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Pyengana Dairy Company

The Pyengana Dairy Company makes award-winning, traditional cheeses, in Pyengana, north east Tasmania.
Pyengana is an Aboriginal word meaning the meeting of two rivers - and the Pyengana Dairy Company sits in this lush river valley favoured by dairy farmers. Tasty, sturdy cheeses have been made using traditional methods at Pyengana for more than 100 years, and cheese makers under the guidance of master cheese maker, Jon Healey, still use equipment from that time. You can watch cheese being made, sample some of Pyengana's award-winning produce and then buy your own hearty, mature cheddar. Or perhaps take home a fresh, cloth-wrapped cheese and lay it down to mature over winter. Visit the Dairy Shop for fresh milkshakes and cakes or browse the range of locally-made crafts and pottery.
You can also visit some of the area's waterfalls including the cascading St Columba Falls, plunging nearly 90 metres/295 feet from the Mount Victoria foothills to the South George River valley.
Pyengana is a half hour drive from the north east coastal town of St Helens (27 kilometres/17 miles) and an hour from Scottsdale (73 kilometres/45 miles).

St Columba Falls Road
Pyengana, TAS, 7216

Located 7.5K from Lottah

Moorina Golf Club

Moorina Golf Club offers a nine-hole course in the far north-eastern region of Tasmania.
The well-maintained course (par 70) is located in a delightful setting surrounded by bushland. There is a putting green as well as a bar and kitchen in the club house. The course is reasonably flat, with only one hilly section. Moorina Golf Club is open to the public each day. It is difficult for visitors to miss with the Tasman Highway running through the course.
While you are in the North East, you may like to visit Bridestowe Lavender Farm, the largest lavender farm in the southern hemisphere. You can also follow the Tasman Highway from Moorina through to St Helens on Tasmania's East Coast. Here you will find stunning beaches and excellent fishing opportunities. Cast a line from the rocks or try your hand at deep sea fishing with a guide. Hire a bike and make your way down to Binalong Bay where the turquoise water will beckon you to swim. For excellent bushwalking, head to the Bay of Fires or stop by the east coast wineries and sample some fine Tasmanian wine.
Moorina is approximately a 90-minute drive (110 km) from Launceston.

Tasman Highway
Moorina, TAS, 7264

Located 15.1K from Lottah

Priory Ridge Wines Cellar Door

Priory Ridge Wines is the only boutique vineyard and cellar door in the St. Helens area.
The vineyard and cellar door are just a 10-minute drive from the world famous Bay of Fires. Situated in the rural setting of Priory, at 280 Ansons Bay Road, it is the most northern of East Coast Tasmanian vineyards.
The ideal micro climate and location of the Priory Ridge Vineyard together with its unique Devonian granite soil, produces full bodied Pinot Noir and aromatic whites: Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and Traminer.
All grapes from the Priory Ridge Vineyard are hand-picked, graded and fermented in their own natural yeasts. In traditional French style, the Pinot Noir matures in French oak barrels, whilst the Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay are fermented and matured in French oak.
The Cellar Door offers a unique experience. The 1920's rustic shearing shed of bush pole construction with split paling cladding and iron roof, has been approved for tastings and sales. Julie Llewellyn, part-owner and descendant of early settler families, Reid's, Clifford's, Cleland's, has created an historic ambience with her family memorabilia.
Priory Ridge Cellar Door is open daily from 1100 to 1600.

280 Ansons Bay Road,
280 Ansons Bay Road
St Helens, TAS, 7216

Located 17.8K from Lottah

Blue Derby Mountain Bike Trails

Located in temperate rainforest in north-eastern Tasmania, the Blue Derby Mountain Bike Trails encompass some of the most stunning landscapes in the state. The main trail head, located in Derby, provides easy access to caf?s, parking, public toilets, showers and a brand new bike wash facility.
Feedback from riders confirms the amazing work of Glen Jacobs and World Trail in designing and constructing world class single track amongst enormous granite slabs, dense tree fern forests, and breathtaking scenery. Already those who have ridden the trails are vowing to return, and those who haven't are gnashing their teeth waiting for the opportunity. Trail names like Devilwolf, Dambusters and Krushka's provide reference to the amazing history of the area, whilst others such as Flickety Sticks and Berms and Ferns invoke a hint of the fun and excitement to be found.
Currently offering nearly 40 km of spectacular purpose built trail, Blue Derby has already enjoyed wide acclaim. Construction is currently underway for Stage 3, incorporating the iconic Blue Tier.
The total build of around 80 km of trail is due for completion by October 2016.

