Sustainability | 41° South Salmon Farm

Sustainability | 41° South Salmon Farm

41° South Tasmania is a unique tourist attraction located in the UNESCO approved Tasmanian World Heritage Area. A 45 minute drive from Launceston or Devonport brings you to the salmon farm, ginseng nursery and wetlands near Deloraine. They offer free tastings and a small licensed café is located at the farm where light lunches are available. 

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Great Western Tiers Events | August 2021

Great Western Tiers Events | August 2021

Mike Elrington will be performing at Marakoopa Cafe in Mole creek on Sunday August 1 at 12.30. Listen to this gifted singer songwriter with incredible guitar skills while dining in the cosy cafe beneath the Great Western Tiers.

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Walking in the Tiers

Walking in the Tiers

Kooparoona Niara is the Palawa (local aboriginal) name for the Great Western Tiers and means ‘Mountains of the Spirits’.

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Mole Creek Stories

Mole Creek Stories

The Mole Creek Stories project was a volunteer project undertaken in 2017 which captured authentic stories from the Mole Creek Community in four short films. The films were produced by six participants of the Tasmanian Leaders Program; David Pyefinch (Madfinch Creative Video Production), Susan McLeod, Prue Horne, Stuart Loone, Chris Griffin and Theresa Hay. Text and video from www.molecreek.net. Photo above: Tas Parks & Wildlife.

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