Dulverton Park is a self-contained peaceful country escape just out of Oatlands in Tasmania's Midlands. Dulverton Park is a family friendly, modern four-bedroom home that can sleep nine people. The main bedroom has queen bed with a spa ensuite, bedroom number two a bunk bed - double on the bottom single on top, bedroom number three a double bed and bedroom four two single beds.
The house features a fully self contained kitchen, LCD television with DVD player and complimentary DVDs to watch in the lounge area in front of a wood heater fire for the wintry nights. As the accommodation is located just out of Oatlands, it is ideal for the privacy and quietness.
Oatlands is a central location for accessing Hobart, Launceston and Tasmania's East Coast. It is also a close drive to the highlands and lakes area making it a great base for trout fishing. The township of Oatlands has some great places to dine in as well as local antique shops, second hand shops, and a candy store.
Oatlands is a one-hour drive (80 km) north of Hobart.
Oatlands Lodge Colonial Accommodation (c.1834) offers ensuite rooms in a classic Georgian two-story convict built sandstone house with large cooked breakfasts served in an elegant dining room. There are five ensuite rooms including a family suite accommodating up to four persons.
Oatlands is a uniquely beautiful historic town on the Heritage Highway in Tasmania's Midlands, about a one-hour drive from Hobart and similar from Launceston.
The historic atmosphere of this National Trust classified building is enhanced by the fine colonial style furnishings and the guest lounge has a welcoming wood fire.
Oatlands Lodge is ideally situated as a base for touring central Tasmania and the Midlands. The Lodge is within strolling distance of other fine Georgian buildings, hotels, cafes, shops and attractions including the famous Callington Mill. Numerous clear lakes and streams of the wild Central Plateau are simple a short drive away....
Blossoms Cottage is a small self contained cottage which only caters for a double. The kitchenette is equipped with sink, fridge, electric kettle, toaster, microwave, egg cooker, tae & coffee provisions. For Breakfast they offer a breakfast basket. This cottage is very relaxing. Sitting area has 2 very comfy chairs, table and wall mounted flat screen TV with remote control while laying back in the double bed....
Oatlands Retreat offers affordable self-contained, modern and quaint accommodation in Oatlands, in Tasmania's South. Oatlands Retreat is located in the main street within walking distance to all town attractions. We are pet and family friendly. Oatlands Retreat offers two bedrooms, a large bathroom, kitchen, a lounge/dining area and a lovely stone courtyard garden. Eight people are accommodated with two double beds, bunk beds and a sofa bed. Full breakfast provisions are included so you can cook yourself bacon and eggs for a country breakfast. There is a Laundromat at the front on-site, and safe two car parking facilities within high gates and fences. Oatlands boasts a large collection of colonial sandstone buildings in a village environment, many of which are now businesses such as antiques, candy stores, bakeries, craft, hotels, pancake parlour, restaurants and cafes. Watch flour being milled at the third oldest mill in Australia, "Callington Mill". Developed as a military base for managing convicts between Hobart and Launceston, much of Oatlands was built by convict labour. For periodic specials and seniors discounts, please contact us for the latest offers. Oatlands is a one-hour-and-nine-minute drive (83 kilometres) north-east of Hobart...
Oatlands Manor offers fully self contained heritage cottage accommodation in a rural setting five km west of Oatlands. Established in 1854 and is registered with the Heritage Council and the National Trust.
You will enjoy beautiful rural views from every window of the cottage, you could sit relax and read a good book watching the sheep graze in the paddocks or use it as a home base to explore this part of Tassie
Oatlands has the largest collection of sandstone buildings in a village setting in Australia.
The town's authentic colonial character is reflected in 87 original sandstone buildings along the town's main street.
Some of the more significant buildings include the Oatlands Gaol (1835) which offer evening ghost walks for the brave, Commissariat's Store and Watch House (1830s) and Officers' Quarters (1830s). The Callington Mill (1837) is the only working example of a Lincolnshire windmill in Australia....
Forget-me-not Cottage offers self-contained, colonial accommodation at Oatlands in the Tasmanian Midlands. Oatlands is an hour's drive north of Hobart (84km) and one-and-a-half hours from Launceston (117km).
Converted from sandstone stables built in 1838, Forget-me-not Cottage is furnished in colonial style with antiques, warm timbers and a stained glass cathedral window. The property sleeps up to four guests, with one double bed on a mezzanine floor and a ground floor twin room. There is a country-style kitchen with basic cooking facilities and breakfast provisions are supplied. Guests can enjoy complimentary port and sherry and ground coffee. The Cottage has a pot-bellied stove and underfloor heating and there is a television and CD player in the living area. There is a claw-foot bath with shower in the bathroom and the Cottage also has laundry facilities.
