Award winning and sustainably grown walnuts

High quality, healthy walnuts from the Coal River Valley, Tasmania.

High quality, healthy walnuts from the Coal River Valley, Tasmania.

The freshest, sweetest walnuts you'll ever eat!

Coaldale Walnuts are grown in the Coal River Valley, Southern Tasmania, taking advantage of the cool climate and alluvial soils. Our award winning, sustainably grown walnuts are not only super tasty, they are super healthy. Walnuts are a recognised super food with scientifically established health benefits.

About Coaldale

Coaldale Walnuts was established in 1997, focusing on the Franquette and Chandler varieties.

Buy online

You can buy Coaldale Walnuts in our online store, and we can ship them to anywhere in Australia.

Get in contact

Get in contact with us about larger orders or finding out more about Coaldale Walnuts.

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AWARD WINNING AND Sustainably GROWN

Latest news

Coaldale Walnuts feature in new-release nocino

Now you can also drink Coaldale walnuts! Stefano Lubiana Wines has just released their Occio! Nocino. This Italian liqueur has been made from our Coaldale green walnuts steeped in grape spirit. We love working with other local brands and it’s been great to see our walnuts transformed into something completely different. We visited the winery

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No Coaldale Walnuts Farm Open Day in 2020

We’re sad to say we won’t be able to have our annual farm open day this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We did consider going ahead with strict social distancing measures in place, but the latest government restrictions mean it’s just not possible. And the last thing we want to do is to put

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Recipe: Chunky date and walnut biscuits

These chunky , cookie-like biscuits have been so popular that we’ve had several requests for the recipe. So here it is: Ingredients: 1/2 cup chopped dates 125g butter 1 egg 1 cup wholemeal flour 1/4 cup self raising flour 2 tbs brown sugar 1 tsp baking powder 3/4 cup chopped walnuts Method:Preheat oven to 160

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