Ashgrove Cheese


This company's cheeses, milk and butter are ubiquitous in Tasmania. Its factory and shop on the highway in Elizabeth Town, 15km north of Deloraine, is a popular stop for locals and tour buses alike. You can watch cheese being made and purchase the result in the large shop. Limited free tastings are also offered.

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