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The Woodfired Pottery is a potter’s studio in Glen Huon, in Tasmania’s Huon Valley. Glen Huon is a five-minute drive west of Huonville, and 40 minutes south of Hobart (58 kilometres). The Woodfired Pottery studio and workshop is located in a converted early-20th century barn, surrounded by gardens and farmland. The potter, John Martin, designs and hand-makes a range of pottery pieces and demonstrates traditional pottery making and firing techniques for visitors. Each piece is finished with natural glazes reflecting the colours of the surrounding environment, and the flame and ash generated in the wood firing process creates a distinctive
Experience clean, fine Channel produce cooked in a way that is simple and satisfying; fresh Tinderbox rabbit braised with bacon and Huon Valley Honey Brown mushrooms. Sample regional wines such as Nandroya's smooth, full-bodied Pinot Noir. Walk around our half hectare French potager garden that supplies our restaurant with luscious fruit, herbs and vegetables. Allow your children to play in the specially provided playground. Experience the chance to see the platypus in our shallow river. Relax in our warm restaurant café where the staff are friendly and the view is tranquil. Experience Tasmania in this neck of the woods...., visit
Southern Wilderness Eco Adventure Tours specialise in small group adventures, offering glow-worm and caving tours in Tasmania’s Southwest World Heritage Area. You can experience spectacular glow-worm displays, limestone formations, temperate rainforests, bushwalking and wildlife on these day and night tours. Experienced guides/cavers will escort you through a temperate rainforest, providing commentary about the unique flora and fauna. In the cave you’ will be lead through large chambers, twisting passageways etched and sculptured over millions of years.