Located at at 2184 Main Rd Bruny Island, Great Bay, Bruny Island, and we’re open 7 days – 10am till 4pm (April till September), 9am till 5pm (October till March).
They have about 700 hives, and the bees collect a variety of nectar from different floral sources. They take the bees to Lake Pedder, to Bruny Island, and to the Huon and Derwent Valleys, where they collect Leatherwood and Bush, Prickly Box and Manuka Honey.
The honey Pot has a range of Tasmanian honeys and associated products to choose from.
The company has an on-line shop @ http://www.thehoney-pot.com/product
The purity of Tasmania's natural environment, with its wild bushlands, unique native flora and crystal waterways, is just one of the reasons Tasmanian honey is so highly regarded. Tasiliquid Gold Honey, and their market stall, The Honey Pot is a labour of love for Grahame, Jacky and Natalie Wright. They've been keeping bees for over 25 years and have about 700 hives located from the Huon and Derwent Valleys, to Bruny Island and as far away as Lake Pedder. They specialise in Leatherwood and Bush, Prickly Box and Manuka Honeys.Being outdoors and working in some of the most beautiful parts of Tasmania is Natalie Wright's favourite part of working for the family business. "We’ve been selling our Honey at Salamanca for as long as I can remember. It’s so important for us to meet our customers and meet people from all over the world."#discovertasmania #seeaustralia #restaurantaustralia #salamancamarket #hobartandbeyond Discover Tasmania
Posted by Salamanca Market on Donnerstag, 4. August 2016