Frank’s Cider House and Cafe is located in the idyllic Huon Valley town of Franklin, just 40 minutes’ drive south of Hobart, overlooking the Huon River.
Free tastings of Frank’s multi award-winning ciders, complement the Huon Valley country style menu full of locally grown produce. Prepare to feast on seasonal delicacies such as smoked salmon from the pristine Huon River, and fresh Tasmanian scallops.
Seasonal fruits are the focus of the dessert menu, with cider featured in many dishes such as Frank’s famous apple cider scones.
Franks Cider is made from apples and pears grown on the Clark family orchard in Franklin where they have been farming since 1836. Naomie Clark-Port, the families fifth generation apple and pear farmer started making Franks Cider, naming it in honour of her grandfather Frank Clark, which has won National awards and sold Australia wide.
Discover the family and regions apple growing history as you wander through their Museum. After lunch take a stroll along the banks of the Huon River and drop into the Wooden Boat Centre or take a cruise along the Huon River.