Eat Well Tasmania

At Eat Well Tasmania we engage positively with food, agriculture and aligned industries. This is good for consumers and supports local jobs and livelihoods. We believe that eating seasonally in Tasmania is easy and affordable as well as delicious and nutritious.

We create shareable tools for everyone working with schools, community organisations and events around Tasmanian seasonal food. Eat Well Tasmania also supports applied research, influences policy and engages in advocacy. We use the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating as our guiding nutrition framework.

Our website houses a great and diverse range of resources that help Tasmanians to Eat Well — recipes, Tasmanianp profiles, videos and booklets, interactive cooking tutorials and details on our current project works.

Over recent years Eat Well Tasmania has developed a range of tools and resources to help you to support and encourage healthy eating in your workplace, small business, community and with family and friends.

Our resources include:
– GetFruity every day
– What’s in Season Guides,
– Seasonal Recipe E-Books
– 60 + Healthy recipes featuring Seasonal Tasmanian produce
– VegitUp every day
– Tasmanian Produce Guide
– the Australian guide to healthy eating
and much more

Follow @EatWellTasmania on social media for recipe inspiration, tips & tricks using Tasmanian produce.

Who this service is for

Our resources and support have been developed for All Tasmanians.

We also work with:

Schools (primary/ high)
Community and recreation groups
Local Government
Community houses
Community gardens
Farmers and Producers



Opening Hours

9-5 Week Days

How this service is delivered

  • Call or visit us online

    See our website for our range of online tools and resources or email us at

What's In Season E-Book: Autumn

Autumn brings with it an abundance of delicious fruits and veggies. Apples and pears are perfect for picking along with rhubarb. Root vegetables such as pumpkin and parsnips are in season and leafy greens like kale and spinach.

If you’re not sure what’s seasonally available in Tasmania, we’ve created handy pocket guides and a seasonal E-Book that you can save to your phone and whip out next time you’re at the shop or market.

Updated: 16/08/2022