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Curringa Farm – Accommodation and Farm Tours

Curringa Subway
Touching the wool
Dogshow and cafe
Farmstay accommodation
Shearing away
Orchids in October
Forest Walk Wallabies
Opium Poppies in december
In coach farm tour
Wombats Den

Agritourism with Excellence. Open daily for pre booked farm tours, meals and accommodation, Curringa Farm, located at Hamilton, central Tasmania. Personalised day tour attractions offer groups and self-drivers a unique view of a Tasmanian farm. See working farm dogs, sheep shearing and friendly farming practices. Curringa Farm is a one-hour drive from Hobart on the highway to the West Coast, close to Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls.

Curringa Farm covers 750 acres / 300 hectares. 3000 sheep, poppies, cabbages and cereals. There is an intensive conservation program on the farm. Visitors can learn about native plants, animals and habitat requirements.

The licensed centre and cafe caters for up to 100 people for lunches and teas. Open 360 days a year. Enjoy scotch fillet steak cooked on the wood-fired barbecue, hot new potatoes and salads in season, home-made desserts, cakes and real coffee. Tasmanian wines, lanolin cosmetics and woollen products available for purchase. Bookings essential. Minimum four people for morning or afternoon tea tours, six for lunch tours.

Guests relax overnight in one of nine fully self-contained bed and breakfast cabins with beautiful views.

Your hosts, Tim and Jane Parsons, are sixth generation, Tasmanian farmers. Join for an unforgettable visit to Curringa Farm’s excellent agritourism experience.




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