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Glendevie: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Tru-Blu Berries and Tassie Blue Berries

Tru-Blu Berries (also Tassie Blue Berries) is a family owned Blueberry farm located at Lymington Cygnet, south of Hobart in the Huon Valley. The berry farm consists of approximately 20,000 bushes. Door sales are available from late December through to Mid Feb for Fresh Fruit and frozen are available all year round (subject to availability).
Lymington is a 40-minute drive (55 kilometres/34 miles) south of Hobart.

78 Cygnet Coast Road
Lymington, TAS, 7109

Located 5.6K from Glendevie

Geeveston Golf Club

Geeveston Golf Club is a nine-hole country golf club at Geeveston in the Huon Valley.
Geeveston's location in the southern forests dictate its weather pattern. It may be slightly cooler at any time of the year, so always make sure you have a warm jacket and wet weather gear.
To reach Geeveston from Hobart, take the Highway A6 to Huonville and continue through Franklin, home of the Wooden Boat School, to Geeveston.
Other phone contacts are 03 62 971959 (President/Secretary) and 03 62971341 (Board member).

Kermandie Road
Geeveston, TAS, 7116

Located 9.6K from Glendevie

Geeveston Visitor Centre

The Geeveston Visitor Centre, located in the impressive red brick building in the centre of town was the former Town Hall built in 1914. Open 7 days a week, knowledgeable and friendly staff provide up to date travel information, itineraries, tour suggestions and a free booking service for Geeveston, the Huon Valley, the Far South and other regions around Tasmania. Geeveston is known as the gateway to the southern forests and the Hartz Mountains National Park, the centre is a booking agent for Tasmanian National Parks passes and also provides information on walks within the region.
The Geeveston Visitor Centre contains a providore with local food, wines and ciders, a gift shop with souvenirs, books, maps and artwork by local artisans. Visitors can view a working lino-cut artist housed within the centre. A museum is located on the mezzanine floor containing local history and artifacts, particularly machinery associated with the timber industry. Visitors can also learn about the Australia's biggest trees that are located close to the township of Geeveston, purchase products from the beautiful specialty timbers of Tasmania and view an impressive two-thousand-year-old cross section of a Huon Pine tree. A platypus walk is located in nearby Heritage Park.

15 Church Street
Geeveston, TAS, 7116

Located 9.7K from Glendevie

Makers on Church St

Makers on Church St is a vibrant, spacious and welcoming place to visit. This is a must see when visiting Geeveston which is only a 45-minute drive south of Hobart and a great stopover on your way to the well known southern tourist attractions including Hartz Mountains, Tahune AirWalk and Hastings Caves.
Filled with amazing Tasmanian woodcraft and handcrafts by people that just love to make beautiful things, including Tasmanian timber furniture, wood turned items crafted from unique timbers including huon pine, sassafras, myrtle and blackwood.
Also home to the well known handmade range of DeEmDe Trendy Kids clothing and accessories, plus amazing pape rcraft, handmade teddy bears and signs, cards, jewellery, knitting, crochet and so much more.
Our main focus is handmade - but you will also find studios stocked to the brim with clothing, wool, gym and leotard costumes, an eclectic collection of books, gifts and home wares.
You can visit every week day, and we are only too happy to help out with Huon Valley tourist information. The Visitor Centre is located across the road and you may even be lucky enough to view a platypus in Heritage Park.

14 Church Street
Geeveston, TAS, 7116

Located 9.7K from Glendevie

Arve Art Gallery

Ideally situated in the quaint and progressive village of Geeveston in the Huon Valley, Arve Art Gallery offers a unique, diverse and contemporary collection drawings sculptures and textiles. It is the creation of Robert and Vicki McDonald and their work is exclusively shown throughout the gallery.
With both the abstraction and definition of line, these two artists have found some common ground where their noticeably different styles become both compatible and distinct.

22 Church Street
Geeveston, TAS, 7116

Located 9.7K from Glendevie

Arve Forest Drive

The Arve Road follows the valley of the Arve River in Tasmania's South, with its wet eucalypt rainforest.
Along the road there are short walks ranging from a brief stroll to a 40-minute return walk. All walks are well signed.
The drive is an excellent way to get from Geeveston to the Tahune Airwalk as it gives a great insight into the history of the forest, not to mention plenty of opportunities to stop for a walk, lookout or picnic.

