A large rustic barn surrounded by green pastures and old wooden outbuildings, Willie Smith’s Apple Shed is the home of Willie Smith’s Cider. It’s a place to learn about the history of the Huon Valley and its apple industry, while enjoying food made in our kitchen from local and regional, seasonal and sustainable produce. The shed is a hive of activity year round. Keep up with the latest on our Facebook page or read below.
Sundays at the Apple Shed are all about good food, live bands and delicious beverages. Grab a table outside and enjoy the sunshine, or keep warm on those cold winter nights inside the shed while making the most of the second day of the weekend!
To find out who is playing at the next Sunday Session, follow our Events Page on Facebook.
Willie Smith’s are proud to showcase Huon Valley and Tasmanian growers and local artisans, with an ever-changing variety of produce, gourmet nitrate free pork products, honey, baked goods, condiments, jams, pickles and preserves. Also featured at the market are local handmade ceramics, hand crafted wood products, soaps, skin care and quality leather goods.
The Willie Smith’s Apple Shed kitchen is open from 10am with breakfast and awesome coffee every Saturday and Sunday.
Take a tour through the Apple Museum and learn about the rise, fall and recovery of the once infamous ‘Apple Isle’ of Tasmania and the Huon Valley, which was at its heart. The self-guided tour takes around 20 minutes to complete and costs a gold coin donation.
Our menu is crafted with produce from local providers, meaning it’s quality, delicious and showcases the best of southern Tasmania. If salmon from the purest water on earth, or cheese made from the happiest sheep you’ve ever seen, sounds like something you’d enjoy, make sure you pay us a visit.
We produce an aged apple brandy from our still, in the same style as Calvados. We also produce a lighter apple spirit, Charles Oates Apple Blanco, a delicately flavoured spirit which you can learn more about below.