Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm Cheese, Elizabeth Town

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Taste and buy a huge variety of local cheeses at Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm Cheese, which uses traditional methods and modern technology to produce specialty and hard-to-find cheese products, including wasabi and lavender cheese. Learn about the history of dairy farming in this region, and spend some time watching expert cheesemakers working inside state-of-the-art manufacturing and maturing areas, which are visible from the farm’s shop. At this location, which is surrounded by lush green pastures, you can also sample and purchase a large selection of Tasmanian wines, as well as ice creams, relishes, fresh milk, and butter. There’s no need to book in advance, and there’s plenty of parking right in front of the cheese factory. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm Cheese and many more Elizabeth Town attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Elizabeth Town trip builder.
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  • Visited Ashgrove with my husband as we were told it was a must see by everyone. The drive was lovely and the factory itself very charming and well stocked. Found the food a touch pricey however and di...  read more »
  • great place to visit to see the cheese making and also taste some of the cheeses that are made here. some great products to look through 
  • Lovely stopover on the Devonport to Hobart road. Pleasant surroundings and plenty of local produce to taste. 
  • Good selection of products but it feels like there's too many local products crammed in the shop. The cheeses are wonderful though, there's a self service tasting system which works well but can get crowded with over-eager tourists.
  • Store sells a variety of their cheese, including specialty ones like lavender and wasabi, as well as local Tas produce. Some of their cheeses are available from local supermarkets (e.g. rubicon red, wasabi, vintage cheddar).
  • Love the Grass fed produce that comes from this place. At home we only use their "green" non homogenised milk. It makes a beautiful creamy coffee, it has now become a habit to drop in for a coffee when we go past.
  • Amazing place, great tasty products. Was interesting to see how cheese is made.
  • Say Cheese and Cheese again... so much cheese here and at reasonable prices
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