Farmstay Accommodation Tasmania. Curringa Farm, an award winning attraction where visitors stay overnight, see sheep shearing, watch farm dogs working a mob of sheep and learn about best practice farming techniques. Travel through the 300 hectare property to look at the farming, cropping and land care activities in the field. There are nine fully self-contained, lakeside spa cottages for travelers accommodation.
Your hosts, Tim and Jane are 6th generation farmers in the picturesque Derwent Valley at Hamilton. Only one hour from Hobart, on the main Highway to Strahan close to Mt Field National Park . (Mountain bike friendly) it is a perfect location for day trips into the Rivers Run Touring Route region.
A very strong ecological focus on the farm with Tim and Jane receiving several awards for sustainable farm management practices over time.
Jane manages tour bookings and runs the accommodation cottages, five of which are newly completed in January 17. All are fully self contained and have luxurious spas or freestanding baths. Jane will delight you with her cooking expertise and is the face behind the globally recognized Royal Danish Sweetheart Cake.
Tim runs the farming side of the operation; growing crops, looking after the sheep and undertaking land care activities. He runs farm tours and enjoys sharing and discussing the property with visitors.
Together with their family Tim and Jane will ensure your visit is both memorable and rewarding.
Australian Tourism Awards 2015. Hosted Accommodation. Bronze Award 2016 Gold Award 2015, Bronze Award 2014
Winner of inaugral China Ready Award. Tasmanian Tourism Awards 2015
Winner of Tasmanian Tourism Awards Hosted Accommodation Section 2014 2015 2016 = Hall of Fame 2016
Winner of the Tasmanian Landcare Primary Producer Award. (National finalist) 2007
Curringa Farm achieved Eco Certification status in May 2007 as part of it’s commitment to sustainable farming
Family Business Australia Awards Fourth generation and over category State Winner, 2005
Sun Pharma, Best poppy crop in Southern Tasmania 2016
Ministers Awards for Environmental Excellence in Sustainable Farming State Winner, 2004
International Acclaim for production of Royal Danish Sweetheart Cake in 2003
FAAST Farmer Awards for Sustainable Farming in Tasmania State Winner, 1994