Tasmania - Midlands & Lake Country (Chapter)
This is the Midlands & Lake Country chapter from Lonely Planet’s Tasmania guidebook.
Baked plains, hawthorn hedgerows, fertile river valleys, roadside mansions: Tasmania’s Midlands have a distinct English-countryside feel; while the underpopulated and undertouristed Lake Country atop Tasmania’s Central Plateau features subalpine moorlands and trout-filled lakes.
- read the heinous convict histories in the red bricks along the main street of Campbell Town
- ascend the multiple levels of Oatlands’ fascinating Callington Mill
- restaurants and accommodation
- try to find the carving of Jorgen Jorgenson, former king of Iceland, on the Ross Bridge
Coverage includes: Midland (Heritage) Highway, Oatlands, Ross, Campbell Town, Lake Country, Bothwell, The Lakes, Derwent Valley, Hamilton and Tarraleah.
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