Main Street
Derby, TAS, 7264

Located 19.9K from Lottah

Cerise Brook Orchard and Chip n Putt Family Golf Course

Cerise Brook Orchard and Chip n Putt Family Golf Course is at St. Helens on Tasmania's North East Coast.
Located at our cherry orchard, Cerise Brook offers a 9-hole, Par 3, chip and putt golf course. Not mini-golf but a smaller version of a full size course with the fairways ranging from 60 to 114 metres. Taking about an hour to play it is great fun for families, beginners or people who just want a short game. Clubs are available for hire and balls and tees are provided.
In season you can select from juicy cherries as well as peaches, plums, nectarines and other fruit picked fresh from our orchard.
Relax with a coffee or tea, or if you're a golfer make use of our barbecue facilities for a casual lunch.
Take time to explore other attractions in the region including St Columba Falls and the stunning Bay of Fires with its turquoise waters and white beaches.
Cerise Brook is only three km from St Helens, a two-hour drive from Launceston and a three-hour drive from Hobart.

315 Medeas Cove Road
St Helens, TAS, 7216

Located 20.1K from Lottah

Evercreech Forest Reserve

Evercreech Forest Reserve is a beautiful natural reserve located in Northern Tasmania.
Enjoy a picnic or barbecue in the shady canopy of the world's tallest white gums (over 90 metres high) and explore the short bushland walking tracks through forest and alongside the headwaters of the South Esk River.
Nearby are the Mathinna Falls Forest Reserve and the Griffin Camping Area. These north-east forest reserves are attractive spots to break your journey on the A4 between the Midland Highway and the east coast. To reach them, turn left on the B43 at Fingal towards Mathinna. An interesting alternative route continues beyond Mathinna, taking gravel roads through the Mt Victoria Forest Reserve to reach the rich north-east farmlands at Ringarooma.

Off B43
Mathinna, TAS, 7214

Located 20.2K from Lottah

Derby Schoolhouse Museum

Step into the past and explore the vibrant mining and social history of the picturesque township of Derby in Tasmania's North East. The Derby Schoolhouse Museum is a local history museum situated in the heritage school building, which was built in 1897. The Museum's collection includes many photographs, documents and artefacts dating from the early days of European settlement in the region, with a focus on the mining era. There is also a replica school room which is furnished with desks and other items from the Derby State School, including exercise and copy books which belonged to students of the school, dating back over 100 years, a small but poignant display of World War I and World War II items, and much more. A good spot to take a break on your journey, talk to some local residents, and learn about the region.

53 Main Street
Derby, TAS, 7264

Located 20.2K from Lottah

Tin Dragon Interpretation Centre

The Tin Dragon Interpretation Centre is located in Derby, North East Tasmania.
A billion litres of water with nowhere to go. Experience the power and the fury of water in the epic story of Tasmania's Tin Rush and the miners, European and Chinese, who sought their fortune from this remarkable metal.
The Briseis Mine, in its heyday, became the world's largest exporter of tin ore, but in 1929 severe weather caused a dam burst of massive proportions wreaking devastation upon the township of Derby in a fury of flooding so huge it caused the river to reverse its flow for five miles upstream. Everyday items and personal treasures swept aside now stand as quiet but stark monuments to the personal losses of those hard working men and their families.
From viewing platforms gaze and marvel at the effect upon the landscape of the sheer hard manual grind taken to pull the metal from the earth and natures violent and revenge.
Outside the Tin Dragon Centre, a bronze sculpture stands poignantly in silent monument to those whose lives were lost in this sudden and terrible disaster.

Main Street
Derby, TAS, 7264

Located 20.4K from Lottah

St Helens History Room

The St Helens History Room, on the East Coast of Tasmania, is a small, regional museum.
At the St Helens History Room, there are over 1000 artefacts on display. These are presented thematically to represent the various stages of settlement of St Helens. Our collections are very accessible as the museum is open seven days a week during regular business hours. The St Helens History Room is situated at the St Helens History and Visitor Information Centre behind the St Helens Library building, opposite the Post Office.
Look for the Tin Dragon sculpture outside, he will point you in the right direction. Visit 'The Chinese Experience' and learn first-hand about this interesting area before you set off to explore the beautiful beaches or the marvellous mountainous hinterland.

61 Cecilia Street
St Helens, TAS, 7216

Located 21.9K from Lottah

Lottah: Events

Bay of Fires Winter Arts Festival - Art Prize

The pinnacle feature of the Bay of Fires Arts Festival is the annual Bay of Fires Art Prize. Valued at $20,000, the Bay of Fires Art Prize has quickly become established as one of the leading awards in Australia. Now in it's third year, the prize announcement is a celebration of success and tickets are highly sought after. bookings are essential.
The exhibition is open until the end of June.

Event Dates
      30th Jun

60 Cecilia Street,
60 Cecilia St
Saint Helens, TAS, 7216

Located 21.9K from Lottah

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