Tasmania - Midlands & Central Highlands (PDF Chapter)
This is the Midlands & Central Highlands chapter from Lonely Planet’s Tasmania guidebook.
Baked, straw-coloured plains, hawthorn hedgerows, rows of poplars, roadside mansions… Tasmania’s Midlands have a distinct English-countryside feel. This is old-school Tasmania, trac-ing the route between Hobart and Launceston hammered out by convict gangs in the early 1800s.
- arc a fly across a stream, trout fishing in the Central Highlands
- ascend the steps inside Callington Mill, Oatlands’ heritage flour mill
- look for the carving of Jorgen Jorgensen, former king of Iceland, on Ross Bridge
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Midlands, Kempton, Oatlands, Ross, Campbell Town, Central Highlands, Bothwell, The Lakes, Hamilton.
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