Highlands Tasmania Touring Map

Touring Map

The Highlands Tasmania Touring Map was launched in 2013, encompassing the entire Central Highlands Region and all the jewels in its crown.

It specifically promotes two iconic destinations in the west of the region – Lake St Clair, the deepest freshwater lake in Australia, and The Wall in the Wilderness, a living icon, depicting the evolution of the region is expertly carved Huon pine timber.


Download a PDF of the Touring Map (large version)

Recent Tourism News

Another Successful Year at Agfest

Council’s Information marquee at Agfest was a great success. This was the third year we have had a site at this event. We had many ratepayers who called in to just say hello, and others who had minor queries connected to their residences, particularly those who have holiday homes in our area. We have around […]

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New Visitor Amenities at Derwent Bridge

A new Visitor Amenities area is currently being constructed at Derwent Bridge encompassing toilet facilities, information bay, parking, picnic tables and a barbeque. The information bay will provide tourism information encouraging visitors to spend more time in Lake St Clair and the greater Western Region. The project is being funded by a State Government Grant […]

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Ratho Farm opens its doors

Ratho Farm home to Australia’s oldest golf course will be soft opening some if its accommodation & homestead hospitality over the coming weeks. Ratho Farm is looking forward to working with the local community & service providers to deliver a world class hospitality & heritage experience in the scenic setting of the Central Highlands. The […]

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Highlands Bushfest

Highlands Bushfest A Success The inaugural Highlands Bushfest was held on the 15th and 16th November, 2014 at the Bothwell Recreation Ground with the theme of showcasing the recreational activities in the Highlands – fishing, camping, hunting and four wheel driving. Although the Huon Show, Scottsdale Show, Beerfest, Christmas Parade and Point to Pinnacle were […]

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