The people of the Huon Valley live here because the place is special to them. See for yourself why some have been drawn here from other parts of the world, and learn more about those who’ve been custodians of this place for thousands of years.
Huon Beings is a documentary series that captures the diverse stories of life among people living in the Huon Valley.
There’s a sense of possibility and simplicity in this region. Little wonder that people come to southern Tasmania to find a place where they can breathe, where they can make, and where they can feel a part of the natural world while finding their people, their community.
Boris Ellis talks about his passion for fossils and gemstones fuelled by the uniqueness of the far south of the Huon Valley.
Gary and Lorraine Ashdown talk about setting up their bed and breakfast in Dover, Tasmania and the help and support they have had from the local community.
'We wanted to move to the source of our food and wanted to move to an area where produce was a really important part of the culture'
David Rauenbusch and his wife Michelle tell their story of how they came to be living in the Huon Valley, their community and successful wooden spoon business.
'The property we bought had this extraordinary serendipitous event that was that is was on a seam of clay'