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Attractions close to Bridport


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116 Westwood


Comfortable accommodation for up to 8 Guests, located in Bridport, Tasmania,

just 5 Minutes from Barnbougle Dunes Links Golf
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Hollybank Treetops Adventure

Visitors glide across the treetops in this unique forest canopy tour. Gliding along wires, attached by harnesses, thrill seekers are led by knowledgeable and highly trained guides through the treetops and above the Pipers River
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Barnbougle Golf


Links golf is natural golf. Where the natural contours of the land define the way you play the game.

Links golf courses do not disturb nature, but enhance it.
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Lilydale Falls


The two sets of falls, one above the other, are a short and pleasant walk through rain forest located just 5 minutes from Lilydale
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Bridestowe Lavender Farm

Established in 1921, is one of the world's largest single commercial lavender farms, producing the finest quality lavender flowers and lavender oil, used traditionally in the perfumery industry.
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Low Head Penguin Tours

Each evening as it gets dark, fairy penguins surf in from their day at sea and walk up the beach to their nests. This tour departs about an hour before sunset for Low Head.
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Forest Eco Centre

The Eco Centre is a focus for forest-based tourism and recreation activities in the North-East and acts to inspire visitors to explore and enjoy the diverse forest types of the region. Located in Scottsdale
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Pipers Brook

Pipers Brook area is approximately 45 minutes drive north-north-east of Launceston. This famous wine region contains over a dozen vineyards is is part of the Tamar Wine Route.
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Derby River Derby

The Derby has been the biggest event in the north east since 1976, when Mr. Rod Miller and Mr. Peter Price organised the still famous "King of the River Race", which consisted of two competitors in a single craft with two lilos.
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Pub in the Paddock

Paddock is one of Tasmania’s oldest country pubs. Literally sitting in the middle of a paddock in the verdant Pyengana Valley, the Pub offers hearty country meals or morning and afternoon teas along with comfortable pub accommodation.
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St Columba Falls

The Falls, which plunge 90 metres from the Mt Victoria foothills, can either be viewed from the car park or from a viewing platform at the end of an easy 15-20 minute rainforest walk.
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Ralph Falls


Ralph's Falls are about 30 Minutes from Bridport. The Link road, officially opened in April 1998, passes through some spectacular scenery that Tasmanians often take for granted.
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Leaning Church Vineyard

Located in a spectacular natural amphitheatre, owners Sarah and Mark Hirst are living their dream of sharing this stunning location while appreciating wonderful wines, Tasmania’s award-winning whiskies and the island’s fresh produce.
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Parto's Fishing Tours

Trout fishing in Tasmania is superb and the North East is no exception with many locations within 30 mins of Barnbougle Dunes, half day trips or full day trips available, learn how to fly cast also available.