Woolmers is acknowledged as one of the most outstanding examples of 19th century rural settlements in Australia.

Rose Garden

The National Rose Garden displays the finest collections of historic roses in the southern hemisphere.


Complete a self-guided tour of the out buildings, gardens and National Rose Garden of Australia.

Woolmers Estate Open 7 days a week

Woolmers Estate is open from 9.30a.m. to 4.30p.m. daily (closed Christmas Day and Good Friday apart from our self-contained accommodation which is available all year).

10.00am, 11.15am, 12.30pm and 2.00pm tours of the main homestead are available and are priced at $20 adult, $17.00 concession, child $7, family $45.

Self-guided tours consist of the grounds, outbuildings and entry into the National Rose Garden at a cost of $14 adult and $32.00 for a family, concessions are also available.

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Woolmers Art Exhibition 2014

A warm invitation is extended to our members and their guests to attend the official opening cocktail party at Woolmers Cottage.

Saturday 25th October from 6pm - 8.30pm.

A selection of art will be auctioned on the night and tickets are available from Woolmers Estate at $25.00 each.

RSVP essential for catering and refreshments. PH 6391 2230

Exhibition open to the public 10am - 4pm Sunday 26th October.


Woolmers Spring Antique Fair November 7-9

We are excited to announce a new addition to the Woolmers events calendar: the "Woolmers Spring Antique Fair".

This long weekend, popular event will be held in the beautiful, "Woolmers Cottage" where the splendor of the Cottage’s architecture will complement the fine art and antiques. There will be a representation of leading Tasmanian and mainland dealers participating.

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Woolmers AGM

A warm invitation is extended to our members and their guests to join us for the Foundation’s 2014 Annual General Meeting which is being held on Sunday October 12th 2014, 10.30am start in the Servant’s Kitchen Restaurant


Festival of Roses 2014

The Festival of Roses will be held on Sunday 16th November 2014

9.00 am to 4.00 pm - Entry $5 adults / children under 16 free

At this year's Festival of Roses there will be a variety of over 60 stalls including food such as authentic Spanish paella, rabbit pies, sausage sizzles, crepes and pastries, Devonshire teas and picnic lunches, plus Lunch in the Servant's Kitchen also available. There will a selection of wines from local vineyards plus a cider stall.  Plant nurseries, craft and jewellery, gardening books, and activities including wool classing displays, whip cracking, chainsaw art, vintage farm machinery, horse-drawn carriages, children's activities and music with the West Tamar Band, Tassie Drum Circle, Rag Doll Buskers and Don Ives. Also demonstrations of Zumba, Tai Chi and belly dancing.

This open day offers an opportunity to walk around the grounds and gardens, as well as celebrate the blooming of over 5,000 roses in the National Rose Garden.


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World Heritage

Woolmers Estate is a World Heritage Listed Convict Site.

The Australain Convict Sites consists of a series of 11 sites that, in combination, express the key aspects of the Australian convict experience that are of outstanding universal value from the point of view of global history.

The sites are:

- Old Government House & Domain, Parramatta New South Wales

- Hyde Park Barracks, New South Wales

- Great North Road Complex, New South Wales

- Darlington Probation Station, Maria Island National Park, Tasmania

- Port Arthur Historic Site, Tasmania

- Coal Mines Historic Site, Tasmania

- Cascades Female Factory

- Fremantle Prison, Western Australia

- Kingston and Arthur`s Vale Historic Area

- Brickendon and Woolmers Estates

- Cockatoo Island Convict Site