Thorpe Farm Cheese

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John Bignell from Thorpe Farm Tasmanian Highland Cheese, Bothwell, Tasmania

John Bignell from Thorpe Farm Tasmanian Highland Cheese, Bothwell, Tasmania [©Photographer: George Bignell]

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189 Dennistoun Road
Bothwell TAS 7030
Australia
Phone: 03 6259 5678

Thorpe Farm Cheese is located in Tasmania's Central Highlands in the town of Bothwell. Thorpe Farm produces the award-winning Tasmanian Highland Cheeses range of legendary goat and sheep milk cheeses available at quality restaurants and food stores across Australia. The Billy Blue and sheep and cow's milk blues are aged for six months to more than a year.

Thorpe Farm is owned and operated by local legend John Bignell, and his culinary adventures are not limited to cheese alone. Thorpe Farm supplies venison to restaurants, and, after restoring an original water mill on the property supplies freshly milled flour to specialist bakers and chefs.

Thorpe Farm is an innovator in the Tasmanian food industry growing and selling horseradish to local and interstate markets, as well as wasabi (high quality root and leaves) and other specialist vegetables including the exotic black salsify.

The Thorpe Farm Tasmanian Highland Cheese range includes marinated fetta, fresh goat cheeses, white mould goat cheeses, unique goat crottins, goat cheese curd and extends to the renowned range of sheep and cows' milk blue cheeses.

 

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