Bruny Island Cheese Company, Tasmania

The Bruny Island Cheese Company operates a factory and cellar door at picturesque Great Bay on bruny island in the south of Tasmania.

The facility is open seven days a week.

Bruny Cheese Company stall at Taste of Tasmania
Bruny Island Cheese Company has won
top awards at the annual food festivals in Tasmania.

Bruny Island Cheese Company produces hand-made cheeses and butter, using organic milk from cows and goats, and exports its products to mainland Australia. Bruny Island Cheese Company also makes fine condiments.

The product range includes:

1792 – a French-style cheese

C2 – a classic cooked curd cheese

Lewis – made from goat’s milk

oTTo – a cheese wrapped in locally-made prosciutto

OEN – a cow’s milk cheese washed in Pinot Noir wine and wrapped in vine leaves

O.D.O. – a one day old cheese

Saint – a soft, oozy, surface-ripened cheese

Visit the bruny island cheese company website for more information

top awards for bruny island cheese company

At the 2006 taste of tasmania food festival, Bruny Island Cheese Company won the Best Food Stall award.

Proprietor Nick Haddow said that sales at the Taste had increased 25% over the previous year. They sold more than 400 kilos of cheese, running out of stock on the last day.

At the 2007 festivale food and wine showcase, held in Launceston in February 2007, Bruny Island Cheese Company shared first prize for the best food stall.