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Get up-close and personal with the small-scale producers of Mansfield and surrounds on this self-guided farm gate trail. Meet the fine folk who feed everyone's bellies and see first-hand where and how your food is grown and made. Pick up a map in town and wind your leisurely way around the autumn countryside to discover fresh and artisan produce at its source.

Have you ever wondered how capers grow or rosewater is made? Or how goats are milked for some of your favourite Victorian artisan cheeses? Why do those veggies taste so real and delicious? Stock your kitchen with Berkshire pork, heirloom vegetables, capers, chocolates, fresh fruit wines and a bootload more. Don’t forget to pack the esky for all your loot.

Light lunches are available at a number of farm gate destinations.

Participating farm gates include:

Howes Creek Farm, Howes Creek (pork and smallgoods) - light lunches available
Long Lane Capers, Long Lane (capers)
Chocolaterie RenMar, Howes Creek (artisan chocolates)
Delatite Wines, Merrijig (cool-climate wines) - light lunches available
Gough’s Goats Milk, Gough’s Bay (goat milking)
Heirloom Naturally, Mansfield (heirloom vegetables)
Northern Slopes Plantation, Mansfield (fresh fruit wines)
Samaria Farm, Samaria (essential oils and hydrosols) - light lunches available

Content: Tourism North East