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Tasmanian Seasonal Produce Guide

Tasmania’s bountiful supplies of fruit are renowned for their delicious flavour and are recognised by food connoisseurs across the world.

Our mild temperate maritime climate provides the ideal environment for slow maturation and flavour development.

The state’s topography and geography allows for niche micro-climates throughout the state and provides a diversity of produce to be harvested from early summer through to late autumn.

The fruit industry in Tasmania is one of the oldest and has shaped the future of many regions, including the Huon Valley and Tamar Valley. Today the Tasmanian fruit industry continues to expand and is focused on providing premium quality fruit to national and overseas markets.

The Tasmanian Seasonal Produce Guide has been designed for locals and visitors to source some of the freshest fruit produce directly from the grower. Grab a bag of fresh apples or cherries, a punnet of delicious berries, or box of seasonal stone fruit and snack on them as you travel around and enjoy the wonderful Tasmanian scenery.

Relax and enjoy your tour around the state and revel in the abundance of delicious fresh fruits grown in one of the most ideal environments in the world.

Download the 2022/23 Guide (PDF, 45MB) 

Physical copies of the guide can be found at information centres across the state, both Spirit of Tasmania ferries and at Launceston and Hobart airports while stocks last.


Advertise in the 2023/24 edition

The Seasonal Produce Guide represents a unique advertisement opportunity for growers, small businesses and agritourism ventures. This year we hope to expand the number of producers we feature with a wider selection of local businesses highlighted. 

Copies of the Guide are sent to all tourism information operations, councils and offices of politicians. As usual, we aim to maximise the reach of the Guide in both hard copy and electronic format.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us via email: admin@fruitgrowerstas.org.au or phone 03 6169 2059.