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Woodstock: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Wooden Boat Centre - Tasmania

The Wooden Boat Centre in Franklin is a boat building school and a discovery centre under the same roof. Situated on the banks of the Huon River, Franklin is a maritime heritage township in the Huon Valley, a 45 km drive south of Hobart.
In the discovery centre you can read about the history of wooden boat building, water transport on the river and discover maritime tools and artefacts. On the guided tour through the workshop you get to see students and boatbuilders in action and the smell of Tasmania's unique boat building timbers including Huon pine, King Billy pine and Celery top pine will welcome you. On the way out have a browse in the gift shop, where you can choose from a range of nautical gifts and Wooden Boat Centre merchandise.
The Wooden Boat School offers boat-building courses ranging in length from one day to full-time certificate courses. The courses teaches traditional wooden boat-building methods and focuses on the construction of timber vessels through all stages from lofting to launch.

3333 Huon Highway
Franklin, TAS, 7113

Located 2.2K from Woodstock

Village Antiques of Franklin

Village Antiques of Franklin is located in the heritage listed Bowmont Centre which started life as a bank before becoming the Huon's major hospital. We are located directly opposite the Wooden Boat Centre and the Huon River in the historic town of Franklin.
Come visit us and you will be amazed by the 16 rooms jam-packed with everything from retro to antique.

3344 Huon Highway
Franklin, TAS, 7113

Located 2.3K from Woodstock

geckostrands Textile Artist

Geckostrands is a textile studio creating eco dyed wool and cashmere wearables. The studio is situated 1.9 km south of Franklin village overlooking the Huon River. This contemporary studio designed by the GASP architects Room 11 provides a fabulous place to interact with the artist creating the works.
You will be able to find fine merino wool scarves, cashmere scarves and hand knitted kid mohair, silk and wool wearables. Just ring Linda on 0435245119 so we can warmly welcome you into the studio, explain the process and introduce you to the distinctive smell of Eucalypts embedded into works. All created naturally, without chemicals with a sustainable process and product.

10 Kay Street
Franklin, TAS, 7113

Located 4.7K from Woodstock

Devil's Den and Starving Artist

Shop online or visit our Huonville souvenir, gift shop and art gallery!
Devil's Den and The Starving Artist art gallery are tourist attractions near Hobart, Tasmania where you can enjoy a wide variety of gifts and souvenirs along with locally produced artwork, woodwork, and food products.
You will be pleasantly surprised to find more than 350 square meters of floor space within this seemingly small shop. You will find one of the most extensive ranges of Tasmania souvenirs and general giftware. This includes inspirational plaques, wind chimes, fairies, dragons, and so much more. If you simply want a memento of your Tasmania experience you will find our souvenirs to be some of the lowest priced in the state.
The Starving Artist is an art gallery that showcases a variety of art mediums created by various Tasmanian artists/wood turners. This allows a degree of diversity that is splendidly invigorating. The art director has developed a perceptive skill in displaying this assortment of distinctively different pieces in a pleasingly harmonious manner. This effect not only allows the individuality of each piece to stand out but also for this compilation of artwork to become an entity of its own.

Shop 5,
193-195 Main Road
Huonville, TAS, 7109

Located 6.4K from Woodstock

Woodfired Pottery

The Woodfired Pottery is a potter's studio in Glen Huon, in Tasmania's Huon Valley. Glen Huon is a five-minute drive west of Huonville, and a 35-minute drive south of Hobart (54 km).
The Woodfired Pottery studio and workshop is located in a converted early-20th century barn, surrounded by gardens and farmland.
The potter, John Martin, designs and hand-makes a range of pottery pieces and demonstrates traditional pottery making and firing techniques for visitors.
Each piece is finished with natural glazes reflecting the colours of the surrounding environment, and the flame and ash generated in the wood firing process creates a distinctive and unique finish. The Woodfired Pottery produces decorative and functional pieces made from stoneware and porcelain clays.

