A short hop from Launceston, you will find our home, the Tasmanian honey farm. Perth is a heritage town with an abundance of historic buildings, Baptist and Methodist churches, as well as historic shop fronts.
If you’re travelling south, we are one of the first buildings you will come across. Drop in to stock up on our candied magic, and learn more about producing honey on this wild land. As you continue your journey south, don’t miss a visit to our friends at Adams Distillery, to taste some world class gins and whiskies.
The UNESCO designated Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area (TWWHA), is the wild home of our world famous Tasmanian Leatherwood honey farm. With at least 20,000 years of human occupation, and the significance of being one of the last expanses of cool temperate rainforests in the world, we’re incredibly proud to call this wild, unforgiving wilderness our office.
We are proudly a part of the Tasmanian Trade Directory, which you can see here.
While we’re unable to have the public visit our hives, there are a wealth of magical national parks for you to explore. Visit Discover Tasmania to learn more.