Opening Times

The Garden Shed and Pantry is located at:

4 Winns Rd., Cygnet Tasmania 7112

Open times are:

Thursday afternoons (2pm – 6pm)

+ Friday mornings (9am – 12noon)

+ by request (by phone or email)

Welcome to GaSP

Welcome to GaSP

See the Products page for things you may wish to purchase.

Pantry

Pantry

We also sell our products at:

The Cygnet Market

1st and 3rd Sundays of the month, all year round

 10am – 2pm,

Town Hall (Mary Street), Cygnet.

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      Kind regards,
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