From her charming store, Kate sells a wide variety of jams and preserves, which flows right into a dessert-focused restaurant (called Just Desserts) which is famous for its ice cream, and nearly as famous for scones and thick berry pies. There are other products that would make for delicious souvenirs, including a "Bubbly Enhancer", which is a raspberry syrup which you'd add to a bottle of sparkling wine, and a line of "adult jams", which are preserves enhanced with spirits -- a blackberry jam made with bourbon whiskey.
Although the shop and restaurant are set right on an almost unbelievably picturesque field of berries and the startling blue waters of Tasmania's East Coast, this is not a pick-your-own opportunity. This is an issue of quality to Kate -- not just anyone is qualified to pick the best berries. "We pick everything when it's ripe, not red," she explained. "When it first goes red, it's not really ripe. We pick by feel." Also, although Kate's kitchen is right on the scene, don't expect a kitchen tour: it's a working kitchen and not one that's open to the public. But do come with an appetite, both for sweets and for stunning scenery. As Kate says, "Tasmania is an eating holiday with views in between."