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Grindelwald Swiss Village (Attraction)


Grindelwald is a 15-minute drive north of Launceston (15 km) in the Tamar Valley.
The Swiss-themed Tamar Valley Resort at Grindelwald includes a range of activities including, a shopping arcade, news and gift store, clothing store, hairdresser, day spa, golf pro shop, chocolate cafe, you can test your skill at the 18-hole mini-golf course, or play a round on the ten-hole public golf course, paddle boat hire and canoeing on the lake, and then have a jump on the world's longest bouncing pillow available for children.
If you are feeling hungry you can go for a meal or snack at the lakeside Alpenrose Bistro. The Tamar Valley Resort also has many accommodation options include the Grand Chateau Hotel and self-contained family chalets.
The Tamar Valley Resort is located in the Swiss-style village of Grindelwald, Northern Tasmania.
The village of Grindelwald was established in the 1980s as a unique residential development. All houses in Grindelwald have been built in Swiss style, with wide eaves, flowerboxes, window shutters and balconies. The settlement is fringed with glassy lakes and views of the Tamar Valley.




7 Waldhorn Drive
Grindelwald, TAS, 7277

Located 3.8K from Bridgenorth

Brady's Lookout


A unique attraction in the Tamar Valley, Brady's Lookout was once the hideout for bushranger Mathew Brady. Ample parking, BBQ, toilets, all access ramps and viewing platforms, this is a great spot for a selfie or a picnic lunch. Views up and down the Tamar River with the vista extending over 120kms to Ben Lomond massif in the south and almost all the way to the coast and Bass Strait to the north.
The viewing platforms are set right on the cliff edge with the escarpment falling away to the river 140 metres below. There is also interpretation signage in regard to Mathew Brady telling the story of a bushranger who irritated the government in his exploits while winning the hearts of the female colonists. When finally captured, Brady was showered with gifts while incarcerated and had the crowd wailing at his hanging.




West Tamar Highway
Rosevears, TAS, 7277

Located 5.1K from Bridgenorth

Tasmania Zoo


Tasmania Zoo is the state's only fully-accredited Zoo, near Launceston in Tasmania's north.
Set amongst extensive natural bushland, the zoo has Tasmania's biggest collection of animals including the world's largest private devil breeding program. You will come face to face with the world-famous Tasmanian Devils who assist research into the devil facial tumour disease. Witness these fascinating creatures live, at the devil feedings and interpretation times, daily at 10.30am, 1pm and 3.30pm.
You will also see over 80 species of birds, from fairy penguins, swift parrots to macaws. Penguin feeding daily at 10am and 4pm.
You can enjoy hand feeding the native Australian animals like wallaby's, wombats, kangaroos and the domestic animals like sheep, cattle, goats, alpacas and miniature ponies.
Tasmania Zoo also has the second largest collection of Primates in any private Australian Zoo, along with many other exotic species, watch the Meerkat feeding daily at 11.30am and 2.10pm.
This is an excellent family destination, with a variety of activities including barbecues, picnic facilities, children's play area with swings, and an onsite caf? and gift shop.
Tasmania Zoo is a 20-minute drive (18 km) from Launceston.




1166 Ecclestone Road,
1166
Riverside, TAS, 7250

Located 5.6K from Bridgenorth

Notley Fern Gorge


Notley Fern Gorge is a remnant patch of rainforest above the Tamar Valley, northern Tasmania. The wet sclerophyll forest area has a walking track and picnic area beneath towering trees.
The forest is dominated by eucalypts towering above the rainforest understorey. The state reserve is well known for a burnt out tree known as 'Bradey's Tree.' It is named after the 1820s bushranger whose gang is believed to have hidden in this forest. There is a 1.5 kilometre (1 mile) track weaving past glades of mosses and ferns which takes about 45-minutes to walk. The walk requires moderate fitness and crosses the creek several times with a steady climb uphill on the return.
Enjoy reading about the types of fauna and flora on information stands throughout the reserve and observe the native birdlife including pink robins and golden whistlers. Other largely nocturnal wildlife include Bennetts wallabies, Tasmanian devils and ringtail possums. Marvel at large tree ferns, hard water ferns down by the creek's edge and filmy ferns, found growing on the trunks of trees. After your forest walk, enjoy the picnic and barbecue area.
Notley Fern Gorge is half an hours' drive (24 kilometres/15 miles) north-west of Launceston.




C732
Legana, TAS, 7277

Located 5.7K from Bridgenorth

Rosevears Art Gallery


Rosevears Art Gallery is a wonderful compilation of local artists' work. Enjoy a coffee, wander through the gallery and enjoy a wide variety of pieces that will intrigue. You will see pieces that are practical, pieces that are beautiful and pieces that are masterful within a relaxing and unpretentious setting.




