Tasmanian Produce – A World Class Attraction

The Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail is a great guide to some of Tasmania’s finest produce, including award winning wines, nature’s sweet treats, savory delights or other delicious fare. There is something for everyone. All Within driving distance of Beauty Point Tourist Park, we have compiled a mere ‘taster’ of what is on offer during your travels, with a focus on the Bass Highway for that future road trip in the not-so-distant-future!

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Café

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm    Credit: Tourism Australia and Graham Freeman

Just 1 hours drive from Beauty Point Tourist Park this delightful farm café is open 7 days per week and situated overlooking a tranquil lake filled with water lilies. The grounds are easily accessible for a stroll to stretch the legs and take in the fresh country air. The shop has a variety on offer, from decadent chocolate coated fresh raspberries, gift packs, jams and preserves and much more. Have a browse of the café menu in the link below to help entice you even further.

Where: 9 Christmas Hills Rd, Elizabeth Town TAS 7304
From Beauty Point Tourist Park: 45 minutes – 1 hour drive
More Information: Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm website

Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm Cheese

Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm Cheese

Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm Cheese    Credit: Tourism Tasmania & Heidi Sze

Top award winning cheeses and milk. Take time out to watch and learn about the cheese making process during the hand crafted demonstrations Mon – Fri, 9am – 4pm. The Ashgrove Cheese factory and Tasmanian Farm Store are open 7 days per week 7:30am – 5:30pm. They also have on offer butter and cream to fill that picnic basket and ice cream made onsite to enjoy before you hit the road.

Where: 6173 Bass Highway, Elizabeth Town, Tasmania
From Beauty Point Tourist Park: 45 minutes – 1 hour drive
More Information: Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm Cheese website

Tasmanian Food and Wine Conservatory

Tasmanian Food and Wine Conservatory

Tasmanian Food and Wine Conservatory

Although not technically part of the Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail this business is Tasmanian owned and operated, and quickly becoming THE place to go. Take a seat in the elegant conservatory whilst enjoying a fine Tasmanian wine and artisan produce from across the island. Serving breakfast and lunch Tuesday – Friday, 9am – 4pm and Saturday – Sunday, 9am – 5pm. Check ahead (alerts made on the link below) to make sure they are not closed for a private function which does occur quite regularly in the warmer months.

Where: 9 Conservatory Road, Sassafras, Tasmania
From Beauty Point Tourist Park: 45 minutes – 1 hour drive
More Information: Tasmanian Food and Wine Conservatory Facebook Page

The Cherry Shed Tasmania

The Cherry Shed
The Cherry Shed     Credit: Tourism Tasmania and Rob Burnett

The Cherry Shed Tasmania offers visitors a café and gift shop available all year round. Products include both fresh in season (cherries are available dependant on the season, mid December to mid February), fruit ice cream, cherry wines, jams, preserves and more. Tastings are available. The children’s menu online will help entice all the family to visit. Open 7 days per week, 9am -5pm, with variant hours on public holidays.

Where: 243 Gilbert Street, Latrobe, Tasmania
From Beauty Point Tourist Park: 45 minutes – 1 hour drive
More Information: The Cherry Shed website

The House of Anvers

The House of Anvers

The House of Anvers     Credit: Tourism Tasmania & Graham Freeman

Set on 2.2 hectares of established trees and an old bungalow style house built in 1931, The House of Anvers brings delight to all the senses. Free entry and self guided tours are available. Open 7 days per week, from 7am – 5pm. Café, Museum, factory viewing, taste testing and plenty of onsite parking. If you haven’t done so already, make sure this place is on that itinerary!

Where: 9025 Bass Hwy, Latrobe TAS 7307
From Beauty Point Tourist Park: 45 minutes – 1 hour drive
More Information: The House of Anvers website
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