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allow all year round swimming at an average water temperature of 27 degrees C.
consist of three limestone caves which were discovered in 1917 by timber cutters. Newdegate Cave is illuminated and open to the public. Guided tours are conducted daily.
Built in 1836 and is the second oldest in Australia.
Gourmet Lunch of local seasonal produce sampling of Bruny Island oysters, cheeses, smoked salmon and island wine to savour - along with fine chocolates and berry farm delights when in season.
contains some of the wildest natural landscapes in Tasmania. The park embraces mountains, lakes and alpine plateaux with vegetation ranging from dense rain forest on the lower slopes to hardy alpin...
Provides views of the Hartz Mountains National Park. Picnic tables, a rock shelter and fire place are also available.
houses many items of historical interest.