Launceston and North
The Evandale market is a popular country market in historic Evandale in Tasmania's North. Come and be a part of one of Tasmania's favourite markets with over 100 stalls, including a wide range of wares from high quality crafts to bric-a-brac for every budget. There are also plenty of food stalls and children's amusements. Evandale is a lovely Georgian village with well preserved cottages, houses, churches, inns and shops. It is a great place for browsing in antique galleries and art and craft shops. The Launceston airport lies between Evandale and Launceston. You can also visit other historic towns nearby
Enjoy dramatic views into a deep, narrow gorge. To get there, follow the gravel road 15 kilometres beyond King Solomon Cave near Mole Creek to reach Devils Gullet, on the northern rim of the Great Western Tiers. Nearby Lake Mackenzie is the starting point for walks in the alpine country of Tasmania's Central Plateau.
This large-scale textile treasure has been created in four panels, each measuring three-and-a-half metres by four metres. Crafted by more than 300 local artists, it took 10,000 hours and 200 metres of hand-dyed silk to complete. The artists have employed a number of techniques including embroidery, cross stitch, weaving, patchwork and quilting to create Yarns. Yarns Artwork in Silk tells the story of the local area - exploring its history, landscape and culture. The display includes an audiovisual presentation which expands on the work. Deloraine and the surrounding district is one of Tasmania's most significant regional centres for art and