Elaine Wickham

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Campbell Town Riverbank Precinct Walks - Four beautiful walks around the historic town of Campbell Town, Tasmania.  On these walks you will discover many historic buildings and features including the Convict Brick Trail.

Campbell Town Riverbank Precinct Walks - Four beautiful walks around the historic town of Campbell Town, Tasmania. On these walks you will discover many historic buildings and features including the Convict Brick Trail.

Festival of Roses, Woolmers Estate, Longford Tasmania. Photo by Dan Fellow and article for www.think-tasmania.com

Each year, Woolmers Estate in Longford Tasmania holds an event dubbed the Festival of Roses. This year was no exception, and Dan Fellow went along to th.

Brickendon Estate Tasmania, Australia

We recently enjoyed a farm stay at Brickendon Estate in Longford Tasmania, just outside of Launceston. It's a convict World Heritage Site

The historic town of Evandale is host to the National Penny Farthing Championship. Held annually in February it is the largest Penny Farthing event in the world (they have the Guinness World record to prove it!). #pennyfarthing #evandale #tasmania #discovertasmania Image Credit: lokmannorazmi

The historic town of Evandale is host to the National Penny Farthing Championship. Held annually in February it is the largest Penny Farthing event in the world (they have the Guinness World record to prove it!

Clarendon near Nile - Evandale

Clarendon near Nile - Evandale

Avoca is a small village located 81 kilometres (50 mi) south-east of Launceston in the island of Tasmania. At the 2006 census, Avoca and the surrounding area had a population of 123.[1] Avoca is situated on the banks of the South Esk River and was first settled in the 1830s.

Avoca is a small village located 81 kilometres (50 mi) south-east of Launceston in the island of Tasmania. At the 2006 census, Avoca and the surrounding area had a population of 123.[1] Avoca is situated on the banks of the South Esk River and was first settled in the 1830s.