From the estuary with the distinctive Old Iron Pot Lighthouse and busy recreational and shipping traffic, to the peaceful and ... More
From the estuary with the distinctive Old Iron Pot Lighthouse and busy recreational and shipping traffic, to the peaceful and picturesque waters further north, this river is an intrinsic part of the city and the lifeblood of the Derwent Valley. The river offers the visitor a unique way to see attractions such as Incat Catamaran Company, Cadbury Schweppes Chocolate Factory and Moorilla Vineyard . The Cruise Company offers excellent combination cruise/attraction tours. Further north there are lovely riverside picnic spots, opportunities for a gentle introduction to white water rafting and along the river's length the fishing is excellent.
Stand on the unspoiled Long Beach and see all the Hobart landmarks. In winter the snow capped Mount Wellington looms
behind, while the sweeping vista encompasses the Wrest Point tower, the Tasman Bridge and the eastern shore of the ...
Originally called The Hills, the arrival of settlers from Norfolk Island in 1807 led to the renaming of this town;
New Norfolk. In the heart of the Derwent Valley, New Norfolk boasts lovely autumnal scenery, historic buildings and attractions ...
This gracious long span bridge across the Derwent River estuary was opened on August 17, 1964. It links the city
center to the eastern suburbs and all points on the north east coast. Being the only direct connection between ...