Makers And Growers In Southern Tasmania

Huon Valley Makers and Growers feed your spirit as well as your appetite

Southern Tasmania is the home of a growing population of makers and growers. If you love to meet makers and growers, this is the place to find them.

The Huon Valley is home to artists and artisans, farmers and orchardists, cider makers and wine growers, bakers and boatmakers, potters and saffron growers, all of whom love to talk about what they do.

Meet the people who take pride in their craft and have time to share with you what’s special about their Huon Valley.

Meet Huon Valleys makers and growers

The Art of Richard Stanley

Original Oil Paintings, Fine Art Prints, Art Cards and Glass Jewellery

Original landscape oil paintings on canvas and fine art prints, using oils, acrylics, pastels, watercolours. Also stained glass and Dichroic jewellery range. Available for original commissions.

Frank’s Ciderhouse & Café

Cellar door, Free tasting, Apple Museum and Orchard Tours

Sample a variety of sparkling ciders made with 100% Tasmanian apples, pears, cherries and raspberries. Enjoy a meal made with locally grown produce by a cosy wood fire, or outside taking in views of the Huon River. Explore the Franklin Apple Museum or join an orchard tour- (tours are seasonal).

The Honey Pot

Pure Tasmanian Honey

Sales and free tastings of local and unique honey with educational interactive display. Producing cold extracted, natural honey varieties, including Leatherwood, Manuka, Prickly Box and Bush. Skin care and gift ware range available.

Willie Smith’s Apple Shed

Ciderhouse, Restaurant and Distillery

Taste some of Australia's best ciders, tour the Apple Museum, Charles Oates Distillery and dine on local seasonal produce. Live music Friday nights', Artisan and Produce Market every Saturday. All located 25 minutes from Hobart.

Home Hill Winery & Restaurant

Award winning wines nestled in the picturesque Huon Valley.

Cellar door tastings and restaurant located in Ranelagh, a short drive from Huonville town centre. Stunning views of surrounding vines, pastures, livestock and mountains.

Andrew Smith

William Smith and Sons

"I believe… Farmers have a responsibility to feed the world, food must be as good as it can be but ultimately safe."