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Woolmers Estate, Longford

#19 of 68 in Historic Sites in Tasmania
World heritage site · Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Built in 1817 and owned by the same family until the 1990s, Woolmers Estate is a World Heritage-listed homestead furnished with period furniture. The complex includes a number of farm buildings and a rose garden. The estate's shearing shed remains the country's oldest still in use. You can stay overnight at one of the onsite cottages, but be sure to make your arrangements in advance. Using our international travel planner, Longford attractions like Woolmers Estate can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We walked to Woolmers from Brickendon, as recommended. Once we got there it took us 30 mins to find the Visitors' Centre, to be told that the cafe wasn't operating (the web site said it was). There...  more »
  • Step six generations back in time. A wonderful day out against a backdrop of the National Rose Garden. Just 15 minutes from Launceston. The main house is as it was almost 200 years back, down to the.....  more »

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