Van Diemens Land Creamery

Established in 2005, Van Diemens Land Creamery was created by a Tasmanian dairy farming family in an endeavour to add value to their milk. Using milk from their farm, Jan and Paul Amourgis began creating some of the freshest ice cream available, with some batches going from cow to consumer in less than 24 hours.

While Paul milked the cows, Jan made the ice cream, and together they attended events such as Agfest, Festivale and the Tasmanian Craft Fair at Deloraine to connect with consumers. Seeing the joy their ice cream brought to others motivated them to expand Van Diemens Land Creamery. They have since moved away from farming to focus on producing the highest possible quality of ice cream. Today, you can find their product throughout Tasmania.

If you're in the north, drop into their café directly attached to the ice cream factory at Elizabeth Town where you can relax with a coffee and an ice cream or try their amazing homemade pancakes. If you’re at the opposite end of the state, their punt on Hobart’s Constitution Dock has your cravings covered. Walk onto the floating ice creamery and soak up the amazing views from a unique perspective.

You can find their 500 millilitre and one litre tubs of ice cream, sorbet and gelato in selected outlets across Tasmania. The flavour options in these tubs include their Pepperberry and Leatherwood Honey Ice Cream, which won Champion Ice Cream at the 2018 Royal Hobart Fine Food Awards.

Van Diemens Land Creamery proudly uses local produce to ensure their ice cream is as Tasmanian as possible – from local berries and leatherwood honey, to Tasmanian peanut butter, olive oil and pepperberries. They believe in producing artisan ice cream using as little additives and preservatives as possible without sacrificing the texture and consistency of smooth, creamy ice cream.

Punt: Constitution Dock, Hobart TAS 7000
Cafe: 10 Christmas Hills Rd, Elizabeth Town TAS 7304
p: Cafe 03 6362 4200, Punt 0448 849 724
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