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Gourmet Food Tours of North-West Tasmania. We offer a small group unique "paddock to plate" experience visiting producers and culminating in lunch featuring some foods from places visited. Four different tours to choose from all showcasing different...more
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Burnie, Tasmania, Australia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Cherie gave us a great tour of Tasmania from Bernie to Stanley. Saw lots of interesting things: tulip farms, honey farm, Drip Falls and park with huge trees, beaches, and Stanley. Cherie was so gracious. We booked later so didn't get a say in where...More

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Reviewed yesterday

Recently a friend and I did a fabulous food and wine day tour with Cherie, starting and ending in Devonport. It was a Monday which made it a bit of a challenge for our guide All of the food stops were unique and diverse with...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had a great day! Cherie's knowledge and advice gave us an insight to the wonders of Tassie. World's best olive oil,The Nut, the coast line, the irises and tulips as weĺl as the best local cuisine. Thanks Cherie.

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Cherie A, Owner at Australian Wild Harvest, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thanks for your review. So glad the tulips were still out at Table Cape and that the iconic scallop pie was a big hit. Enjoy the rest of your Tasmanian adventures.

Reviewed August 31, 2018

We had a fabulous time on the Food Trail day trip. Small size tour allows a little more time at each stop no waiting for people. From Chocolaterie,raspberries,salmon,cheese,olive oil,honey the list goes on. Not only food stops but the scenery was spectacular. We couldn’t have...More

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Cherie A, Owner at Australian Wild Harvest, responded to this reviewResponded August 31, 2018

I am so glad you had a great day. It is always my pleasure to showcase the wonderful producers we have in this area. Doing these tours in winter puts a whole different spin on things and also shows Tassie as not just a summer...More

Reviewed August 10, 2018

In January went on the Australian Wild Harvest Tour with Cherie Allan from Burnie. It was a fantastic tour and with recommend it for anyone. Cherie was so knowledable about the whole area so made in interest tour... Thanks cherieMore

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Cherie A, Owner at Australian Wild Harvest, responded to this reviewResponded August 11, 2018

The Regatta is becoming a regular in Burnie and a tour to Cradle Mountain in January is always a winner. Thanks for your review and I am so glad you both enjoyed the day out with me. It is always a pleasure to show of...More

Reviewed May 20, 2018

Cherie makes the tour. She's knowledgeable and accommodating and we enjoyed the smaller group size. We saw Cradle Mtn and Sheffield murals (both highly recommended) under her guidance, as well as points in between with great information about everything.

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Cherie A, Owner at Australian Wild Harvest, responded to this reviewResponded May 28, 2018

It was wonderful to share the day with you both and glad that we managed to squeeze in a glimpse of a few different areas in the NW Tassie. Cruise ship days are full on, but always fun.

Reviewed April 28, 2018 via mobile

We thoroughly enjoyed our day in Burnie with Cherie. She did an excellent job of maximizing our time and we will always remember the “chessemites” and the leamingtons she provided. We will dial her up when we return for another trip to Tasmania. Well done,...More

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Cherie A, Owner at Australian Wild Harvest, responded to this reviewResponded May 5, 2018

Thanks so much for taking the time to do a review - very much appreciated. I certainly love to hear that everyone had a great day whilst visiting NW Tassie, and thrilled that I get to show off and share with part of the world...More

Reviewed April 13, 2018

If you are travelling to Burnie, probably by ship, Cherie is your first choice for a tour guide. She knows what is where and how long it will take to get there. Cherie is always mindful of time and crafts each stop to maximise pleasure...More

Thank Nathan R
Cherie A, Owner at Australian Wild Harvest, responded to this reviewResponded April 14, 2018

Nathan, I have very fond memories of our day out, and the laughs..... Thank you for taking the time to review your day out with me. I really enjoy sharing this part of Tassie with visitors and appreciate the feedback you have given.

Reviewed March 10, 2018

We had a great day with Cherie. She had a passion of local food and local people. She took us cheese factory, chocolate factory, olive farm and wine and cider tasting. Every places are owned by beautiful local people. beautiful nature food. We were from...More

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Cherie A, Owner at Australian Wild Harvest, responded to this reviewResponded March 17, 2018

Kumi, it was lovely to show you both around and I hope you were not affected by the big wet in North Qld when you got back. Enjoy your purchases and perhaps we will see you back in Tassie again sometime.

Reviewed March 6, 2018

After being on several tours operated by cruise ships and booking independent private operators, I would now only go through a local private operator. When I was on a cruise visiting Bernie before Xmas 2017 I booked with Cherie owner of Australian Wild Harvest. She...More

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Cherie A, Owner at Australian Wild Harvest, responded to this reviewResponded March 7, 2018

After your visit in 2013 when we went to Cradle Mountain, I was delighted that you chose to do another tour with me when you were back here last December. Very happy that you enjoyed the new destination just as much and look forward to...More

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patcbel
March 2, 2017|
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Response from Cherie A | Property representative |
Hello - thank you for your enquiry. I have a listing for the Sirena coming into Burnie on 13 April, not 14 April - assume this is the ship you are on. Unfortunately I am fully booked on that day. Hope you have a wonderful... More
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