Looking for a little something Tasmanian at home? Perhaps you have a Tasmanian friend or relative abroad who is feeling homesick, you had to cancel your 2020 trip to the Apple Isle or perhaps you are just in need of a little something Tasmanian to brighten your day.
There’s no need to go without your favourite Tassie wine, cider, cheese, chocolate, or handcrafted wares when you can get them delivered straight to your door. Choose a gift, a care package or a gift voucher and enjoy a little touch of Tassie in your home.
This is by no means an exhaustive list—just a few options to get you started! You can browse the huge range of products from all around Tasmania on the new Buy Something Tasmanian website. But our top picks to get you going start here …
Bruny Island Cheese Co. Bruny Island Cheese Co. produce sustainable, artisan cheeses on the beautiful Bruny Island. Their online range includes their unique cheeses (try the Prosciutto-wrapped “Otto” cheese) and a bunch of Tasmanian made goodies for the pantry.
Grandvewe Cheeses With a unique range of organic sheep cheeses and sheep whey liquor, Grandvewe offers something a little different. Their onsite small-batch distillery – Hartshorn- produces award-winning gin, vodka and whisky (their sheep whey vodka won worlds best vodka in 2018).
Coal River Farm Enjoy a little something sweet from Tassie. Coal River Farm offers handcrafted cheese and chocolate produced in the picturesque Coal River Valley.
Federation Artisan Chocolate Handmade in Tasmania, with a focus on sustainable and ethical production, Federation Chocolate offers a beautiful range of artisan chocolates, including a delicious vegan-friendly range. Federation Chocolate offers a Tasmania’s only bean-to-bar range of chocolates.
The Honey Pot 100% pure Tasmanian honey with nothing added – that’s how they do it at The Honey Pot. Their 900 hives are moved throughout the year the follow the blossoming flower trail and can be found around Lake Pedder, Bruny Island, the Huon Valley and the Derwent Valley.
Fat Pig Farm Home to the Gourmet Farmer chef, Matthew Evans, Fat Pig Farm is a busy little farm in the picturesque Huon Valley. Their online store offers a range of cook books and handy kitchen accessories.
A Fudge A’fare Boutique fudge made lovingly in Tasmania. Fudge A’fare offers gluten-free, creamy fudge in a range of flavours and sizes.
House of Fudge Created using locally sourced Tasmanian and Australian ingredients, The House of Fudge’s award-winning fudge is handcrafted here in Hobart.
The Art of Tea There’s nothing quite like a cup of tea to wind down with. The Art of Tea has a tea-riffic range of teas including some beautiful Tasmanian grown varieties.
Woodbridge Smokehouse Producing the finest Tasmanian smoked Ocean Trout and Atlantic Salmon, Woodbridge delivers directly to your door ready for your next Tasmanian inspired platter.
Beauty and the Bees With a focus on sustainability and Tasmanian ingredients, Beauty and the Bees features all-natural haircare and skincare, free from any plastic packaging.
Port Arthur Lavender Located on the Tasman Peninsula, Port Arthur Lavender offers a range of lavender goodies. From essential oils to soaps and linen sachets, your home will be filled with the scent of beautiful Tasmanian lavender.
Red Parka Home to a great range of homewares and children books, Red Parka is owned by Tasmanian artist Jennifer Cossins. Jennifer’s 101 Collective Nouns children book (available at Red Parka) made headlines when Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway spoke of the book on the Ellen Show in America.
Salamanca Skincare Co Offering a beautiful range of aromatherapy oils, soaps and candles, Salamanca Skincare Co provides a little bit of Tasmania in your home.
Salamanca Market Store The famous Salamanca Market in Hobart now has an online store stocking your favourite Tasmanian goodies. From art and homewares to gin and whisky and a little bit of everything in between, the online store has a great range of Tasmanian inspired goodies.
Mona Store Missing a little bit of Mona madness? Perhaps you had to cancel you Dark Mofo adventure? While the museum remains closed, you can get your Mona fix via their online store. It is exactly what you would expect it to be.
Tasmanian Specialty Timbers 100% family-owned and operated, Tasmanian Speciality Timbers create unique products using sustainably sourced Tasmanian timber.
Curringa Farm A unique farm stay in southern Tasmania, Curringa Farm also features a lovely shop offering a range of delightful Tasmanian gifts.
28 Gates being on a 7th generation farming property, 28 gates promote their wool and the qualities of it and being able to sell at farm gate prices. They sell their wool to AWN (Australian Wool Network) and they own Merino Snug.
