Latrobe attractions

Food in Latrobe

House of Anvers

Fudge and truffle, milk and dark – every taste is catered for at this chocolate factory just out of town. Visitors can watch chocolates being made (weekdays only), enjoy tastings in the salesroom off the car park, a…
Brewery in Latrobe

Spreyton Cider Co

Around 6km west of Latrobe along the B19 and C146, this company produces some of Tasmania's best-loved apple and pear ciders. Visit its modern tasting shed to sample its range of six ciders, one ginger beer and one …
Historic Building in Latrobe

Sherwood Hall

This historic cottage (c 1850) near the river was built by a remarkable pioneer couple, ex-convict Thomas Johnson and his wife, Dolly Dalrymple Briggs, who was of Aboriginal and English descent.
Farm in Latrobe

Cherry Shed

As the name suggests, this place at the Bass Hwy entrance to Latrobe showcases local cherries. It's only worth visiting during the short cherry season (December to mid-February), when there are plenty of opportuniti…
Museum in Latrobe

Court House Museum

Manned by volunteers, this small National Trust museum in a court house building dating from 1882 is home to a hodge-podge of local memorabilia and photographs.