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  • New Chair and board ready to continue to support farms

    New Chair and board ready to continue to support farms, The Examiner News, 18th June, 2020

  • LANGDALE farm

    Langdale Farm offered gourmet farm stay accommodation on a small free range pig farm in the beautiful Tamar Valley of Tasmania, on the Tamar Valley Wine Route.


    Old Forest Vale Farm is a 20-acre holding in Northern Tasmania at the footsteps of the Western Tiers, that thrived on producing the best tasting produce in the most sustainable way.

  • eska farm

    Eska Farm is 35 acres of beautiful land resting below Sleeping Beauty Mountain Range south of Hobart. Part pasture, part natural bush land, part river; basking in all day sunlight and with views in every direction. Their hearts belong here now, and their days are filled amending, building, planting, moving, growing, nurturing and restoring each element of what brings a property into life as a farm.


    Highmarsh Farm is 140ha of marginal country in Jackeys Marsh, about 85ha of which is potentially viable farmland for pasture or cropping. The remainder is made up of rough or swampy ground and native forest under covenant.


    Deep End Farm is a small property in Geeveston, south of Hobart in Southern Tasmania. Dave and Cassandra Rolph grow and raise their own produce, using the ingredients to make and sell Boa Zi, steam buns, as markets across Hobart and the Huon Valley.


    Longley Organic Farm is a variable cropping microfarm, community resource and skill sharing hub that aims to develop regenerative micro-farming both locally and internationally.

  • lauriston grove

    Lauriston Grove is one of the earliest olive groves planted in Tasmania. The property is located on the pristine coastal isthmus known as Hope Beach in South Arm, south of Hobart. The combination of consistent pure coastal breezes, sea mist, cool dry climate, well drained sandy loamy soils and natural underground waters are the essential factors resulting in the production of high quality extra virgin olive oil.


    Campo de Flori is a 52 acre sustainable boutique farm business in the Huon Valley of Tasmania. At the time of purchase the property was a combination of raw bushland with an overgrowth of blackberry and brambles alongside 42 acres of old growth forest.


    Guide Falls Farm is a mixed enterprise, regenerative farm offering authentic experiences through education and its on-farm restaurant. Situated in the north-west of Tasmania the farm produces grass fed beef and lamb, pasture raised meat chicken and pork, pastured eggs and they also have their own market garden.