Woolmers Estate and the National Trust present their first combined Costume Exhibition "200 Years of Fashion" to be held at Woolmers Cottage, Woolmers Estate from 13th-31st May 2017.
The exhibition will be open daily from 11am-3pm.
Admission is $10/person, payable at the door.
In celebration of the bicentenary of Woolmers Estate, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) will present a small display of material relating to William Archer titled, William Archer of Woolmers: architect, naturalist and landowner.
This exhibit will be on display within TMAG's permanent exhibition, Our changing land: Creating Tasmania, Bond Store. Level 1 from 20th May - 10th November 2017.
TMAG is open Tuesday - Sunday 10.00am - 4.00pm.
For further information, please visit www.tmag.tas.gov.au
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** Makers Market Update **
The exciting Tasmanian Artist Matthew Garwood, the Tattooed Tenor will be a special guest at the Makers Market from 1.00pm - 3.00pm.
There will be face painting, massages, antiques, plenty of food ... Enjoy a picnic, listen to music and much much more .. Sunday 19 March @ Woolmers Estate
We have over 40 stalls booked. Ranging from arts & crafts, jewellery, antiques, doggy treats, local produce, wine, various food stalls and face painting.
Look forward to seeing you on the day. Tell your friends & family.
Come and support the local community and enjoy lunch.
Sunday 19 March (12:00 to 6:00 pm)
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This event is Woolmers Estates first makers market.
Guests will have a chance to wander the grounds*, enjoy a picnic, sample food, wine and local produce. There will also be handmade crafts and bric-a-brac from Tasmanian regions.
*Fees apply for Guided Tours
We hope you can join us.
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DLM Machinery proudly presents Tasmania’s country rock sensation The Wolfe Brothers live on stage at historic Woolmers Estate on Saturday December 3.
In what promises to be a fun and entertaining night of music under the stars, The Wolfe Brothers will be supported by Tasmania’s very own Tattooed tenor Matthew Garwood and the State’s ultimate party band The Unit.
Gates open at 4pm with the support acts starting at around 6pm, while the Wolfe Brothers will be on stage at around 8pm.
You are more than welcome to bring your own rugs or fold up chairs but no glass or BYO alcohol is allowed.
Food and drink stalls will be onsite:
- Avafew Crepes & Pancakes
- Casa Paella
- Cheesecake Baculo
- Dave’s Takeaway
- I Serve Icecream
- Scrumptious Thai
- Sheffield Berries
- Tassie Sweet & Savoury Stix
- Brady’s Lookout Cider
- Native Point Wines
- Van Dieman Brewing
- Roasted Coffee House
- Doppio's Fine Coffee
The event is a RSA approved event and security will be on site during the night, and all bags etc will be checked on entry to the venue.
Tickets start from just $40 for general admission, very limited seating tickets cost $50 while VIP tickets which includes a pre event function on site at Woolmers Estate, a meet and greet and photo with the Wolfe Brothers band members.
Tickets are selling fast for this inaugural fundraising concert for the historic Woolmers Estate and can only be purchased at www.launcestontickets.com.au. There will be door sales on the day (cash and eftpos available).
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The Woolmers Estate 2016 Festival Of Roses is set to be another amazing event filled with over five-thousand roses and a variety of stalls, activities and entertainment. More details to be added here soon.