Highlander Arms is located at Tarraleah in Tasmania's central highlands and offers a cultural experience. Guests may enjoy local beers, Tasmanian wines, good service and home cooked meals whilst browsing through the gallery room currently displaying “Homage to the Highland Cow”. Enjoy “The Reading Room” with its eclectic display of Highland treasures and local history, the photography of Tasmanian Highlanders and the display of hand-crafted metalwork ‘fish art’. Gallery rooms are accessible without the need to walk through the bar area and browsing visitors are very welcome. Some exhibitions are for sale. Highlander Arms offers plenty of character and a
Rosny Farm is the cultural centre of the City of Clarence. The site has important historical roots as a fine example of an early walled farmyard containing a beautiful heritage listed sandstone barn and farm cottage. The historic Barn at Rosny Farm underwent a program of redevelopment in 2006 transforming it into a small scale visual and performing arts space. The Barn now plays host to recitals, concerts, exhibitions, lectures and workshops. The Schoolhouse Gallery is the only public gallery on the Eastern Shore of Hobart and is a venue for exhibitions of contemporary and community art, and historical displays.
Prospect Villa and Garden is at Hamilton along the Rivers Run touring route, about 60 minutes north of Hobart. You can walk in the romantic colour-blended gardens, abundantly planted in classic designs and admire the elegant early-colonial architecture of the villa with its mellow stone walls. Prospect Villa gardens demonstrate what can be created in a garden in a dry part of Australia. There are panoramic views of the surrounding valleys, rolling hills and sometimes snow-capped mountains. The live-in owners provide guided tours of the heritage-listed villa and gardens. Open daily 1000 to 1600 September to April (other times by