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The Tamar Valley, famous for it's cool climate wine, but also it's food and produce, it's natural attractions such as the Tamar Island Wetlands, Narawntapu National Park, Notley Gorge, Brady's Lookout and West Head it's many attractions - Seahorse...more
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We wanted to visit a local winery for a light lunch and to sample the local wines. The Tamar Valley has a multitude of vineyards to select from but only a handful combine food and vine.
We chose Tamar Ridge and on a gloriously sunny...More
A nice drive along the freeway and you come to George Town. I kept going to Low Head and it was beautiful scenery, rocky foreshore with a number of almost deserted beaches despite a warm 27 deg. Several lighthouses to take in overlooking beautiful views...More
Enjoy driving throughout the valley - take any side roads and you will always find something beautiful. Plenty of lovely places to eat and lots to see. The Tamar Valley is a very pretty part of Tasmania.
Even if you don't want to check out the small number of local wineries it's still a pleasant drive up the valley, across the Batman Bridge and back down the other side. The western side of the valley is more interesting. Try and get of...More
Went for a day trip from Launceston to George Town, Low Head and also the Bay of Fires vineyard. The drive is enjoyable in the summer as various stops have something interesting to offer. Be there in the Low Head Lighthouse on a Sunday as...More
We stayed in accommodation at Rosevears right on the river. Waking up to the vast expanse of water with views across to the other side where there are few houses and lots of open space was lovely. There is a lot to do in the...More
We had such a great time cruising The Tamar Valley. Lovely rolling hills and such gorgeous wineries. Little towns with such character and all along being close to the river...The Tamar Valley is absolutely beautiful. Take your time doing this one!
A beautiful spot with plenty to see and do. Eating, drinking, walking, bird watching, history, culture, fishing, golf......., this place has got everything. Some spectacular views can be had at local lookouts. I can’t wait to get back there.