House of Anvers Chocolate Factory, Latrobe

(4.2/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
Award winning chocolate factory based near Latrobe on Tasmania's North West Coast. Free tasting, factory viewing,museum and cafe with plenty of on-site parking for buses and larger vehicles.
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TripAdvisor
  • Chocolate shop it is. After the show I'm making, tasting and cafes! Delicious chocolate and ice cream.
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  • Went to see this place as we had good memories from the past in there. Kids loved it and really enjoyed it. Such a lovely place to start your day :)  more »
  • Word of mouth made this a definite stopover & it did not disappoint in any way. Such a huge range of high quality chocolate to choose from & the best part is that each day there is 3 different product...  more »
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  • Great place to stop on the taste trail. Had the aztec hot chocolate which was pretty interesting and definitely worth a try. Also had the lemon tart which was amazing! Some fun chocolate making activities to observe as well and a shop to pick up some gifts for the family back home
  • Lovely. Chocolate rice bubble brekky and Aztec hot chocolate mug was very filling. 1st stop in Tassie for chocolate lovers
  • The chocolate was amazing, especially the butterscotch fudge and chocolate fudge. A little pricey but well worth it for the quality of the chocolate.
  • We would not have found this place that fast, but Howard from Cradle Coast Tours brought us there in his Jaguar. A serous sampling of chocolate was just the beginning and products can be bought on site. Oh dear, here goes the hour glass shape - who can say no to such delicious and unique products? An interesting insight to the manufacturing of chocolate has been given also. What a pleasant stop over that was.
  • This is a must visit place if you are around.The chocolates and croissants are exquisite. Apart from that I and my family found the staff very welcoming and accommodating (even after my kid had a tantrum festival). Dont forget to have a look inside the factory.