We're seeking versatile front of house staff to join our team for a busy summer season of festivals and events along with a chef. There is two roles including the opportunity to work front of house, in the kitchen and in the garden on one of the most picturesque farms in Tasmania. There is an element of farm work so the work can contribute to 88 days. There could be casual, part time of full time work available depending on the skills of the applicant.
There is plenty more information about our farm and activities on our facebook and instagram pages.
If you would like to submit a reference or have any questions please email to
Basic accomodation could also be included on-farm.
Postcode: 7316 (Penguin, Tasmania)
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Mount Gnomon Farm
Member since: April 2017
Our farm rests again the backdrop of the stunning Dial Range just south of Penguin. Our story starts over 11 years ago where we set out to promote ethical farming and become Tasmania's first free range commercial pig farm. We supported rare breeds selling free range pork products into some of Australia's finest restaurants. The farm and business has now developed and evolved into something much larger than we ever anticipated. In addition to an on farm butchery it has an on farm restaurant and a new barn for functions and events. This combined with beautiful gardens and a 1000 tree cider orchard has made it become both a beautiful event space and place to visit.
The farm has had a focus on not only producing ethical produce but engaging the community in the story behind the produce. This is why the farm regularly has open days and farm tours.
Hospitality, Travel & Tourism