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Woolmers Estate, Longford

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Historic Site Tourist Spot
Built in 1817 and owned by the same family until the 1990s, Woolmers Estate is a World Heritage-listed homestead furnished with period furniture. The complex includes a number of farm buildings and a rose garden. The estate's shearing shed remains the country's oldest still in use. You can stay overnight at one of the onsite cottages, but be sure to make your arrangements in advance. Plan your Woolmers Estate visit and explore what else you can see and do in Longford using our Longford itinerary builder.
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  • The purpose of my visit was to explore the convict history as Woolmers Estate has world heritage listing for its role in the convict assignment system. The tour was all about the Archer family and onl...  more »
  • One of Tasmania's colonial homestead, beautiful gardens - all very English as you would expect. Gardens are especially beautiful in Spring and Autumn  more »
  • Great experience. Cosy, very old cottage with wood fire heating and upstairs king bedroom with a dormer window. Great facilities including washer, dryer and fully equipped kitchen. Only oversight was ...  more »
  • There are a number of original (1800s) cottages in the grounds of the estate which sleep up to 6 people. They are cosy, with wood heaters and self contained kitchen. The house cafe does wonderful home made scones with clotted cream and blackberry jam made from their own wild berries! A new visitors' centre is to open mid 2017 which will complement the existing facilities.
  • Very interesting. Great display of history inside and outside. Good tour guides
  • One of the oldest, most comprehensive and best preserved rural properties in Australia - this is a unique national treasure. It could be even more complete with accounts of interaction between this very early British settler family, the environment and the aboriginal inhabitants. Congratulations and thanks to all the volunteers.
  • Staff- very informative Venue - great historic house and surroundings Great photo opportunities of historic value
  • Amazing setting and beautiful grounds