Join us for an unforgettable experience at Bridestowe Lavender Estate. We’re open all year round for you to enjoy each season, farm cycle and the freedom and space that comes with farm life.
We are a working farm, so we’re busy throughout the year with planting, pruning and making our famous Bridestowe Lavender Estate products.
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CURRENT FLOWER STATUS:
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We continue to welcome visitors to enjoy our shop, cafe, and the beauty of the seasons reflected across the gardens and fields of the Estate. We encourage you to take a self-guided tour to learn about our history and process, chat to our friendly staff, or simply wander throughout the gardens and fields absorbing the expanse and stillness that we enjoy in the quieter months.
General flower season information
The usual time to see the famous view of our lavender in full bloom is from December through to early February, though this can vary slightly every year depending on the conditions of the season. We understand that you would like to plan your visit to see the flowers at their peak, which usually covers mid-December to mid-January, but we are not able to make any guarantees for particular dates as it is all up to Mother Nature.
What we can guarantee all year round is a peaceful atmosphere and the beautiful view of an iconic Tasmanian farm, ornamental gardens and native bushland set against the striking backdrop of Mount Arthur. We offer great coffee, fresh seasonal meals in the cafe and an extensive variety of quality Australian-made gifts in our shop.
Please refer to our front page banner for the most up-to-date information on opening times, ENTRY FEES AND FLOWERING STATUS.
You can walk amongst the flowers and catch their perfume on the cool summer breeze from December until early February, when harvest is completed. See the pure purple buds baking in the sun, watch distillation in action!
Discover every season
March to November
From March to November you can wander the fields to get a first-hand insight into lavender farm life. Our extensive gardens, native vegetation and spring-fed dam are a haven for wildlife and are spectacular at any time of year.
Self guided tour sheets are also available if you prefer to walk at your own pace while you read about the history and beauty of Bridestowe. At least half of the Estate is filled with native vegetation, so you’ll see plenty of local wildlife along with landscape art on your journey through the property.
Parking and Access
Bridestowe has ample parking for cars and coaches and the Visitors Centre is accessible for people with disabilities. When possible, we are happy to organise special access of the fields for visitors with mobility restrictions – please contact us in advance if you have any queries about access for you or your guests. Availability of special access may be affected by weather, staffing and other variables, but we will try our best.