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Spreyton: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Home Hill


Now owned and operated by the National Trust, Home Hill was the family home of Tasmania's only Prime Minister, Joseph Lyons, his wife Dame Enid Lyons - the first woman elected to Australia's federal parliament - and their 12 children.
Built for the family in 1916, it became their haven from public life and remains largely as it was when Dame Enid last lived there in 1981.
Dame Enid's style is evident throughout the house, with an amazing array of wallpapers from the 1940s to the 1970s beneath classic pressed tin ceilings; and in the garden through the rock walls and paths, the pond and the garden rooms.
Every part of Home Hill houses a rich collection of the political and personal mementos of two people who dedicated their lives to public service and their family, providing an unexpected insight into Australian political life and international relations during the momentous events of the mid-twentieth century.
Situated only a five-minute drive from either the centre of Devonport or the Spirit of Tasmania dock, Home Hill is accessible by guided tour only.
Bookings recommended. Age 6 and under free. Child price is for age 7 to 16.




77 Middle Road
Devonport, TAS, 7310

Located 2.6K from Spreyton

Spreyton Cider Co.


Spreyton Cider Co. produces premium Tasmanian ciders made from our own apples. Our Cidery located on our working orchards in Spreyton offers tastings for $10, allowing visitors to try all five ciders and receive a glass or stubby of their favourite.
Spreyton Cider Co. is the latest venture from Spreyton Fresh, home of the finest Fresh Apple Juice since 1998. Our families have been growing apples in Spreyton since 1908. Building on our expertise in producing the best fresh apple juice, our range of ciders are classic examples of the cider maker's art.
All our ciders are made from 100% Tasmanian apples and pears, with most grown in our own orchards right here in Spreyton. We use traditional cider making techniques with a modern twist to create our unique range of ciders. Our cider undergoes secondary fermentation in the bottle and is then bottle conditioned to achieve a light carbonation and a supreme flavour. We have five ciders in our range and the Vintage cider won bronze at the 2013 Australian Cider Awards.
You may wish to purchase Barringwood Park wines from us, as their cellar door recently closed.




Cnr Sheffield and Melrose Road
Spreyton, TAS, 7310

Located 2.9K from Spreyton

Simon Martin Whips


Simon Martin Whips and Leathercraft is a one of a kind shop and a great place for the whole family. No where else in Tasmania will you be able to see Australian Stockwhips and Saddles made right under the one roof. Learn about the work that goes into crafting up to 48 strands of leather and witness the taking shape of the World's Longest Stockwhip, that is a ten year project. The retail shop offers a range of products which includes knives, Akubra's, belts, hand bags, boots and much more. Don't miss this unique experience while in Tasmania.
Devonport is just over one hours' drive (103 kilometres/64 miles) from Launceston.




4 Formby Road
Devonport, TAS, 7310

Located 3.0K from Spreyton

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 4.2K from Spreyton

Devonport Regional Gallery


The Devonport Regional Gallery is a regional public art gallery in North West Tasmania.
The Devonport Regional Gallery is housed in a converted 19th century church in the town's centre. It features a permanent collection of fine and decorative art and craft, with a predominant interest in 20th century glass, ceramics and woodcraft. There is an emphasis on work by Tasmanian artists, and the gallery sometimes hosts touring exhibitions throughout the year. An ongoing public art program includes workshops, artists' floor talks, lectures and holiday art activities. The Gallery has exhibited work by a number of prominent Australian artists including Tasmanian painter David Keeling, West Australian artist Jonathan Kimberley and renowned Tasmanian printmaker Bea Maddock. Admission is free to the Devonport Regional Gallery and is open daily.
Nearby you can visit the working exhibits at the Don River Railway Museum or explore Tasmania's seagoing history at the Bass Strait Maritime Centre.
Devonport is a small coastal city, a one-hour-and-15-minute drive (101 km) from Launceston.




45-47 Stewart Street
Devonport, TAS, 7310

Located 4.4K from Spreyton

Tasmanian Trail


The Tasmanian Trail is a long distance (480 km) multi-purpose recreational trail extending from Devonport on the northern coast to Dover in the south.
The Trail passes through a wide range of environments including some of the most beautiful and facinating areas of Tasmania.
The Tasmanian Trail provides a journey rich in cultural and natural history.
The Tasmanian Trail guidebook gives walkers, mountain bike riders and horse riders all the information required to travel all or part of the Trail.




Ferry Terminal
Devonport, TAS, 7310

Located 4.6K from Spreyton

Portside Gallery


This unique development of an open art studio and gallery features works of Gina, an award winning artist, photographer, poet working in a variety of media. They also hold group exhibitions of local artists from time to time and workshops throughout the year. The artist is available to talk to onsite and holds open studio days where you can see the artist at work.
Works include original, one of a kind, paintings, photography, assemblage using repurposed vintage finds, handmade cards, lino prints, mosaics, artists books, hand stitched textiles and resin brooches. Other products include locally made Tasmanian keyrings, cast pewter pins and figurines, handmade soaps, chocolates, 'a gift of seeds', handmade cards, local jewellery, pottery and other speciality products.
This attraction is within walking distance of local beaches, parks and shopping strip. A small car hire company also runs from the property providing cars for visitors off the Spirit of Tasmania as well as internet bookings internationally and locally.




1 Murray Street
East Devonport, TAS, 7310

Located 4.6K from Spreyton

Don River Railway


Passenger trains disappeared from Tasmania some time ago, except this one, a full size loco service from the Don Village Station to Coles Beach every day.
After leaving Don Village, the route of the Don River Railway winds its way along the Eastern banks of the picturesque Don River, passing Restoration Siding where old vehicles are awaiting their turn for restoration at the hands of the craftsmen. During the thirty minute return journey you will pass through a nature reserve and you will also see many places of historical interest.
A steam locomotive pulls the train on Sundays and public holidays and all January (other than high fire danger days). For the remainder of the year weekday trains are run with a vintage rail car. The collection of steam and diesel locomotives and rolling stock is open for inspection at the Don Village Station, where there is also a souvenir and model shop.




Forth Main Road
Don, TAS, 7310

Located 4.6K from Spreyton

Spreyton: Travel Tips

Devonport Visitor Centre


The Devonport Visitor Centre is staffed with skilled and knowledgeable locals who can provide Statewide expert travel information and bookings. The friendly experienced staff offer extensive itinerary and tour suggestions and reservations, Spirit of Tasmania bookings, National Park Passes, souvenirs, coffee, free Wi-Fi, as well as where to go, what to see and where to eat.
The Devonport Visitor Centre makes all your travelling plans easy for you.
Open seven days a week.





92 Formby Road
Devonport, TAS, 7310

Located 4.5K from Spreyton

Devonport Cruise Terminal


The Devonport Cruise Terminal is located four kilometres (two and a half miles) from Devonport's city centre.
Devonport is centrally located in Tasmania's north-west, ideally located to explore the wilderness of Cradle Mountain National Park, tour some limestone caves, meet some of the native wildlife at nearby Narawntapu National Park, take a wilderness cruise at Strahan, explore historic Stanley. Visit some of our vineyards and indulge in some of our award-winning cool climate wines and magnificent local produce.
There are a wide range of tour options and activities available. The region offers spectacular breathtaking scenery and wilderness.
Most major cruise companies visit Tasmanian ports.




The Esplanade
East Devonport, TAS, 7310

Located 4.6K from Spreyton

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