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Lake Barrington - Devils Gate Dam

Lake Barrington is a man-made Hydro Tasmania lake in north-west Tasmania's Forth Valley. Lake Barrington is best known for its 2000 metre, eight-lane international-standard rowing course, used for rowing, canoeing and water skiing competitions.
The Lake Barrington State Recreation Area hugs the lake's foreshore where tall eucalypt and lush rainforest shelters a diversity of native wildlife.
The Recreation Area has a large day visitor shelter with wood barbecues, picnic tables and stretches of lawn along the shore. Toilet facilities on the eastern side of the lake have wheelchair access and a kiosk operates on weekends throughout summer and during major sporting events. There are also boat-launching ramps on both sides of the lake.
Camping in the State Recreation Area is not permitted, but campsites can be found at the northern end at Kentish Park. Bring along your own equipment and spend long summer days here rowing, water skiing, power boating, canoeing and model yachting.
Lake Barrington is 20 kilometres long and was formed in 1969 with the construction of the 84 metre high Devils Gate Dam on the Forth River.
The lake is a 45-minute drive (40 kilometres) south of Devonport.

Lake Barrington, TAS, 7306

Located 6.1K from Lower Wilmot

Tasmanian Arboretum Inc. - The

The Arboretum is a 66 hectare botanical tree park and nature reserve in Tasmania's North West.
Only a few kilometres from Devonport but a million miles from care, the 66 hectares of landscaped Arboretum and natural bushland was founded in 1984. It offers the opportunity to walk among collections of woody plants from around the temperate world, including many of Tasmania's woody plants.
Set in a peaceful and beautiful valley, you may see some of Tasmania's wildlife, such as swift parrots and platypus.
Cultural and natural heritage combine in the Limestone Heritage Walk, a self-guided walk linking the geology with a century of human activity contributing to colonial and national development. Two hour guided walks are available for a reasonable cost, and can be booked online. Bookings are essential.
The Arboretum offers three picnic shelters, two with coin operated electric barbecues. There are also two general shelters and a platypus observatory and bird hide on the shore of Founders' Lake.
The Tree Park Kiosk offers light refreshments and audio tours. It is operated by volunteers and opens between October and May from 1100 to 1600.
Eugenana is a 15-minute drive (11 km) south of Devonport.

46 Old Tramway Road
Eugenana, TAS, 7310

Located 11.0K from Lower Wilmot

World of Marbles and the Contraptuary

The World of Marbles specialises in hand-made glass marbles, based in Sheffield, North West Tasmania. All marbles feature contemporary art designs and many are made on site. The studio is open for visitors to watch the marble making process using hot glass. There is a gallery with marbles to purchase, a kids room full of playing marbles and an exhibition room which houses the owners' private collection. This is the only gallery of its type in Australia.

34 Main Street
Sheffield, TAS, 7306

Located 12.0K from Lower Wilmot

Mural House

Mural House is a display of murals at Sheffield, north-west Tasmania. Sheffield is located beneath the craggy peak of Mount Roland (1234 m), a 30-minute drive south of Devonport (30 km) and a 90-minute drive west of Launceston (93 km).
Mural House specialises in murals inspired by native art from a range of cultures, painted by the artist on the interior walls of her home. Mural house is one of a number of galleries, studios and museums in Sheffield - a town known internationally for its collection of public murals depicting the area's rich history. Since 1986, dozens of murals have been painted in the town, ranging from large scale work by professional painters, to murals by local school children. Sheffield attracts over 100,000 visitors each year who come to admire this collection of public art. The town also hosts the annual Mural Fest - a national competition of mural art.

100 High Street
Sheffield, TAS, 7306

Located 12.1K from Lower Wilmot

Slaters Country Store

Slaters Country Store is an historic general store in Sheffield, northern Tasmania. Sheffield is a one-hour drive from Launceston (93 km) and a 30-minute drive from Devonport (30 km).
Established in 1899, Slaters Country Store has been operated for over 100 years by five generations of owner-managers. The historic building retains its original fa?ade and broad veranda, and is located in central Sheffield. You can browse through the store's range of merchandise including clothing and Tasmanian souvenirs. Look out for quirky features like the antique wall telephone and learn a little of some of Sheffield's more famous murals.
Sheffield is known internationally for its collection of public murals, which depict the area's rich history. Since 1986, dozens of murals have been painted in the town, ranging from large scale work by professional painters, to murals by local school children. Sheffield attracts over 100,000 visitors each year who come to admire this collection of public art. The town also hosts the annual Mural Fest - a national competition of mural art.

