The Voices of Animals at Clarendon
Experience the history of Clarendon through the voice of the animals. Look, feel and touch the many animals that will be on display within this magnificent property. There will be both static and live displays, interactive events, stalls, food vans and entertainment for this heritage event.
Visit Clarendon on the banks of the South Esk river near Evandale and watch the magnificent Tasmanian Light Horse troop perform a Skill-at-Arms display. Nurses dressed in WW1 era will also take you back in time together with trained family-friendly German Shepherd rescue dogs. Alpacas from Deloraine will be on-site – feel this wonderful fabric. Dog agility and trials; cattle; sheep; reptile show; demonstrations of bygone years; various stalls and a variety of food vans to satisfy your appetite. Immerse yourself in the history of Clarendon House which will also be open for a reasonable entry fee. As well you may wish to visit the Australian Fly Fishing Museum, the Norfolk Plains Heritage Centre. Wander down the Elm Avenue and discover the numerous outbuildings including unique Stone Barn, Coach House, Stables, Shearing Shed and Convict Quarters.