Windemere - Culture and History

Windemere
Pretty little village on the eastern shore of the Tamar River
Located 20 km north of Launceston on the eastern shore of the Tamar River, Windemere is a charming small village noted for its particularly attractive and historic St Matthias Church which is a popular destination for weddings.

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Westbury - Fast Facts

Westbury (including Hagley)
Historic village with a decidedly English feel.
There is an argument that if the English village is some kind of high point of charm then Westbury, the most English of all villages in Australia, is certainly a place worthy of visiting and languidly experiencing. Yes, it has everything a cliched English village has. A village green, lots of tree-lined streets, old courtyards and stables, elegant old inns and so many charming houses the visitor could easily spend a day just wandering around the streets.

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Westbury - Places to See

Westbury (including Hagley)
Historic village with a decidedly English feel.
There is an argument that if the English village is some kind of high point of charm then Westbury, the most English of all villages in Australia, is certainly a place worthy of visiting and languidly experiencing. Yes, it has everything a cliched English village has. A village green, lots of tree-lined streets, old courtyards and stables, elegant old inns and so many charming houses the visitor could easily spend a day just wandering around the streets.

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Westbury - Sleep

Westbury (including Hagley)
Historic village with a decidedly English feel.
There is an argument that if the English village is some kind of high point of charm then Westbury, the most English of all villages in Australia, is certainly a place worthy of visiting and languidly experiencing. Yes, it has everything a cliched English village has. A village green, lots of tree-lined streets, old courtyards and stables, elegant old inns and so many charming houses the visitor could easily spend a day just wandering around the streets.

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Westbury - Eat

Westbury (including Hagley)
Historic village with a decidedly English feel.
There is an argument that if the English village is some kind of high point of charm then Westbury, the most English of all villages in Australia, is certainly a place worthy of visiting and languidly experiencing. Yes, it has everything a cliched English village has. A village green, lots of tree-lined streets, old courtyards and stables, elegant old inns and so many charming houses the visitor could easily spend a day just wandering around the streets.

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Westbury - Culture and History

Westbury (including Hagley)
Historic village with a decidedly English feel.
There is an argument that if the English village is some kind of high point of charm then Westbury, the most English of all villages in Australia, is certainly a place worthy of visiting and languidly experiencing. Yes, it has everything a cliched English village has. A village green, lots of tree-lined streets, old courtyards and stables, elegant old inns and so many charming houses the visitor could easily spend a day just wandering around the streets.

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Mole Creek - Fast Facts

Mole Creek (including Mayberry)
Entry point to the Western Tiers and the nearby limestone caves
Mole Creek is a tiny, rather unimportant, little township on the road from Deloraine to Cradle Mountain. Located at the edge of the Great Western Tiers it is 72 km west of Launceston and 271 km northwest of Hobart, via Launceston. The town was named, with little imagination, after a nearby creek which, because the area is predominantly limestone, disappears underground "like a mole".

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Mole Creek - Eat

Mole Creek (including Mayberry)
Entry point to the Western Tiers and the nearby limestone caves
Mole Creek is a tiny, rather unimportant, little township on the road from Deloraine to Cradle Mountain. Located at the edge of the Great Western Tiers it is 72 km west of Launceston and 271 km northwest of Hobart, via Launceston. The town was named, with little imagination, after a nearby creek which, because the area is predominantly limestone, disappears underground "like a mole".

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