Season Guide

    What's in season 

    Autumn in Tasmania brings harvest time for a wide range of fruits and vegetables.
    Throughout the state you will find a variety of apples and pears at their peak, along with vitamin packed Asian greens and pumpkin. You can spice things up with wasabi and native pepper leaf. 
    We've put together a list of awesome autumn produce inspired recipes below:

    Stuffed Butternut Pumpkin

    Apple Cinnamon Crumble

    Marinated figs with brie


    Tassie winter can be very cold, however the cold is needed to help grow some of our most loved produce.

    In winter you can be sure to enjoy beetroot in all their glory, coupled with Beurre Bosc and Packham pears. Leafy herbs like parsley, mint and sage are all looking to be paired in delicious meals for the family. 

    We've got  some hearty winter recipes to inspire below:

    Beetroot Falafel with Hummus

    Poached Pears with Chocolate Sauce

    Herb and Garlic Roasted Chicken 

    Spring in Tasmania is something special. The days get warmer and longer.
    With the warmer weather of spring we see berries back in all forms, and new season capsicums are pops of colour we all need after winter! There are hazelnuts and walnuts too, plus herbs likes tarragon and dill.


    See our curated spring recipes below:

    Hellenic Mess

    Sourdough with Capsicum Jam

    Seafood Platter with Coriander and Tarragon Salsa Verde

    Hello Summer sunshine! Everything comes alive in Tassie this time of year, so get your taste buds ready.
    Summer fruits abound bright juicy plump cherries, berries and more! Many types of tomatoes are about, as are fresh herbs, making a perfect combination for lunch in the sun.
    See some of our summer recipes here:

    Cherry Melon Mimosa

    Panzanella Salad

    Scallops with Coriander and Lemon Butter Sauce