Needlesdale truffiere in Tassie on the market

Needlesdale truffiere in Tassie on the market
Needlesdale truffiere in Tassie on the market

One of Australia’s top truffiere’s, Needlesdale, around the Great Western Tiers mountain range in the rural farming region of Northern Tasmania, is on the market. 

The property at 110 Trickett Road Needles is spread over nearly 80 ha, with approximately 50ha planted out to oak (potential to plant more) of varying ages up to 14 years old. 

Expected harvest of the prized Black Truffle is between 420 kg to 600 kg, and goes on from late May to mid-September. 

 Needlesdale truffiere in Tassie on the market

Needlesdale can be bought as a going concern, or suited for someone keen to expand into the 'black gold' culinary market. It can also be developed further for tourism subject to council approval.

The property includes a three-bedroom manager's residence, modern machinery shed, Truffiere shed and some plant and equipment.

The Truffiere is close to the historic township of Deloraine, and midway between Launceston and Devonport. 

The property is being sold through expressions of interest closing June 23.

The listing agent is Michael Warren of Landmark Harcourts - Tasmania.

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Tasmania Rural Roperty

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