See & Do

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Eat & Drink

Enjoy Tassie produce, dining & drinks

Adventure in the wilds

Adventure, nature, wildlife & relaxing

Shopping & Culture

Antiques, art, history & markets


Eat & Drink


Drop in for a pint of unique hand pumped ale & cider. Bring a picnic and sit on a blanket and enjoy the Tassie weather.

Check website for open seasons.

Sample some whisky and other unique Tasmanian spirits at Old Kempton Distillery.

An icon of the Tasmanian wine industry.The restaurant uses produce bio-dynamically grown on-site or sourced from local growers.

A farm and vineyard run by the Ellis family in the Derwent Valley since 1976.

Producing a number of white and red varietals.

Established in 1824 it is the oldest continually operating brewery in Australia.

Nestled at the foot of kunanyi/Mount Wellington in a beautiful building surrounded by lush gardens.

The eatery is all about growing and cooking authentic food from real ingredients.

A not-to-be missed eating experience nestled in the Derwent Valley.

The Agrarian Kitchen is a sustainable farm-based cooking school offering paddock-to-plate experiences.

Enjoy a coffee, tea and some sweet treats in this old wooden chapel surrounded by gardens.

A great spot for lunch or a snack right near Willow Court Antiques.

Nestled perfectly on North facing slopes which run down to the Derwent River.

With four varietals and three labels there’s plenty to try & love.

Encompassing the Derwent Valley, Coal River Valley, Huon Valley and Channel growing regions.

Visit some incredible wineries and sample award-winning Tasmanian wines.

Shopping & Culture


A must visit! The most gorgeous collection of things you will covet. Antiques, and country style collectables of the highest standard.


Richmond is one of Tasmania's most popular destinations, steeped in history, family-friendly and a hub for food and wine lovers

An art gallery unlike any other! Experience the weird and wonderful at the Museum of Old and New Art.

Antique shopping in the many spots in New Norfolk. From upmarket to down right quirky.


The New Norfolk Market is held each Saturday in High Street, New Norfolk between 8am and 2pm. Heaps of free parking available in Laskeys Car Park and just walk through to the market. Local produce, food stalls, artisan breads, bricabrac, plants and more!

Willow Court Antiques

A huge diverse and eclectic collection of antique and vintage wares.

An adorable printing and 'old school' stationery shop. For lovers of paper, posters, pens and printing. Flywheel is a little gem full of extraordinary finds!

Discover amazing things Saturday 8.30 to 3.00

If you are lucky, while visiting the salmon ponds you may catch a glimpse of our local wild platypus...

Every Sunday, come rain hail or shine, a busy street in the heart of Hobart transforms into a bustling farmers’ market. It’s all about Tasmanian produce and getting to know your farmer, and it always has been.

Adventure in the Tassie wilds


Tassie Bound is a Tasmanian adventure kayaking tour business specialising in day kayak tours on the Derwent River, Huon River and Lake Pedder in the Southwest National Park.

New Norfolk is the gateway to the Western Wilds region. Go for an adventure and you’ll be surprised at every turn.

Want to see native animals in their natural habitat? Travel with wildlife experts with local knowlege and observe the amazing unique creatures that call Tasmania home.

Fishing the Derwent

The area from the rapids above New Norfolk down to Granton is a popular spot for targeting trout, especially when the sea runners are about.


Mount Field National Park is a national park in Tasmania, Australia, 34 km northwest of New Norfolk. Water falls and magical walks await.

Personalised Stand Up Paddle Board instruction. Learn to SUP on the still waters of the Derwent River.

The Maydena Bike Park is a world-class mountain bike facility - the trails offers something for everyone, from families through to elite riders.

Unforgettable photographic tours of Mount Field National Park and other stunning wilderness locations.

Wellington Park – a natural reserve situated right on the doorstep of Tasmania’s capital city, Hobart. Park entrance fees do not apply.

A visit to Bonorong is a chance to come closer than ever to something wild and fragile.