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Latrobe Court House Museum

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Discover the many stories of Latrobe.
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Franklin House

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The birthplace of the National Trust in Tasmania.
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Runnymede

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A largely intact 19th century whaling family’s home named after Capt. Charles Bayley’s favourite ship, Runnymede.
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Penghana

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An impressive house and grounds dramatically sited overlooking Queenstown.
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Old Umbrella Shop

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This charming Launceston shop is one of the last surviving retail experiences of the early 1900’s. It was operated by three generations of the Shott family who made and repaired umbrellas, and in later years were renowned for their hand -crafted souvenirs made on the premises from native timbers. Today
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Home Hill

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1916 homestead and gardens of an Australian Prime Minister.
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Clarendon

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Set in 7 hectares of parklands on the banks of the South Esk River, this magnificent three-storey Georgian house has servants’ quarters, a heritage walled garden, several farm buildings and a rare avenue of elms. It was built in 1838 as an extraordinary statement of achievement for wealthy wool grower
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Hobart Convict Penitentiary

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Tales of crime and punishment abound at the Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site; all that remains of the 2-acre sprawl that was the Hobart Prison Barracks – the processing center for all 42,000 male convicts sent to Van Diemen’s Land.   Built by Colonial Architect John Lee Archer in 1830-1834 as
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