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Higgs Track to Lady Lake Hut

Steeped in early pioneering history, the climb up Higgs Track to Lady Lake Hut traverses breathtaking scenery. Crossing creeks, weaving through the rainforest and up onto the alpine plateau, this walk is both scenic and rewarding for those with a good level of fitness. Higgs Track was originally cut in the 1870s as an access[…] Read More

Highfield Historic Site

Highfield Historic Site offers a historically accurate vision of a gentleman’s home and farm of the 1830s. It sits on a hillside overlooking the lands the manager would have once controlled, with views across to Stanley, The Nut and the Bass Strait beyond. The house is being restored over time and its elegant Regency design,[…] Read More

Hogarth Falls

One of Tasmania’s 60 Great Short Walks, this walk starts at the top of Peoples Park in Strahan and is a gentle, meandering stroll through sweet-smelling bush to a delightful waterfall. Local schoolchildren share their connections with the place on interpretive signs along the way. For a pleasant, more extended walk, leave the car in[…] Read More

Honey Farm – The

Discover the tastes, flavours and textures of honey at The Honey Farm in Chudleigh, Tasmania. Nestled under the Great Western Tiers mountain range, the vibrant cartoon bees adorning the building are difficult to miss. Inside you will be taken on a journey of discovery into the amazing world of the honeybee. There are over 50[…] Read More

Joe Lyons Cottage

Joseph Aloysius Lyons was born in this tiny workers cottage in 1879. Joe was the fifth of eight children who experienced early childhood in this humble cottage at Stanley. Joe attended the local Stanley school and started his teaching career here before his political career in 1909. By 1914 Joe was deputy leader, then in[…] Read More

Kaydale Lodge Gardens

Kaydale Lodge Gardens is an amazing two-hectare garden. Wander through the garden, enjoy morning/afternoon teas and light lunches. The Lodge also features country-house accommodation with old-style farm hospitality. The garden has been a family obsession for two generations and continues to grow and expand. Enjoy the visual delights of this unique large country garden with[…] Read More

Kenworthy’s Stamper Mill

Waratah’s pioneering past represents a big part in Tasmania’s mining and economic history, made all the more captivating by its remote and wild environment. Kenworthy’s Stamper Mill is an impressive display of working machinery which was relocated from Mt Bischoff to the centre of town, next door to the Tarkine Interpretation Centre. Dudley Kenworthy was[…] Read More

Kimberley Warm Springs

If you’re seeking an indulgent and beautiful attraction that is hardly known by other tourists, Kimberley Warm Springs is for you. This geothermal feature is the result of water surging upward from at least 350m below the surface, into a pool approximately 20 metres by 13 metres in size and about 1.2 metres deep. The[…] Read More

Kimberleys Lookout

A 90-minute return walk with medium gradients (short stretches are steep), it provides stunning 360-degree views of the rolling agricultural hills of Kentish with a backdrop of Mt Roland, Cradle Mountain, the Great Western Tiers to the south and much of Tasmania’s northern coastline to the north plus some dramatic valleys. Access is via High[…] Read More

King Island Cultural Centre

You’re guaranteed a warm welcome at this thriving Arts and Cultural Centre, which is located in the picturesque Cultural precinct surrounding the Currie Wharf. With artists often at work and both large and small pieces for sale, it offers a glimpse into our incredibly creative community. Drawing creatives from near and far and with an[…] Read More