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Habitat Plants

Attractions, Experiences, Activities
Bracknell

Habitat nursery is nestled beneath the scenic backdrop of Dry's Bluff in the Great Western Tiers. We specialise in growing and promoting Tasmanian native plants.

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Great Western Tiers Forest Walks

Walks & Wilderness
Jackeys Marsh

Join our guided short walks for a unique Tasmanian wild forest experience: ◦ancient old-growth forests ◦birds and wildlife in their natural habitat ◦easily accessible wild places and wilderness

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Great Gourmet Ride

Attractions, Activities, Cycling Trails
Deloraine

The Great Gourmet Ride offers an easy ride through lush pastures and valleys to the west of Deloraine - an area that is home to some of Australia’s leading gourmet producers.

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Kooparoona Niara Cultural Trail

Attractions, History and Heritage, Experiences, Walks & Wilderness, Activities
Deloraine

Kooparoona Niara is the Aboriginal name given to the Great Western Tiers and means Mountain of the Spirits.

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Westbury Show

Attractions, Fairs and Markets, Activities
Westbury

The Westbury Agricultural Show is one of Tasmania's oldest local shows and still retains its classic country feel.

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McLachlan Studio

Attractions, Arts and Crafts
Deloraine

McLachlan Studio jewellery is designed and handmade at our studio near Deloraine in northern Tasmania. Our studio and gardens are set amongst the rolling hills of the Meander Valley on the banks of th...

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Carrick Mill Antiques

Attractions, Antiques and Collectables
Carrick

Built in 1846 using convict labour, the heritage listed 3 acre property has been transformed by Susanne and Andrew Puccetti.

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Shandi Art 2 Wear

Arts and Crafts
Deloraine

Focusing on handmade, hand weaved, multi-textile, exhibited, one off, creative textiles to wear. Warm coats, jackets and ponchos and seasonal wear.

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Devils Gullet

Walks & Wilderness
Mole Creek

Enjoy dramatic views into a deep, narrow gorge follow gravel roads 15 km beyond King Solomon Cave near Mole Creek to reach Devils Gullet, on the northern rim of the Great Western Tiers.

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Tasmanian Truffles

Attractions, Experiences, Activities, Food and Wine, Producers
Deloraine

The home of Australia’s first black truffle. Successful farmer and entrepreneur, Tim Terry, planted the first hectare of hazelnut trees in 1994, and Tasmanian Truffles was born.

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