Gallery Salamanca Offering Tasmanian contemporary art, craft and design, Gallery Salamanca has a beautiful range of artwork by local Tasmanian artists available to purchase via their online store.
Bronwyn Clark Ceramics Using local clay from Deep Bay in the Huon Valley, south of Hobart, Bronwyn Clark offers a beautiful range of ceramics. Her free form scratched decoration is a signature feature of current work as are her special glaze effects
Campo De Flori A Boutique Farm and Artisan Ceramic Studio, Campo De Flori offers a unique range of Tasmanian inspired products, from ceramics to handmade soaps and homegrown saffron.
Tasmanian Photography Workshops Offering slices of Tasmanian beauty in the form of prints from all across Tasmania and throughout the seasons. If you’re looking for a print from the overland track, east coast (coles bay, binalong bay), an aurora over tesselated pavement, or cradle mountain, you’ll find it in here.
Wild Island – Celebrating and promoting Tasmania’s wild places through art, design and workshops.
Spotted Quoll Studio – The Spotted Quoll Specializes in Australian Made Ethical & Sustainable Mens & Womens clothes. The SQ Studio is a convert to the global “Slow Fashion” movement!
Moorilla Winery Moorilla produces small-batch, cool-climate Tasmanian wines. It is also home to the famous MONA museum where you will find Moorilla wines flowing throughout the museum, restaurants and their array of festivals and events. Their sibling winery Domain A produces some of Tasmania’s finest cool-climate red wines.
Frogmore Creek Winery Located in the Coal River Valley wine region, Frogmore Creek offers beautiful cool-climate wines. Their Rieslings are especially crisp and delicious on a warm spring day. The brand also includes 42 Degrees South wines.
Home Hill Wines Set in the picturesque Huon Valley, Home Hill offers a range of white, sparkling and red wines. Their award-winning Pinot Noirs are worth trying with the 2017 Reserve Pinot Noir rated one of the top wines in the country.
Bangor Vineyard A small family vineyard in southern Tasmania, Bangor grows Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay grape varieties which are well suited to the cool climate vineyard site. The Vintage Sparkling recently won best vintage sparkling at the 2020 Tasmanian wine show.
Bruny Island Premium Wines Located on the beautiful Bruny Island and set on a northerly facing, gently sloping site Bruny Island Wines is the southernmost winery in Australia.
Puddleduck Wines Puddleduck Vineyard is a family-owned and operated winery located in the Coal River Valley wine region. Puddleduck is one of a handful of Australian vineyards that grows the fruit, makes and sells their wine all on-site.
Pooley Wines Set on the historic property on the outskirts of Richmond in the Coal Valley, Pooley offers award-winning Rieslings, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines. Their range of wines has been awarded 95 and 96 points from James Hallidays current 2021 wine champion awards.
Meadowbank Family owned since 1976, Meadowbank is a farm and vineyard located in the Derwent Valley. For those who love a light-style of red wine, try their 2019 Meadowbank Gamay.
Coal Valley Wines Set over five hectares, Coal Valley Wines pride themselves on using 100% single site, estate-grown fruit in their winemaking. Their Pinot Noir is a favourite but you are sure to enjoy their entire range of wines.
Pressing Matters Located in the Coal River wine region, Pressing Matters have a focus purely on Riesling and Pinot Noir, which are well suited to Tasmania. Their 2019 Riesling R69 was recently awarded 97 points in Hallidays 2021 wine companion.
Hurly Burly Wines Hurly Burly produces create boutique Pinot Noir, Riesling, Chardonnay and Gewürztraminer. Thie grapes are sourced from Tasmania’s east coast and from their own vineyard in the Derwent Valley.
Elsewhere Vineyard Overlooking the Huon River, Elsewhere vineyard is one of the most southerly vineyards in Australia. The ideal climate for producing cool -climate wines, Elsewhere offers a range of beautiful wines.
Two Bud Spur Vineyard Found in Tasmania’s Huon Valley wine region, Two Bud Spur grow premium grapes to produces high-quality wine through low yields and simple winemaking processes.
Kate Hill Wines The Kate Hill range includes a sparkling Chardonnay Pinot Noir, Riesling and Pinot Noir. Some exciting small batch single vineyard wines are starting to emerge too.
Wobbly Boot Vineyard is owned and operated by Paul, Lynda and Isaac Williams who love nature and are committed to animal welfare and wildlife rescue and ‘giving back’ to the community. We have an ‘animals first’ and ethical philosophy where our organic grape growing, wine making and business model practices all place animals first and foremost.
