41º south tasmania

41º South Tasmania is a family run Salmon and Ginseng Farm located in the heart of Tasmania’s north, just outside of Deloraine. The farm was slowly carved out of a willow and gorse infested block of land and made into what it is today. Initially, the property was bought to grow ginseng with the salmon coming a few years later. Each year the family develop new products to add value to their salmon and ginseng, and are continually thinking of new ideas to make their farm an amazing place to visit.

On the farm the salmon are grown in concrete tanks using the fresh waters from the Western Creek Rivulet. The water flows from gravity fed pipes down the lower half of the Montana Falls, into the salmon tanks and through a natural and man-made wetland. The wetland acts as a natural biofilter for the fish waste and is home to a plethora of native flora and fauna. By farming this way it has no negative impacts on the environment.

The salmon are hot-smoked on site and delicious products are made using an artfully crafted brine of secret herbs and spices. These products include hot smoked baby salmon, boneless snack portions and fillets and also a salmon rillettes spread.

Ginseng is a medicinal herb used as an immune system booster and is native to China, Korea and North America, but Tasmanian’s climate is ideal for growing the herb which is made into a wide range of products from an essence to honey, spices, nougat and chocolates.

The farm is open to the public 7 days a week for self guided farm tours around the farm and wetlands and light café lunches and a small shop front so you can take some of their wonderful products home.

Ziggy, Ben and Charlotte Pyka
323 Montana Road, Deloraine TAS 7304
p: 03 6362 4130
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w: www.41southtasmania.com
Open: 9.00am - 5.00pm, 7 days a week November - March
9.00am - 4.00pm, 7 days a week April - October