In.Grain Bakery – Introduction In.Grain Bakery is a recent discovery for us. It operates from a room at the side of the well known Red Velvet in Cygnet (24 Mary Street) and operates on Monday afternoon from 3pm until sold out – at the same time as the small vegetable […]
The Oyster Province – Introduction The Oyster Province was established by Yvonne Young and Steve Leslie at Taranna in south-east Tasmania and are one of the few oyster producers to grow the native Ostrea Angasi oysters in commercial quantities (Blue Lagoon at Boomer Bay are another). Ostrea Angasi are a […]
Little Red Hen Introduction Little Red Hen has been a long-time fixture at Hobart’s Farm Gate Market, selling attractive vegetables and even more attractive flowers. This stall is usually our first stop because, depending on the season, they have very desirable offerings that are difficult to locate elsewhere, especially of […]
Ashbrittle Farm produces pasture raised eggs in Tasmania’s Huon Valley where the hens are free to forage for food from the fields at a low 100 hens per hectare.
Blackman Bay Oysters are among our favourite oysters in Tasmania and possibly Australia. They are carefully, and scientifically raised and the results are delicious!
Ashbolt Farm Olive Oil is one of the best and most consistent oils produced in Tasmania. The dark green colour and the deep flavour set it apart. From the moments you see the dark, intense, deep green liquid languidly dripping from the bottle, you know you are about to experience […]
♥♥♥ Provenance Growers – Introduction Provenance Growers is run by passionate growers Paulette Whitney and her partner Matt Deakin. Together they sell the most amazing array of high quality vegetables, herbs and flowers to leading restaurants and direct to the public at Salamanca Market on Saturday mornings. The service they […]
Golden Valley Farm is where you will find Alex Taylor, an organic producer in the Huon Valley about three kilometres from the town of Cygnet. You can sample their produce at the Huon Producers’ Network market in Huonville and at the Cygnet Market. This year we have had stunning carrots […]
Leap Farm was created in 2012 by Iain and Kate Field to raise free-range Toggenburg goats and cattle using bio-dynamic, regenerative farming methods. It is situated between Copping and Bream Creek in Southern Tasmania. They sell their products at the Bream Creek Farmers Market including their very popular goat curry. […]
Big River Highland Beef is run by Bec Lynd and Bec Tudor who maintain a herd of 60 Scottish Highland cattle on their 140 hectare property in the Derwent Valley.