Things to do in Northern Tasmania
Once you’ve had the opportunity to enjoy the idyllic surrounds of the Granary gardens and Macquarie River, why not venture out and discover some of Tasmania’s local attractions and see the sights?
Brickendon Farm Village
Brickendon is one of Tasmania's oldest farming properties, settled in 1824 by William Archer. The farm has been continuously operated and lived on by his direct descendants, now in their 7th generation.
Blenheim Gallery & Garden
Blenheim Gallery and Garden is a unique Tasmanian experience showcasing artist works in a country garden setting. With ten acres of gardens and stunning rural outlook, it is easy to spend an hour wandering the formal and park like grounds.
Fly Fishing in Great Lakes, Western Tiers
1-hour from The Granary
With so many rivers, streams and lakes to choose from in the Central Highlands, Tasmania is an anglers paradise attracting anglers from all over the world to chase our wild brown and rainbow trout.
40 minutes from The Granary
The walk lies within the Liffey Falls State Reserve, an area of cool temperate rainforest, featuring myrtle, sassafrass and leatherwood on the slopes of the Great Western Tiers.
25 minutes from The Granary
For Australian colonial furniture and Country and Georgian furniture, visit Evandale Antiques.
Harvest Market Launceston
Every Saturday morning in the heart of the Tamar Valley, Harvest Launceston Community Farmers’ Market brightens a quiet inner city car park and brings the farm gate to you.
A Woodfire Bakehouse in Cressy, Tasmania. Baking in the original scotch oven built in 1926. Every Friday night they bake woodfire pizza's from 5pm-8pm.
The stunning Cataract Gorge is home to the world’s longest single span chairlift as well as a the Gorge Restaurant, kiosk, swimming pool, resident peacocks and beautiful gardens.
The Tamar Valley Wine Route - sip award winning, locally produced cool climate wines at a range of cellar doors. The wine route winds its way from the Northern Midlands (just south of Launceston) along both the west and east sides of the Tamar River, linked by the Batman Bridge.