The Meander River flows through the major regional town of Deloraine

Pallittorre Country


A historic town with many of its buildings dating back to
the 1830s and 1840s.

Deloraine is located on the Meander River 228km north of Hobart, and 48km west of Launceston. It is Tasmania's largest inland town. It is the gateway to the Mole Creek Karst National Park. While not attracting tourists in the same numbers as Ross or Richmond it has been classified by the National Trust as a town of historical significance.

Deloraine has many forms of accommodation, hotels, apartments, cottages, guesthouses and bed & breakfasts. There are also camping grounds, caravan park, farm stays and eco-holidays.

Things to See & Do

Yarns Artwork in Silk

Created by more than 300 people and taking 10,000 hours to complete, Yarns is a 200 metre reflection of the Great Western Tiers of Tasmania - Emu Bay Road

Jahadi Tours

Half and Full Day Tours of Deloraine and significant Aboriginal sites - maximum of 8 people on each tour

Jahadi Art Gallery

Aboriginal Art - Mole Creek Road

Deloraine Folk Museum

Emu Bay Road


Gallery 9 on West Barrack St, Artifakt on Emu Bay Road and Bowerbank Mill on the Bass Highway

Deloraine Markets

1st Sat each month - at show grounds on Lake highway

Grand National Steeplechase


Tasmanian Craft Fair

Largest working craft fair in Australia - November

Tasmanian Trout Fishing Competition


Liffey Falls State Reserve

Waterfalls, rainforest, sassafras, myrtle and leatherwood 45 min return nature walk


Tiny town of antique shops

Ashgrove Farm Cheeses

English-style cheeses - Elizabeth Town

Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm

10 km north west

Lobster Falls

2 hour return walk

Quamby Bluff

6 hour return walking trail to summit

Meander Falls

5-6 hour return walk - 25 kms south west of the town


Trout fishing in Meander and Mersey Rivers

Scenic Drive

Through central highlands via Golden Valley to Great Lake

Mole Creek Karst National Park

Limestone caves, stalagmites, subterranean streams, glow worms, caverns - see King Solomon's and Marakoopa caves - guided tours

The Big Coffee Pot

4km out on Deloraine-Chudleigh Road

Trowunna Wildlife Park

18 km on Mole Creek Road with noctarium and wildlife

Train World

Mole Creek

Wildlife park and Koala Village

located between Chudleigh and Mole Creek

How To Get There

Via road - Deloraine is about 30 minutes from Launceston or Devonport

Tourist Information

Great Western Tiers Tourist Centre
98 Emu Bay Rd
Deloraine TAS 7304
Telephone: (03) 6362 3471

Deloraine Map   






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