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Experience the East Tamar

Nestled along the eastern banks of the Tamar River, George Town, one of Australia's oldest settlements, along with its surrounding towns are bursting with charm.

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With boutique vineyards & distilleries, berry farms, Australia's oldest pilot station and an early lighthouse to explore, peel back the layers to unearth a busy working port, thriving rural and riverside hamlets and secluded coastal townships.

Low Head Penguin Tours

Low Head Penguin Tours offer penguin watching tours at Low Head in northern Tasmania. Operating at the mouth…

Low Head Foghorn

The Low Head Foghorn, at the mouth of the Tamar River, is a unique piece of Tasmania's maritime history.The…

Fannys Bay Distillery

Fannys Bay Distillery is situated on Tasmania's northern coastline, within 150 metres of Bass Strait in Tam O'…

Tam O'Shanter Golf & Community Club Inc

Tam O'Shanter Golf & Community Club offers visitors a beautiful links style 9 hole golf course, Green…

Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum

Now open 7 days week with COVID precautions.On the picturesque Low Head Peninsula at the mouth of the Tamar…

Hillwood Berries Farmgate & Pick Your Own

Open 7 days during berry season (Nov-May) Hillwood Farmgate is an iconic, family run pick-your-own berry farm…

It takes a village to build a destination

George Town

George Town is the third oldest settlement in Australia after Sydney and Hobart. The town sits on the banks of…

Low Head

Low Head is five kilometres north of George Town on the north coast of Tasmania. Located on the eastern side…

Tamar Valley Touring Route

This drive explores the majestic Tamar River from Launceston to Bass Strait as it meanders for nearly 60 km…

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General Information

If you would like more information about the region, please contact the George Town Visitor Information Centre located at 92-96 Main Road, George Town TAS 7253:


Phone: (03) 6382 1700