Like so many other Australian destinations, the town of Deloraine holds numerous wonderful pockets of intrigue. Whether your holiday goals are to eat well or to explore exotic wildlife and rainforest destinations, there is no shortage of things to do.
Situated in the north central portion of Tasmania, Australia and divided by the Meander River, this lovely historic town is known as the perfect resting spot for weary travellers.
Visitors can enjoy the picturesque setting or relax and have a coffee at Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm.
- Liffey Falls
- Yarns Artwork in Sille
- Deloraine Folk Museum
- Shop the world renowned Tasmanian Craft Fair (the largest in the southern hemisphere)
- Play a round of golf at the Deloraine Golf Course; enjoy the views of Quamby Bluff.
- Go spelunking in the spectacular Marakoopa and King Solomons Caves at Mole Creek Karst National Park.
Getting To Deloraine And Around
The Hobart International Airport services the area and is just 1.5 hours distance from Deloraine by car. Information desks for hire cars are located a short walk away.
Travellers without access to cars can use Tasmanian Redline Airporter services as the line offers several stops at popular tourist destinations.
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