About Derwent Valley & Highlands
The Derwent Valley & Highlands
region of Tasmania is located north west of Hobart.
Known for its hop fields, opium poppy farms, orchards
and quaint country villages, the Derwent Valley
is easily accessed from Hobart. The Lyell Highway
follows the Derwent River and heads towards Tasmania's
Derwent Valley accommodation provides access to numerous things to do
in the including jet boating, fishing,
hiking and exploring museums, antique shops and
local art and crafts.
In winter Mount Field National Park
becomes a popular destination for cross-country
skiing in late winter/early spring.
The Derwent Valley is home to the
famous beautiful Liffey Falls.
Places to Visit
Fentonbury is the ideal destination for exploring
the famous Russell Falls. Located in Mount Field
National Park there is a wide variety of scenic
walks, from a short 20 minutes to a full day.
The most popular walk is the two hour circuit
walk to Russell Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Tall Trees
Circuit and Lady Barron Falls. Find Fentonbury accommodation and read more.
Maydena is ideally located near World Heritage
listed National Parks including Mount Field, The
Styx Valley and the Florintine River. Find Maydena accommodation and read more.
Wilburville is the fly-fisherman's paradise. There
are numerous local lakes to choose from for still
water fly-fishing. Find Wilburville accommodation and read more.
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