Experience the pure freshness of nature.

On this remote island that’s both wild and still, nature knows best.

R&R Smith ‘Rookwood’, Huon Valley, Southern Tasmania. Photo: Andrew Wilson.
R&R Smith ‘Rookwood’, Huon Valley, Southern Tasmania

This is our story

Tasmania is a pristine island at the edge of the world — unique, wild and beautiful. The landscape is mountainous, with deep valleys of fertile soils and fast flowing rivers. Pure cool rain washes in from the southern oceans, the air is fresh and clear. Read more

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Raspberries by Hillwood Berries, Northern Tasmania. Photo: Rob Burnett.
Raspberries by Hillwood Berries, Northern Tasmania

Fruit that is fresh, sweet and crisp to the bite

Tasmania’s temperate maritime climate has essential winter chill hours followed by a long mild, growing season. These conditions allow the fruit to mature slowly with a greater intensity of flavour, size and colour.

Tasmanian Grown fruit includes apples, apricots, avocados, blackberries, blueberries, cherries, pears, raspberries and strawberries.

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Leafy greens by Southern Fields, Southern Tasmania. Photo: Andrew Wilson.
Leafy greens by Southern Fields, Southern Tasmania

Vegetables full of nature’s flavour

Tasmania’s rich, nurtured soils, consistent rainfall and cool climate provides ideal conditions for growing a broad variety of vegetable crops.

Tasmanian Grown vegetables include beans, broccoli, brussels sprouts, capsicums, carrots, cauliflowers, garlic, leafy greens, onions, parsnips, peas and potatoes.

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Walnuts by Coaldale Walnuts, Southern Tasmania. Photo: Andrew Wilson.
Walnuts by Coaldale Walnuts, Southern Tasmania

Golden flavoursome nuts

Tasmania’s latitude is ideal for producing high quality nuts. An abundance of clean water and sunshine provide the right conditions for a range of tree nuts including walnuts and hazelnuts.

Tasmanian Grown nuts include hazelnuts and walnuts.

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Meet some of our passionate, committed and knowledgeable Tasmanian growers

Through the generations our growers feel the pulse of the seasons and heartbeat of this land. They understand what thrives here — they take the time to grow produce with care.

Amy and Ben Houston, Southern Fields, Southern Tasmania. Photo: Andrew Wilson.
Amy and Ben Houston, Southern Fields, Southern Tasmania

Our isolation is our gift

Tasmania is a small island off the southern coast of mainland Australia. Being so far south, the climate is cool and the seasons distinct. Here plants flourish naturally — protected from pest and disease.

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Map of the world showing location of Tasmania