The Shed Restaurant
Our Head Chef Andrew Russell has created a menu that takes you on a culinary journey. Using locally sourced produce, the menu showcases the finest Tassie has to offer.
The original Shed was built on The Mt Nassau property in the early 1900’s and met with it’s demise in the 1967 bushfires. Rathbone Cottage (circa 1820) and the Homestead (circa 1830) were saved and are still used today as our Cellar Door and a private residence. Built in the original Shed’s place was the Shearing and Tractor Shed. This Shed was used by the Hanigan family for both shearing sheep and mechanical work for the property. In 2021 work began on “The Shed” Restaurant, which has been built in exactly the same footprint as the Shearing and Tractor Shed. Many of the table bases have been built with the timber from the Shearing Shed. We hope you enjoy your dining experience
Nestled on the banks of the Derwent River, with the vines all around and steeped in history, ”The Shed” Restaurant offers the most beautiful setting for that very special day.