You, the dog as your guide, and the early morning mist - truffle hunting is a unique experience and one for the bucket list! This season's truffle hunts have been incredibly popular and most have sold out!
All of our hunts are now sold out, but we can organise a private group hunt in the next two weeks - email us at email@example.com for details.
Truffle Hunt Locations
The Truffle Paddock is Truffle Melbourne founder Nigel Wood's truffiere in Grantville. Surrounded by indigenous trees, native birds and wildlife, hunt for black and white truffles with Melbourne's favourite truffle hunting dogs 'Spice' and 'Arrow' as your guide.
Black Cat Truffles offer a slice of truffle heaven, with views overlooking the Creswick State Forest in the horizon. Put on your gumboots, rug up in your winter woolies and head off on an adventure hunting for Black Winter Truffles with truffle dogs Ella, Harry and Narla as your guides.
Visit Red Hill Truffles on the Mornington Peninsula and be charmed by Jenny and her super sniffer truffle dog Thomas as they lead you through the oak and hazelnut trees. With more than twenty hunts and events throughout the season, you'll have plenty of opportunities to taste, smell, photograph, purchase and even devour freshly harvested truffle.
Central Victoria's Truffle Treasures have been hosting events since 2010, bringing people and truffles together to experience the sight, texture, aroma and taste of earth's 'black gold'. Enjoy a truffle hunt with clever canines Abbie and Holly, cooking classes or even a luxury 'Real Housewives of Melbourne' style adventure! Read Time Out Melbourne's review here.
At Wongarra Farm experience a farm tour, truffle hunt with Riley the truffle dog and a light lunch in one of Victoria's oldest truffieres, situated in the Southern Otways and overlooking the ocean. The farm also produces free-range Wessex Saddelback pigs, Welsh Black cattle, Suffolk sheep and pastured chickens!