Huonville

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Huonville

It doesn’t take long for the Huon Valley to begin casting its spell. Just half an hour drive from Hobart, en route to Huonville you will pass rolling green hills, fruit orchards, neatly-rowed vines and inviting wineries. All this with World Heritage Wilderness in the background including the Hartz Mountains, this drive south of Hobart is always special.

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Cygnet

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Cygnet

Quirky, skilled & abundant creativity lives at the heart of Cygnet. The perfect location between the D’Entrecasteaux Channel and majestic Huon River where art, local produce, community, markets & festivals are celebrated. Visit & embrace Cygnet’s vibrant centre & stunning fertile hills.

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Franklin

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Franklin

Home to the famous Wooden Boat Centre, quaint riverside Franklin is the Huon Valley’s oldest town & packed with charm. Calm water river reflections, messing about on boats, self guided tours of the historic streetscape & local cider tastings, there’s so much to enjoy & love about Franklin.

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Ranelagh

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Ranelagh

Sourdough & pastries, churches & showgrounds, grapes & orchards and stunning valley views, the little hamlet of Ranelagh really packs flavour for your Huon Valley travels. Load up on spectacular seasonal produce just five minutes drive from Huonville.

Grove

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Grove

During autumn harvest season, visitors can enjoy apples by the bucket load, including old heritage varieties & well known favourites from Grove’s roadside stalls. Juicy cherries, berries, stone fruit & jams delight visitors every Summer. Winter Festivals, Willie Smiths Apple Shed, the Apple Museum & Wineries put Grove on your tourist map all year round.

Geeveston

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Geeveston

Geeveston is a small town located south of Huonville. Built on a heritage of forestry and apple growing, the town now operates primarily as a gateway for those exploring the Hartz Mountains National Park, and nearby rivers and attractions. During apple season in autumn, visitors can enjoy apples by the bucket load including Red Delicious, Granny Smith and Crofton from stalls by the roadside.

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Lonnavale

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Lonnavale

Bet you didn’t think you could dog sled in Tassie? Well in Lonnavale you can! Also home to one of the best campsites on the island, beside the river’s edge, you’ll get a taste of Tassie off-grid and never want to leave.