Discover the amazing wines Tasmania's East Coast

Now open in Bicheno on Tasmania's beautiful east coast

Welcome to The Farm Shed East Coast Wine Centre

Subi and Helen at The Farm Shed East Coast Wine Centre

The Farm Shed East Coast Wine Centre is THE place to learn about, taste and purchase the East Coast’s amazing wines. It showcases the magnificent vineyards of the region and incorporates wine-tastings and sales from all East Coast region vineyards as well as fine Tasmanian whisky and gin and a retail gallery for Tasmanian art and design.

A multi-use building inspired by an old farm shed, the Wine Centre is located on the southern entrance to Bicheno on the Tasman Highway. The Farm Shed is the latest venture for Subi Mead and Helen Bain who have many years’ hospitality experience, starting with the renowned cafe The Left Bank in Swansea.

East Coast Wine tastings and to enjoy by the glass

We have 24 wines available every day for tastings and to enjoy by the glass, so drop in and discover the incredible wines of Tasmania’s East Coast wine region.

Opening Hours

10am-4pm Daily

We live in interesting times, and occasionally circumstances beyond our control necessitate a closure at short notice. Please keep an eye on this page and on our Facebook and Instagram pages for updates.


Check ins and masks are no longer required, but we still have plenty of room to maintain social distancing. We also have thorough cleaning practices and plenty of sanitiser and soap available.

Morning Coffee from Gather Espresso

Luke from Gather Tasmania serves fresh brews from our Coffee Window here at The Farm Shed on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings 7.30-10am (check his Instagram for updates and holiday hours).


The Farm Shed East Coast Wine Centre is at 53a Burgess Street, Bicheno, on Tasmania’s beautiful East Coast.

The Farm Shed East Coast Wine Centre, in Bicheno on Tasmania’s East Coast


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