Food & Drink
The festival is a celebration of the fantastic food and drink available from the amazing producers in Tasmania. There was feasting a'plenty!
Munchies Street Food
Kenichiro Tsuji & Dong Chul (Tasmanian Hotel Association 2016 Chef of the year) combine their unique style and flavours with the freshest and free range local ingredients.
Coal River Farm
Coal River Farm free range whey fed ham and gourmet artisan cheese toastie or three cheese melt with homemade relish
Big Henry’s Food Truck
"American style food truck serving barbecue smoked meats, fried chicken and traditional Canadian poutine"
Coburg & Co
The Coburg&Co family serves up fresh, local and homemade Tasmanian produce in a bun.
Traditional raclette, aligot sauciss, and charcuterie served Tasmanian style, alongside the rest of a cheese-filled menu: get all your grilled cheese here.
Wood Firey Red Head
Wood fired pizza cooked fresh to order using whisky smoked meats and local ingredients.
Everything from luscious cheese fondue, thin sliced Pyengana beef in stout gravy, Mac’n’Cheese pie and maple bacon jam, Cheese Louise have you’re your cheese needs covered!
Alfred Gough Pies
Hobart butcher Alfred Gough – always an adventurer – branched out from butchery and started making pies in 1942. Our new pie varieties combine Alfred’s adventurous spirit with the traditional care and old fashioned approach he and his bakers would have taken in 1942.
Church Hill Brewing
Bradley Churchill, the brewery’s founder, has been a passionate home brewer for the last 20 years. Now he’s taking his love to the next level with top-notch beer!
Beautiful Isle Wines
Beautiful Isle Wines are a tribute to Tasmania's vibrant apple crate art of the 1930's, showcasing delicious wines that are to drink now!
Deep End Farm
Small Sustainable Farm in Geeveston making Bao Zi, a Traditional Chinese Steamed Bun. They grow the ingredients, make the buns and sell them, ready to eat at markets and events around the Huon Valley.
Willie Smith’s Cider
Cider from the best soil and the purest water on Earth
Fat Pig Farm
Hearty farm house far from Fat Pig Farm
Spotty Dog American BBQ
Spotty Dog brewers produce authentic American BBQ using their customer built smoker, served with homemade sauces, pickles and side with a focus on cooking with fire and dude food.
Home Hill Winery
Award-winning wine from a boutique 6 hectare vineyard, situated 5 minutes from Willie Smith’s Cider Shed
Lady Hester make mini sourdough donuts, served warm with Persian inspired flavours
Mountain Pepper Pizza
Mountain Pepper Pizza is all about handcrafted wood fired pizza using the best local produce and serving by the slice!
A Saffron Hearth we create handcrafted Paella infused with the flavours of Tasmania.
Old school hospitality with a modern and ethical approach to Tasmanian sourced food.
The Cake Kombi
Fresh, locally-sourced cakes and desserts, served from a VW Combi.
Two Bud Spur
Two Bud Spur is a boutique vineyard nestled in the heart of Gardeners Bay in the Huon Valley Wine Region
Cold-brew espresso martinis and a plethora of other coffee and hot drink options, prepared with Villino’s own locally roasted beans.
Formally known as Wingseed, Orland Plenty have reincarnated themselves and their menu. Expect delicious vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free mains and sweets, plus brewed herbal teas.