- Launceston, Tamar and North, Tasmania
- 03 6362 4130
323 Montana Road
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41 Degrees South Salmon & Ginseng Farm is a family run sustainable inland farm and unique tourist attraction located in the heart of Tasmania's North near Launceston and Devonport. A 45 minute drive from Launceston brings you to the farm and wetlands near Deloraine. The farm grows Atlantic Salmon and Ginseng varieties in natural conditions. Open 7 days a week for free tastings and self-guided tours, gift shop and light lunches.
When taking a tour around 41 Degrees South, people can experience farming in a natural setting. Salmon are grown in fresh waters, which flow, gravity fed, into the salmon tanks and through natural and man-made wetlands. The farm was carved out of of willow and gorse infested scrub in 1998. A patchwork of wetland grasses, freshwater ponds, dykes, wetlands, marshes and fen set along the western creek rivulet. The wetland was not only created to attract a wide variety of birds, it′s aim was to also be used as a natural biofilter for the salmon farm. There is always something to see here as changing seasons bring different birds and give them a place to feed, breed, nest and rest. Things to do at our farm include a self-guided tour of the farm and wetlands wandering past the fresh water salmon ponds, ginseng nursery, boardwalk through wetlands and viewing area of Montana Cascades.