Church of St John the Baptist

Buckland

Buckland
A quiet rural village noted for the beauty and historic importance
Located 63 km north east of Hobart on the Tasman Highway, Buckland is a quiet rural village noted for the beauty and historic importance of its St John the Baptist Anglican Church.

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Boats moored at the Charles Street jetty

Triabunna

Triabunna
Pleasant port on the east coast near Maria Island.
Located 88 km north east of Hobart on the Tasman Highway, Triabunna (the word is reputedly an Aboriginal term for a native hen) is a pleasant working port which started life as a garrison town for the penal colony on Maria island. Today it is a town driven largely by its fishing industry (it is known for its scallops and abalone) and the huge woodchip mill at Point Home (it can be clearly seen from the ferry across to Maria Island).

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Holiday houses on the shore at Ansons Bay

Ansons Bay

Tiny and quiet fishing village on the north east coast.

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The bridge at Scamander

Scamander

Scamander
Pleasant holiday resort on Tasmania's beautiful eastern coast.
Located 184 km east of Launceston and sitting neatly between St Helens (18 km to the north) and St Marys (19 km to the south), Scamander is a typical holiday resort characterised by temporary houses, home units, caravan parks and project homes all put up for people on holidays. Names like Blue Seas Holiday Units and Pelican Sands Units are typical of the area.

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A valley outside St Marys

St Marys

St Marys
Small township nestled under the impressive St Patricks Head.
Located at the junction of the Tasman and Esk Highways, St Marys is located either 223 km or 216 km north-east from Hobart according to which route is chosen. It is a tiny town nestled under the impressive St Patrick's Head, the most prominent rocky outcrop in the district.

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