Houses one of the largest collections of working steam engines in the world.
What started as a family business has now developed into a unique collection of traction
engines, tractors and other agricultural memorabilia.
A great maze for the entire family to enjoy.
Get lost in garden hedge maze and find the centre platform.
Also on display are local art and crafts, containers and other souvenirs.
(Tamar Valley - Riverside)
The Tamar Island Wetlands is an unique urban wetlands reserve just 10 minutes drive from the heart of Launceston in Tasmania's north. An outstanding interpretation centre offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the great value of the wetlands.
(Tamar Valley - Beaconsfield)
Seahorse World provides a unique insight into the mystical, intriguing and lovable seahorse from birth, in a working farm. When touring the working aquarium you will be accompanied by informative guides providing an educational experience. At Seahorse World you will be introduced to the weedy sea dragons and other endangered species.
(Tamar Valley - Beaconsfield)
The whole family can enjoy this fascinating museum with over 30 visitor-activated displays. Includes BBQ, picnic area, park and playground facilities. Place of the 2006 Mine disaster and just a 40 Minute drive from Westbury.
(Tamar Valley - Gravelly Beach)
Visitors are invited to inspect the gallery of contemporary handmade crafts and original Australian artwork. Pieces are also available for purchase. Wine tastings are also offered here in the largest wine-producing region of the state. Artisan Gallery is located in the beautiful West Tamar Valley in northern Tasmania, Australia.
Bowerbank Mill Gallery
The 155 year old Bowerbank Mill displays a fine Art Gallery and Gift shop.
Due to the diligence and love of previous and current owners, (Anne & J.D.)
Bowerbank Mill maintains its impressive architecture — thick stone walls, pit-sawn
beams, and log fire in the six-storey chimney — all create an imposing and charming
(Tamar Valley - Beauty Point)
Situated on the western banks of the Tamar River at Beauty Point, Platypus House offers the rare opportunity to see the unique Tasmanian platypus and echidna in an indoor setting. Thousands of years of isolation now suggest that the Tasmanian platypus is becoming genetically discreet from their mainland neighbours.
Enjoy a quiet country stroll to a forest lookout perched high above the Mersey River, as it flows beneath the Alum Cliffs. 40-50 minute return walk.
Deloraine Museum and Yarns
In the early nineties a massive project involving embroidery, cross-stitch, weaving, quilting, appliqué, patchwork and more brought the whole community together.
Dates from 1856 and includes exhibition gallery, Alma Bramich Garden, dairy, blacksmith's shop and vehicles shed. Open daily 9am - 5pm
Over 50 different varieties of unique and trend honeys are produced at The Honey Farm. These can be tasted free of charge. You will also find that we stock the most complete range of honey related gift items as well as honeybee medicinal products such as Propolis, Pollen, Royal Jelly and Tasmanian Manuka.
Mole Creek Caves
The Marakoopa and King Solomon's caves are only two of the many world famous limestone caves housing some of the most intricate and fabulous cave formations you will see. Their beauty and easy accessibility make visiting these caves an absolute must.
Trowunna Wildlife Park
Renowned for its approach to wildlife education, Trowunna wildlife has starred in many documentaries. The park also is home to the Tasmanian Devil Education and Research Centre.
56 Meander Valley
Westbury Tasmania, 7303