Discover the amazing wines Tasmania's East Coast

Now open in Bicheno on Tasmania's beautiful east coast

Welcome to The Farm Shed

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Subi and Helen

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, a retail gallery for Tasmanian art and design, and a post office.

A multi-use building inspired by an old farm shed, it 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.

Opening Hours

Wine Centre – Open 10am-4pm, Monday-Friday

Due to the current situation with this wretched virus, The Farm Shed is still open with reduced hours, but we are unable to offer tastings or let you sit down with a glass of wine:-(

However visitors are still welcome to explore the East Coast Wine Region via our displays and browse and purchase wine, spirits, art and design along with our range of Easter goodies. There is plenty of room to maintain social distancing:-)

Online sales

If you need some wonderful East Coast wine to ease the social distancing, we can help and ship it to your door. Call us or visit our online shop.

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Post Office – open Monday-Friday 10am-4pm

As an essential service, the Post Office is opening Monday-Friday 10am-4pm (closed public holidays).

Gather espresso window – open Friday-Tuesday 7.30-10am

Some good news – Luke is still able to serve take away coffee.

What our customers say about us


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

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


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