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The adventure starts the moment you decide to visit, and all you’ve got to do is pick your pace. You’re best to take your time here, the pace moves a little slower but isn’t that why you’re here?

Eating and drinking your way along the Tasting Trail will take some time, with over 50 producers from Launceston to Smithton. It’s a no judgement zone if you want second lunches, in fact it’s encouraged, but your eyes may be bigger than your stomach and you’ll need a few extra days. We know, sounds tough.

If you’re an art or history buff, we’ve got it in spades. They don’t call Burnie the ‘City of Makers‘ for nothing, and Sheffield is quite literally a canvas. You’ll find the remnants of times passed, old railway lines along the river Don and historic sites perched on the hill in Stanley. After something a bit more fast paced and jam packed? We’ve got you. Hiking, caving, and mountain bike riding are all on the cards, and our roaring forty winds can be quite useful for kite surfing.

Finding gems off the beaten track, the side trips and detours are where all the fun is. The hidden staircase for lovers, accessed only by boat or kayak in Corinna. The walkway to the Edge of the World, where the wind may just blow you straight off. The volcanic plug standing watch over a seaside town just as you turn right off the highway. We’re not hiding them, they’re just waiting for you to explore.  

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Lower Wilmot Food and Drink

Wilmot Hills Orchard & Distillery

Wilmot Hills Orchard and Distillery is a micro-distillery with cellar door attached. Opening 6 days a week except for Wednesdays. All spirits are fermented, distilled, and aged onsite. The apple orchard boasts 11 varieties…
Wilmot Event 01/06/2024

Wilmot Market

The Wilmot Market is held from 9am-2pm on the first Saturday of every market season at the Wilmot Town Hall, Main Road, Wilmot. You will sample great tastes of the northwest! Enjoy wines from…
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Wilmot Attraction Scenic Drives

Wilmot Novelty Letterbox Trail

Wilmot is known as the Valley of Views for its spectacular panoramas of Tasmania’s northern mountains, behind a foreground featuring Lake Barrington flanked by fertile farmland. But what gets everybody talking is the Novelty…
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Gunns Plains Attraction BirdwatchingCampingCanoeing/KayakingFishingWalks

Wings Wildlife Park

Wings Wildlife Park is a multi-award winning family owned business and displays the largest collection of Tasmanian wildlife in Australia. We’re less than a one-hour drive from the Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal in…
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Wynyard Attraction

Wonders of Wynyard Exhibition and Visitor Information Centre

Winner of the GOLD medal at the 2021 AUSTRALIAN Tourism Awards and SILVER medalists in 2019, the Wonders of Wynyard Exhibition and Visitor Information Centre is a must-see destination on your Tassie travels. Home…
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Wynyard Information Services

Wonders of Wynyard Exhibition and Visitor Information Centre

If you’re the type of traveller that wants to connect with a place and its people or you enjoy the nostalgic journey through time, then the Wonders of Wynyard Visitor Information and Exhibition Centre…
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Spreyton Food and Drink

Woodrising Bistro & Jack Bar

The Devonport Country Club offers a superlative dining experience with two distinct dining venues. The Jack Bar provides an inviting ambiance for casual dining, while the Woodrising Bistro promises an elevated culinary journey tailored…
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Woolnorth Tour Birdwatching

Woolnorth Tours

Take a guided tour of the historic Woolnorth property in Tasmania’s far north-west. Woolnorth today is Australia’s biggest dairy operation! You explore the historic precinct of the 22,000-hectare property on a guided tour, taking…
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Sheffield Attraction

Working Art Space

The Working Art Space is used as an art workshop and gallery by artists from Working Art Space. (WASS) It is located at 5-6 High Street Sheffield. It is adjacent to King George V…
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Wynyard General Services

Wragg St Public Toilets, Somerset

The public toilets are located on Wragg Street. Facilites are open in daylight hours with disabled toilets open 24 hours a day. Medical sharps and nappy disposal are available.