for some of the best burgers in the north-west!


A tap house and diner overlooking the beautiful beach of Penguin, Penguin Beer Co. offers its locally-brewed beers alongside a dine-in lunch and dinner menu.

Relax and experience a tasting paddle of their signature brews, with regular live music, events and entertainment.

Mount Gnomon Farm

Discover Address: 886 Ironcliffe Road, Penguin 7316 Opening Hours: 9am - 5pm Phone: 0448 067 779 What's On:


Visit Mount Gnomon on Saturday as they recreate TrailGraze Ambassador Palisa Anderson’s recipe for smokey glazed pork belly using pork raised at the farm followed by a farm tour and cider tasting.
Tickets are $50 per person.

Join Mount Gnomon for a long-table three-course feast to celebrate the Autumn harvest. With spectacular views to the mountain, great company and fabulous food, this is a long lunch for all the senses.
Lunch is $75 per person on SUNDAY 23rd from 12PM-4PM.


Mount Gnomon Farm rests against the Dial Range, a tract of wilderness that stretches from Penguin to Cradle Mountain. A beautiful farm experience for all the senses, Mount Gnomon invites you to wander the gardens before making yourself at home in front of a French fire in the rustic farm barn.

Taste a cider handcrafted from the heritage apple orchard and enjoy something delicious produced from the garden and farm. From Wednesday-Friday, assemble your own platter or picnic from the range of homemade free-range charcuterie, pickled garden vegetables and local cheese. On the weekend, enjoy a full lunch service.

Hellyers Road Distillery

Discover Address: 153 Old Surrey Road, Burnie 7320 Opening Hours: 10am - 4.30pm Phone: (03) 6433 0015 What's On:

Start your day right with whisky and date scones paired with an adults only hot chocolate featuring salt caramel whisky cream liqueur.
High Tea is $19.90 per person.
Available from 10AM-12PM only.

Don’t miss this opportunity for a behind-the-scenes distillery tour and tasting of their 19-year-old whisky. Followed by a regional tasting plate.
Tours are $65 per person, start at 2:00pm on Saturday and Sunday and run for approximately 90 minutes.

Book directly with Hellyers Road Distillery for the Adults Only High Tea or Tour and Tasting on (03) 6433 0439 or [email protected] 

Or simply stop by for a delicious cocktail, featuring recipes created by TrailGraze Ambassadors Mike Bennie and James Welsh.
Choose from the Burnie Boilermaker, White Russian or Sparkling Whisky Sour, just for TrailGraze.


The story of Hellyers Road is as unlikely as it is rewarding – a story of restless hearts and pioneers.

Built on land that was carved out by explorer and cartographer Henry Hellyer in 1827, the distillery was founded by a group of dairy farmers. Harnessing its unique environment, Hellyers Road Distillery sources local ingredients of purity and quality to create global award-winning single malt whiskies that capture the very taste and character of Tasmania.

An easy 30-minute drive from Devonport, the Hellyers Road Visitor Centre offers breathtaking views over some of the nation’s best pastoral lands and the inspiring Emu Valley.

Enjoy the Whisky Walk – a guided tour of the distillery, where you can bottle and wax seal your own Hellyers Road Distiller’s Choice whisky, complete with signed Certificate of Authenticity. Settle in to sample a range of Hellyers single malts and whisky cream liqueurs, or enjoy a meal and coffee in the café.

Even if you’re not a whisky lover, a visit to Hellyers Road Distillery is a fascinating insight into how one of the world’s emerging whisky brands continues to pioneer.

Communion Brewery

Discover Address: 57 Wilmot Street, Burnie 7310 Opening Hours: 11am - 9pm Phone: 0416 050 575 What's On:

Join Communion’s brewer to get a first-hand look at the beer-making process from hop to pour, including a tasting paddle.
Tours are at 11am and 1pm each day.

Tasting paddles are half-price all weekend, too!


Communion Brewing is about a common ground – shared participation in something good. Visit for your catch-ups, your wind-downs, romance, celebration or hearty debates.

