Aladdin’s Cave, 8 Talbot St, Fingal
Phone : 03 63 742 223, mobile: 0419 353 183
Avoca Museum and Information Centre, Old School Building, Avoca
The Avoca Museum and Information Centre has a Visitor centre with Fingal Valley attraction information, a museum capturing the school environment of 100 years ago plus local family stories and a Gallery exhibiting local art works. The park has a memorial to the ANZAC soldiers enlisted from the Avoca area.
For more information contact Mary 03 6385 2002, email@example.com. or Prue 03 6384 2119.
Cranks and Tinkerers Museum, Railway Station, Main St, St Marys
Showcasing railway and mining memorabilia; also old cameras, kitchenalia, gramophones, ships, planes, vintage comics and much more. Local history photographic display, and books for sale.
Open Mon – Fri, 10 am – 3 pm, or by appointment with the curator. Phone 0417 648 845, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Golden Gate Gallery, Mathinna
The Miner’s Cottage Co-operative Society operates the gallery, providing a unique outlet for Tasmanian artists to exhibit and sell their works and also offers an insight into Mathinna’s colourful history, with photographs of the gold mining boom of the late 1800s and early 1900s.
The gallery is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm.
Email : email@example.com
Gone Rustic Studio & Gallery, 37 Main St, St Marys
Gallery and studio space for handmade fibre and textile art, jewellery, quilts, wallhangings, collaged greeting cards and more. Many items are for sale, and a number of exhibitions and workshops are also held each year. Showcasing local artists and artisans.
Madd=Mudd Studio and Art Gallery, Main St, St Marys
Madd=Mudd Studio and Art Gallery is an exciting place with a variety of pieces on display, ranging from “Alya the Angel” keeping watch from on high to stained glass and jewellery items, that on a closer look you realise are made from recycled silver cutlery. Madd=Mudd Studio is an essential stop for locals and visitors alike. Classes are planned for 2014 and all who visit are made very welcome.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.truelocal.com.au/business/madd-mudd-studio/st-marys
Mt Elephant Fudge & Ice Creamery, 7 Story St, St Marys
Hand-made chocolates and fudge made on premises. Scoop ice-cream, espresso coffee, cakes, sweet treats, drinks galore, gifts and much more! Summer trading hours : Wed – Sun, 10 am – 4.30 pm. Varies in winter.
Paul’s Botanic and Scenic Walks
Enjoy a yarn, points of interest, local history, unique flora and fauna, pristine forests, breathtaking views, secluded bays.
Postal address : P O Box 123, Scamander, Tas 7215 Phone : 03 6372 5186
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.tasmaniaseastcoast.com.au/pauls-botanic-and-scenic-walks-scamander
RiverWillow Art Space, Story St, St Marys
Painting, photography, fabrics, woodwork, jewellery, weaving and much more in Gallery. Workshops in a variety of media to promote individual creativity.
Phone : 0439 759 980
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Rossarden & Storys Creek Museum, Schell St, Rossarden
The museum showcases the area’s mining heritage and the rich history of the once thriving towns of Rossarden and Storys Creek. Each area of the building has a specific theme, such as mining, sport, health, school, houses & shops. Displays include photographs, tools, football memorabilia, paperwork relating to the mine (time sheets, letters etc), and bush nursing records.
Open on request or by appointment. For further information please contact Lorraine Watson, phone 6385 2177.
The Keep at Conara, 110 Conara Rd, Conara Junction
A dedicated live-in arts workshop and gallery. It provides an immersive creative stay with the available mentorship of a widely experienced artist. Guests can be left to do their own work or can be assisted when needed by the residential artist. Public gallery visitors are welcome to explore creative practices and possibilities. There is an onsite weekend kiosk for the travelling public to enjoy while viewing artworks.
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.discovertasmania.com/attraction/thekeepatconara
Gipps Creek Deer Farm, ‘Rivendel’, Gipps Creek
Experience an alternative, self-sufficient lifestyle out in the Tasmanian bush (no power bills!). A small chalet/cabin is available for basic camping at reasonable cost. Email us for a mudmap.
Phone : 03 6385 2002
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Pings Place – 42 Main Street, St Marys
Chinese Herbal Clinic, Chinese Herbal Acupuncture on the East Coast of Tasmania
Need to fix your back pain, body aches, insomnia, headache, hayfever, woman’s health issues?
Asian groceries are also available.
See Dr Li at Ping’s Place.