The place where the indulgence is lavender...
Sitting gently in the lovely Tamar River Valley at Rowella, just 38 kilometres from Launceston on the scenic Tamar Valley Wine Route.
This innovative niche business that is focused on the uses of lavender was established in 1991 inspired by a passion for lavender and the natural therapeutic values of herbs. Steady painstaking research and development over nearly 25 years has resulted in a generous range of contemporary personal body care products, simple natural remedies and perfumery plus, fragrant home care, all enhanced with the natural benefits of pure Tasmanian lavender.
The focus and winning points of difference for visitors are the perfumery manufacturing area with viewing window, gift shop and free sampling.
There is no entry charge for casual admission.
OPEN from 10am - 5pm Monday - Friday.
CLOSED Christmas Day (Dec 25) and Easter Friday.
Open only by appointment during July & August.
The place where time stands still...
These all are still manufactured on site at Rowella; now in our new PERFUMERY building.
Your original favourites from Lavender House are still available, now, online also. The same smiling faces still greet you, now, 25 years older. Explore our ranges now, enjoy the difference now. From all of us at Now Organics Pty. Ltd., welcome.
Courier delivery is free for orders over $85.00, or a flat rate of $10.00 Australia wide. International orders do incur additional costs.
Tasmania's only working perfumery...
Meet the Master Perfumer and view our working gallery and distillery. Browse the gift shop, learn about the theraputic qualities of lavender, try free samples, smile at our friendly staff and experience a truly fragrant haven 'far from the madding crowd'.
Our large collection of different species and varieties of lavender plants provides extra interest to your unique Tasmanian PERFUMERY experience.
Entry is free - ALWAYS
October 2016: The extraordinary amount of rain since June has hindered the work of planting, mowing and tidying the outside areas and some lavender plants are looking almost drowned. We will just have to hope that they can survive in the soaked ground
The early spring explosion of the very old purple Lavendula stoechas lavenders show up well against the lush green of the rain soaked and boggy grounds
The summer Lavendula angustifolia plants should be ready to show their lovely faces again in November.
Lavendula intermedia and Lavendula dentata should show their flowers in blues and whites again until the end of January.