b'Welcome to the shed door Tasmania provides the perfect environment to grow premiumOpening hours and moreTasmanias bountiful supplies of fruit are renowned for their delicious flavour and are recognised by food connoisseurs across the world. Our mild temperate maritime climatefruit with clean air, select naturalCheck with individual businesses via phone or website for their up-to-date provides the ideal environment for slow maturation and flavour development. environments and abundant waterinformation.The states topography and geography allows for niche micro-climates throughout the supplies.Enquire about:state and provides a diversity of produce to be harvested from early summer through to > Fruit specialtieslate autumn. > Opening hoursThe fruit industry in Tasmania is one of the oldest and has shaped the future of many regionsLocals and visitors can source a wide> Mail ordering fruit or productsincluding the Huon Valley and Tamar Valley. Today the Tasmanian fruit industry continues tovariety of apples, pears, cherries,> Cafe, accommodation or otherexpand and is focused on providing premium quality fruit to national and overseas markets. berries and stonefruit from a vastproperty facilitiesThe Tasmanian Seasonal Produce Guide has been designed for locals and visitors alike to> Credit card facilitiessource some of the freshest produce direct from the grower.Grab a bag of fresh apples,array of fruit growing districts across> Preserves, ciders and juicescherries or seasonal vegetables, a punnet of delicious berries, or a box of seasonal stone fruitthe state.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 and vegetables grown in one of the most ideal environments in the world.262 Argyle St, North Hobart TAS 7000, Australiawww.fruitgrowerstas.org.au(03) 6169 2059Tasmanias seasonal fruit guideJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JuneApplesApricotsBlackberriesBlueberriesCherriesNectarines AS4801PeachesPearsPlumsRaspberriesStrawberriesPage Heading | 2Page Heading | 3 TomatoesPhoto credits: Brand Tasmania, Spreyton Fresh, Joshua Vince Photography, Blue Hills Honey, Strathlyn Estate Vineyard, Hillwood Berry Farm, Tru Blue Berries,DM Jennings & Son, Willie Smith, Holm Oak Vineyards, Sheffield Berry Gardens, Anvers, Saffron Flowers, Aus Hop Products, Stefano Lubiana, Christmas Hills, Daly Potatoes, Milton Farm, Reid Fruits, OE Hansen & Sons, Scott Bros, Hansen Orchards, Priory Ridge Wines, Franks Cider, Pagan Cider.'