Being able to experience four distinct seasons is something that constantly amazes visitors to Tasmania and the Great Western Tiers. The brilliance of the colour variations as you drive, cycle or walk through our region are spectacular.
Spring is a fabulous time to witness the transition of seasons in the incredibly fertile Meander Valley. It’s a time when the landscape explodes into life after its winter rest. The wild daffodils and the magnificent cherry blossoms which can be found on the Deloraine River Walk are particularly spectacular in Spring.
During Winter the Great Western Tiers are regularly covered with snow which provides the perfect photo opportunity for visitors. What an awesome sight it is to see the lush green winter pastures of the Valley, framed by snow covered mountains. Crisp mornings followed by clear blue skies which are drenched by the winter sun will signal that you are truly alive in one of the best places in the world.
For the most up-to-date information on weather conditions in the Great Western Tiers region, consult the Australian Bureau of Meteorology website.