As with the seasonal nature of our milking, so is our cheese making, which means that you can only find our cheeses between October and June. Contact us for more information.

Buy Tongola Cheese:

Tongola Cheese can be purchased during our cheese -making season (October through to June) from the Bruny Island Cheese shop in the Salamanca Arts Centre precinct and the Bream Creek Farmers Market (first Sunday of the month, 9am-1pm at the Bream Creek Showgrounds). You can also find Tongola Cheese at the the Hill St Grocer (West Hobart and South Hobart) and the Cygnet Garden Larder. If you’re in the North of Tasmania, Alps and Amici in Launceston regularly stock our cheeses also.

Eat Tongola Cheese:

There are a number of restaurants, bars and cafes that we regularly supply. You can usually find our cheese on the seasonal menus of the following hot eating spots - click on the name to link to their website.

Bangor Wine & Oyster Shed find our Curdy in the menu items and our Pippi on the cheese platter.

Black Cow in Launceston for the best steak and some mighty fine cheese.

Coal Valley Vineyard have a beautiful menu and location. Located close to the airport, this is the first place you should stop in for a crisp white and delightful meal after arriving in southern Tasmania.

Dier Makr this is fun dining at its best. While you’re there, check out Lucinda, the little sister of Dier Makr. She’s very cute!

Etties always support local growers and producers and have only the finest produce on their menu.

Fat Pig Farm learn more about food and food production by signing up for one of their workshops, and feast with them in the stunning surrounds of the Huon Valley region.

Fico are using Pippi cheese (little Zoe cheeses) and they look spectacular. They taste superb.

Frank Restaurant - Scott and his team love our Curdy, and frankly, we love their food.

Franklin Hobart - Analiese is using the Zoe on her desert menu. I have it on good authority that it is a great way to finish a delectable meal.

Freycinet Lodge beautiful food, much of it local.

Grain of the Silos a new restaurant in Launceston that is on our bucket list.

Hamlet Cafe Hobart - so much more than a cafe. They do great coffee and food as well as create opportunity.

Home Hill Winery are doing a baked Bloom. It is so, so good.

Jackman & McRoss use a special, salted version of our Curdy we nicknamed the "crumbly". Beautiful on a savoury danish.

Moorilla Wine Bar at Mona feature the Bloom as the only Tassie cheese on their menu.

Osteria at Stefano Lubiana Wines Chef Brendon has been doing magical stuff with the Curdy. He visited the farm at the end of 2018 and brought some of his Elderflower Goat’s curd which was absolutely divine with fresh berries.

Peacock and Jones - they love our our cheese as much as we do!

Peppermint Bay Hotel are committed to using local produce, and growing their own. They are passionate about our cheese too.

Pigeon Hole Cafe - great coffee, great food.

Port Arthur Historic Site

Pure South and P.S. Bar + Kitchen in Melbourne, located in Southbank are huge fans of Curdy and regularly use it on their menu.

Saffire Luxury Hotel at Freycinet.

Source Restaurant located at Mona have a fabulous menu. 

Stillwater An absolute must if you’re in Launceston.

Summer Kitchen in Ranelagh have great bread that tastes even better with Curdy on it!

The Summertown Aristologist - located in the Adelaide Hills. Great food and natural local wines made by the local talents.

Willie Smith's Apple Shed Goat Cheese and Cider. Who knew? It's such a great match!