We invite you to step up and get your hands dirty.
Whether you’re coming for a business event, school camp, wedding or other occasion let us provide a bespoke itinerary of experiences before, during or after your event.
Contact us to add experiences to your next event here at Spring Bay Mill.
The process of renewing this former industrial site means Spring Bay Mill is a veritable feast of on-going horticultural projects — forest regeneration, grasslands and wildflowers, rare species propagation, organic food production, worm farms and beehives.
Our highly experienced team offer a range of bespoke seasonal experiences from horticulture tours and demonstrations to hands-on workshops and tree-planting ceremonies.
The traditional owners of this unceded land are the paredarerme people. The ancient middens found at Freestone Point are a reminder that this has long been a place for people to gather, feast and share culture.
We work closely with NITA Education to create authentic Indigenous culture and learning experiences — Welcome to Country, smoking ceremonies, Indigenous history and culture tours, bush-tucker workshops and more.
By up-cycling and repurposing the remains of a once destructive industry into beautiful, functional event spaces, we have woven the past into our present and our future.
Our guided site tours take you through the relics of our industrial past, following the journey of the millions of trees transformed into wood chips and on to the fascinating story of how The Mill was acquired and transformed into what it is today.
These tours inspire discussion around transformation, regeneration and the power of creative activism.
Steeped in layers of Indigenous and colonial history, wukaluwikiwayna/Maria Island is a uniquely preserved National Park with rare geology, historic buildings, miles of white sandy beaches and a plethora of wildlife.
Spring Bay Mill is uniquely situated with easy access to Maria via a 30 min ride in our private vessel.
We offer half and full-day guided excursions to explore all parts of the island via hikes, bike rides, boat tours and swimming.
Experience wukaluwikiwayna/Maria Island in a new way with an adventure packed with storytelling, snorkeling and bikes.
We work with Tasmanian E-Bike Adventures to guide guests in deepening their connection to nature and the local landscape through bespoke group riding experiences on Maria Island and its Marine Protected Area.
Food & Drink
It wouldn’t be a trip to Tassie without sampling some local booze. We offer whiskey, gin and wine tasting experiences as well as tours of local wineries and distilleries.
Our in-house chef Michael Santamaria offers garden-to-plate workshops as well as plenty of local produce tasting.