Owned by ourselves, Flywheel is a boutique stationery store with a working letterpress studio. Located just a 2 minute walk from The Drill Hall Emporium. Allow time for this one…
Owned by brothers Todd and Glen (Tammy and Donna’s husbands respectively), Walter & Co is situated in the historic town of Richmond, Tasmania. Perhaps the most sophisticated antiques store in Australia. Make sure this place is on your itinerary!
A world-famous cooking school, located in the Derwent Valley just ten minutes from our stores. Book in for the popular Agrarian Experience or for a specialty masterclass.
This award winning restaurant opened in 2017 and is owned by Rodney Dunn and Severine Demanet, the duo behind The Agrarian Kitchen cooking school. Located in the bright and airy Bronte building in New Norfolk’s Willow Court. Make sure you book ahead to be assured a seat for lunch!
A boutique luxury accommodation situated on the banks of the Derwent River, in a convict built Georgian mansion.
Set on 16 acres of paddocks, orchards and gardens, Stanton is a Georgian Farmhouse. Only a 5 minute drive from New Norfolk. Lisa is the most lovely hostess to ensure a memorable stay.
Heritage accommodation and restaurant, also in New Norfolk.
For great coffee and a quick lunch, go where the locals go!
The makers of our favourite Tasmanian sparkling wine, ten minutes from New Norfolk. Their Osteria is a great place for lunch while sampling their award winning wines.
For boutique beer, ale and cider, not to mention “beer-fed” beef! Their “Farm Bar” and cellar door is open Sundays 12noon - 4pm. Keep an eye out for special events.
Museum of Old and New Art. A must see. Halfway between Hobart and New Norfolk.
Unmissable Lake St Clair accommodation – two industrial buildings gently transformed as an intimate retreat in the heart of World Heritage wilderness.
A small and luxe award-winning hotel in Hobart, furnished with antiques.
What a dream! Stay on this small, beautiful & privately owned island in the heart of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel; located between mainland Tasmania and Bruny Island.
Famous market held every Saturday at the historic Salamanca Place. Over 300 stalls selling crafts, produce and artisan goods.
Be sure to visit these art galleries located in Salamanca Place. Both representing Tasmanian artists with fabulous exhibitions. The Handmark gallery has an unrivalled showing of Tasmanian studio jewellery.
French style bakery on Murray Street near Hobart's waterfront. Check out the gorgeous French baker’s stand, ex The Drill Hall Emporium! And grab an authentic French-style pastry while you are at it. They have recently opened a second outlet on Main Road, New Town, opposite Hill Street Grocer’s.
Artisan bakery in Argyle Street, Hobart. Owner Jay bakes Hobart’s best artisan bread and sourdough doughnuts.
Also in Hobart, this is a great local secret for coffee, breakfast and lunch.
For provisions, located in various locations across Tasmania.
We love our bakeries, and this is no exception with outlets in Hobart, New Town and historic Battery Point.