over 40 delicious flavours  

Here at Van Diemens Land Creamery, we understand that everyone is different. We have different tastes, dietary requirements and 'favourites'. To ensure you don't miss out on having a scoop of our handmade happiness, we make over 40 flavours for you to choose from. Every day we offer 14 flavours at our cafe, and each day you come in they will be different. If you're lucky, you might even be able to see how it's all made through our production room window.

So what do we have to offer?

Ice Cream

  • Banana Honey Macadamia (GF)
  • Banana Nutella (GF)
  • Raspberry Ripple (GF)
  • Boysenberry Ripple (GF)
  • Blackberry Ripple (GF)
  • Cafe Latte (GF)
  • Caramelised Fig (GF)
  • Ginger (GF)
  • Nutella (GF)
  • Peanut Butter (GF)
  • Pear, Cinnamon and Ginger
  • Pepperberry Leatherwood Honey (GF)
  • Salted Caramel (GF)
  • Strawberries and Cream (GF)
  • Truffle (GF)
  • Whisky Cream (GF)
  • Vanilla Bean (GF)


  • Bubblegum
  • Chocolate (GF)
  • Choc Berry (GF)
  • Choc Cherry (GF)
  • Choc Coconut (GF)
  • Choc Hazelnut
  • Cookies and Cream
  • Hazelnut (GF)
  • Honeycomb Crunch 
  • Liquorice Allsorts 
  • Mangoes and Cream (GF)
  • Mint Choc Chip (GF)
  • Olive Oil, Lemon and Rosemary (GF)
  • Pistachio(GF)
  • Swiss Caramel Macadamia (GF)
  • Tiramisu
  • Rum and Raisin (GF)
  • White Chocolate (GF)
  • White Choc Chip (GF)

Sorbet (dairy-free)

  • Blackberry (GF)
  • Blood Orange (GF)
  • Boysenberry (GF)
  • Green Apple (GF)
  • Kiwifruit (GF)
  • Lemon (GF)
  • Lime (GF)
  • Mandarin (GF)
  • Raspberry (GF)
  • Salted Lime (GF)
  • Strawberry (GF)
  • Watermelon (GF)



(GF) - Gluten-free


The differences between gelato and ice cream are:
  • Gelato has a lower percentage of fat compared to ice cream. Technically, ice cream must contain higher than 10% milk fat. If it is below, it is closer to gelato.
  • Gelato has less air than ice cream, making it more dense and milkier. The extra air in ice cream, however, makes it lighter and fluffier.
  • As gelato is more dense, it is often served at a slightly higher temperature as it is slower to melt.