(Photo of The Nut, Stanley, courtesy of Walter Bartlett)
Rich red volcanic soils and good rainfall make the North West region ideal for agriculture including growing vegetables and dairy farming. This region is typically lush and green and includes the Tarkine rainforest.
Stanley was the birthplace of Joseph Lyons who was Prime Minister of Australia from 1932 to 1939. Highfield House was built in 1843 and was designed by John Lee Archer, who also designed Parliament House in Hobart.
Smithton's industries include dairy and beef, aquaculture and fishing. In spring, Table Cape is a mass of colour with hectares of colourful tulips.
Woolnorth is a rural property on the north west tip of Tasmania which includes a substantial wind farm powered by the "Roaring 40s" winds. Marrawah has spectacular surf waves.
Copperfoiled stained glass and sandblasted glass artwork.
hand made goats milk soap
we create Tasmanian Natural Candles and Accesories. Our Candles are made from 100% Soy or Palm wax meaning our products contain no harmful chemicals or lead. Proudcts include: Soy Candles in four jar sizes Soy Melter Tiles Soy Travelling Tins in two sizes Fragrance Oil Diffusers Palm Pillar Candles in several sizes Natural Lip Balm Natural Soap over 30 fragrances to choose from in the entire range.
Handmade Tasmanian Softies created in felt. Featuring Tassie Devil boys and girls, and now a Tasmanian Tiger. 10% of all profits are donated to the Save The Tasmanian Devil Appeal
Highest quality Tasmanian wilderness photography, custom handmade Tasmanian timber picture frames.