52 Main Street
Sheffield, TAS, 7306

Located 12.1K from Lower Wilmot

Sheffield Golf Course

Sheffield Golf Course, also known as Badger Heights, is a course with a view in North West Tasmania. The nine-hole course is located at the foot of the Badger Range, near Sheffield, a 40-minute drive south of Devonport (30 km) and a one-hour drive west of Launceston (93 km).
Sheffield Golf Course is undulating and heavily wooded, with stands of graceful eucalypts fringing the greens. You can play a challenging round of golf here; the 210 metre, par three sixth with a dam at the back of the green is one of the more demanding holes. Club hire is available for men, women and juniors, and because the course favours left-handed players, some left handed sets are also available for hire. As a green fee guest, you can join members in the regular competitions and relax in the fully-licensed clubhouse after your round.
This area is dominated by the craggy peak of Mount Roland (1,234 metres) and the course has outstanding views of the mountain and across the Kentish Plains. There are a number of well-marked bushwalks here, and walking tracks to the summit reward you with stunning views.
Holes: 9, Par: 68, Length: 5,041 metres, Australian Course Rating: 65.

214 Nook Road
Sheffield, TAS, 7306

Located 12.1K from Lower Wilmot

Working Art Space, The

The Working Art Space is located in Sheffield the famous northwest Tasmanian Town of Murals. It is both an art gallery and thriving hub of local arts related activity. Established in 2005 by the Kentish branch of Tasmanian Regional Arts, it is situated in a heritage-listed former drill hall built in 1912 for the 22nd Light Horse Company.
The interior of the building has been transformed into a high quality arts based facility where you can view and purchase the exceptional work of local artists and artisans, enrol in one of the regularly held workshops plus check out the latest exhibition on display.
If you take the self-guided audio tour of Sheffield's murals, which can be arranged through the Visitor Information Centre, you will eventually find yourself at the Working Art Space because it boasts its own mural with a fitting theme - an old man reminiscing on his youth as a Light Horseman. Alternatively you can follow the stunning new mosaic pathway featuring Tasmanian flora and fauna created by Working Art Space members, from the carpark at the centre of town across historic King George V Park and find yourself at the Gallery. It is definitely worth a visit.

2 Albert Street
Sheffield, TAS, 7306

Located 12.2K from Lower Wilmot

Lower Wilmot: Events

Wilmot Market

The Wilmot Market is held from 9am-2pm on the first Saturday of every month at the Wilmot Town Hall, Main Road, Wilmot.
Sample great tastes of the North West!
Wines from local vineyards, olive oils, honey, sorbet, fresh fruits, berries, vegies, jams, breads, sauces, conserves, pastries, cakes and biscuits. Browse at the bric a brac, hand-made crafts, jewellery, pre-loved clothes, soaps, lotions, gizmos and gifts.

Event Dates
      5th Nov
      3rd Dec
      7th Jan
      4th Feb
      4th Mar
      1st Apr

Main Street
Wilmot, TAS, 7310

Located 9.3K from Lower Wilmot

Sheffield Town Hall Market

The Sheffield Town Hall Market is held on the second Saturday of every month, from 9am to 2pm, at the Sheffield Town Hall on High St, Sheffield.
The stalls along High Street and inside the Town Hall include fresh produce, secondhand goods, biscuits and cakes, preserves, handcrafts and handmade gifts and stationery supplies.
Coffee and yummy food are available with seating in the supper room of the Town Hall.

Event Dates
      12th Nov
      10th Dec

High Street
Sheffield, TAS, 7306

Located 12.1K from Lower Wilmot

Sheffield School Show

The Sheffield School Show and Junior Cattlehandlers Show of Tasmania is an event aimed at judging and educating Tasmania's youngest and future cattlehandlers.
Each November the school show hosts cattle handelrs and breeders from all over the state at the Sheffield School Farm, a working dairy farm.
Separate events will be held for handling and showing the cattle, with judging competitions run to educate the children coming through as junior cattlehandlers.
Roberts Real Estate, Sheffield is the Show's major sponsor.

Event Dates
      4th Nov

1a High Street
Sheffield, TAS, 7306

Located 12.1K from Lower Wilmot

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