H. Jones & Co. Factory in Hobart, Australia

As you disembark from your cruise ship at Macquarie Wharf, notice the brick warehouse with the words “IXL. Jams, H. Jones & Co, Ltd.” This was part of a large factory complex established by Henry Jones in 1891. The brand became Australia’s leader for jams and marmalade by the time it was purchased by Coca-Cola Amatil in 2005. The historic site is now the Henry Jones Art Hotel, located on Hunter Street. This was Hunter Island when Lieutenant-Governor David Collins landed here in 1804 with the First Fleet of convicts and settlers.

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47 Hunter St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

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