Top things to do

Top Choice Cafe in Campbell Town

Zeps

A top refuelling spot is the hyperactive Zeps, serving brekky, panini, pasta, fat pies and good coffee throughout the day, plus impressive pizzas and more substantial mains in the evening. This ain't no blow-through…
Top Choice Books in Campbell Town

Book Cellar

In the vaulted 1833 convict-built cellar of what was once a coaching inn, then a B&B, is the unexpected Book Cellar, specialising in Tasmanian tomes. Grab a coffee and have a browse.
Bridge in Campbell Town

Red Bridge

The convict-built bridge across the slow-moving Elizabeth River at Campbell Town was completed in 1838, making it almost as venerable as the Ross Bridge. Locals call it the Red Bridge because it was built from more …
Historic Building in Campbell Town

Grange

This noble 1847 mansion, set back a dignified distance from the main street, is now used as a conference centre.
Historic Building in Campbell Town

Campbell Town Inn

The 1840 Campbell Town Inn has been converted into an antiques shop, but its solid-stone bones remain.
Museum in Campbell Town

Campbell Town Museum

This curio-strewn, volunteer-run museum features histories of characters such as John Batman and Martin Cash (a local bushranger). Sundry other old artefacts include an amazing 1930s film projector once used by the …
Fair in Campbell Town

Campbell Town Show

The annual 'paddock to people' Campbell Town Show is the oldest country show in Australia, running since 1839. The closing cocktail party is a blast.
Church in Campbell Town

St Luke’s Church of England

The squat-topped St Luke’s Church of England dates from 1835. Consult the website for an exhaustive history of the organ here.
Historic Building in Campbell Town

Old School

The still-scholarly-looking 1878 old school sits in the grounds of Campbell Town's current school. Not open for visits.