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Wyena: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Bridestowe Lavender Estate


One of the most beautiful sights in Tasmania during December and January is Bridestowe Lavender Estate. Bridestowe Estate is located 55 km from Launceston in Tasmania's North East. This famous landmark property is a stunning showcase that has made Bridestowe a benchmark for fine lavender oil throughout the world.
Bridestowe Lavender Estate is spectacular at any time of year, with vistas spanning over 260 acres of lavender fields, landscaped gardens and native forest to the distant Mount Arthur.
For those who just want to indulge themselves, the visitor centre is stocked with unique products containing Bridestowe's famous lavender oil and dried flower. Our range includes luxurious hand creams and soaps, also scented potpourri and room sprays for the home.
The Woodcroft Cafe offers a delicious range of lavender inspired and infused delicacies. Visitors are encouraged to try lavender ice-cream and lavender brownies. You can take home the experience with a purchase from Bridestowe's gourmet range, which includes lavender flower honey, artisan jams and jellies, and culinary lavender, which is used in many of foods available in the cafe.
Home of the famous Bobbie the Lavender Heat Pack Bear.




296 Gillespies Road
Nabowla, TAS, 7260

Located 7.2K from Wyena

Hollybank Forest Reserve


Hollybank Forest Reserve is just a 20-minute drive from Launceston.
This is one of Tasmania's most popular picnic areas and has a distinctly European flavour. In autumn, exotic deciduous trees are a colourful contrast to the natives.
A 40-minute walk passes through examples of Tasmania's major production forest types in a demonstration forest. Interpretive signs show how each forest type is harvested and regenerated.
The reserve also contains 20 kilometres of dedicated world-class mountain bike trails descending through the forest with short and long loops suitable for beginner and advanced riders.
For the more adventurous there's a ten kilometre descent called the Juggernaut that will challenge the best of riders.




B81
Underwood, TAS, 7268

Located 15.2K from Wyena

Trees Adventure - Underwood Park


Trees Adventure Underwood Park is one of newest ultimate Treetop experiences in the Tasmania.
It features exciting and challenging courses that become increasingly difficult as you climb higher into the canopy, which means that you can find the right level to suit you between two and 25 metres up. In a two hour session, you will be swinging, leaping, climbing and flying through the Pine Trees of Hollybank Forests.
This will suit all the family from four to 75 years and over, with a total of seven courses to choose from and over 70 challenges including ten flying foxes. It is made for the whole family. Bookings are essential.
Located at Hollybank Treetops Adventure, you could even have a whole day out and take on a Segway Tour or a Zipline Canopy Tour.




66 Hollybank Road
Underwood, TAS, 7268

Located 16.0K from Wyena

Mountain Stream Fishery


Mountain Stream Fishery is located at Targa, Tasmania on the pristine St Patricks River.
The Public fishing area offers a fun family day out. Licences are not required and you are guaranteed to catch a fish. For your convenience barbecues are available to hire and picnic areas are provided. There is no catch and release, all fish caught must be kept! Fish will be cleaned while you wait at no additional cost.
Mountain Stream Fishery is situated on the Tasman Highway between Launceston and Scottsdale. Prices per kilo of fish caught are Trout AUD10.00, and Salmon AUD13.00.




38036 Tasman Highway
Targa, TAS, 7259

Located 17.7K from Wyena

Scottsdale Golf Club


Scottsdale Golf Club in Tasmania's north east is a nine-hole relatively flat course with water challenges.
It contains lush fairways bordered by Blackwood and Douglas Fir trees, and a large lake providing a challenge on the 7th and 8th holes.
Holes: 9 Par: 70 Length: 5501m ACR: 67.6
Scottsdale is the administrative centre for the north-east with rich agricultural and forestry history and is just under an hours' drive (63 kilometres/39 miles) from central Launceston.




97 George Street
Scottsdale, TAS, 7260

Located 19.5K from Wyena

Scottsdale RSL Military Museum


The Scottsdale RSL Military Museum was opened in October 2015 and it contains an extensive display of Military memorabilia from wars that Australia has been involved with from the Boer War, World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan and Middle East conflicts. A centrepiece of our museum is an Iroquois helicopter which is synonymous with the Vietnam War. These were known as 'hueys' by the Australians who served in Vietnam and were used extensively by the Australians during the Vietnam War.
This helicopter is the only one on public display in Tasmania. Visitors are able to sit inside the helicopter.
The museum is open daily from 10am until 4pm.
Visit our website or like us on Facebook for more details.
Entry cost is $5.00 for an adult and children under 16 years of age are free. School groups by appointment
Tour groups by appointment and meals/refreshments at the RSL club can be arranged if prior notice is given.
Opposite the museum is the memorial park which contains tree carvings as well as Simpson and his donkey, a children's playground and public toilets.




