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Hayes: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Salmon Ponds and the Museum of Trout Fishing


Anglers with an interest in the history of their sport will appreciate the collection showing the changes to fishing equipment over time and the history of angling in Tasmania. The museum is housed in the cottage built for the first superintendent of the Salmon Ponds in 1865.
Not a line could be cast for trout until the first brown and rainbow trout in the southern hemisphere were raised here in 1864. They were the base stock of streams and lakes in Australia and New Zealand.
Visitors can view fish breeding in all its stages, from fingerlings to full grown brown, rainbow and brook trout and Atlantic salmon.




70 Salmon Ponds Road
Plenty, TAS, 7140

Located 2.5K from Hayes

Rosedown Gardens


The grounds, of approximately 4.5 acres, which were once orchards and hopfields, have been transformed into a series of gardens, featuring many hundreds of roses.
Many of the roses are of the old-fashioned variety, as well as gardens of David Austin roses and a collection of roses by the Australian rose breeder Alister Clark.
The gardens also feature masses of perennials including many species of iris, daylillies, pinks, phlox and ground covers.
Thousands of daffodils bloom in the spring alongside the lilacs, viburnums, crab apples, philadelphus and other spring flowering shrubs.
The garden also features a number of varieties of exotic trees such as birches, maples, liquid ambers, wisteria trees, oaks, gleditsias, a tulip tree and Norway cut maples. Many of these are noted for their beautiful autumn foliage, seen at their best in April and May.
Water iris, roses and native trees surround a large pond.
Open 1000 - 1700 October to April (Closed May to September).




134 Hamilton Rd
New Norfolk, TAS, 7140

Located 4.1K from Hayes

New Norfolk Golf Club


The New Norfolk Golf Club is a scenic, nine-hole course in southern Tasmania. The Club is located in the Derwent Valley, a 30-minute drive north-west of Hobart (33 km).
The New Norfolk Golf Club is surrounded by the picturesque countryside of the Derwent Valley. You can play a challenging round of golf here with features including narrow, tree-lined fairways, grassy mounds, sand bunkers and small fast greens. The course's nine holes have alternate tees and a fully automated watering system ensures ideal playing conditions year round. The Club has a regular program of competitions; members, casual players and groups are welcome. Drinks are available in the fully licensed clubhouse.
Holes: 9, Par: 69, Length: 5,205 metres, Australian Course Rating: 67.




1 Howell Drive
New Norfolk, TAS, 7140

Located 4.6K from Hayes

New Norfolk Antiques


New Norfolk Antiques is located in New Norfolk en route to Tasmania's rugged West Coast. It is one of several antique shops in New Norfolk, which has become a mecca for collectors and antiques enthusiasts. Most of the shops will provide a map to the rest.
New Norfolk Antiques has furniture from 19th century to Art Deco, 20th century glass, especially Murano, 1930's pottery (Beswick, Crown Devon and Moorcroft), lamps (Art Deco and Murano), linen, old evening purses and handbags. We specialise in the restoration of classic, original Art Deco lounge suites, having sold over 25 to date.
We have been in New Norfolk for nearly nine years but have been collecting and restoring antiques for over 35 years and selling for over 20 years.
We can post small items worldwide and arrange freight for furniture and other large items Australia wide.
Visitors wishing to visit New Norfolk Antiques at times other than those listed can telephone the owners to arrange this.




15 Stephen Street
New Norfolk, TAS, 7140

Located 5.9K from Hayes

Drill Hall Emporium - The


The Drill Hall Emporium is an antique store in New Norfolk, Southern Tasmania. New Norfolk is a classified historic town, a 30-minute drive north-west of Hobart (33 km) in the beautiful Derwent Valley.
The Drill Hall Emporium has a stunning display of high quality, authentic antiques. The extensive range of decorative and practical pieces includes copper cookware, kitchenware, antique glass, china, silver, tableware and cutlery. The ever-changing collection of furniture includes fine English and French pieces, country oak and pine items. This is all complimented by a great range of linens, rugs and other decorator items.
New Norfolk has a number of antique and vintage stores to explore. Check out Flywheel, the sister store to The Drill Hall Emporium, which is a boutique stationery store with its very own letterpress printing studio. If you are lucky, you may see one of the old printing presses in action! Have lunch at Stefano Lubiana winery, and enjoy a beer at Two Metre Tall brewery. Or book a class at The Agrarian Kitchen cooking school, with classes run by Rodney Dunn. All of these latter three places are in the Derwent Valley a mere 10-minute drive from The Drill Hall Emporium.




