From 5-7 March 2018, the HIN had a study tour to Tasmania, attended by representatives of 10 industry organisations.  The tour included visits to Fruit Growers Tasmania, Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture/University of Tasmania at Sandy Bay campus, Sorell Fruit Farm, Kates Berry Farm, Webster's Swansea Walnut Orchard, Hazelbraes at Hagley, TIA Vegetable Research Centre at Forthside and Botanical Resources Australia.

Sorell managers

Sorell Fruit Farm: Steve (Farm Manager) & Bob (former owner)

Pick your own strawberries Sorell

Sorell Farm - 'Pick your own' strawberries

Nashi fruit Sorell

Sorell Farm - Nashi fruit

Sorell Fruit Farm

Sorell Fruit Farm - Season availability of fruit for picking

Kates Berry Farm

Kate's Berry Farm, Swansea

Webster's Swansea Walnut Orchards
Webster's Walnut Orchards, Swansea
Farm Manager Websters
Farm Manager, Webster's Swansea Orchards
Michael Lang Websters
Michael Lang, Principal Scientist, Webster's Walnut Orchards
Walnuts Websters

Walnuts - Webster's Swansea Orchards

Hazelbrae
Hazelbrae at Hagley - Hazelnut orchard
McLeods Hazelbrae
Christie & Michael McLeod - Owners Hazelbrae at Hagley
Hazelnut harvester
Hazelnut harvestor - Hazelbrae
Hazelnut Hazelbrae
Hazelnuts - Hazelbrae
Pyrethrum Stuart
Pyrethrum crop - Stuart Coles, Botanical Resources Australia, Forthside
TIA Veg Research
Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA) Vegetable Research Facility, Forthside
Forthside Vegetable Farm
Forthside Vegetable Research, TIA
Mark TIA hemp
Mark Boersma, Senior Horticulturist, TIA - Hemp trials for grain & fibre, Forthside