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Lunaris Gemstones

Located in Lune River, Tasmania

03 6298 3182

Lunaris Gemstones in the Far South of Tasmania specialises in Tasmanian minerals, jewellery and fossils.

The showroom features Tasmanian Crocoite (Mineral Emblem), unusual Tasmanian Stichtite jewellery and rare Jurassic fossil fern from the Lune River. There are Tasmanian crystals, minerals and fossils, as well as specimens from overseas. Australian facetted stones, quality Australian opal and a variety of lapidary material are available.

Admission is free to Lunaris Gemstones which is located 100 km south of Hobart, via the Huon Valley. Alongside displays of Tasmanian fossils and minerals, many of which were found by the owners, visitors can view a cabinet of fluorescent minerals. Fossicking information is provided for two local fossicking areas as well as statewide. There is a wide choice of minerals, crystals and fossils from around the world to suit beginners or the serious collector. Social and school groups are welcome and educational talks are available on the subject of local geology and the lapidary world (fee applies).

Lunaris Gemstones is only one km north of Ida Bay Historic Railway and close to Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs.

You can also find Lunaris Gemstones at their store at Salamanca Market in Hobart each Saturday or visit them online.

Opening Times: Usually Monday-Friday and Sunday: 0900 - 1700. Calling first is always recommended to avoid disappointment.

Lunaris Gemstones

Lunaris Gemstones

03 6298 3182

Located in Lune River, Tasmania

Lunaris Gemstones in the Far South of Tasmania specialises in Tasmanian minerals, jewellery and fossils.

The showroom features Tasmanian Crocoite (Mineral Emblem), unusual Tasmanian Stichtite jewellery and rare Jurassic fossil fern from the Lune River. There are Tasmanian crystals, minerals and fossils, as well as specimens from overseas. Australian facetted stones, quality Australian opal and a variety of lapidary material are available.

Admission is free to Lunaris Gemstones which is located 100 km south of Hobart, via the Huon Valley. Alongside displays of Tasmanian fossils and minerals, many of which were found by the owners, visitors can view a cabinet of fluorescent minerals. Fossicking information is provided for two local fossicking areas as well as statewide. There is a wide choice of minerals, crystals and fossils from around the world to suit beginners or the serious collector. Social and school groups are welcome and educational talks are available on the subject of local geology and the lapidary world (fee applies).

Lunaris Gemstones is only one km north of Ida Bay Historic Railway and close to Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs.

You can also find Lunaris Gemstones at their store at Salamanca Market in Hobart each Saturday or visit them online.

Opening Times: Usually Monday-Friday and Sunday: 0900 - 1700. Calling first is always recommended to avoid disappointment.

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