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Make yourself at home in Northern Tasmania this spring

Learn where to eat, stay and play this spring in Northern Tasmania

There are so many reasons to get out and explore this Spring. As the sun is out longer and the weather warms, make yourself at home and discover where to eat, stay and play in Northern Tasmania this Spring.

Eat

The Tamar Valley Wine Route

Take a trip along the Tamar Valley Wine Route and choose from over 30 vineyards and wineries to visit.

Fork n Farm Homestead

Learn something new at one of Fork n Farm Homestead’s artisan workshops.

Ashgrove Dairy Door and Visitor Centre

Indulge in Ashgrove Dairy Door and Visitor Centre’s café selection or grab some items to go from the shop.

Red Feather Inn

Take your culinary skills to next level at Red Feather Inn.

Weekend Markets

Stock up on fresh, seasonal produce on Saturdays at Harvest Launceston and Sundays at Evandale Sunday Market.

Stay

The Granary

Experience the best of country comfort at The Granary in Richmond Hill.

Wingtons Glamping

Immerse yourself in the outdoors at Wingtons Glamping.

Barnbougle

Enjoy some golf or relax and take in the views at Barnbougle Tasmania.

Launceston City

Book yourself a boutique city break in Launceston.

Quamby Estate

Escape to a peaceful retreat at Quamby Estate.

Play

Hollybank Wilderness Adventures

Step out of your comfort zone and into the treetops at Hollybank Wilderness Adventures.

Blue Derby

Feel the flow and shred the trails at Blue Derby Mountain Bike Trails.

Gorge Scenic Chairlift

Soak in the natural beauty of Cataract Gorge from above with a ride on the Gorge Scenic Chairlift.

Seahorse World & Platypus House

Come face to face with unique underwater wildlife at Seahorse World and Platypus House.

MYAH