My husband and I dropped by for breakfast this morning and what a pleasant surprise! I had the cheese and chive savoury scones with local tomato relish and aged cheddar and my husband had the poached eggs on cheesy toast with honey ham, which he has the labelled the best breakfast he has EVER had!! It was delicious as was the coffee and we had a great view of the cows heading out of the milking barn. It was all so delicious we made sure we bought some relish and cheese to get us round tassie and back home. Thanks for the great experience! But we didn't get to even ask for said specialty ice cream as we were roundly ignored by all of the 5 counted staff with only us and another couple waiting for coffee in the store for several long and uncomfortable minutes.
Watch the cheesemakers at work, handcrafting the Pyengana cheese. Learn more about how our cheese is carefully made for you to enjoy. We endeavour to make cheese each weekday subject to milk availability. The cheese making process usually occurs between 8am and 2pm. Please contact us if you would like to confirm whether cheese is scheduled to be made on the day of your visit.
Our last day on the Great Tour of Tasmanian and we were travelling from Scamander across the top of Tas back to Devonport to catch the Spirit of Tasmania. We had talked about the Pyengana Cheese factory but had not made plans to visit until we saw the sign on the Tasman Highway. Breakfast and coffee are required.
Posted by Tania Horne Aug 20, It was a good choice! Given the day was a little damp, we were very happy to dry off in front of the wood heater and take in the views of rural pastures, after a brisk walk to Ralphs Falls.