17 Stephen Street
New Norfolk, TAS, 7140

Located 6.0K from Hayes

Ring Road Antique Centre


The Ring Road Antique Centre in New Norfolk offers a range of antiques and collectables. New Norfolk is a 30-minute drive west of Hobart (33 km) in Tasmania's Derwent Valley.
The Ring Road Antique Centre offers a broad selection of antiques and collectables dating from the Victorian era to the mid-20th century. You can browse the extensive display of items which includes antique furniture, china, crystal and glassware, pottery, kitchenware and jewellery. The Ring Road Antiques Centre is a centre of thirteen antique dealers and collectors, ensuring the equality and diversity of the collection.
New Norfolk is known by collectors as an antiques Mecca. You can explore the town's many antique shops and discover a new treasure to add to or begin your own collection.




100 Ring Road
New Norfolk, TAS, 7140

Located 6.6K from Hayes

Elderslie Golf Club Inc


Elderslie Golf Club is a nine-hole course situated in a secluded peaceful country setting at Broadmarsh. A creek runs through the entire course and comes into play on most holes. Grass greens, gently undulating to flat fairways. Easy walking. Irrigated fairways, tees and greens provide top conditions all year round. Few bunkers and light rough. Neat dress code, golf shoes must be worn.
Mens and Ladies competition Wednesday rolling start 0730 - 0945, visitors welcome.
Mens competition Saturday, visitors welcome. Ladies competition Thursday visitors welcome after 1300.
Holes: 9 Par: 70 Length: 5255m ACR: 66.5.
Green Fees $15.




Andersons Road
Broadmarsh, TAS, 7030

Located 17.5K from Hayes

Laurel Bank Vineyard


Laurel Bank Vineyard is a boutique vineyard at Granton, Southern Tasmania. Granton overlooks the Derwent River west of Hobart, a 15-minute drive from the city centre (18 km).
The picturesque, three hectare Laurel Bank Vineyard produces a range of medal and award-winning cool climate wines including pinot noir, merlot, cabernet, sauvignon blanc and cabernet franc. You can taste the range of wines at the cellar door by appointment and enjoy the great views of the Derwent River.
Tasmania's cool climate sets it apart from the rest of Australia as a prime wine-growing region. The Island's first experiment with grapevines led to a white wine being shown at the Paris Exhibition in 1848. Since then, the Tasmanian wine industry has grown to over 200 vineyards, producing more than 6,500 tonnes of grapes per year. Tasmania's cool climate with its long, sunny autumns is perfect for growing intensely-flavoured Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gew?rtztraminer and Riesling grapes.




130 Black Snake Rd
Granton, TAS, 7030

Located 18.1K from Hayes

Westerway Raspberry Farm


The Westerway Raspberry Farm is a family-owned farm supplying fresh Tasmanian berries and berry products at its Farm Gate shop.
Westerway is one hour West of Hobart in the Derwent Valley.
Visitors to the Derwent Valley will find our roadside stall on the banks of the Tyenna river at Westerway, nestled amongst tall poplar trees. We are on the way to the popular Mt Field National Park (home of Russell Falls and the world's tallest flowering trees).
Visitors can find a variety of freshly picked traditional varieties of raspberries, blackcurrants, blackberries, red currants, blueberries, cherries and strawberries. They can also find more unique varieties such as silvanberries, golden raspberries and josterberries.
Aside from fresh fruit, we also sell juice, ice cream, jam, sauce, liqueur, and teas made from berries grown on our farm.
The Clark family have grown berries since the 1960s. But the introduction of mechanical harvesting in the early 1990s helped transform the farm into one of the largest soft fruit farms in Australia.




1560 Gordon River Road
Westerway, TAS, 7140

Located 18.5K from Hayes

Hayes: Events

Bushy Park Show


The Bushy Park Show is one of the oldest shows in Australia, having first been established in 1865 as a garden show it has evolved into an enjoyable, relaxing day out for the family.
The show features woodhopping and equestrian sporting events as well as traditional cattle and sheep showing competitions including handler events.
Get up close to the cute baby animals in the animal nursery and take a look at the ute competition and sheep dog trials. Browse the arts, crafts and homemade preserves and jams.
Situated beside the beautiful Styx River nestled among the Hop Fields of Bushy Park. Just 15 minutes drive from New Norfolk in the Derwent Valley.
Have fun in sideshow alley and rummaging through your show-bags.


Event Dates
2017
      18th Feb


Gordon River Road
Glenora, TAS, 7140

Located 9.6K from Hayes

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