With a range of small-scale brews including the Local Expert Pale Ale and the Normal Beer Everyday Ale, there’s sure to be something to suit every beer-appreciating palate.

Guide Falls Farm

Discover Address: 309 West Ridgley Road, West Ridgley 7320 Opening Hours: 10am - 2pm Phone: 0460 549 568 What's On:

Indulge in a grazing board of produce harvested on-site, exclusively for the TrailGraze weekend.
Your grazing board booking includes a self-guided farm tour.

Pre-book your grazing platter for the TrailGraze Weekend HERE


Experience, learn, feel, see and taste at Guide Falls Farm’s interactive farm and acclaimed Grazings Restaurant, complete with playground for the kids.

Grazings combines the best of good old-fashioned Tasmanian hospitality with the best of the region’s produce, grown right on-site. With locally sourced timber features, bespoke lighting and abundant glazing, the modern space allows you to take in the views of vast paddocks, while you dine in perfect comfort. Ideal for intimate occasions or larger family affairs, you’re invited to come and experience Grazings for yourself.

Alchymia Distillery

Discover Address: 599 Tollymore Road, Table Cape 7325 Opening Hours: 12pm - 4pm Phone: 0447 619 291 What's On:

Don’t miss this exclusive TrailGraze event that invites you to join the distiller as he shares the process of making gin ‘one-shot’ style.
See, smell and touch the botanicals used to make Alchymia’s range, and be guided through a tasting of three gins.


On Sunday 23rd, stop by and enjoy a drink with live music by Amy Pegg and delicious pizzas from the KiaOra food van from 12PM-4PM.

Please note, this venue is strictly over 18s only.


“Great spirit is made by hand, not on a spreadsheet.” – Matt, Head Alchemist.

Alchymia Distillery’s Matt & Sarah fell in love with distilling in 2016, so much so that they decided to jump off the corporate bus and build their own distillery. Now, Alchymia allows them to share their passion and craft with visitors and lovers of great spirit.

Their range of small-batch, hand-crafted spirits are available to taste and buy in their beautiful tasting room, only seven kilometres from Wynyard.

Hursey Seafoods

Discover Address: 2 Alexander Terrace, Stanley 7331 Opening Hours: 11.45am - 9pm Phone: (03) 6458 1103 What's On:

Hurseys are serving the freshest crays on the trail, straight from their fleet in Stanley.

$85 TrailGraze Set Menu
A decadent three-course menu highlighting produce from the Tasting Trail.
Feast on Tarkine Fresh oysters from Smithton, Hurseys crayfish tail with sides and their famous lemon tart for dessert.

$24 Crayfish Roll
The perfect snack for taking away on the trail or down to the beach for a DIY picnic.
Using a recipe from TrailGraze Ambassador Lilly Trewartha, created especially for the weekend, these fluffy white rolls are filled with crayfish, herbs and fresh leaves.
Available takeaway or dine in.

Book directly with Hursey Seafoods for restaurant reservations on (03) 6458 1103 or [email protected]


Jim & Val Hursey purchased the current Hursey’s site in Stanley in 1987, and a fish factory, takeaway and small café were built. A complete renovation in 2015 now sees a 100-seat upstairs restaurant, with a takeaway and fresh fish sales area downstairs.

Hursey’s nine fishing vessels catch Southern Rock Lobster/Giant Crab, and scale fish and gummy shark from Bruny Island in the south to King Island in the Bass Strait and right along the rugged West Coast. The daily catch is processed on-board ready for restaurant and export sales.

The fully-licensed restaurant menu features Southern Rock Lobster, scallops, oysters and other seasonally available fresh seafood, as well as local beer and wine.

La Cántara Artisan Cheeses

Discover Address: 12 Nelson Street, Smithton 7330 Opening Hours: 10am - 2pm Phone: (03) 6413 5333 / 0400 126 810  What's On:

Join the cheesemakers to experience how La Cántara harvests 100% Tasmanian milk on their 29-hectare farm and transforms it into a unique range of Venezuelan and European-style cheeses.
Meet the farm’s happy calves and cows, learn about the unique robotic milking system, view the cheeses maturing, and sample the La Cántara range.
Tours are $45 per person and run at 10am, 12pm and 2pm.


