Backpacking Deloraine

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    EXPLORE ONE OF THE SPECTACULAR CAVES IN MOLE KARST NATIONAL PARK, SUCH AS MARAKOOPA CAVE: Photo - George Apostolidis, courtesy of Tourism Tasmania. All rights reserved
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    CHECK OUT THE GREAT VIEW FROM DEVILS GULLET: Photo - Geoffrey Lea, courtesy of Tourism Tasmania. All rights reserved
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    SEE TASMANIA'S FAVOURITE ANIMAL - THE TASMANIAN DEVIL AT TROWUNNA WILDLIFE PARK: Photo - Geoffrey Lea, courtesy of Tourism Tasmania. All rights reserved
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    DELORAINE IS A CHARMING, HISTORICALLY INTERESTING TOWN, LOCATED ON THE BANKS OF THE MEANDER RIVER: Photo - Brian Dullaghan, courtesy of Tourism Tasmania. All rights reserved
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Deloraine Highlights

  • Admire the beautifully restored Georgian and Victorian buildings that line the streets of Deloraine.

  • Visit Australia's biggest working craft fair in November. Held over four days and there are more than 200 exhibitors.

  • Explore the breathtaking Marakoopa and King Solomons Caves at Mole Creek Karst National Park, which allow you to take a deeper look into the fascinating world of 'karst' landscapes. The glow-worm display in Marakoopa Cave is the largest you'll see in any public access cave anywhere in Australia.

  • View Liffey Falls, which is regarded as one of the prettiest waterfalls in Tasmania.

  • Visit Trowunna Wildlife Park, where you can watch Tasmanian Devils being fed and see many of Australia's other favourite native animals.

  • Visit 41 Degrees South Aquaculture to experience diverse vegetation including wetland and woodland areas, view the salmon fish farm, learn about ginseng and keep an eye out for platypus.

About Deloraine

Population 2,100

Deloraine is a charming and historically interesting rural town set in the foothills of the Great Western Tiers mountain range in Tasmania's north. Deloraine's streets are lined with Georgian and Victorian buildings, many of which have been carefully restored.

The town's population swells by 30,000 around November each year when Australia's biggest working craft fair comes to town. Held over four days there are more than 200 exhibitors.

Deloraine is also in close proximity to some great attractions and sites including, 41 Degrees South Salmon Farm and Ginseng Farm, the limestone caves of Mole Creek Karst National Park, Liffey Falls State Reserve and Trowunna Wildlife Park, where you can watch Tasmanian Devils being fed.

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Great Western Tiers Visitor Information Centre

98-100 Emu Bay Road
Deloraine, Tasmania
Phone (03) 6362 5280
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