Asimatree Bed & Breakfast and Art Garden49 Bucks Road, Tarleton
A garden to explore, filled with an eclectic mix of trees, shrubs and perennials. Around every corner is another sculpture or small water feature. Award winning artist Cheryl Sims has used this 2acre garden to explore her creativity bringing life into her art. The garden includes; a small gallery-studio, boutique nursery and Devonshire Teas.
Open Friday-Saturday 10am-5pm, other times by appointment.
The Australian Axeman’s Hall of Fame is located at Bell’s Parade in Latrobe, and is home to where the very first World Woodchopping Championship was staged in 1891. Recently refurbished, the Australian Axeman’s Hall of Fame is Australia’s only national museum dedicated to this fascinating sport. Come in and meet the Legends and inductees of the Hall of Fame and be amazed by these colourful characters and their incredible stories.Phone: 03 6426 4444
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Axeman’s EmporiumBells Parade, Latrobe
A fun day for the whole family! Makers Market is open several days a week, including classes on the weekdays and a full market on Sundays. The market has buskers and painters, and features amazing handcrafted goods such as paper tole, knitted garments, woodcraft, jewellery, and more.
Open Tuesday to Saturday 11am-3pm, Sunday 9am-3pm
Bells Parade and Pig IslandBells Parade, Latrobe
Picturesque Bell’s Parade is situated on the Latrobe inlet of the Mersey River. It is named after Robert Bell, who with his half brother Henry Bentinck constructed a wharf and a store on the site in 1855.
From the 1880s it was the main port on the river, becoming northern Tasmania’s second major trading port for a period.
Old English trees on the Parade add visual splendour to the tranquillity and the barbecue facilities make it an ideal location for a picnic. It is also a popular spot during the warmer months for wedding ceremonies and photo opportunities.
Pig Island lies adjacent to Bells Parade and is a wonderful location to view platypus and the regions water based wildlife.Phone: 03 6426 4444
Beverley Skurulis Gallery41A Gilbert Street, Latrobe
Beverley Skurulis is a highly recognised Australian artist who for 30 years lived and painted the Pilbara & Kimberley outback.Phone: 0407 581 796
Carolyn Mclennan HairdressingShop 2 /135 Gilbert Street, Latrobe
Carolyn Mclennan Hairdressing provide a friendly atmosphere with experienced staff. As well as hairdressing services they also stock a range of gifts clothing and Delorenzo products.Phone: 0417 386 191
Fonz’s Woodcraft Gallery354 Mersey Main Road, Spreyton
Specialising in Huon Pine Products – the aroma of the Huon Pine almost enough itself to draw you into this amazing timber gallery.Phone: 03 6427 2286
Halcyon Wellness & Gifts164 Gilbert Street, Latrobe
A combination wellness and gifts retail outlet with a holistic wellness centre, offering a range of therapeutic and relaxation treatments.
Whether you need some time out to relax; to address those niggling health problems or find some beautiful ethically sourced gifts, the team at Halcyon can help you on find your path to vitality.Phone: 0476 168 622
Henry Somerset Orchid Conservation Reserve3001 Railton Rd, Latrobe
The Henry Somerset Orchid Conservation Reserve is home to over 50 species of orchids, many listed as endangered or rare and some endemic to Tasmania and the local area. The orchids are best seen during the flowering season from October to December, though some flower outside this period and others do not flower every year. The orchids can be difficult to find as they range is size from 60cm to 2cm. This area is a gazetted Conservation area owned by North Forests and partly managed by the Parks and Wildlife Service.
Breakfast in a chocolate factory anyone? Enjoy Belgian-style breakfast with fresh coffee or hot chocolate. Morning/afternoon tea and lunch available. Factory viewings and free chocolate tastings. Open 7am-5pm seven days a week.Phone: 03 6426 2958
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Kart Magic Entertainment CentreSpeedway Road, Latrobe
Latrobe is a fitting setting for our state of the art go-karting track – Kart Magic. Come and soak up the atmosphere for a great racing experience. The purpose-built racing circuit has pit lane, fast sweepers tight hairpins and much more. Kart Magic simply = fun for everyone! Open to all from 3 years of age and above. Enquire about our Tandem Cart.Phone: 0408 344 653
Latrobe Village MarketGilbert Street, Latrobe
Come one, come all! The Latrobe Village Market is a community street market that takes place each Sunday from 7.00am until 2.00pm in the main street of Latrobe. You can browse through up to 40 stalls filled with a variety of goods, including clothing, antiques, books, toys and jewellery. Fresh produce is also available – it’s a great chance to support and mingle with the local community.Website: latrobevillagemarket.com.au
Pots of loveShop 2/131 Gilbert Street, Latrobe
The store stocks indoor plants, handmade and designer planters, unique pots and also specialises in plant care. With new stock arriving weekly, you can be guaranteed that there is something here for everyone.Phone: 0455 595 548
Reliquaire is a wonderland of eclectic toys, jewellery, games, soaps and candles, handbags clothing, Venetian masks, books, puppets, science and education, Tasmanian produce, homemade fudge, leadlight lamps, bronze statues, restoration supplies and antique furniture.Phone: 03 6426 2599
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Rubicon River Arts Inc21 George Street, Latrobe
Rubicon River Arts Inc located at the Latrobe Arts Hub is a place to explore, develop and share your creative skills or to simply appreciate the diversity and the quality of local artists.
