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Yondover Farm House Cheese Pty Ltd

Visit our unique goat cheesery/restaurant. A rural experience, with free cheese tasting, cheese inspired menu, and a large variety of award winning cheese and wines. Or look for us at Tasmanian markets!

Mike and I, with the help of our son Sam, own and run Yondover Farm House Cheese. Come and visit our cheesery/licensed restaurant showcasing our cheese in a range of cheese platters and other cheese inspired menu items. Try our award winning cheese, sip Tamar Valley wines and sit back and enjoy the rural views to the Western Tiers.

 

At Yondover we grow grass, milk goats and make farm house cheese.  Farm House Cheese is cheese made on the farm, using the milk produced on the farm.  The freshness of the milk and the use of traditional Farm House cheese productions methods result in a true farm house cheese. Whilst traditionally it was the farmer’s wife who made the cheese, at Yondover we all get involved in one way or another! 

Price range average menu – $5-28

Menu includes savoury and sweet cheese tarts, muffins, platters, pizzas and a range of home made desserts, coffee and wine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Details

Phone: Gina 0408 956668 Mike 0457 073802
Contact name: Gina & Mike Butler

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