Rosebery

Rosebery - Western Wilderness - Tasmania

Encounter one of the oldest living things on earth, the Huon Pine, on an excursion with Lake Johnson Reserve Tours in the time honoured forests surrounding the mining town of Rosebery. Located 125 kilometres south of Burnie, it is difficult not to notice the impact of mining on this town. Rosebery's mine has produced silver, lead, zinc, gold and copper making it the most wealthy mine on the west coast. Visitors looking for a mine tour have come to the right town where a scenic driving loop will give onlookers a birds eye view or join a guided tour of the underground workings at Pasminco Mine.

Montezuma Falls is an easy 10 minute drive from town, take your pick between a four-wheel-drive tour or strap on your boots for the three hour walk to Tasmania's highest waterfall. Visit in March and brush up on your Irish jig at the Rosebery Miners, Axemen, Bush and Blarney Festival. Board the Wee Georgie Wood Steam Train or the Arcadia II for the Pieman River Cruise.


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