The Honey Farm Tasmania
It has been a while since I posted any stories on my trip to Tasmania earlier this year. It has been almost five months after trip but yet there are still plenty stories and experiences to share. One of the highlights was the visit to the Honey Farm. Yes, there is a honey farm and they are popular with the Tasmanian Manuka Honey.
The Honey Farm in Chudleigh, located in between Hobart and Launceston.
The Honey Farm is a shop and it is located along the Sorell Street at Chudleigh. The store is not that huge but it is segmented to sections with different honey products.
Panoramic view of the interior of the shop. Taken with Samsung Nx-11, please click to enlarge and view the actual size photo.
Firstly the section of flavoured honeys, if you need some out of the box flavoured honeys, this is the place you can get some as souvenirs, gifts or for your own.
Funky flavours of honeys, something out of the box.
Manuka Honey has a well proven track record for it has unique healing properties and they collect a small amount of Manuka Honey and blend it with Propolis, Bee Pollen, Royal Jelly and Ginseng. It is the first time I hear honey blend with Ginseng but it didn’t taste any hints of Ginseng at all.
Ceci from Hong Kong loved the taste of the Tasmanian honey.
There were also other flavours available such as truffle, orange, hazelnut, cinnamon, stringy bark, cream blue gum, gum, leatherwood, clover and many more. We were definitely spoilt for choices.
You might find it weird but there are skin care products made from honey.
If you think you know much about honey, how about honey skin care products? Yes, pure Tasmania’s honey skincare products available in the store.
Mel Choi from Singapore looking at some of the products. Another panoramic picture taken with Samsung NX-11.
They have lip balms, lotion, shampoo, body soap, crèmes and many more. It is segmented to men care, baby care, foot care, hair care and many more. It is not just innovative but also practicality of using honey as a supplement for daily health care products.
There are also souvenirs and ice cream inside the store. If you are here, don’t go elsewhere to look for Tasmania honey products, this is as good as it can gets. I couldn’t recall seeing anymore honey related products sold in Hobart or Launceston. Get it there to avoid disappointment.
Vivian and Chew from Hong Kong understanding some of the fundamentals of honey making process.
If you want to learn more about Tasmania honey or just honey itself, talk to the storekeeper, they have the right and proper information for you.
Everyone was enjoying themselves in Honey Farm.
Lastly, if you are traveling in between Hobart and Launceston, you can drop by at The Honey Farm for honey tasting or for souvenirs. Honey is good for health so why not taking a pit stop there. Have fun and happy honey tasting!
Summer – October through till March
Sunday – Friday, 9am to 5pm
Closed on Saturdays
Winter – April through till September
Sunday – Thursday, 9am to 5pm
Friday, 9am – 4pm
Closed on Saturdays
The Honey Farm Tasmania Shop Address:
39 Sorell Street, Chudleigh Tasmania 7304, Australia
PO Box 78, Mole Creek Tasmania 7304, Australia
From Within Australia – (03) 6363 6160
From Outside Australia – +61 3 6363 6160
From Within Australia – (03) 6363 1483
From Outside Australia – +61 3 6363 1483