Leonie and Grant Ford opened a supermarket in Geeveston twelve years ago, and have served the Geeveston community faithfully since then. Two years ago they decided to give the town what it wanted most of all: the biggest, most comprehensive and best organised lolly shop the world has ever seen.
The Wall of Lollies is open every day of the year except Christmas Day, and has some of the most amazing varieties of sugary confectionery you’ve ever seen – and even some sugarless lollies too, just to prove they can cater to every taste.
After your appetite for sugary goodness is satisfied, the Wall of Lollies has more to offer. Valhalla Ice Creams, a local Tasmanian company, provides twenty six flavours, from chocolate to pistachio and even avocado and lavender.
The shop is known for its giftware as well. Wall plaques, teddy bears and all sorts of knick-knacks to capture your imagination. If you want a souvenir of your visit to the Huon Valley, this is the place to see.
Come in to 20 Church Street, on the main street of Geeveston across from the Forestry Centre and down from the post office. You won’t be sorry…
(And if you’re worried about all that sugar, the Wall of Lollies has a solution: spend fifty dollars and we’ll give you a free toothbrush!)