Tasmans Inn (circa 1842) - Norfolk Bay Convict Station

Taranna

Taranna
Tiny township on the road to Port Arthur
Located 89 km south east of Hobart on the Arthur Highway, Taranna is a tiny, and rather sleepy, little settlement on the road to Port Arthur.

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The famous Oast House constructed by E. Shoobridge at Bushy Park.

Bushy Park

Bushy Park
The hop capital of Tasmania and a fascinating historic destination
In the minds of mainlanders, Tasmania is associated with two fruits - apples and hops. Bushy Park is the hop capital of Tasmania. This delightful, rambling little village located 58 km from Hobart on the B62 is like no other town in Australia. It is a real piece of Europe. A town of old houses, deciduous trees, moral fervour, and hopfields which seem to envelop every building and road.

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Woodbridge - Fast Facts

Woodbridge
Pleasant coastal town on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel
Woodbridge nestles into the coast on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel opposite Bruny Island - a settlement gazing across the narrow channel at the island's low lying hills. It is hard to imagine that they were once violent outposts where the local Aborigines were persecuted and maltreated by sealers and whalers.

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Woodbridge - Culture and History

Woodbridge
Pleasant coastal town on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel
Woodbridge nestles into the coast on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel opposite Bruny Island - a settlement gazing across the narrow channel at the island's low lying hills. It is hard to imagine that they were once violent outposts where the local Aborigines were persecuted and maltreated by sealers and whalers.

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Woodbridge - Places to See

Woodbridge
Pleasant coastal town on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel
Woodbridge nestles into the coast on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel opposite Bruny Island - a settlement gazing across the narrow channel at the island's low lying hills. It is hard to imagine that they were once violent outposts where the local Aborigines were persecuted and maltreated by sealers and whalers.

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Woodbridge - Sleep

Woodbridge
Pleasant coastal town on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel
Woodbridge nestles into the coast on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel opposite Bruny Island - a settlement gazing across the narrow channel at the island's low lying hills. It is hard to imagine that they were once violent outposts where the local Aborigines were persecuted and maltreated by sealers and whalers.

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Woodbridge - Eat

Woodbridge
Pleasant coastal town on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel
Woodbridge nestles into the coast on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel opposite Bruny Island - a settlement gazing across the narrow channel at the island's low lying hills. It is hard to imagine that they were once violent outposts where the local Aborigines were persecuted and maltreated by sealers and whalers.

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Miena - Eat

Miena
Small fishing village on the shores of Great Lake
Located 132 km northwest of Hobart and 114 km southwest of Launceston, Miena is basically a small fishing village on the southern shores of Great Lake. Great Lake, which is 22 km long, has the distinction of being the highest lake in Australia and, until the HEC drowned Lake Pedder, it was also the largest freshwater lake in the country.

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