Queenstown, 11 Jan 2018

Queenstown is the largest town on Tasmania’s West Coast, and is the home of the Mt Lyell Mining & Railway Company and the West Coast Wilderness Railway, and has several Wilderness walks in the area as well as great trout Fishing in several surrounding Lakes. Tickets available here, or at The Paragon Theatre, Queenstown. Proudly … Read more

Dunalley, 16 Jan 2018

This beautiful seaside town is a quiet fishing village located near a narrow strip of land that connects the Forestier and Tasman Peninsulas with the rest of Tasmania. The original historic Hall was one of 125 buildings destroyed in Dunalley in the 2013 fires. The new building was opened on Monday, May 11th 2015, exactly 117 … Read more

Triabunna, 17 Jan 2018

“Triabunna” is an Aboriginal Tasmanian word for the Tasmanian native hen. Once home to the Southern Hemisphere’s largest apple orchard, this port town was founded in 1830 as a station of the 63rd regiment, and later the 51st regiment also called Triabunna home for a time. The mild weather and scenic views make for a … Read more

Broadmarsh, 18 Jan 2018

Broadmarsh is a picturesque location in the Jordan Valley, where bushrangers once roamed – including the infamous Martin Cash. Now dominated by rural properties and farming enterprises, the Broadmarsh Hall (established in 1978) is the heart of the Broadmarsh and Elderslie communities that follow and wind around the Jordan River. Guaranteed a warm and heartfelt welcome … Read more

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