House of Anvers Chocolate Factory, Latrobe
(4.2/5 based on 220+ 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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  • I found that once was definitely enough. The staff's attitude was average and although they claim they want you to try the samples the staff were not interested in topping them up and most were gone. ...  more »
  • Just had to call in here to sample some of the delicious fare on offer. So much choice, but managed to come away with several examples of the yummy goods. Didn't last long whilst driving though!! 
  • I recommend the Belgian breakfast waffles, very tasty Decor is very traditional mid European Service fast and friendly 
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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.