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Alum Cliffs (Tulampanga)

Walks & Wilderness
Mole Creek

Known to the local Aboriginal people as Tulampanga, the Alum Cliffs located to the north of Mole Creek has been a sacred celebration place for thousands of years. The 40-50 minute return walk will tak...

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Mole Creek Market


Mole Creek

Mole Creek Market has everything a country market has to offer. Featuring many different stall holders from around the area with fresh produce, plants crafts and bric a brac.

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Tony Smibert Gallery

Attractions, Arts and Crafts
Deloraine

Tony Smibert's art includes watercolours inspired by ‘The Golden Age of English Watercolour' (c. 1750 - 1850) and others reflecting the minimalism of Japanese Zen. In Europe, he exhibits contemporar...

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Deloraine Streetscape Sculptures

Attractions, Arts and Crafts, Walks & Wilderness
Deloraine

An exciting and innovative response to the local council’s invitation to include an artistic component in streetscape development, the Deloraine Streetscape Sculpture project showcases the area’s vibr...

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Wychwood Garden

Attractions, Experiences, Activities
Mole Creek

Small specialist nursery and 2½ acres of display garden.

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Weetah Art Studio

Arts and Crafts
Deloraine

A group of artists and craftspeople living in close proximity to each other in the relaxed rural setting of northern Tasmania.

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Deloraine Creative Studios Inc.

Attractions, Arts and Crafts
Deloraine

A centre for the exhibition and creation of art, craft, and design. Deloraine Creative Studios offers a unique experience for individuals and groups to view both art exhibitions and handcrafted items....

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Quamby Park Alpaca Farm

Attractions, Experiences, Activities
Deloraine

Open days held once a year. Visit for information about breeding and caring for Alpacas. Hand knitted items and yarn also for sale.

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Uniquely Deloraine

Attractions, Arts and Crafts
Deloraine

Contemporary local streetscapes by Watercolour Artist, Steve Howells.

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Pine lake

Walks & Wilderness
Deloraine

The Pine Lake walk offers a rare opportunity to get close to one of Tasmania's rarest trees without having to go on an extended bushwalk. The pencil pine is an ancient species that evolved before flo...

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