Spring Bay Mill August 2020 Newsletter

Cherry trees are blossoming, mother earth is warming, all those tiny critters are emerging…

We are inviting you to celebrate all of the above with an Open Day at The Mill this Saturday, 29th of August from 10:00am to midday. Be our guests for a cup of coffee and a guided tour. We especially welcome bearers of big ideas and potential collaborators. This unique space is just itching to be filled to over-flowing with events, workshops, retreats, happy times….

While we’d love to have the lot of you just turn up, our Covid-safe protocol demands that you register here so we can manage your enjoyment in the nicest possible way.

In Horticultural News, the recent wet spell on the east coast has endowed us with the steady, soaking rain that has been absent for years. Long-suffering, drought affected mature trees are now looking like youngsters again. And if you haven’t been onsite for a while you won’t believe the glorious foliage emerging.

Our fabulous organic produce continues to go gangbusters. Grown by Spring Bay Mill products can be ordered online or we’re now at the wonderfully different Fern Tree Tavern in Hobart every Saturday from 9am to noon. More than just a Tavern with log fires and an eclectic crowd, it is also the stepping stone to adventure up the Mountain.

Bookings are now open for a fascinating three day Photography Workshop (16-18 Oct) led by none other than Cam Blake. This workshop is focused on Maria Island and all of it’s hidden beauty. If you love nature and photography, places are very limited so sign up here

In the news
40 South Magazine, Back to the Calm by James Drybrugh.
Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend, Material girls: meet some of the Apple Isle’s most intriguing designers feature furniture designer Laura McCusker.

What else is on at the Mill


Momentum Ensemble

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of Voices-
Tenzin Choegyal

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A Night
at the Mill – Festival
of Voices

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