|Bothwell - Miena - Highland Lakes|
|Granton - New Norfolk - Plenty|
|Hamilton - Ouse - Gretna|
|Lake St Clair -Tarraleah - Derwent Bridge|
|Mt Field - Tyenna Valley|
|Calendar of Events|
Bothwell – Miena - Highland Lakes
The area around Bothwell and Miena is the highlands region of the Rivers Run Touring Route. Bothwell, settled in the 1820s by Scottish graziers still retains its nineteenth-century ambience. Read more...
Granton – New Norfolk – Plenty
The Derwent Valley that nestles this area has much to offer by way of accommodation, restaurants, scenery and places of interest. Read more...
Hamilton – Ouse – Gretna
Hamilton is a designated historic town, charming in nature and rich in attractions. Hamilton and its neighbouring towns, Ouse and Gretna , are service towns for a thriving pastoral district. Wool, meat, dairy, fruit and vegetables are some of the produce grown in this fertile valley. Read more...
Lake St Clair – Tarraleah – Derwent Bridge
In the high country at Derwent Bridge and Lake St Clair , you have the chance to slow down, breathe the fresh mountain air, and take in the sheer natural beauty of forests, lakes and rivers in Tasmania 's highlands. Read more...
Mt Field – Tyenna Valley
The causeway across Lake Meadowbank leads to the diverse Tyenna region, the home of the tallest hardwood trees in the world. Photograph the old shingle-roofed hop kilns on the way to Westerway – gateway to the Tyenna region. Ellendale, the view of an often snow-capped Mt Field East appears before you. Read more...