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Tam-o-shanter Golf Club


Tam-o-Shanter Golf Club is a nine-hole golf course at Lulworth in Tasmania's North East.
This par 70 golf course is set in picturesque surrounds and has a fully licensed clubhouse. The club has open competition days or by arrangement. Visitors and new members are welcome. Club and buggy hire are available.
While you are in the region, be sure to visit the wine region of Pipers Brook or the Bridestowe Lavender Farm which is one of the world's largest.
Lulworth is located on the north east coast of Tasmania.
Counter meals are available on Friday nights, and lunch snacks are available on Saturday.




Fairway Drive
Lulworth, TAS, 7252

Located 0.8K from Lulworth

George Town to Low Head Walking and Cycling Trail


The George Town to Low Head Walking and Cycling Trail follows the River Tamar.
Suitable for walkers, runners and cyclists, this free and easily accessible trail was opened in 2011 and was designed to be used by people of all abilities. It is six kilometres in length and begins at York Cove in George Town. Cycling is one of the most enjoyable ways to experience the trail, and bicycle hire is available from the George Town Visitor Information Centre for use on the trail and around the George Town area.
The trail links together key historical sites and areas of natural beauty and wildlife interest, such as Lagoon Bay, York Cove, Windmill Point and the Low Head Pilot Station. You will learn lots along the way about Tasmanian wildlife, colonial and convict history and how Tasmania communicates with the rest of the world.
Did you know that where the River Tamar meets the sea is one of the deepest points of the entire Bass Strait? This makes it popular for shipping and also highly rich in biodiversity, providing you with plenty to see whether it be marine vessels or wildlife.




92-96 Main Road
George Town, TAS, 7253

Located 24.0K from Lulworth

Lavender House - The Perfumery


Lavender House - The Perfumery is Tasmania's only working perfumery. Entry is free, with a smile.
The focus and winning points of difference for visitors to enjoy are the perfumery manufacturing area with a large observation window allowing a unique opportunity to see 'the makers making', a spacious gift shop offering the extensive range of herbal well-being products made, free product sampling and helpful advice.
This innovative niche business that is focussed on the uses of lavender was established in 1991 inspired by the owners passion for lavender and the natural therapeutic values of herbs. Steady painstaking research and development over nearly 25 years has resulted in a generous range of contemporary personal body care products, simple natural remedies, aromatherapy and perfumery plus, fragrant home care, with the natural benefits of pure Tasmanian lavender.
Lavender House grows over seventy different species and varieties of lavender flowering individually between September and May.
Lavender House - The Perfumery is at Rowella, a 35-minute drive (48 kilometres / 30 miles) north from Launceston on the Tamar Valley Wine Route, close to Beaconsfield, Beauty Point and the Batman Bridge. An easy round trip from Launceston seeing both sides of the lovely Tamar River.




32 Waterton Hall Road
Rowella, TAS, 7270

Located 24.6K from Lulworth

Watch House, The


The Watch House at George Town in Northern Tasmania is the historic old gaol site and features a range of display's conveying the regions rich history.
The present building was built in 1843 and was reopened in 2004 as part of George Town's Bicentenary of European settlement. Features include a wonderful model village which allows visitors to imagine what early nineteenth century life was like in George Town, the acclaimed 'Departures and Arrivals' display describing the Female Factories and links to the convict experience, and a primitive cell where visitors can enter to get an idea of the tough life of prisoners awaiting trial. The Community History Room contains a wealth of local information for historians and those researching their ancestry.
The Watch House also houses changing displays featuring the best in Tasmanian arts and crafts.
Whether you are a local, former resident or first-time visitor to George Town, you are sure to find something of interest at The Watch House.




Corner of Sorell Street and Macquarie Street
George Town, TAS, 7253

Located 24.8K from Lulworth

Lulworth: Travel Tips

George Town Visitor Centre


The George Town Visitor Information Centre helps over 10,000 people a year with their bookings and travel arrangements. The staff are all local experts, experienced in what Provincial Tamar has to offer and knowledgeable on all the area's attractions, tours and places to stay.
If you have your holiday planned and just need to make your bookings, or are still in the early stages of planning and simply want some top tips on making the most of your time in Tasmania, then get in touch with Shirley and the team at the Information Centre!
Open seven days a week, 0900 to 1600 during Daylight Savings Time and 0900 to 1500 through the winter.
George Town is a 35-minute drive from Launceston on the A8 East Tamar Highway.




92 - 96 Main Road
George Town, TAS, 7253

Located 24.6K from Lulworth

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