Experience the hidden gem in North-West Tasmania

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Mount Gnomon Farm rests against the Dial Range – a tract of wilderness that stretches from Penguin to Cradle Mountain in Tasmania’s north-west.

A beautiful farm experience for all the senses just ten minutes from Penguin. Wander the beautiful gardens before you make yourself at home in front of a French fire in the rustic farm barn. Taste a cider handcrafted from the heritage apple orchard and enjoy something delicious produced from the garden and farm. Wed-Friday assemble your own platter or picnic from homemade free-range charcuterie, pickled garden vegetables and local cheese. On the weekend enjoy a full lunch service. Bookings are essential on weekends as the farm can be booked for private events such as weddings. The farm shop also Wed-Sunday, farm tours by arrangement.

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Fire and Mountain Winter Festival
The fire and mountain festival is an opportunity to welcome winter in style. It will be held in the barn and our gardens on the 5th of June, running from 4-10 pm.

It will feature internationally acclaimed artists playing with fire including Polynesian fire twirler Lion Tasi and bubble magician Denis Lock.

Sit around a fire pot or the bonfire and be mesmerised by harpist Emily Sanzaro who will be combining with talented Launceston duo the Runaway Belles.

Then get your dancing shoes on as dynamic 3 piece the Chester Draws and the Lowboys will serve up old school toe tappin, chicken pickin, swingin jazzed up blues.

We’re looking forward to setting the barn up for a long table feast. There will be food stalls cooking with fire and a couple of bars showcasing local brews including mulled wine.

It’s our first time hosting a twilight festival and we’re really excited to see the night backdrop showcase the fire artists, along with illustrating how majestic the farm and new barn looks lit up with festive lighting.

So rug up in your winter clothes, toast a marshmallow have a mulled wine, enjoy some hearty yummy food and be enthralled by some amazing performers.

It’s a family affair where we will transform our new poly tunnel into a warm cozy kids/family area where there will be piglet patting and children’s crafts.

Book tickets online to secure your place and for the opportunity to win a winter hamper from the farm.

http://www.trybooking.com/BRJWC