Beer and Cider
Pagan Cider A small, boutique cider house, Pagan Cider offers a range of crispy ciders from apple and pear to cherry and seasonal blends including strawberry and peach. All with 100% Tasmanian fruits.
Frank’s Cider A multi-award-winning sparkling cider, Frank’s is made with only Tasmanian fruits. Their Range includes Apple, Pear, Raspberry Pear and Cherry Cider. The Raspberry Pear is especially tasty on a warm day.
Willie Smith’s Apple Shed Fourth generation apple growers, Willie Smith’s is a household name when it comes to Tasmanian cider. Their organic cider is made onsite using apples from the Willie Smith orchard. Their classic apple cider goes perfectly with some braised pork.
Bruny Island Beer Co. Produced under the same roof at Bruny Island Cheese co. Bruny Island Beer is focused on creating artisan beers in Tasmania. Their beers match perfectly with their cheese and include Pale Ales, IPAs and some unique brews such as Whey Stout and Raspberry Stout.
MooBrew Like Moorilla wines, MooBrew also sits under the MONA banner (they are a busy lot). Their range includes Pilsners, Pale Ales, IPAs, Stouts and Dark Ales – just to name a few – and come in the most artistic bottle/cans one did ever see.
Cascade Brewhouse An icon in Tasmanian brewing and within the Southern Tasmanian landscape, Cascade is the oldest operating brewery in Australia! Their Cascade Draught is well known throughout Australia.
Gillespies Ginger Beer For something a little tangy, its hard to go past Gillespie’s Ginger Beer. Made with organic ginger, lime, lemon, filtered rainwater and Tasmanian pepperberry, their ginger beers pack a punch and are the perfect refreshment for a warm, sunny day.
Whisky, gin and more…
Lark Distillery The first Tasmanian distillery to produce single malt whiskey since 1839, Lark Distillery has become an internationally recognised label in the whisky industry and an icon in Tasmania. They also produce a fine gin, labelled Forty Spotted.
Sullivans Cove A small-batch distillery, Sullivans Cove has earned its name on the international scene. In 2019 Sullivans Cove French Oak Single Cask was awarded World’s Best Single Cask Single Malt at the World Whiskies Awards.
McHenry Distillery Family run on the Tasman Peninsula, McHenry is Australia’s southernmost whiskey distillery. Their range includes gin, whiskey and vodka and their Classic Dry gin is perfect for a gin and tonic!
Old Kempton Distillery A unique distillery set in an 1840’s colonial inn, Old Kempton Distillery has a great range of whisky and gin. The distillery won bronze in the Single Malt Whisky Port Cask category at the 2020 World Whisky Awards.
Shene Distillery Home to the Poltergeist Gin and Mackey Whisky, who have multiple awards to their name, Shene Distillery offers true Tasmanian blended spirits.
Tasmanian House of Whisky is home to some of Tasmania’s finest whiskies. It is also home to Trapper’s Hut whisky and Seclusion Gin – an exclusive range made with pure Tasmanian ingredients.
Hartshorn Distillery is located within the Grandvewe cheese family and is famous for its ability to create spirits from sheep whey, which is produced on the property.
Charles Oates Distillery Also home to Willie Smith’s Cider, Charles Oats Distillery takes the famous Tasmanian apple to new strengths. Their apple-based spirits include Apple Brandy, Apple Blanco and their Pommeau which match perfectly with blue cheese and a tasty dessert.
Sud Polaire Taking the essence Antarctica and putting it in a bottle is the focus of Sud Polaire and achieved with their Antarctic Dry Gin. Take a sip and imagine you are trekking out on a voyage against the elements in the icy landscape of Antarctica.
Taylor & Smith Distilling Co An artisan distillery located in Hobart, Taylor & Smith focus on locally foraged Tasmanian ingredients to create their range of gins. Their iconic blue bottle will brighten up any at-home bar cart.
Lawrenny Estate Home to numerous international awards, Lawrenny is another example of an excellent Tasmanian distillery. Their 1818 Settlers Gin win double gold at the 2019 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
New Norfolk Distillery With a focus purely on creating Tasmanian Rum, New Norfolk Distillery blends native Australian botanicals with exotic Caribbean spices and pure Tasmanian Spring Water to create a unique Tasmanian spiced rum.
Tasmanian Gin Kit Making gin at home just got easier! The Tasmanian Gin Kit provides everything you need to craft a Tasmanian inspired gin at home. All you have to do is put it all together and enjoy.
