One more week until MOFO!! January 12, 2019

OMG one more week until MOFO! This Saturday The Three Fermented Queens return for the new year with their kombucha, along with Seoul Food, Turkish Tukka, the Wanderlust Food Van, Modo Mio Naked and their decadent brownies, and Langdale Farm. Seven Sheds will be joining us this weekend, along with Brady’s Lookout if you’re in need of a Tasmanian beer or sparkling cider… Read more

Start Your Year The Harvest Way – January 5, 2019

Join us at Harvest Launceston this Saturday to kick off 2019. Start your day and start your year the Harvest way by buying fresh, seasonal produce from your local farmers and producers. For those still craving the fruits of summer, there will be plenty of cherries, berries and apricots available. Look out for heirloom tomatoes making an appearance,… Read more

Dumplings, Berries, Apricots and Cherries – December 29, 2018

This week at Harvest Launceston we are lucky to have a visit from Lighthouse Dumplings who specialise in handmade dumplings using amazing local Tasmanian produce. Regulars SmallGrain and Seoul Food will have speciality pancakes, dumpling, sushi and rice paper rolls. Sweet apricots and cherries will be in increasing abundance with apricots from Penna Valley and cherries from… Read more

Puddings, Porchetta and Penna Valley Apricots – Saturday 22nd December, 2018

This week at Harvest Launceston, the festive Christmas market will be flooded with delicious Christmas puddings from Tasmanian Natural Garlic and Tomatoes and smoked hams, seasoned porchetta roast and other Christmas roasts from Mount Gnomon Farm. We welcome to Harvest for their first pick of the season, apricots from Penna Valley Farm this week. Ready… Read more

Keep Calm, it’s Cherry Season! – December 15, 2018

Cherries return to Harvest this Saturday with Ferniehurst Cherries and Lees Orchard  bringing their early season cherries – hooray!  But it’s not just cherry season that brings the tastes of summer to market as Sheffield Berry Gardens, Westerway and Seven Springs Farm will have their sweet, juicy Tasmanian strawberries, whilst Thirlstane Gardens will have an assortment of their beautiful fresh… Read more