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234 Clarendon Station Road, Evandale, Tasmania.
Clarendon is 27 kilometers from Launceston, south of Evandale along the C416 road.


A self guided tour, after a short introduction,gives an insight into the life and times of the visionary pioneer James Cox


At Clarendon, visit the Australian Fly Fishing Museum.
The Museum aims to preserve, promote and celebrate the art, the craft and the joy of fly fishing.

Visit the museum website here

Venue Hire

Ample parking,
extensive gardens,
accessible public toilets.
Group tour bookings and,
school bookings available.
Grounds available for
weddings and other events.

For more Information
03 6398 6220

The grandest colonial house in the colony

Set in 7 hectares on the banks of the South Esk River, Clarendon was the centre of a large pastoral enterprise developed by James Cox. Complete with servants wing and many farm buildings the House is surrounded by extensive gardens and parklands which can be explored.
Clarendon is closed for the months of July and August (open by prior arrangement for groups)

Opening hours

Clarendon House is currently closed for general public access due to major renovation works (reopening early 2016).
Some events and bookable guided tours will be available through the National Trust’s booking site

The Australian Fly Fishing Museum will continue to be open 10am – 4pm Monday to Saturday and Sunday noon – 4pm (Closed July, August and Christmas Day).


234 Clarendon Station Road
Nile, via Evandale 7212 TAS


03 6398 6220

Entry fees

Guided Tour | $15 adults | $12 concession, student, seniors | $10 children aged 7-16 | Family ( up to 3 children) $40 | Concession Family $35 | National Trust Members & children 6 years and under FREE