Woolmers Estate is a unique and fascinating reflection of colonial life in Tasmania and is one of the most historically significant heritage properties in Australia. Today Woolmers Estate continues to display colonial life in its most genuine shape and gives an accurate depiction of Tasmanian heritage, preserved and maintained in an original and authentic setting.
For the month of July 2015, Woolmers is open from 10:00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Monday - Friday. On these days the Servants Kitchen Cafe is open from 11.00am - 2.00pm and guided tours through the main homestead are available at 11.15am, 12.30pm and 2.00pm.
WOOLMERS MINI ANTIQUE ROADSHOW - The Mini Antiques Road Show will be hosted by well-known Launceston identity, Kaye Pickett. View an interesting display of a selection of some of Woolmers’ Little Treasures and learn about their history. Enjoy a beautiful home cooked afternoon, tea served on bone china in front of the fire in the Servants Kitchen. Bring along one of your own special treasures to receive a free valuation from Kaye.
24th & 25th July 2015 - $25.00 per person
To book, phone: 6391 2230 or email email@example.com
For the month of August 2015, Woolmers is open from 10.00am - 3.00pm Monday - Friday for self guided tours only. The Cafe and Homestead tours are not available for the month of August. Group bookings are available on request.
Our self-contained accommodation is available all year.
Tours of the homestead and outbuildings are priced at $20 adult, child $7, family $45. Self-guided tours consist of the grounds, outbuildings and entry into the Rose Garden at a cost of $14 adult and $32.00 for a family, concessions are also available.
Discover the numerous events that have taken place over nearly 200 years including the construction of the estate buildings and the history of the Archer legacy in Tasmania from the early 1800s.
We have taken six of our historic cottages and turned them into 3 ½ star quality accommodation while keeping the authentic feel of the 1840s convict era. Stay in the unique self contained colonial accommodation.
Woolmers shares convict heritage with several other Tasmanian World Heritage Sites. Discover more about this amazing heritage.