The Honey Pot
Credit: Nick Osbourne
Your private guide and car will pick you up from your accommodation or Hobart cruise ship terminal and take you up the Southern Outlet to Margate at the beginning of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel. Here you will visit the local favourite, the Margate Train and its array of beautiful shops in railway carriages. You will enjoy breakfast at the Pancake Train Restaurant
Visit Pagan Cider, a boutique Tasmanian cider producer making a unique range of elegant, sparkling, modern style ciders including apple, pear, cherry, strawberry, blueberry, raspberry and quince.
Frank Cider Bar and Cafe is a great stop beside the Huon River to have lunch.
Taste test the wines at Kate Hill Winery.
Last stop within the valley is The Honey Pot, makers of 100% pure Tasmanian honey, nothing added. They have 900 hives which are moved to follow the blossoming flower trail, travelling to Lake Pedder, Bruny Island, the Huon and Derwent Valleys, creating Leatherwood, Bush, Prickly Box and Manuka Honey besides others.
Channel & Huon Valley Tour - Map