Archive for the ‘Stanley Tour’ Category


Cape Grim Beef – Stanley Food, Wine and Farmgate Tour

Apr 2, 2014

tag Tags: Tasmanian Food Wine and Farm Tours, Stanley Tour

There is no denying that North West Tasmania produces premium beef. It is a wonderful experience to visit John and Angela Bruce’s farm near Stanley on our food and wine tours where those beautiful black and rust colour cows just love to wander over and check out visitors. These …

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Old Cable Station – Stanley Food and Farmgate Tour

Nov 11, 2013

tag Tags: Tasmanian Food Wine and Farm Tours, Stanley Tour

Old Cable Station has won the Best Tourism Restaurant Award for the second year running at the recent 2013 Tasmanian Tourism Awards. We have a beautiful lunch here on our Stanley Food and Farmgate Tour. This foodie experience combines Tasmanian heritage within natural beauty. Their …

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Blue Hills Honey - Stanley Food and Wine Tour

Aug 11, 2013

tag Tags: Tasmanian Food Wine and Farm Tours, Stanley Tour

Organic Leatherwood honey – unique to Tasmania and a taste like no other. We visit Blue Hills Honey on our Stanley Food and Farmgate Tour and it is wonderful to see people’s reactions when they taste this product for the first time. This honey is exported widely to Asia &…

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Red Cow Dairies – Stanley Food and Wine Tour

Jul 29, 2013

tag Tags: Tasmanian Food Wine and Farm Tours, Stanley Tour

Great article in the Tasmanian Farmer magazine this quarter telling all about the sustainable, environmental and ethical farming principles that Andy and Matt are using at Red Cow – one of the properties visited on our Stanley Food Tour.  Their business is growing in leaps and bounds …

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Spring Lamb – North West / Stanley Food and Wine Tour

Jul 21, 2013

tag Tags: Tasmanian Food Wine and Farm Tours, North West Tour, Wine Tour, Stanley Tour

We are lucky enough to visit two wonderful properties that produce beautiful lamb.  Local people get very excited about eating food that has been grown practically in their own neighbourhood, in many instances buying their meat directly from the farmers.  It supports the community and …

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