Impression Bay Distillery Home to the First Impression Gin, Impression Bay Distillery is located on the beautiful Tasman Peninsula.
Hellfire Bluff Distillery Purely Tasmanian products, think Potato Vodka, London Dry Gin, Summer Gin, Piquant Gin, Coffee Liqueur, Limoncello Liqueur and Sloe Gin. The love and dedication that is found in every bottle of Hellfire Vodka can be traced right back to the day their first potato was planted.
Vouchers for your future visit to Tasmania …
Pennicott Journeys A [future] visit to Tasmania wouldn’t be complete without exploring the spectacular wilderness. Pennicott Journeys offers unforgettable, award-winning experiences along the dramatic coastline of Southern Tasmania from their little yellow boat.
Bruny Island Safaris Bruny Island offers some of Tasmania’s most unique landscapes and wildlife and is a true foodie’s delight. Take the hassle out of planning your next trip and enjoy a fully guided tour of beautiful Bruny Island with Bruny Island Safaris.
Above and Beyond Scenic Flights Enjoy the delights of Southern Tasmania from a seaplane! Above and Beyond offer a range of scenic tours – order a voucher and start dreaming of your next Tassie adventure.
Par Avion Wilderness Experience Experience the unique Tasmanian wilderness from the air and discover the untouched, pristine Southwest National Park with Par Avion Wilderness Experiences. It will be worth the wait.
Tasmanian Air Tours Explore the dramatic and diverse beauty of the island of Tasmania from the air. Tasmanian Air Tours offers tailored bespoke high end helicopter tours across Tasmani, from short scenic flights around Hobart to multi day tours.
Wild Seafood Adventures Tasmanian Wild Seafood Adventures is passionate about offering unique Tasmanian experiences that are delivered with outstanding knowledge and expertise.
Three Capes Track Give the gift of a walking experience at the world’s edge. The Three Capes Track offers an incredible walking experience around Tasmania’s stunning southern coastline. An experience like no other, the Three Capes Track is a must-do when visiting Tasmania. Don’t forget to check out Three Capes Gear and Gourmet to turn your walk into a no-fuss affair.
Twin River Rafting an amazing new way to discover Tasmania’s spectacular wild places at the Tahune Airwalk – paddling, drifting and splashing on a raft or kayak through bouncy rapids and quiet stretches of the Picton and Huon Rivers.
Yukon Tours Sailing tours on the 17m wooden ketch “Yukon” from Franklin Tasmania – day trips on the Huon River, or longer to Port Davey, Bruny Island, Maria Island.
Roaring 40s Kayaking Passionate about Tasmania and mad about kayaking, Roaring 40s is one of Tasmania’s premier sea kayaking experiences. Visitors can experience the pristine Southwest wilderness, the Tasman Peninsula or discover Hobart’s cliffs and caves. All tours are available as gift vouchers
Tassie Bound Adventures A Tasmanian adventure kayaking tour business specialising in day kayak tours on the Derwent River, Huon River and Lake Pedder in the Southwest National Park.
Esperance Adventures Esperance Adventures offers Tasmanian Kayak Tours in the stunning far south wilderness. Paddle the Lune River, Port Esperance, Recherche Bay with Matt and make memories to last a lifetime.
Maydena bike park Maydena Bike Park is a gravity-focused mountain bike park open now in Tasmania’s Derwent Valley. Designed and built by renowned trail company, Dirt Art, our world-class trails will offer something for everyone, from families through to elite riders.
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary Home to the fluffy, furred and feathered, Bonorong is a sanctuary for Tasmanian wildlife. Visitors can get up close with some cute and cuddly animals with one of their animal encounters and learn more about Tasmanian native wildlife.
Port Arthur Historic Site World Heritage listed Port Arthur Historic Site is the best preserved convict site in Australia, and among the most significant convict era sites worldwide.
Walk on kunanyi Do you want to do hikes around Hobart, Tasmania? Walk on kunanyi offers guided walking tours in Hobart on kunanyi/ mount Wellington with interpretation. Learn another side to the mountain you know.
Agrarian Kitchen An agrarian mind begins with the love of fields and ramifies in. good farming, good cooking and good eating. If this sounds like you, book in!
Tasmanian eBike Adventures Adventures are hosted as private customised day-trips using pedal-assisted electric mountain bikes to experience the wildlife, beaches and cultural stories of the island.
For more Tasmanian inspired gifts, be sure to visit Buy Something Tasmania.
We look forward to seeing you back in Southern Tasmania when the time comes.