Sherwood Hall (circa 1850)Bells Parade, Latrobe
Sherwood Hall is regarded as one of Australia’s most unique wooden colonial homes, built by the remarkable pioneer couple, ex-convict Thomas Johnson and his wife Dolly Dalrymple Briggs. Dolly (her nickname) was christened Dalrymple. She was one of four daughters of Woretemoeteryenner of the Trawlwoolway people from the far NE of Tasmania and of George Briggs, a sealer and straitsman.Phone: 03 6426 2888
Simon Martin Whips & Leathercraft manufacture and stock a range of leather goods.Phone: 03 6427 3946
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Something 4 Everyone146 Gilbert Street, Latrobe
Something 4 Everyone is a modern gift and Souvenir shop, offering a wide variety of products at affordable prices, including jewellery, handbags, kid’s toys, giftware, AFL Merchandise, a huge range of silk flowers some Tassie souvenirs plus much much more.
At 146 Gilbert St is where you will find the perfect gift for any budget.Phone: 0429 431 621
The Quiet ConeOffered at a range of venues, Latrobe
Offering deep relaxation with symphonic gongs and Himalayan bowls. Public and private sessions available.
Everything around us is frequency and vibration. Sound therapy utilises instruments with a particular type of vibration, like symphonic gongs, Tibetan healing bowls and crystal bowls to restore the natural frequency flow to the body. Many studies have now been done on the effects of sound vibration on a cellular level, and all show that it can help to restore balance and integrity on a cellular and systemic level.
Symphonic gongs also have the ability to stimulate theta and gamma brain waves which allow for the processing of subconscious emotions, reduction of stress hormones, increase ‘feel good’ chemicals in the body like serotonin and are associated with deep states of meditation.
During our Gong Relaxation Sessions, you will be invited to make yourself comfortable lying down, and then will be fully immersed into the sound of the symphonic gongs. Most people find themselves in a deep state of relaxation and occasionally experience some strange physical sensations and blockages are shifted from the body.
Our sessions are held around the NW Coast of Tasmania and we are also available for private sessions, work or school groups etc. Please see below for available dates and events.Phone: 0466 650 797
Warrawee Forest Reserve – “Platypus Capital of the World”At the end of Shale Road, Latrobe
Right on the banks of the Mersey River, this is the best place in the Latrobe area to see platypus in their natural environment – late afternoon, dusk and first light are ideal visiting times to catch a glimpse. The track along the river offers a serene and magical walking experience, or if you’re up for an adrenaline rush, check out the mountain bike routes throughout the reserve.
Wattle Hill Olives5 Elliston Drive, Latrobe
Boasting over 2000 trees with Spanish and French varieties, Wattle Hill Olives produces award-winning Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Irresistible balsamic olive oil salad dressing and dipping sauces are also available.Phone: 03 6426 2556
WORLD-CLASS MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAIL NETWORK IN THE NORTH WEST OF TASMANIA
Over 98 kilometres of mixed-landscape riding that is perfect for multi-day exploring across 3 locations. There are three interconnected trail networks in Latrobe, Railton and Sheffield.
The Wild Mersey is home to a range of unique activities for all types of adventurers. Whether you are planning to bring the whole family or looking for some alone time, there are many locations to be explored and experiences to be had.Website: https://ridewildmersey.com.au/category/latrobe/
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You Deserve It and Slimey52a Gilbert Street, Latrobe
Latrobe’s very own Lolly Shop – lollies to suit everyone’s taste buds and budgets. Valhalla Ice Cream and amazing milkshakes and thickshakes