Farm in New Norfolk & Around

Salmon Ponds

In 1864 rainbow and brown trout were bred for the first time in the southern hemisphere at this hatchery, 9km west of New Norfolk. You can feed the fish in the display ponds, which are strung through a...

Winery in New Norfolk & Around

Stefano Lubiana Wines

Is this Tuscany? Sonoma Valley, maybe? No, it's Granton, about 20km north of Hobart and 16km southeast of New Norfolk, but the vibe is very international. The wines produced here – notably chardonnay, pinot gris...

Brewery in New Norfolk & Around

Two Metre Tall

Get a rural fix and a beer at this farm-based craft brewery, featuring hand-pumped ales and ciders brewed in the old shearing shed beside the bar. Wood BBQs available (BYO meat). You'll find the brewery 12km...

Historic Building in New Norfolk & Around

Willow Court Historic Site

Infamous Willow Court dates from the 1820s and once housed invalid convicts before it became a mental institution. In 1968 it had 1000 patients, but by the 1980s asylums began to be phased out in favour of...

Viewpoint in New Norfolk & Around

Pulpit Rock Lookout

For camera-conducive views over New Norfolk and a sweeping Derwent River bend, take the road along the northern side of the river eastward for 1km, then up a steep, unsealed side road to this ace lookout.

Church in New Norfolk & Around

Church of St Matthew

Built in 1823, St Matthew’s is Tasmania’s oldest church. It’s been extensively modified since it first rose from the ground – its best features today are some impressive stained-glass windows.