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“Peaceful and relaxing, huge variety of homemade jams and chutney, fresh fruits, homemade ice cream.”
Review of Eureka Farm

Eureka Farm
Ranked #1 of 4 things to do in Scamander
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Owner description: We grow berries, stone fruits apples and pears.Farm stay accommodation now available. (for more info go to our web site) With our fruits we also make prize winning jams, sauces and chutneys which we sell at the farm. But the best reason to come is to try our delicious desserts and Tasmania's best ice-cream which is made on the premises using our own fruit. WiFi available in our cafe. Farm walks.
Reviewed May 12, 2014

Whenever we visit Freycinet National Park, we always drive up to St Helens for their beautiful oysters. This time around we came across Eureka Farm. We decided to visit the farm.

Denis, the part owner of Eureka Farm greeted us. He was very helpful by showing us the different homemade jams, chutneys and sauces. We were able to sample them. We bought a few of the homemade jams and sat outside to have our coffee and ice cream. We had a lovely chat with Denis, an interesting guy who loves hiking. Eureka farm products can be purchased online. Seasonal fresh fruit are also available at this working farm,

If you are in the township of Scamendor, it is worth visiting Eureka Farm.

Thank brettnjess
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Reviewed April 29, 2014

We had breakfast here on our way up to the Bay of Fires.
The owner is a gem and was so lovely to chat to.
We bought a heap of jams and look forward to devouring them.

Thank Sweet_Natalia
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Reviewed April 20, 2014

Had a great experience at the farm, met the owners - had a great conversation plus beautiful apple pie and cake with stunning berries. Highlight of the area, especially picking fresh apples off the tree. Ann the owner even let us use her phone, so lovely! A must stop when visiting the area

Thank TICKLE-PICKLE
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Reviewed February 23, 2014

We were keen for that farm experience we all fantasise about. Where you roll up to that nondescript place by the side of the road and discover all sorts of yummy local baked goods and the beaming farmer and his wife.

Hooray and as it turns out, unusually (in particular for this area which we ultimately named "the tourism area with no service"), we actually found this in this remote part of Tassie. The hosts, Ann and Denis are well travelled and very interesting and have put a huge effort into developing their farm and their offerings.

The farm has a large array of fruit - beautiful raspberries, strawberries, crisp apples, plums and more.They have a vast selection of james and butters including some more exotic offerings, such as their quince butter, which was divine.

We had cakes, scones and yummy homemade ice-cream. We we so in love with the place we went back for seconds and then also bought takeaway, In fact, I'm now sitting in bed with my warm fruit pie writing this. Would have to be the best fruit pie I've had in years! Lots of different summer fruits encased in a moist buttery shortbread crust. Heaven...

1  Thank katelouisemarie
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Reviewed January 7, 2014

We came for coffee, stayed for breaky & left with an array of beautiful fresh berries, jams & chutneys! It's the best coffee in town & we will be back to try some of the house made ice cream & deserts!

Thank natalienoonoo
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