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apple-shed

Unique events, Huon Valley style

If you love rustic wooden sheds and you’re after a simple no-fuss event with plenty of cider, then we’re the place for you!

The venue

Located a 25-minute drive south of Hobart in the naturally stunning Huon Valley is a large rustic barn surrounded by green pastures and old wooden buildings. The Apple Shed combines a casual country feel with modern design. It’s a unique venue for your special event.

We can fit up to 200 people for a cocktail-style event, or seated inside we can cater for a 100-person buffet-style dinner – more if you are willing to sit outside.

Kitchen and bar

Our bar is stocked with plenty of Willie Smith’s ciders on tap, including limited seasonal releases throughout the year available exclusively at the shed. We also offer local wines, including Kate Hill and Home Hill wines, independent Tasmanian craft beer and a selection of non-alcoholic options. We offer beverage packages to functions of all sizes.

We had a wonderful night at The Apple Shed, and no doubt we will have many more in the years to come. Your staff were just wonderful and we appreciated all they did for us in running a perfect event. - Michelle & Brett

Weddings

A day to remember

If you’re looking for a beautiful rustic Tasmanian venue for your wedding, the Apple Shed is perfect. You can hire the venue exclusively, and this includes beverage staff, set-up and cleaning, microphone and pa, and all existing furniture.

To check availability and talk to someone about planning your wedding, please enquire below.

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Corporate events

Something a little different

Exclusive room hire and flexible food and beverage packages are available for all corporate and special functions. Use the form below to make an enquiry about holding your next event at the shed.

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Willie Smith's Apple Shed is a ciderhouse, cafe, apple museum and live music venue only 30 minutes drive from Hobart, in the Huon Valley, Tasmania, Australia

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