We enjoy working with, and supporting other artisan producers
The Timboon Railway Shed Distillery was inspired by the local history to make the town famous once again for its high quality whisky. Drop in to try our products, talk to our distiller and learn a bit more about the colourful history of whisky in Timboon.
Since 1971 Schulz Organic Farms has used biodynamic and organic principles to enhance the vitality of the soil, grasses and animals. No chemicals, hormones, herbicides or pesticides are used on the certified organic farm.
Sow and Piglets Breweries create exquisite hand made craft beers from two locations in the shadows of the 12 Apostles, lovingly crafted by sourcing the best ingredients, unfiltered and with no additives or preservatives.
The fertile green countryside of Timboon offers a picturesque setting for a feast of luscious berries with a difference. Berry World is a pick-your-own berry farm that specialises in the strawberries that you won’t find in the supermarkets.
Aldo’s Olives produce table and oil olives at Cemetery Road Cobden. Owner Alex McDonald retails table olives in a number of varieties including plain, garlic and chilli marinated. Oil is sold in 500ml and 250ml bottles. All product are of the highest quality.
Timboon Fine Ice Cream was established in October 1999 by Tim Marwood and Caroline Simmons. Being a 3rd generation dairy farmer’s son, Tim wanted to add value to their family dairy operation with a genuine artisan brand.
Lana, who grew up on a dairy farm in Naringal surrounded by animals, veggie patches and fruit trees, is the “rhubarb lady” of the South-West. The 100% natural preserves, handmade by Lana under the “Lana’s Garden” label, have one central ingredient: rhubarb.
GORGE Chocolates was established in 2004 in the countryside just minutes from the 12 Apostles. Current owners, Mel & Jason, took over in March 2010 and moved the business to Princetown Road in 2011 and in doing so, committed to being open 7 days a week.
Paul & Terri Nugent first discovered Quince Paste in 1990 whilst they were operating the “Old Emu Inn” Restaurant at Milawa in North-East Victoria. Milawa is a small town just out of Wangaratta best known as the home of Brown Brothers wine makers.