When visiting Launceston and Northern Tasmania be sure to say hello to some of our champions on the way.
We love Lydia, and we know you will too!
You can visit Lydia at the Red Feather Inn; an escape from the hustle of everyday life. This gorgeous sandstone convict built Inn which was first licensed into 1844 is just what you need to relax and get back in touch with what matters.
If you are looking to enjoy the Inn for everything it has to offer we recommend you take part in one of the Red Feather Inn’s cooking classes. Learn the joys of making pasta, become part of the process in butchery and sausage making or even how to make your own bread.
We would like you to meet Otto. Otto is a wine sales extraordinaire located on the Tamar Valley Wine Route!
He has been loyal to Moores Hill Estate cellar door for six years now and insinuates he cannot see himself ever moving on. Moores Hill is very lucky to have such a charismatic and approachable salesman like Otto, whom greets every patron with a cuddle! While Otto isn’t much of a talker, he will point you in the direction of one of the many premium cool climate wines.
We encourage you to visit Moores Hill Estate and be captivated by Otto’s charm. We sure have been.
I’m usually black and white but I’m not a newspaper, I lay eggs but I’m not a chicken, I eat fish but I’m not a whale, I’m a fairy but I won’t take your teeth.
Who am I?
Can’t get it?
I can be spotted at Low Head, but you’ll have to do a tour to see me. Who am I? A fairy penguin!!
The Low Head Penguin Tours is an experience you’ll remember. Shirley the fabulous coordinator of the tours says “These hands were not put on this earth for housework!!” and we can see why. . .Ranked number one on TripAdvisor for things to do in Low Head; the whole experience is intimate, fascinating and unlike any other.
Shirley couldn’t imagine living anywhere else but in this area, born and bred, she is passionate about Low Head and all that it has to offer. . .