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THE TAMAR VALLEY

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Tamar Valley.  History, pristine scenery, fine food & premium wines.

Pristine waters of Badgers Beach, Narawntapu National Park  A 10 minutes drive from Green's Beach.

The Tamar Valley is located in the centre of Northern Tasmania with Launceston, Tasmania's second largest city, at the southern end of the valley and Bass Strait at the northern end some 40 kilometres away. The Tamar River is an estuary and can be navigated it's entire length. River cruises are available all year round. The North Esk and South Esk rivers flow into the Tamar River at Launceston.

 

RIGHT: The Tamar River from Brady's Lookout near Exeter and Grindelwald on the West Tamar Highway.

GETTING THERE - LAUNCESTON

 

The Tamar Valley can be easily accessed by good sealed roads from Launceston as well as Devonport on the North-West Coast and Bridport and Scottsdale in the North East.   Launceston is an hours flight by jet aircraft from Melbourne.  Direct flights are also available from Sydney daily with direct flights from Brisbane most days (subject to change).  Up to 20 commercial jets a day fly into Launceston.   Launceston is a little over an hours drive from Devonport and 2 hours from Hobart.