215 Rosevears Drive
Rosevears, TAS, 7277

Located 6.8K from Bridgenorth

Tamar Island Wetlands Centre and Reserve


The Tamar Island Wetlands is a unique urban wetlands reserve just a ten-minute drive from Launceston. A short (500 metre) walk from the interpretation centre takes you to a bird hide with seating where you can observe wetland birds on the lagoon and enjoy a restful break.
An outstanding interpretation centre offers visitors the opportunity to learn more about the value of the wetlands. The interpretation centre and the boardwalk to the island have easy wheelchair access and both have disabled toilet facilities.
The Tamar Island Wetlands Centre offers a range of activities for both adults and children. Volunteers present talks and activities on topics such as wetlands ecology, macro-invertebrates and the pest fish species Gambusia.
A Discovery Ranger program operates daily over the summer holiday period.




West Tamar Road
Riverside, TAS, 7250

Located 9.2K from Bridgenorth

Honey Tasmania - The Beehive


Honey Tasmania invites you to experience the delicious and fascinating world of honey, learn about the remarkable journey from flower source to jar and appreciate the wonder that is the honeybee.
At The Beehive, you will find yourself immersed in all things bees and honey and learn about the unique Tasmanian environment.
You will be able taste uniquely different varieties of pure raw honey made by our millions of industrious bees. At Honey Tasmania, we move our hives to various locations in the north of Tasmania, following the flow of nectar and pollen, allowing us to bring you over 15 distinctive honeys.
In The Beehive, we are also showcasing two wonderful new display beehives, where you can watch the queen laying eggs, see a new baby emerge from a cell and experience the delight of the bees communicating through their waggle dance.
Along with our delicious honey, we sell honey alcohol (the largest selection in Australia), as well as Tasmanian whisky and gin; we stock beauty products made from honey and beeswax; and offer honey and bee related handmade gifts, books on bees and honey, and many more honeybee focused products.
Come in and try our delicious honey ice cream!




124 Main Road
Exeter, TAS, 7275

Located 9.2K from Bridgenorth

Trevallyn Dam


Trevallyn Dam is within the Trevallyn Nature Recreation Area on the South Esk River, just outside of Launceston in Tasmania's north and is a great spot for picnics, trail walks and boating on the dam.
Visitors to the reserve can walk along the South Esk River gorge, see the Trevallyn Dam wall in flood and experience cable hang-gliding.
There's also an open grassy reserve that's home to resident wombats and ducks.
Enjoy short walks to lookouts or a longer walk from the gorge past the Trevallyn Power Station.
During summer, the water is ideal for swimming and the shores of Lake Trevallyn are used by the Launceston community for water skiing, kayaking and windsurfing.
Find a spot in the spacious undercover barbecue area to have lunch.
Trevallyn Dam is less than a 10-minute drive from Launceston's CBD.




Gorge Road
Launceston, TAS, 7250

Located 12.1K from Bridgenorth

Bridgenorth: Events

Farmgate Festival


Unearth real food at the Farmgate Festival over two days in early spring. Meet local producers and tour behind the scenes at farm and food businesses. Taste, buy and learn about seasonal and value added produce. Enjoy a self-drive tour of the stunning Tamar Valley and visit farms that produce beef, apples, pork, hazelnuts, wine, cider, truffles, seafood, salads and herbs, olive oil, berries and more. Drive together with friends to make a great day awesome. Experience a Festival Feast prepared by well-known Tasmanian chefs featuring produce from the Festival Farms.


Event Dates
2019
      23rd Nov
      24th Nov


Tamar Valley
Exeter, TAS, 7275

Located 8.9K from Bridgenorth

Bridgenorth: Travel Tips

Tamar Visitor Centre Exeter


The Tamar Visitor Centre is located in the Tamar Valley town of Exeter in northern Tasmania.
As a member of the accredited Tasmanian Visitor Information Network located around the state, the Tamar Visitor Centre is open from 8.30am - 5pm seven days a week and has skilled, knowledgeable staff and volunteers who can provide expert local and statewide travel information. Our staff can also organise your bookings and reservations and give advice on what to see and do and where to eat around the Island.
You can purchase your Tamar Triple Passes at the Tamar Visitor Centre (discounted entry into three of the Tamar Valley's major attractions: Grubb Shaft Gold and Heritage Museum, Seahorse World and Platypus House) and save money. The Tamar Visitor Centre also has a large range of souvenirs and gifts to suit all tastes and budgets.
The Tamar Valley region highlight include the Tamar Valley Wine Route, that guides you to cellar doors and vineyard restaurants; Narawntapu National Park, with its beach walks and wildlife; Grubb Shaft Gold and Heritage Museum at nearby Beaconsfield; Seahorse World and Platypus House at Beauty Point and many more attractions.




Main Road
Exeter, TAS, 7275

Located 9.3K from Bridgenorth

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