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  • Glass Manifesto

    859 Hobart Road, Breadalbane

    The gallery is conveniently located within minutes of Launceston airport and only a short drive to the centre of Launceston. Situated within a working hot glass studio the gallery represents the most extensive and diverse range of handmade glass in Tasmania. You are welcome to visit the gallery, meet the artists and gain an insight…
  • Sharmans Wines

    175 Glenwood Road, Relbia

    Sharmans Wines - Premium Tasmanian wines from the picturesque Tamar Valley. Located in Relbia just south of Launceston (15-minute drive), on the banks of the North Esk River, this local family owned and operated vineyard is a member of the Tamar Valley Wine Route and producer of many award winning wines. Established in 1986 by…
  • Evandale Market

    Falls Park, Logans Road, Evandale

    The Evandale market is a popular country market in historic Evandale in Tasmania's North. Come and be a part of one of Tasmania's favourite markets with over 100 stalls, including a wide range of wares from high quality crafts to bric-a-brac for every budget. There are also plenty of food stalls and children's amusements. Evandale…
  • Blenheim Gallery and Garden

    733 Cressy Road, Longford

    On the outskirts of Longford, just 30 minutes from Launceston, Blenheim Gallery and Garden is a unique Tasmanian experience showcasing artist works in a country garden setting. Exhibitions are held throughout the year with a range of artists works. With ten acres of gardens and stunning rural outlook, it is easy to spend an hour…
  • Campbell Town Museum and Visitor Information Centre

    75 High Street, Campbell Town

    The Campbell Town Museum and Visitor Information Centre is at Campbell Town, in Tasmania's Northern Midlands. It is the halfway point between the north and south, and is an ideal place to meet for a picnic or lunch. The Campbell Town Museum is housed in the town hall, having moved from the court house in…
  • Poatina Golf Course

    Poatina Resort Village, Poatina

    Poatina Golf Course is a nine-hole 18 tee course with beautiful mountain views, located in Northern Tasmania. The 18 tees add variety, and the small raised greens make this relatively short course a golfing challenge. The 6th hole (a 389 metre par 4) requires a long accurate drive and long second shot to a small…
  • Tasmanian Honey Company

    25A Main Road, Perth

    Visit The Tasmanian Honey Company's gift shop and enjoy free tastings, in Perth, Northern Tasmania. The Tasmanian Honey Company began in 1978 as the concept of Julian Wolfhagen, a beekeeper with a profound passion for Tasmania, its wild forests and the honey that they produce. Today Julian employs more than a dozen staff and exports…
  • Clarendon

    234 Clarendon Station Road, Nile

    Clarendon one of Australia's grandest houses set in a parkland on the banks of the South Esk River. The heritage walled gardens and colonial outbuildings, all convict built are a part of the not to be missed experience. The Australian Fly Fishing Museum embraces the joy of fresh water fishing in Tasmania with interpretation on…
  • Longford Golf Course

    16 Chatsworth Lane, Longford

    Longford Golf Course is a popular well maintained 11 hole course near Launceston, Northern Tasmania. The par 71 course boasts lush fairways and good greens. There are 11 holes, seven of which have alternate tees. There are two separate final holes that allow for finish in front of the club house. Visitors are welcome. Ladies…
  • Ross Female Factory Historic Site

    Cnr. Bond and Portugal Streets, Ross

    The Ross Female Factory, erected in 1833, is located in the town of Ross, Tasmania. It was initially built to house the convict chain gains employed on the Ross Bridge. The Ross Female Factory is one of four female factories built in Tasmania. Between 1847 and 1854 it operated as a probation station for female…
  • Brickendon Historic Farm and Convict Village

    236 Wellington Street, Longford

    Part of Tasmania's World Heritage Convict Sites, Brickendon Historic Farm and Convict Village is located just outside Longford, in northern Tasmania. Built by William Archer in 1824, the village is still owned by his descendents. You have a rare chance to see the convict-built Gothic chapel, Dutch barns, chicken house, blacksmith shop and tool shed.…
  • Tasmanian Wool Centre

    Tasmanian Wool Centre, 48 Church Street, Ross

    The Tasmanian Wool Centre, in the Midlands historic village of Ross, is a leading attraction promoting the values and qualities of wool to visitors. Together with one of Tasmania's largest retail areas dedicated to woollens, there are informative, well-presented museum galleries in which to explore the wool industry beginnings and heritage of this fascinating and…
  • Australian Fly Fishing Museum

    234 Clarendon Station Road, Nile

    The Australian Fly Fishing Museum at Clarendon collects, preserves, protects and celebrates the art, the craft and the joy of fly fishing. Come and see intriguing artifacts that tell the story of the traditions and techniques of fly fishing. The museum promotes the values of fly fishing, especially respect for the habitats of fly responsive…
  • Gallery 81

    81 High Street, Campbell Town

    Gallery 81 is a unique art experience that combines the owners love of art with their love of Tasmania. Artist in residence, Luke Harvey, has produced a permanent exhibition of 81 oil landscape paintings that are beautifully interlocked across the gallery's 30 metre wall. This permanent exhibition is not for sale but there are 42…
  • Bundaleera Vineyard

    65 Correa Drive, Relbia

    Bundaleera is a picturesque vineyard producing Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling in Tasmania's north. The two-hectare (five acre) vineyard is nestled in a small valley on the southern escarpment of the North Esk River. This provides a wonderful micro-environment for growing premium grapes and a beautiful and tranquil setting for enjoying wine. Visit and sample…