REASONS TO VISIT
ANTIQUES New Norfolk is antiques central and among the drawcard businesses are The Drill Hall Emporium, (03) 6261 3651; Willow Court Antique Centre, (03) 6261 5050; and New Norfolk Antiques, (03) 6261 1636.
SALMON PONDS A historic fish hatchery for trout and salmon species with a museum and café set on lovely park-like grounds featuring ponds and towering trees. 70 Salmon Ponds Road. (03) 6261 5663; salmonponds.com.au NEW NORFOLK MARKET Every Saturday from 8am–2pm it has produce, crafts, bread and more. High Street. HISTORIC BUILDINGS St Matthews Anglican Church (1823) is the oldest church in Tasmania, while the Bush Inn on Montagu Street was built in 1815 and licensed 1825, making it the longest continually licensed hotel in the country. TYNWALD PARK A popular place for picnics and barbecues under shady trees along the river bank. 73 Hobart Road. OAST HOUSES All around the valley, the conical-roofed oast houses are reminders of New Norfolk’s rich hop growing past.