Woolmers Estate & Rose Garden

Point of Interest


658 Woolmers Lane, Longford, Tasmania.


Established in 1817, Woolmers is one of the best preserved colonial houses in Australia. All the furniture is original and most dates from 1850s. The 45 minute tour is the only way to see inside but you can wander around the gardens and through the farm buildings on your own. The antique cars are in the stables. The National Rose Garden is a modern addition which was planted by volunteers and opened in 2001. There are more than 5000 roses and it is one of the finest collections of historic roses in the Southern Hemisphere. Visit in spring for the intoxicating perfume. The annual rose festival is held in November. This paid point of interest offers toilets, drinking water, nice scenery and wildlife viewing. Dogs are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Lat: -41.625902 Lng: 147.147529


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