Scenic

Northern Tasmania offers scenic natural beauty in abundance and is surrounded by verdant farmland punctuated by vineyards and romantic villages. Craggy alpine summits of Mt Arthur, Mt Barrow and Ben Lomond gaze across patchwork fields bordered by hawthorn hedges and trickling creeks, so much so that you could be excused for thinking that you had been somehow transported to rural Britain – a legacy of our colonial past.

Whether you like to just take in the view, or would rather something a little more adventurous, Northern Tasmania has scenic options to calm the mind, invigorate the spirit and revitalise the soul.

Walls of Jerusalem National Park

This stunning alpine wilderness, dominated by dolerite peaks, tarns, lakes and alpine vegetation, is part of…

Watch House

The Watch House at George Town in Northern Tasmania is the historic old gaol site and features a range of…

Watch House Exhibition : Captured Moments

A photography exhibition by local residents Jennie Timmins and Sue Doherty. Call in and see the wonderful…

Westbury Silhouette Trail

Eight exquisite artworks depicting treasured characters of the Westbury community. The characters celebrated…

Whitemark Foreshore Picnic Area

A shaded free gas BBQ, picnic tables are provided just past the Wharf Shed Restaurant before the Exercise…

Woolmers Estate (Attraction)

Woolmers Estate is Australia's finest example of a pioneer farm from the early 1800s and one of Tasmania's…

Yellow Beach Picnic Area

To get there head east along Franklin Parade which becomes gravel - Pot Boil Road the Yellow Beach sign will…