32A George Street
Scottsdale, TAS, 7260

Located 20.3K from Wyena

House of Rhubarb


This is your opportunity to taste-test the many products of Tasmania's RhuBru; a company focussed on value adding nature's grade rhubarb stalks harvested from the fertile volcanic soils of Tassie's North East.
The House of Rhubarb is a small shop front, established to encourage those who are visiting Scottsdale to sample all the rather unique, award winning rhubarb based products made right there in the town from produce grown just down the road at one of the southern hemisphere's largest rhubarb farms.
Taste the relish, jams, syrups, cordials - all based on rhubarb - you can even get a bunch of fresh rhubarb from the home garden. Holger and Jan welcome you to Beulah - the home of the House of Rhubarb and invite you to call in, have a taste and a chat about a business that is decidedly focussed on producing quality Tasmanian condiments by utilising perfectly good stalks that are just not quite beautiful enough for the fresh stalks market - it's nature's grade!




9 King Street
Scottsdale, TAS, 7260

Located 20.4K from Wyena

Wyena: Events

Lilydale Village Market


The Lilydale Village Market, a fun monthly event in Lilydale, Tasmania, a beautiful rural village 25 minutes drive north of the centre of Launceston.
It features local quirky entertainment; a bar with local northern Tasmania brews such as beer on tap, spirits and wine; local craft; food; community stalls and a kids play area.
It is held the second Sunday of each month from 10am to 2pm at the historic Memorial Hall in the Main Road of Lilydale.
Just drive north out of Launceston along the East Tamar past Seaport and and follow the signs until you see the street flags!
More information and updates on the next market can be found at our Facebook page, search for "Lilydale Village Market".


Event Dates
2016
      14th Aug
      11th Sep
      9th Oct
      13th Nov
      11th Dec
2017
      8th Jan
      12th Feb
      12th Mar
      9th Apr


1949 Main Road,
Main Road
Lilydale, TAS, 7268

Located 10.3K from Wyena

Scottsdale Show


The annual show at Scottsdale is the showcase for the regions agricultural diversity and wealth. This small northern town is situated between the ferry terminal of Devonport and the holiday East Coast and within an hour of Launceston.
Judging in the Homecrafts Pavilion commences Thursday with all other judging taking place on Friday and Saturday.
Horse events cater for entries from all ages and categories and are conducted on both days.
Wood chopping and shearing competitions are held on Saturday.
The show commences on Friday morning with gates opening at 7am both days and on Friday evening entertainment in the form of a band continues to 10pm.
Most years see some novelty events and displays along with regular country flavoured fashion parades, home crafts and trade exhibits.
Livestock shown is mainly cattle but goats and fat lambs can also be seen.
There is an animal nursery that features an interactive display where you can get in and up close to many of your farmyard favourites.
Sideshow alley will entertain the children, and food of all types including gourmet is available.


Event Dates
2016
      11th Nov
      11th Nov
      12th Nov
      12th Nov


George Street
Scottsdale, TAS, 7260

Located 20.0K from Wyena

Wyena: Travel Tips

Scottsdale Visitor Information Centre


The Scottsdale Visitor Information Centre is located in the towns historic old court house.
The experienced team at the centre are ready to assist with whatever information you may require to plan your holiday in the area.
Looking for bushwalking, camping, beaches, accommodation, attractions? The team are able to assist with it all.
The centre has tea and coffee facilities and a wide range of souvenirs and general items are also available at the centre. Scottsdale Visitor Information Centre is open 365 days a year from 0900 - 1700 (flexible in winter due to conditions and lower numbers).
A wide range of maps and brochures are available. Secure bicycle storage will soon be available while you take a break and explore the town. Cyclists can refill water bottles free of charge in the centre.
Scottsdale Visitor Information Centre are accredited booking agents for the Spirit of Tasmania.




4 Alfred Street
Scottsdale, TAS, 7260

Located 20.3K from Wyena

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