Hobart & South

Lark Distillery & Cellar Door

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14 Davey Street Hobart TAS 7000

+61 3 6231 9088

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The first licensed distillery in Tasmania, the multiple award-winning Lark Distillery produces Australian malt whisky, rich in character with a big finish. Lark Distillery is very proudly a boutique Tasmanian-owned distillery, dedicated to maintaining its proven high-quality malt whisky and other unique Tasmanian spirits. Tailored whisky tours can also be customised to suit group requirements, and can be held either at the distillery, just 15 minutes from Hobart, or at the Cellar door.

Ideally located on the waterfront of Hobart and once a distillery and bond store, Lark’s Cellar Door offers a fantastic indoor and outdoor function space, as well as a range of speaker/delegate gifts.

The cellar door is available to cater for a range of functions for up to 45 people for indoor cocktail events plus an outdoor terrace. The bar offers a full range of Lark’s own premium spirits as well as a selected range of Tasmanian beers, wines and soft drinks, and an expansive selection of whiskies from around the world.

Experience an exploration of the world of single malt whisky led by a knowledgeable guide at a 45-minute tasting. Learn about the history of Tasmanian whisky, the production of Lark single malts, a copper pot still and highland peat, and receive a thoughtful lesson on whisky tasting in an intimate setting.

Conference

Lark’s Cellar Door is available for offsite dinners, cocktail parties, pre-dinner drinks or whatever offsite event you can imagine. Experiences can be tailored to your group of delegates along with hire of the venue, from an exploration into the world of single malt whisky to an intimate talk with the founder of Lark Distillery, Bill Lark himself.