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Mapping our Story

Launceston, tas

Maps have stories to tell. They reveal a lot about the times in which they were produced.

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Richmond Village Celebrates

Richmond, tas

Throughout the Tasmanian Heritage Festival, Richmond Village in the Coal River Valley will be celebrating its rich history with visitors offered so many tempting experiences - gourmet food and wine, craft and produce.

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Sculpture Trail

Deloraine, tas
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QVMAG Fine Arts, Decorative Arts & Design Collection

Launceston, tas

QVMAG collects and displays fine art and decorative arts principally from Australia, with particular reference to Tasmania.

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Whisky Walk

Burnie, tas

Enjoy a fully guided tour of Australia's largest boutique single malt whisky distillery.

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Norman Sykes Memorial Statue

Railton, tas
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Waterway Trail

Sorell, tas
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The Tasmanian Transport Museum

Glenorchy, tas

The Tasmanian Transport Museum was formed in 1962 and was officially opened to the public in December, 1983.

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The St Virgil’s College Centenary History Centre

Austins Ferry, tas

The History Centre features interactive and static displays documenting the history of the College from 1911.

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Willie Smith’s Apple Shed

Grove, tas

Take a tour through the Apple Museum and learn about the rise, fall and recovery of the once infamous 'Apple Isle' of Tasmania and the Huon Valley, which was at its heart.  The self-guided tour takes around 20 minutes to complete and costs a gold coin donation.

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St Luke’s Anglican Church (1834)

Richmond, tas

The foundation stone was laid in 1834 by Governor Arthur.

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St John’s Catholic Church

Richmond, tas
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Port Arthur Ghost Tours

Port Arthur, tas

Journey back in time.

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Point Puer Boys Prison Tour

Port Arthur, tas

Operated from 1834 - 1849 and was the first purpose built juvenile reformatory in the British Empire.

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Ouse History Room

Ouse, tas

A local collection of sporting trophies, family photographs, Ouse School, information and other memorabilia.

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Mt Nelson Signal Station

Hobart, tas
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Maria Island

via Triabunna, tas

Maria Island is a special place with something for everyone - historic ruins, sweeping bays, rugged cliffs and mountains, and remarkable wildlife. Set just off the warm East Coast, the island is easily accessed by ferry.

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