671 Glen Huon Road
Huonville, TAS, 7109

Located 6.7K from Woodstock


Tas-Saff, at Glaziers Bay, southern Tasmania, is Australia's first commercial saffron grower. Glaziers Bay is located in the Huon Valley, a 50-minute drive south of Hobart (70 km).
Tas-Saff is a family-owned, multi-award winning Tasmanian business. Established in 1991 on three acres of land overlooking the sea at Glaziers Bay, Tas-Saff is now a thriving commercial saffron producer and has developed a network of 40 growers throughout Australia. You can visit Tas-Saff by appointment to discover the process of growing fine quality Tasmanian saffron.
Saffron is the name given to the dried, red stigmas of the flower of the Crocus Sativus plant. It is treasured for adding flavour, colour, and aroma to food, and also has medicinal qualities. Growing and harvesting saffron is a labour-intensive undertaking. Each crocus plant produces just one flower, and each flower grows three stigmas. The plant flowers over a 35-day period in autumn and the delicate process of picking, stripping, weighing and packing the filaments is all done by hand. Around 220,000 flowers are needed to produce each kilogram of Australian saffron.

155 Dillons Hill Road
Glaziers Bay, TAS, 7109

Located 7.2K from Woodstock

Woodstock: Events

Huonville Market

The Huonville Market Tasmania is held on the first and third Saturday of each month, all year round. The market is ready for visitors at 10am and wraps up at 2pm.
Local markets are the best way to purchase items that are made and grown in Tasmania and the Huonville market is a place where you can find local produce, great food to eat there or take-away, live music, coffee and cakes as well as creative products from a variety of talented local people. It's pure Tasmanian!
Produce is seasonal, mostly organic, affordable and tastes great. Come along and enjoy the day with us, everyone is welcome.
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Event Dates
      3rd Sep
      17th Sep
      1st Oct
      15th Oct
      5th Nov
      19th Nov
      3rd Dec
      17th Dec
      7th Jan
      21st Jan
      4th Feb
      18th Feb
      4th Mar
      18th Mar
      1st Apr
      15th Apr

40 Main Road,
40 Main Road
Huonville, TAS, 7109

Located 4.9K from Woodstock

Apple Valley Market Ranelagh

The second Sunday of the month sees the grand old Ranelagh Soldiers Memorial Hall transformed into one of the Huon Valley's premiere markets, with boundless local creativity on display among over 30 stalls, including handcrafts, local produce, delicious food, upcycled, vintage, fashion and antiques.

Local musical acts perform all day at every market on the fabulous old stage, and the two halls are filled with activity, community spirit and colourful stalls. Outside you can find marquees packed with surprises, bargains and fresh produce. And across the road the acclaimed Ranelagh General Store is cooking up a storm and providing locally roasted coffee.

Enjoy the local spirit, great food and drink, inspiring Tasmanian made products and the festivity of a day out together in the charming and historic Ranelagh Soldier's Memorial Hall.

The 2nd Sunday of the month, year round.

Event Dates
      11th Sep
      9th Oct
      13th Nov
      11th Dec
      8th Jan
      12th Feb
      12th Mar

40 Marguerite Street,
40 Marguerite Street
Ranelagh, TAS, 7109

Located 7.2K from Woodstock

A Taste of the Huon

A Taste of the Huon is a celebration of fine food, wine, arts, crafts and entertainment from the Huon Valley, D'Entrecasteaux Channel and Bruny Island regions of Tasmania.
Held at Ranelagh which is only 30 minutes scenic drive south of Hobart, the festival is held over the long weekend in March and is one the most popular regional events in Tasmania drawing over 20,000 people throughout its two day program.
With around 90 stalls the festival is about showcasing some of the finest and freshest quality produce and quality wines the state has to offer, all of which can be found in the abundant cafes, wineries and berry farms that are scattered amongst rolling hills and along the winding Huon River.
Entertainment includes something for everyone, energy sapping activities for the kids leaving parents time to relax and enjoy the cultural delights on offer to the cool strains of jazz.

Event Dates
      12th Mar
      13th Mar

54 Marguerite Street
Ranelagh, TAS, 7109

Located 7.3K from Woodstock

Huon Show

Experience country life with a carnival atmosphere at the Huon Show "The Show of the South".
The programme of judging and sporting events will include horse ring events for hacks, galloways, leading rein, large and small ponies as well as livestock judging, heavy horse judging, ute muster, woodchopping, show jumping and dog high jumping.
The children will be entertained by the puppet shows and games at the Children's marquee. And of course the whole family can take a look at the animals and machinery in the Grand Parade.
Excellent Lunch, morning and afternoon teas available.

Event Dates
      12th Nov

Marguerite Street
Ranelagh, TAS, 7109

Located 7.4K from Woodstock

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