Suburb Profile

Cockle Creek

Tasmania’s far South. The furthest road south on the Australian continent! Incredible national park and bush walking to South Cape and pristine beaches. Small local population. Historically a whaling…

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Cygnet

The small hamlet of Cygnet lies between the beautiful D'Entrecasteaux Channel on one side and the majestic Huon River on the other and is the centre of the fruit growing Huon Valley where apple, cherry…

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Dover

Dover is a pretty fishing village with beaches, pastoral scenery and plenty of fresh seafood and produce for hungry travellers. One of Tasmania's most southern towns, Dover sits at the head of Esperance…

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Franklin

The riverside township of Franklin has lots of old-fashioned Tasmanian charm, from the quaint historic buildings and streetscape to the pretty wooden boats floating on the Huon River. Located in the…

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Geeveston

Geeveston is a small township nestled in the lower reaches of the scenic Huon Valley. It has a strong apple growing and forestry heritage and today caters for travellers exploring the nearby forests, Hartz…

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Glen Huon

Glen Huon is a small township and surrounding area on the southern side of the Huon River in the south-east of Tasmania, Australia between Huonville and Judbury. Famous for it's alpaca farm and Mushrooms,…

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Grove

Apple cider anyone? Home to the famous Willie Smith Apple museum and cider house. Close commute to Hobart and on bus route.…

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Huonville

Huonville sits on the banks of the tranquil Huon River and is surrounded by fruit orchards, farmland and the peaks of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The town makes an ideal base for exploring…

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Judbury

Famous for the best local park and Hall in the Huon Valley. Home to the Sunday Judbury Market where locals sell home grown produce and home made goods. A pontoon to launch kayaks and BBQ facilities nearby…

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Lonnavale

An expansive rural area with rivers, popular camping grounds and friendly people. With trout fishing and swimming in near-by Russell River swimming hole. Famous for the incredible Lake Skinner Bush-walking…

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Mountain River

Mountain River is a rural locality in the Huon Valley local government area of Tasmania, Australia. It shares a postcode of 7109. The locality increasingly is a lifestyle destination, being only about…

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Port Huon

Port Huon is a small community with big, sweeping views of the Huon River, Bruny Island, D'Entrecasteaux Channel and the Hartz Mountains. Port Huon was once a busy trading port and the destination for…

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Ranelagh

Ranelagh is a township in the Huon Valley of Tasmania, Australia. It is simultaneously a tourist town and a rural locality, adjacent to the Huon Valley's center of Huonville. It is best known for the…

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