A little bit of drizzle shouldn’t stop you from getting the most out of the day. On the Heritage Highway here are plenty of ways to spend your time and stay dry too!
Fly fishing museum, Clarendon
The Australian fly-fishing museum operates under the National Trust and is housed in a cottage on the grounds of Clarendon, Australia’s finest Georgian mansion.
The Museum collects, cares for, interprets, and displays angling equipment, art and artefacts that explain the traditions and techniques of fly fishing.
OPENING HOURS: 10am – 4pm, Monday to Saturday and Sunday noon – 4pm. Closed July, August and Christmas Day. Entry to the AFFM is $5, or to the whole Clarendon site with a house tour $15. National Trust and Australian Fly Fishing Museum members have Free Entry.More info
Now here’s an interesting way to entertain yourselves and the kids on a rainy day. Get into Skulduggery – a series of three games – crimes that you can solve as you travel the Heritage Highway from Longford to Oatlands. Play the detective game series ‘Skulduggery’ to test your skills as a super sleuth, as a history buff or just for hours of family fun and entertainment.More info
Woolmers is a fascinating historic house just outside of Longford, 20 minutes from Launceston. With an award-winning rose garden, a time capsule of history inside the house, accommodation cottages to stay overnight and a friendly cafe, this place is definitely worth a visit on either a sunny or rainy day.More info