Attractions

Liffey Falls State Reserve is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Spectacular waterfalls can be viewed from the walking track through the rainforest.

The Wall in the Wilderness at Derwent Bridge is an amazing work in progress. Sculptor Greg Duncan is carving the history of Tasmania’s Highlands in timber, which when completed will measure 3 metres high and 100 metres in length.

Lake St Clair is at the southern end of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Experience the magnificent lake by taking a ferry ride or walking around the shores.

Waddamana Power Station began operating in 1916 and was the first hydro-electric power station in Tasmania. It is now a fascinating museum.

The Nant Distillery is where you can discover Tasmanian Malt Whiskey. Take a tour of the distillery complex and conclude with a tasting in the whisky bar.

The Australasian Golf Museum is located in Bothwell and houses the most comprehensive collection of golfing memorabilia in the country.

Ross is a beautifully preserved historic town, situated on the Macquarie River. It is known for its historic bridge, original sandstone buildings and convict history.

Oatlands has many colonial sandstone buildings. Amongst its other attractions is Callington Mill, which was built in 1837 and has since been restored to working order.

The Salmon Ponds at Plenty is the oldest trout hatchery in the Southern Hemisphere. It is set in beautifully manicured grounds, where you can also visit the Museum of Trout Fishing.