Tasmanias Pristine South

Page 50 | Tasmania’s Pristine South 2019 The Wall Of Lollies 20 Church Street, Geeveston 6297 1438 • 0437 976 927 HUON VALLEY FUDGE MADE AT The Wall of Lollies Over 30 flavours of fudge and 10 flavours of nougat WE ALSO MAKE 3 Jams 3 Relishes 3 Pickles 3 Chutneys 3 Preserved Fruit H14324 Will it be the unique and charming village atmosphere of the town centre with easy access to everyday amenities, vibrant eateries and craft shops featuring local artists, timber crafts and other wonderful things? Will it be the green rolling hills, striking vistas of the Hartz Mountains and the Huon River, and close proximity to ancient, primal forests that are home to many of the world’s largest trees? Will it be Heritage Park, just The Wall of Lollies, owned by Leonie Ford, is a sweet tooth’s paradise. Located in the centre of Geeveston is Tasmania’s largest lolly shop with an extra sweet staff and a large range of homemade fudge with over 30 flavours and 10 flavours of nougat. Once you experience the 194.5 metres (638 feet) of shelf space of pure lollies, you will understand why this lolly shop is called The Wall of Lollies. Leonie has over 1400 jars of lollies and 73 types of lollies that have been made in Tasmania, along with 40 mouth-watering flavours of jelly beans. There are 110 assorted flavours of homemade chocolate bars, including gluten free. There are lollies from around the world including Dutch, American, English, New Zealand, Australian and of course Tasmanian. The Wall of Lollies even has its own homemade Turkish Delight and 25 flavours of Valhalla ice cream. A recent addition to the wonderful array of goodies is homemade jam from locally grown fruit, pickles, chutneys, relishes and preserves. Just like Nan used to make! You will also find toys, knick- knacks and giftware items at The Wall of Lollies, and EFTPOS is available. What will you love most about Geeveston? Paradise for those with a sweet tooth next to the heart of town, with its resident platypus family, an adventure playground and educational bike track and barbecue huts? Will it be the warmth of the Visitor Centre, full of character from Geeveston’s timber heritage with a wood-turner in residence on selected days, a warm fire in winter, friendly and helpful staff and a wide selection of gifts and souvenirs? Or will it be something else? Come and find out. Geeveston is full of surprises. GEEVESTON Tasmania .com We are full of ............... H14282 u Huon Valley