National multi-award-winning Curringa Farm is owned by Tim and Jane Parsons, sixth-generation farmers at Hamilton in Central Tasmania, only one hour from Hobart.
Come stay in one of nine self-contained farmstay cottages privately spaced
around the farm. They’re fully equipped, with spa, duo-shower or freestanding
bath cabins for two to five people. Wood fires, electric blankets, TV and DVD player, gas barbecue and spacious viewing decks. Complete kitchens with modern furnishings make a home away from home. Perfect for families or small
groups, or for those seeking a private, romantic place for a honeymoon. Included are generous farm-style breakfast provisions. You can also book in advance for evening meals.
This 300-hectare family farm is three kilometres west of Hamilton, near Mount
Field National Park and the terrific fishing locations of the Highland Lakes. Bring
your fishing rods, boats and bikes! You’ll see some of the farm’s 3000 sheep, opium poppies used for medicine, cabbages, onions and cereals for seed production. For the keen photographer there are conservation forest areas and beautiful vistas. If you’re after the genuine experience, book a tour for an insight into the workings of a genuine Tasmanian farm – you’ll see sheep shearing and
working dog demonstrations, and learn about the forest and crops.
Barbecue lunch/morning/afternoon teas
• 2-hour farm tours with morning tea, minimum 4 people
• 2.5-hour farm tours with lunch, minimum 6 people
• Tasmanian wines, lanolin creams and quality woollen products are available
for purchase in the tour centre gift shop.
Visit them at 5831 Lyell Highway, Hamilton or call 0418 863 337
You can also find them on Curringa Farm or Facebook