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Malahide Golf Club


Malahide Golf Club is a nine-hole course situated in Tasmania's rural north-east at Fingal.
The par 72 course is set in beautiful surrounds with grass greens. It follows a gently undulating landscape with few hills. Greens, tees and fairways are carefully watered. It is open all year round and bookings are not necessary with visitors welcome.
Men's competition is held on Saturday at noon and Ladies' competition on Wednesday at noon. The Clubhouse has a bar and snack facilities. There are barbecue facilities also available.
Visit the fascinating old mining villages in the hills around Mathinna nearby. Drive to secluded bush walks in the Douglas-Apsley National Park and pristine silver beaches along the East Coast nearby, stopping on the way for the best views and pancakes at the Famous Mount Elephant Pancakes.
Fingal is about one-hour-and-20-minute drive (108 km) from Launceston.




Mangana Road
Fingal, TAS, 7214

Located 8.2K from Tower Hill

Mathinna Falls


NOTE: Site is currently closed - no access due to flood damage.
Mathinna Falls is a four-tiered waterfall in Tasmania's north-east.
The falls cascade over a total drop of 80 metres - a truly spectacular sight, especially after rain. From the car park, an easy 30-minute return walk leads to the base of the falls but you'll hear the water long before you see it.
To reach the falls, head north from the town of Mathinna towards the Evercreech Forest Reserve.
Mathinna Falls are a 15-minute drive from the town of Mathinna and around a one-hour drive east of Launceston.




Off C423
Mathinna, TAS, 7214

Located 19.1K from Tower Hill

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 19.4K from Tower Hill

Ben Lomond National Park


Ben Lomond National Park is an alpine plateau in northern Tasmania over 1500 metres high and visible from much of Tasmania's north. The park is the main downhill skiing field in Tasmania and a magnet for adventure seekers.
Bennet's wallabies and wombats are common sights in the park and are seen regularly in the ski village during summer and winter.
Drive to the summit and experience striking mountaintop features including dolerite columns and scree slopes.
Rock climbing, alpine walking, cross-country and downhill skiing are the highlights of this national park.
Jacobs Ladder, a steep and narrow section of road on the way up the mountain, will leave a lasting memory and demands great care, especially in winter conditions when chains should be carried. A ranger station at the foot of the mountain can advise on road conditions during winter.
Ben Lomond National Park is a one-hour and 40-minute drive east of Launceston.




C405
Ben Lomond, TAS, 7212

Located 21.0K from Tower Hill

Gone Rustic


Gone Rustic is a working studio and gallery in St. Marys, in North East Tasmania.
Gone Rustic features the work of award winning Tasmanian fibre and textile artist Rita Summers. Fibre and textile, mixed media art, quilts and other quality handmade items are on display and for sale.
In addition, Rita hosts exhibitions by other artists and artisans.
Groups such as Rustic Ragamuffins and Operation Coverup meet regularly at Gone Rustic for mutual inspiration, fun and friendship.
To find out more, and to view or purchase Rita's art and collectibles online, please visit the Gone Rustic website, or the online shop.
St Marys is a one-hour-and-40-minute drive (130 km) east of Launceston.
Opening Times: Open Tuesdays to Saturdays 1000 to 1600 and by appointment.




37 Main Street
St Marys, TAS, 7215

Located 23.1K from Tower Hill

Stables Handmade Market Tasmania - The


Showcasing Tasmanian handmade, giving preference to makers in the Break O'Day Municipality, Tasmania.
In mid 2015, a discussion was begun by a number of local artists and artisans about setting up a Makers Co-op, with a view to finding premises from which to sell hand made items. This has now morphed into a steering committee of volunteers, under the umbrella of Greater Esk Tourism. The long term plan is for the steering committee to become an independent body.
The date of the inaugural Stables Handmade Market (2 Jan 2016) was suggested to take advantage of the many visitors who come to St Marys for the New Year Races, and the racing committee has also been very supportive of our new venture.




Harefield Road
St Marys, TAS, 7215

Located 23.3K from Tower Hill

Seaview Farm and Bandicoot Blu Farm Products


Seaview Farm, a destination in itself, is also home to Bandicoot Blu farm products. These have been developed over 14 years of intensive study and practical application of biological farming - a mix between organic and conventional farming involving more science than some organic practices and using more natural methods than conventional.
This practice was pursued in the firm belief that healthy soil=healthy plants and animals=healthy humans. The beef, lamb, blueberries and garlic that are produced at Seaview are completely free from any toxic chemicals.
Anyone wishing to learn more about this practice may visit the farm by appointment or come and stay for a few days in the accommodation. As well as learning more about biological farming, you can enjoy wandering around two acres of beautifully landscaped gardens.
The whole is surrounded by breathtaking views of ocean, rolling timber covered hills and distant mountains.
The farm, 7 kms out of St Marys can be reached by following Germantown Road which is opposite the St Marys Hotel. You can call to make an appointment to visit by contacting Frank on 0419 372 192.




686 German Town Road
St Marys, TAS, 7215

Located 23.8K from Tower Hill

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