Sun. Apr 5th, 2020

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4.The Locals

 

With a population of just under half a million, Tasmanians are renowned for their friendliness. Come and meet the farmers who grow our produce, have a yarn and sample their wares. Chat with berry farmers, boutique cheese producers, beekeepers selling their honeys, stay overnight on a farm such as Curringa Farm and Brickendon Farm and watch the farmers at work. Or have a cooking lesson at the Agrarian Kitchen and see how fresh produce is turned into a gourmet delights.


I made friends with my tour guides and also some of the local sellers. They are real people with great heart and it added more value to my travel experience in Tassie.

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