Oatlands was established as a military garrison in 1827, and is a classified historic town. Here you can explore the largest collection of sandstone buildings in a village in Australia. Browse through the town's antique shops and galleries, relax in a local tearoom or take a guided historic walk....
A rare opportunity to experience colonial living in this spacious stone cottage, many decades ago a staging post on what was then a long and tortuous journey between Hobart and Launceston. There is a woodstore in the cellar, so you can stoke up a roaring fire in the stove while you prepare a cosy family dinner enhanced by the complimentary port, sherry and plunger coffee.
This is just one of many National Trust buildings in Oatlands, which is the perfect centre from which to explore the historic midlands: beautiful Ross and its famous bridge, the lakes for a days fishing, Bothwell for a days golf, the winding country roads through Tunnack and Buckland to the Wielangta Forest and, of course, there's Oatlands itself, packed with charm and history.
And at the end of each day, much less exhausted than the travellers of old, you'll return gladly to the cosy warmth of Amelia Cottage.
Although Amelia Cottage appears to be a small colonial cottage, it can accommodate up to nine people as there are five bedrooms in the attics, in addition to a double bedroom on the ground floor.
The cottage is exclusively yours so can be one booking only.
Lakeview Cottage offers self-contained, heritage accommodation at Oatlands, in the Tasmanian Midlands. Oatlands is a one-hour drive north of Hobart (84 km) and a one-hour-and-twenty-minute drive south of Launceston (117 km).
Built in 1827, Lakeview's original sandstone cottage has been fully restored and refurbished. The property can accommodate up to ten guests and features a wood fire, underfloor and gas heating and electric heating in each of the bedrooms. Lakeview Cottage also has a fully-equipped, modern kitchen and laundry, a bathroom with a luxurious bath and new beds and linen.
You can explore the Lakeview property's historic buildings including the stables, barn and shearing shed - which once housed a family of ten in the loft. Dry stone walls and a convict-built stone well add to the rustic charm.
Oatlands has one of the finest concentrations of Georgian architecture in Australia. You can stroll through the village to see heritage-listed buildings including the Callington Mill and the convict-built courthouse and gaol. Browse through the craft shops, relax in a local tearoom or take a ghost tour after dark.
Photography, home made cakes, wooden boxes, hand made cards, goats milk soap, butterflies and glass painting, bric-a-brac, knick-knacks, craft.
Held on the first Sunday of each month at the Oatlands Community Hall, 9am-1pm...
Quality Tasmanian hand goods with a focus on handmade, home grown and home baked.
Held on the second Saturday, bi-monthly, on the odd months.
2016 -10 September, 12 November,
2017 - 14 January, 11 March, 13 May, 8 July
An undercover market, dry in the wet weather, shady in the hot weather.
Market operates from 9am - 4pm....
Oatlands is an historic town with the largest collection of colonial sandstone buildings in Australia, many of which were convict built.
Its intact Georgian townscape offers a complete representation of the architecture, urban design and the cultural heritage of early European settlement. The Midland Highway bypasses the town these days, but it's worth taking the short detour to spend some time in Oatlands.
The most noticeable silhouette on the Oatlands skyline and visible from the highway is the Callington Mill. Built in 1837, this Lincolnshire tower mill is the only operating mill of its type in the Southern Hemisphere.
Other buildings of interest include the Supreme Court House (1829), St Peters Church (1888), St Pauls Pugin Church (1850), Uniting Church (opened 1856), and the Oatlands Gaol and Gaoler's Residence (1834 and 1836).
Oatlands is a 1-hr drive (80 km) north of Hobart. ...
The Heritage Post Office ( circa 1835) offers hosted Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the historic Central Midlands town of Oatlands. It is directly opposite the towering Callington Mill in the busy tourist precinct of the town. The Georgian sandstone building was constructed by convict labour and is seeped in history.
The accommodation caters for one couple in a double bedroom with private bathroom and access to a shared lounge and dining area. A continental breakfast is included in the tarriff and can be enjoyed on the deck overlooking the gardens.
While staying in Oatlands, guests can photograph historic buildings, follow the convict trail and take a stroll around beautiful Lake Dulverton.
The Heritage Post Office is less than an hour's drive from Hobart along the Midlands Highway and is centrally located for your travels in Tasmania....