Arve Road
Geeveston, TAS, 7116

Located 9.8K from Glendevie

Dover Golf Club Inc

The Dover Golf Club Inc is a public golf course in Tasmania's Far South. Dover is a one-hour drive south of Hobart (81 km), via the Huon Valley.
The Dover Golf Club, Australia's most southerly golf course, is a scenic, nine-hole course featuring undulating fairways and watered greens. You can play your round here while enjoying spectacular views over Esperence Bay to Bruny Island. Two greens are bunkered, there is a dam on the sixth fairway and the coastal winds can present an added challenge. Visitors to the course are welcome - you can perhaps join in the fun on the regular chicken run - and casual course fees are paid using an honour system.
Holes: 9, Par: 68, Length: 4,634 metres Australian Course Rating: 64.

Cemetery Road
Dover, TAS, 7117

Located 10.5K from Glendevie

Thelma Retreat Garden

The English-style garden at Thelma Retreat is full of colour and fragrance many months of the year. Roses, lavender, lilies, bulbs, flowering shrubs, blossom and autumn colouring trees blend together with textures of foliage plants. Enhanced by a backdrop of natural bushland it provides a home for many small birds including fairy wren, robin redbreast, finches, honeyeaters, bumble bees and more. Take a walk with your camera, capture the colours, and drink in the fragrance.
A comfortable self-contained apartment is offered at Thelma Retreat for overnight or longer stays.
After being refreshed in this peaceful garden a 20-minute drive further south takes you to the Ida Bay Railway and Hastings Caves and Thermal Pool.
Open September to end of April by appointment only. Entry: $5 Adult, children free.

40 Bolton Road
Raminea, TAS, 7109

Located 10.6K from Glendevie

Lovett Gallery Cygnet

Located in Cygnet, Tasmania is "Lovett Gallery Cygnet" operated by the Huon Art Exhibitions Group.
HAEG is primarily a group of local artists that initially got together to support each other and organise exhibitions. They now run their own gallery 'Lovett Gallery Cygnet' to display and market the work of their members. The Gallery is located at the rear of the Town Hall, Mary St, Cygnet and open every weekend, Fridays during daylight savings and most public holidays from 1000 to 1600.
HAEG now has 120 members and coordinates a major annual exhibition - "The Huon Art Awards" as well as mini exhibitions for member artists. Works at Lovett Gallery Cygnet are constantly changing and include paintings in all genres, photography, sculpture, ceramics and jewellery. Some members also produce greeting cards. Works can be viewed anytime on the website.
Many tourists and local visitors on the Huon Trail also use the visit to enjoy the cafe culture now blossoming in and around Cygnet.
Cygnet is a 50-minute drive (55 km) south of Hobart.

Mary St,
Behind the Town Hall
Cygnet, TAS, 7112

Located 11.1K from Glendevie

Glendevie: Events

Cygnet Folk Festival

From the 12th - 14th of January 2018 the vibrant country town of Cygnet will again play host to the annual Cygnet Folk Festival: Tasmania's leading celebration of folk and world music, dance, poetry, performance art, food and culture! In its 36th year, this iconic Festival is highly regarded by musicians and festival-goers from all over Australia and overseas, and competition to perform at the festival is at an all time high among artists.
The incredible talent of local, interstate and international artists is celebrated over the January weekend and we are proud that so many amazing performers and festival-goers take part in what the Festival has to offer each year.
Set in the picturesque Huon Valley countryside, the Festival has the advantage of being less than an a one-hour drive away from cosmopolitan state capital Hobart and attracts thousands of visitors every year. A rich cultural community event, the Festival provides entertainment to a wide audience of Festival attendees, making people smile, providing a springboard for young musicians, opportunities for local businesses to showcase the region's superb home grown produce and artisan skills, and the flowering of new friendships.

Event Dates
      12th Jan
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25 Mary Street
Cygnet, TAS, 7112

Located 10.8K from Glendevie

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