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Woolmers Estate, Longford
(4/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • Well worth a visit. An important piece of Australian history. A beautiful setting with spectacular rose garden. Do the guided tour to see behind the locked doors. 
  • The National Rose Garden was simply gorgeous. Perfect time of year to visit as the roses were in full bloom and the scent divine!! $14 entrance fee and we could do our own "self guided" tour of the hi...  more »
  • This place is gorgeous. Well maintained and preserved. I loved that our tour guide is married to an Archer! It really added to the experience that the family are still involved. 
  • 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
  • Wonderful. So much to see and catch a glimpse of life in an earlier era. Just like jumping into a time warp really! Looking gorward to progress reports on the upgrade of facilities and displays.
  • Great value for money, close to the Launceston airport
  • Lovely garden. Just need to make the whole place a little more accessible. Steps to cafe and loos and no ramps around house garden makes if difficult for those in wheelchairs or scooters