From the lush meadows of Smithton in the heart of Tasmania’s dairy region comes La Cantara Artisan Cheeses. You’re invited to experience these unique and delicious cheeses created before your eyes.

From the purpose-built observation room, enjoy a full view of the resident cows being milked by state-of-the-art robots. The ladies come in voluntarily throughout the day for milking, snacking and well-earned head scratches. Learn the history of dairy farming and cheese-making in the region that produces some of Australia’s highest quality milk.

After witnessing the manufacturing process from paddock-to-platter, sample La Cantara Cheeses’ unique range, and take home your selection of favourites.

Meander Valley Vineyard

Discover Address: 46 Montana Road, Red Hills 7304 Opening Hours: Saturday: 11am-7pm Sunday: 11am-5pm Phone: 0431 645 153 What's On:

There’s nothing better than the feeling of grapes between your toes! Join the Meander Valley Vineyard owners to pick some grapes, load up the oak barrels and stomp them underfoot in the age-old tradition.
Then, enjoy a taste of some freshly ‘machine’-pressed juice and the current range of Meander Valley wines.
The event runs at 11AM, 1PM and 3PM on Saturday and Sunday for $35 per person.

Stop by for live music both days and local grazing platters.


Meander Valley, on the edge of wilderness in Tasmania’s north, is a special part of the world. A place that beckons with the path less travelled and an opportunity to slow one’s pace and calm one’s mind. A place to connect and reconnect. And it’s a place where the cleanest air, land and water conspire to produce truly outstanding wines. Welcome to Meander Valley Vineyard.

Meander Valley Vineyard (formerly 3 Willows Vineyard) offers a cellar door with tastings, local produce platters, live music, lawn games, events and accommodation.

Western Tiers Distillery

Discover Address: 67 Meander Valley Road, Westbury 7303 Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm Phone: 0487 111 781 What's On:

Drop in for the Appletini Twist – a TrailGraze special featuring the limited release Solitary Man Hut Apple and Cinnamon Poitín.

Spirit tastings and tours also available.

Book your tour HERE


With pristine water from the Highland Lakes, botanicals sourced from the Tiers, and a dedication and commitment to staying true to their passion, Western Tiers Distillery is now producing a range of premium Tasmanian spirits: triple-distilled single malt Whisky, premium Gin, Vodka, and for the rebellious at heart, a smooth and uniquely Tasmanian Poitín.

At the heart of the new distillery are the unique and beautiful copper pot stills, designed by Stillsmiths Tasmania and handcrafted by Kolmark at their Westbury workshop from the highest quality copper sourced from Europe. Utilising a state-of-the-art control system, Stillsmiths Tasmania has created a fully automated next generation distillery which means the Western Tiers distillers can focus on their passion: creating spirits of unmatched smoothness and flavour.

Western Tiers Distillery showcases a fabulous selection of premium Tasmanian whisky at its tasting bar, and conducts tours, tasting and meals made from local produce, offering a unique Tasmanian experience.

Fully accessible venue.

Blue Hills Honey

Discover Address: 1858 Mawbanna Road, Mawbanna 7321 Opening Hours: 10am - 4pm Phone: (03) 6458 8142 What's On:

Visit Blue Hills Honey on Saturday 22nd for a FREE tour with their resident beekeepers. Tours run for 30-45 minutes at 11:30AM, 1:30PM and 2:30PM, with limited numbers for each tour.
Book directly with Blue Hills Honey on (03) 6458 8142.

They’ll also have live music, tastings, sales and tours through the educational and interactive virtual reality hive running all day.


Sheffield Honey Farm

Discover Address: 121 Main Street, Sheffield 7306 Opening Hours: 9am - 3pm Phone: 03 6331 0888 What's On:


Closed due to unforeseen circumstances.

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