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Tullah is on the edge of Lake Rosebery and overlooked by magnificent Mount Farrell and Mount Murchison. Once a small mining town, it was extended in the 1970s to accommodate workers on the Pieman River Power Development Scheme.
In Tullah, you can hire a mountain bike or take a wilderness walk for unsurpassed views of the distant peaks, or you might prefer to paddle the lake or Henty River in a sea kayak or canoe with an experienced guide.
Boating and fishing are popular past times with small boats launched into the lake from the boat ramp off the town's main street.
Prior to the building of adequate roads in the area, the Wee Georgie Wood Railway - under its earlier name of the North Farrell Tramway - serviced the town. Today you can ride the small-gauge steam locomotive on a 25-min (1.6 km) ride from the middle of town.
Tullah is an 80-min drive (110 km) south of Burnie.


Tullah: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Wee Georgie Wood Steam Railway

Wee Georgie Wood is a 600mm-gauge (2 feet) 1921 Fowler 0-4-0 tank steam locomotive that operates on the short Farrell Tramway, which opened for operation between the then isolated mining township of Tullah and Farrell Siding, some 9.6 kilometres away on the Emu Bay Railway in 1909.
Wee Georgie Wood was the prime source of motive power for the tramway between 1921 and 1962, when the new Murchison Highway reached Tullah and the original tramway ceased operations.
Most of the original tramway route was inundated by the rising waters of Lake Rosebery. In the 1980s Wee Georgie was rescued and restored to full running order by a group of local enthusiasts and volunteers.

Main Road
Tullah, TAS, 7321

Located 1.0K from Tullah

Lake Mackintosh

Lake Mackintosh is five kilometres from Tullah in Tasmania's west and is one of the most beautiful lakes in the region. The lake and surrounding country is magnificent with myrtle, sassafras and eucalypt forests along with native ferns growing almost to the lake's edge.
Like all Hydro Tasmania lakes, Lake Mackintosh is stocked with brown and rainbow trout and a great place to go fishing with several boat ramps available on the lake.
Lake Macintosh is also a terrific place to enjoy a picnic or barbecue on the shore.
There are several easy bush walking tracks around the lake or take a three-hour return walk to the summit of Mt Farrell through lush forest past old mines and through areas of buttongrass. From the summit there are amazing views of Tasmania's wilderness.
You need a licence to fish for trout in Tasmania's lakes. A free brochure - Fishing Code for Anglers - is available from licence-selling agents and the Inland Fisheries Commission.

Tullah, TAS, 7321

Located 5.0K from Tullah

Rosebery Golf Course

Rosebery Golf Course is a scenic, nine-hole golf course in far west Tasmania. It is located just outside Rosebery, a small mining town surrounded by mountains and rainforest. Rosebery is 90 minutes south west of Burnie (125 kilometres), and 45 minutes north of Queenstown (60 kilometres).
Rosebery Golf Course is set among natural bush and has some lovely views over the surrounding forest and mountains. The course has an interesting layout which winds around the forest and includes some hills. Both the eighth and ninth holes are par five and are played up and then back down a large hill. The eighth hole is a feature - with a narrow tee shot, dog-leg to the left and 250-metre uphill to a two-tiered green surrounded by rainforest. The area has a high rainfall so fairways are usually well grassed and the greens well maintained.
The course is operated by members of the local community with support from the local mining company. Green fees are paid into an honesty box as the course clubhouse is only open for competition mornings and afternoons.
Holes: nine, Par: 72, Length: 5,650 metres, Australian Course Rating: 70

Murchison Highway
Rosebery, TAS, 7470

Located 9.1K from Tullah

Montezuma Falls

Montezuma Falls, near Rosebery on Tasmania's west coast, is Tasmania's highest waterfall. The track to the falls begins at Williamsford, two kilometres south of Rosebery.
This easy, three-hour return walk along a level track takes you to the base of the 104 metre falls through pleasant park-like rainforest of leatherwood, myrtle, sassafras and giant tree ferns.
You may see native wildlife along the way, including several species of birds. The track follows the historic route of the former North East Dundas Tramway right to the base of Montezuma Falls.
The creek immediately below the falls was once spanned by a wooden trestle bridge, 160 feet long and 50 feet high. Today derelict pieces of timber, moss-covered concrete piers and rusty bolts are the only remains of this bridge.
Facilities at nearby Rosebery include picnic facilities, shops and toilets.
Rosebery is a 90-minute drive south of Burnie.

Off A10
Rosebery, TAS, 7470

Located 16.3K from Tullah

Tullah: Events

Rosebery Festival

The Rosebery Festival is the West Coast's most vibrant festival which is celebrated over four days. An art exhibition is opened on the first day and on the second day there a number of live concerts at the Toorak Football Club rooms. Expect to enjoy a mixture of great performances including rock, blues and acoustic.
Day three, the Saturday, is a family fun day with a street market, a car show and face painting and rides for the kids. Saturday night there are more live performances at the Top Pub where based on previous years there is lots of dancing and lots of fun. At 9pm the night sky of Rosebery will be lit up by a fireworks display.
Sunday is "recovery day" with poetry readings and acoustic performances.

Event Dates
      23rd Feb
      24th Feb
      25th Feb
      26th Feb

Agnes Street
Rosebery, TAS, 7470

Located 8.1K from Tullah

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