Directions from East Coast, Launceston or Devonport

From the East Coast

(Approximately a 4 hour drive without stopping.)

Enjoy the drive. Try to visit the historical town of Ross – an old garrison town, with its wonderful convict built buildings, historical bridge – one of the finest in Tasmania and stop at the bakery for a mouth watering delight. Leave the flat farming country and climb the Western Tiers onto the start of the highland country, with its dramatic landscape and lakes.

Be careful on the Marlborough Highway between Miena and Bronte Park especially if it has snowed. It is also a well used logging truck road.

Our property is located on the right hand side of the Lyell Highway, just before the Caltex Servo sign.

From Launceston and Devonport

(Approximately a 2½ hour drive without stopping)

Launceston

Although there are two ways one can travel, we suggest the more scenic route of Hadspen, Carrick, Westbury, Deloraine, and Mole Creek, back to Deloraine, then Miena and Bronte Park.

Devonport

Detour to Sheffield – the town of murals and then to Deloraine, Mole Creek etc.

Visit www.greatwesterntiers.net.au for all the information regarding the majority of this journey. There really is a lot to see and do.

Be careful on the Marlborough Highway between Miena and Bronte Park especially if it has snowed. It is also a well used logging truck road.

Our property is located on the right hand side of the Lyell Highway, just before the Caltex Servo sign.

Contact John or Louise should you require any assistance with your journey to us.