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Eureka Farm, Scamander

(4.4/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Things can't get any better with regards to fresh fruit and what you make out of them. Not just the pure fruit are lovely, but the other stuff is surely to die for, let it be the cakes, the pavlova or...  more »
  • We got some good local travel advice here and the fruit and jam we bought was good quality grown on the property 
  • We stopped by Eureka farm on our way north and we were so excited that we came back the next two days, this is food worth driving a little detour for. The choc pavlova is from another planet, extremel...  more »
Google
  • Lovely people on there, my tour guider is a best friend with the farmer, both really friendly and also with the lady Fresh fruits and ice cream labeled as "the freshest in tasmania"
  • Loved this place. Crepe with homemade ice cream recommended. My husband had the omelette and it was great.the owner is very friendly and service is amazing.all fresh fruits and everything is natural and homemade.
  • Love the fresh fruits there and the award winning Apricot ice cream.
  • what an experience, this lady really looked after us. Don't forget to say hello to the dogs they are so friendly. Make sure you try the unique icecream that they make on the premises. It won a prize as Tasmania's best ice-cream.
  • We just came down here for getting ice cream from they makes their fresh fruits. The ice creams are made fruits 40% though!!