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The River Derwent is one of Tasmania’s major rivers, emptying into the sea at the regional capital – Hobart. The river can be followed by road all the way to its source in the remote Lake St. Clair area, passing through a variety of scenic landscapes on the way. From farmland to rolling hills and up into the rugged interior of the island, it’s a fantastic journey with plenty of places to stop and things to do along the way.
The first major town along the road from Hobart is New Norfolk, a small picturesque town with historic buildings and traditional oast-houses used for the processing of hops for beer making. Luxury accommodation is available in the town.
Beyond New Norfolk, you’ll find the hamlets of Bushy Park, Plenty and Westerway before you arrive in the mountains. Don’t miss Mount Field National Park and its stunning waterfalls and rainforest.